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Feng Shui

What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui, a Chinese term meaning “Wind and Water” has been practiced for over three thousand years in China. Feng Shui is based on the premise that people experience happier, healthier, more prosperous lives when their home and work environments are harmonious. It has it’s basis in the I’ Ching, the Book of Change. The basic assumption put forth by the I’ Ching is that change (action) is not an isolated phenomenon but, in fact, affects every other facet of existence synchronistically.

In ancient China and in many Eastern sections of the world, great care is taken in the placement of buildings. In the West, buildings were placed most often with little care to placement and direction. When we begin practices of Feng Shui in Western Culture, we usually start with a structure that already exists. The healthy flow of Ch’i (energy) is always crucial. What you will learn are the means to balance the pathways of Ch’i in your individual homes and offices to achieve the desired result - health, prosperity and happiness. A homes or office space that has Ch’i depleting qualities can drain the resources of those who live and work there. Ch’i enriched environments attract opportunities and all kinds of benefits. Balancing and enhancing the environment where you live and work is one of the best ways to energize and manifest your goals, hopes and dreams.

A comment from W. Dillard, Euless, Texas

“Since nothing happens by co-coincidence, I believe the following year will be much better for me. Ever since you introduced me to Feng Shui our household has changed dramatically...Georgie, I can’t thank you enough for the positive effect you have had on my life, as well as the ripple effect, and I thank you for following your heart to share with me the valuable things you have shared.”

 
 

Feng Shui

What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui, a Chinese term meaning “Wind and Water” has been practiced for over three thousand years in China. Feng Shui is based on the premise that people experience happier, healthier, more prosperous lives when their home and work environments are harmonious. It has it’s basis in the I’ Ching, the Book of Change. The basic assumption put forth by the I’ Ching is that change (action) is not an isolated phenomenon but, in fact, affects every other facet of existence synchronistically.

In ancient China and in many Eastern sections of the world, great care is taken in the placement of buildings. In the West, buildings were placed most often with little care to placement and direction. When we begin practices of Feng Shui in Western Culture, we usually start with a structure that already exists. The healthy flow of Ch’i (energy) is always crucial. What you will learn are the means to balance the pathways of Ch’i in your individual homes and offices to achieve the desired result - health, prosperity and happiness. A homes or office space that has Ch’i depleting qualities can drain the resources of those who live and work there. Ch’i enriched environments attract opportunities and all kinds of benefits. Balancing and enhancing the environment where you live and work is one of the best ways to energize and manifest your goals, hopes and dreams.

A comment from W. Dillard, Euless, Texas

“Since nothing happens by co-coincidence, I believe the following year will be much better for me. Ever since you introduced me to Feng Shui our household has changed dramatically...Georgie, I can’t thank you enough for the positive effect you have had on my life, as well as the ripple effect, and I thank you for following your heart to share with me the valuable things you have shared.”

 
 

Feng Shui

What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui, a Chinese term meaning “Wind and Water” has been practiced for over three thousand years in China. Feng Shui is based on the premise that people experience happier, healthier, more prosperous lives when their home and work environments are harmonious. It has it’s basis in the I’ Ching, the Book of Change. The basic assumption put forth by the I’ Ching is that change (action) is not an isolated phenomenon but, in fact, affects every other facet of existence synchronistically.

In ancient China and in many Eastern sections of the world, great care is taken in the placement of buildings. In the West, buildings were placed most often with little care to placement and direction. When we begin practices of Feng Shui in Western Culture, we usually start with a structure that already exists. The healthy flow of Ch’i (energy) is always crucial. What you will learn are the means to balance the pathways of Ch’i in your individual homes and offices to achieve the desired result - health, prosperity and happiness. A homes or office space that has Ch’i depleting qualities can drain the resources of those who live and work there. Ch’i enriched environments attract opportunities and all kinds of benefits. Balancing and enhancing the environment where you live and work is one of the best ways to energize and manifest your goals, hopes and dreams.

A comment from W. Dillard, Euless, Texas

“Since nothing happens by co-coincidence, I believe the following year will be much better for me. Ever since you introduced me to Feng Shui our household has changed dramatically...Georgie, I can’t thank you enough for the positive effect you have had on my life, as well as the ripple effect, and I thank you for following your heart to share with me the valuable things you have shared.”

 
 

Feng Shui

What is Feng Shui? Feng Shui, a Chinese term meaning “Wind and Water” has been practiced for over three thousand years in China. Feng Shui is based on the premise that people experience happier, healthier, more prosperous lives when their home and work environments are harmonious. It has it’s basis in the I’ Ching, the Book of Change. The basic assumption put forth by the I’ Ching is that change (action) is not an isolated phenomenon but, in fact, affects every other facet of existence synchronistically.

In ancient China and in many Eastern sections of the world, great care is taken in the placement of buildings. In the West, buildings were placed most often with little care to placement and direction. When we begin practices of Feng Shui in Western Culture, we usually start with a structure that already exists. The healthy flow of Ch’i (energy) is always crucial. What you will learn are the means to balance the pathways of Ch’i in your individual homes and offices to achieve the desired result - health, prosperity and happiness. A homes or office space that has Ch’i depleting qualities can drain the resources of those who live and work there. Ch’i enriched environments attract opportunities and all kinds of benefits. Balancing and enhancing the environment where you live and work is one of the best ways to energize and manifest your goals, hopes and dreams.

A comment from W. Dillard, Euless, Texas

“Since nothing happens by co-coincidence, I believe the following year will be much better for me. Ever since you introduced me to Feng Shui our household has changed dramatically...Georgie, I can’t thank you enough for the positive effect you have had on my life, as well as the ripple effect, and I thank you for following your heart to share with me the valuable things you have shared.”

 
 
 
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