Monday, November 19, 2012

Schools of Feng Shui

Landform and compass Method Feng Shui

Landform and compass Method Feng Shui reads the lay of the land and notes the contour, climate, shape and other factors to determine the best locations for living and working. For example, living with a mountain at your back and with your house facing south was recognized over the centuries as a safer living positional because, The mountain helps the residents on at least three levels: The mountain give protection from warring bands of infidels swooping down upon them, and provides a strong psychological feeling of support and stability - this continuous influence helps the family's fortune grow over time, finally the mountain can work as a protective barrier against the storms and cold. The Landform Method was easier to apply in the countryside, but today, many of its observations are still highly useful for city living.

Compass Method Feng Shui studies the directions (east, west, north, south) your front door faces and compares this direction with your personal life directions, which are calculated from the time and date of your birth. Both simple and complex formulas exist to determine your personal directions. Other areas of the house that are aligned to positive directions include the bed, the stove, the desk, and the back door. The Compass Method says that directions and timing are the two of the most critical factors that affect your Feng Shui.  

Grandmaster Lin Yun's Feng Shui

Grandmaster Lin Yun's Feng Shui is an easy-to-grasp form of Feng shui, Highly practical and effective, Focused on creating beneficial results quickly with the least expenditure of time and money.

Traditional Feng shui employs a physical compass to diagnose the key directions of the home and relate them to the residents through astrological calculations. Grandmaster Lin Yun's Feng Shui, while acknowledging the validity of the traditional compass method, uses a different approach. It does not use a physical compass but instead uses a different approach. It does not use a physical compass but instead uses a mental compass called the Ba-Gua or Feng shui Octagon to read the energies of the house and the lot. Grandmaster Lin Yun's Feng Shui also emphasizes the Theory of Relative Positioning, which states that the areas of the environment that are physically closest to you most affect your energy.

Second, Grandmaster Lin Yun's Feng Shui differs from traditional Feng shui schools because it metaphorically uses intention as a sixth sense on top of the traditional five: sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste.

With this information, you hold the power to change your circumstances. No life scenario is hopeless or unworkable, you can always do something to improve your situation - if you choose.   

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