Why is it that we are immediately attracted to the magical quality of this scene? Why, because the water and mountain qi is in harmony with this enduring home, creating good Feng Shui that will last an eternity. When you have good Feng Shui you are made strong for wealth, health and dynamic relationships. Bad Feng Shui, on the other hand, is when the balance is out of whack, creating dis-ease financially, in your body and in your personal relationships.
This is why it is important and critical to know your Feng Shui.
How do we know whether the water and mountain energies are balanced in our environment?
The Flying Star School of Feng Shui is the system that a Classical Feng Shui consultant studies to determine whether the water and mountain qi, seen and unseen, are in harmony. Knowing the Flying Star configuration of the property will indicate in which direction the water and mountain qi needs to be added to the property to create the proper balance. The good news is the qi can always be effected using the water and mountain energy whether you are living in a country cottage in the middle of gentle rolling hills, or living in a high-rise building in downtown Los Angeles.
The Flying Stars in your office, business, or home are an energetic constellation which lets you know whether or not the space is strong or weak for money or people, or both.
What happens if the space is bad for one or the other, and what if that bad Feng Shui is operative for an extended length of time? Why is it that a house has been wonderfully prosperous for 20 years and then suddenly everything falls apart, for no apparent reason? Can it be modified, or remedied? The good news to all these questions is that there are very real reasons why this is so, and there are applicable solutions from knowing the Flying Star School of Feng Shui practiced my the Chinese masters.
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May you have Good Feng Shui,