Feng shui is a theory formed from the long-standing practical experience of the ancients about natural phenomena, the environment, and living circumstances.
Feng shui is a combination of all elements such as terrain, shape, water flow, graves, topography, the layout of construction space, wind direction, and relationships between people & people.
Feng shui is strongly related to development, good fortune, destiny in all fields along with human life: health, prosperity, family & relative,…
Feng (風) means wind, is the phenomenon of air moving around us that we can feel or not
Shui (水) means water, is the force of water, water flow, water source, symbolizing terrain
The Origin of Feng Shui
Feng shui is a science of balance the elements around the living space of humans that were developed thousands of years ago in the Far East & China.
What is Feng Shui? The Meaning of Feng Shui
If the qi meets the wind (Feng) it will surely disperse, and if it encounters the water (Shui), it will be prevented from stopping, ancient people for thousands of years have always taught us to do everything to let the qi gather, not If it is the canopy, the flowing water must have a stop, which is the origin of the name “feng shui”.
Feng shui is also a method of identifying and finding prosperous locations to make a place to live, settle down, or even a rich auspicious burial place so that it can bring full happiness, good luck and prosperity. precious glory, all that is called feng shui.
Similar to other traditional science and technology in Asian regions, feng shui is obviously also based on translation, the five elements, along with the theory of yin and yang.
Contrary to popular belief, feng shui is not based on superstition and beliefs, but rather a natural science, which has undergone thousands of trials and practices.
Feng shui is the art of helping people live in harmony with nature, using nature to make life perfect. Once life is in harmony with nature, each of us will be able to do more meaningful things. In summary, feng shui is the study of the flow of energy between people and nature.
The Elements of Feng Shui
The good mean balance the elements of feng shui
The bad mean imbalance the elements of feng shui
Five Elements in Feng Shui
|Wood feeds Fire||Wood depletes Water||Wood parts (or stabilizes) Earth (roots of trees can prevent soil erosion)||Wood depletes Earth (depletion of nutrients in soil, overfarming, over-cultivation)||Wood dulls Metal|
|Fire produces Earth (ash, lava)||Water rusts Metal||Earth contains (or directs) Water (dams or river banks)||Earth obstructs Water (over-damming)||Metal de-energizes Fire (metals conduct heat away)|
|Earth bears Metal (geological processes produce minerals)||Metal impoverishes Earth (over mining or over-extraction of the earth’s minerals)||Water dampens (or regulates) Fire||Water extinguishes Fire||Fire evaporates Water|
|Metal collects Water (water vapor condenses on metal)||Earth smothers Fire||Fire melts (or refines or shapes) Metal||Fire vaporizes Metal||Water muddies (or destabilizes) Earth|
|Water nourishes Wood||Fire burns Wood (forest fires)||Metal chops (or carves) Wood||Metal overharvests Wood (deforestation)||Earth rots Wood (over piling soil on wood can rot the wood)|
Bagua – Trigram in Feng Shui
|Yin – Yang & Five Elements||(+) Metal||(-) Metal||(-) Fire||(+) Wood||(-)Wood||(+)Water||(+)Earth||(-)Earth|
Consists of the 64 pairwise permutations of trigrams
Yin – Yan & Heaven CANs – Earth CHIs in Feng Shui
10 Heaven CANs
|10 Heaven CANs||Chinese Spelling||Yin Yang & Five Elements||Year ends with|
|Giap||Jia 甲||(+) Wood||4 (eg 1994)|
|At||Yi 乙||(-) Wood||5 (eg 1995)|
|Binh||Bing 丙||(+) Fire||6 (eg 1996)|
|Dinh||Ding 丁||(-) Fire||7 (eg 1997)|
|Mau||Wu 戊||(+) Earth||8 (eg 1998)|
|Ky||Ji 己||(-) Earth||9 (eg 1999)|
|Canh||Geng 庚||(+) Metal||0 (eg 2000)|
|Tan||Xin 辛||(-) Metal||1 (eg 2001)|
|Nham||Ren 壬||(+) Water||2 (eg 2002)|
|Quy||Gui 癸||(-) Water||3 (eg 2003)|
12 Earth CHIs in Feng Shui
|12 Earth CHIs||Zodiac Signs||Yin Yang & Five Elements|
|Ty||Rat Zodiac Sign||(+)Water|
|Suu||Ox Zodiac Sign||(-) Earth|
|Dan||Tiger Zodiac Sign||(+) Wood|
|Mao||Cat Zodiac Sign||(-) Wood|
|Thin||Dragon Zodiac Sign||(+) Earth|
|Ty||Snake Zodiac Sign||(-) Fire|
|Ngo||Horse Zodiac Sign||(+) Fire|
|Mui||Goat Zodiac Sign||(-) Earth|
|Than||Monkey Zodiac Sign||(+) Metal|
|Dau||Rooster Zodiac Sign||(-) Metal|
|Tuat||Dog Zodiac Sign||(+) Earth|
|Hoi||Pig Zodiac Sign||(-) Water|