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"Ideology of Feng Shui (Chinese Geomancy)"
Feng Shui is a vital and exciting component of a wisdom from ancient China (i.e. a science that goes back at least 4,000 years) to the days of emperors and mythical legends.
To the early Chinese, wind and water (feng and shui) were important matters. Gentle winds meant good harvests and healthy live-stock. Springs and rivers provide food and ensure the survival of a settlement against drought. On the other hand, harsh winds destroy crops, stagnant waters cause disease, and wild waters are a poor source for food. Wind, water, rain, fog, sun, and clouds were believed to be the energy of heaven and earth. Energy that moves is nourishing, and energy that is stagnant is destructive.
Feng Shui has survived in centuries, and is today widely practiced by Chinese businessmen in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, U.K., Canada, USA, and Australia, etc. It is a powerful testament to its efficacy and potency. In many regions of Asia, Feng Shui is regarded as a vital part of everyday life. Top executives and humble stall-keepers, tycoons and taxi drivers, both rich people and poor people believe in and practice Feng Shui.
Feng Shui is the art of living in harmony with the environment. It is also about how the environment conditions us and how we, in turn, influence our environment.
Knowing the factors that control our luck, we can enhance them with Feng Shui. But if our luck if down, Feng Shui can buffer the hard knocks and rude shocks that come our way.
The study of Feng Shui aims to find ways to make use of good influences and avoid the bad ones in our environment. Putting Feng Shui to good use in our residence or workplace will help create a harmonious, healthy and prosperous environment.
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