About Flying Star Feng Shui

Flying Star Feng Shui is one of the oldest earth sciences we have. Based on the principles of yin and yang, this Feng Shui is a method of mapping the energy pattern of structures. Every structure that has a foundation has an energy pattern that is mappable according to the laws of Feng Shui. This map is very accurate and can be used to pinpoint problem areas as well as very good areas. The Qi or energy pattern of your home is based on when the building was constructed and how it is geomagnetically oriented. The Qi is living just as you and I are and we can use five other living elements to enhance good areas or remedy problem areas. The five living elements that we can use are Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. These five living elements interact with the Qi and either suppress or enhance it. We are also interacting with Qi ourselves and it can support us or harm us. Qi tends to sink and so pets and children are generally the first to experience the effects of negative qi. Feng Shui literally translates as Wind Water and Flying Star is translated from Chinese and could also be called moving qi or moving energy. Qi is dispersed by wind and it’s movement is stopped by water. Qi comes from the Earth and is released and trapped when we build new buildings. With the advent of buildings with basements we gained access to more wealth as the deeper the building is rooted in the ground the more Qi (potential wealth) we have available to us. Qi is not all good however and it can cause great harm if it isn’t balanced properly. This is why any Feng Shui consultant or practitioner who tries to tell you to decorate your bedroom in red to increase romance is not practicing Flying Star Feng Shui and is potentially doing more harm than good. Feng Shui is not simple and is in fact a science and should be treated as such. Remedies will be one or more of the five elements or perhaps moving furniture around to make the best use of the Qi in the building. The best significators of imbalanced Qi are pain, either physical or mental, robberies, violent assault, fires, chronic illness, sleeplessness, marriage problems or chronic fatigue. If you are experiencing any sort of problem it is the direct result of Qi imbalance in your home, or business if you spend a great deal of time there. The most important places to assess and remedy are the places you spend most of your time such as the bedroom. Feng Shui is not faith based, it affects you whether you believe in it or not. Please feel free to ask questions, I am happy to answer them.

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