Feng Shui (also known as "geomancy") is an ancient Chinese art used to promote such things as health, happiness and prosperity. The words literally mean 'wind' and 'water'.

Feng Shui, also called the Chinese Art of Placement, is a technique that is thousands of years old for bringing balance to one's home, business and the land that surrounds them. It looks at many areas of one's life (health, wealth, family, relationships, career, friends, fame, children, and knowledge) to determine blockages within the home or business, that might cause some type of problem, and then at the different types of "cures" that can be used to alleviate the problem. The methods for analyzing a space and the "cures" to correct the problems can vary from esoteric cures used for centuries to very Hi-Tech solutions developed within the last few years.

When you come into a space where the feng shui has been created - you will feel the balance in all levels of your body. You will feel calm and relaxed.

The Pa Kua

One important Feng Shui formula concerns the eight main life Aspirations, corresponding to the four cardinal Directions and the four inter-cardinal Directions of the compass (Lo Pan).

Each of these Aspirations is symbolized in the octagonal shaped Pa Kua, one of the most basic Feng Shui tools, which identifies where the particular Aspirational locations lie in your home or workplace, allowing you to energize them as required.

This will stimulate positive chi (life force) flow and create good Feng Shui for you.

Kan Yu, the proper term of Feng Shui, has been used in Chinese architecture, town planning and site location for thousands of years. It is well known that a lot of constructions in the world is formed according to the principle. However, this subject remains a mystery and is not fully understood to both Chinese and international scholars. This is true of its mathematical modeling, temporal aspect and interpretation of its unique terminology that can only be found in the classical Chinese texts, which has not fully been explained in the architectural, town planning and site selection fields.