Feng Shui Process
The Feng Shui Principle
The fundamental principle behind feng shui is that the colour, shape and the physical location of each item in a space affects the flow of energy by slowing it down, redirecting it or accelerating it at a particular time it can therefore decrease the negative energy and increase the positive energy.
To better understand how a Feng Shui Master channels the positive energy, consider an engineer installing and tuning an aerial for a television.
He will position the aerial on the roof and calculate which direction to point it so that the signal is at its strongest. The signal is affected by its physical environment, hills, pylons, buildings, valleys etc.
Once the aerial is positioned he will connect it to the television and then tune the stations. Ergo he has taken action that has removed the static and given a nice sharp picture.
Similarly, the feng shui master channels energy by making changes in your environment thus "tuning in" the positive energy
The Feng Shui Effect
The Genuine Feng shui Master is capable of calculating how chi energy moves and his task is to address the energy imbalances in the environment and realign them to accept the more favorable chi which in turn improves your well being.
The graph above, which is purely for instructional purposes and not to scale, shows two lines , the lower line is your life, the upper line indicates your life and how it can be enhanced for the better if proper feng shui is applied. We would however point out that this is dependant on your date and time of birth.
What happens when you contact Tai Shan Feng Shui ?
When you first contact Tai Shan Feng Shui either by phone, e-mail or by walking into the shop, we will arrange an appointment time for a consultation .
In order to save time it is requested that you have the following details available for the consultation -
During the consultation we will discuss you're problem in detail, it is imperative that you are totally honest with your feng shui practitioner, this will enable him to give you the best advice possible.
The consultant will advise you on whether or not he is likely to be able to help you, and give you a quote for his services.
The next step is to arrange a visit to the premises, during which the consultant will take some bearings and assess the environment both inside and outside the property. This site survey and initial assessment takes around 2 hours to complete.
The next stage is for the consultant to complete his complex calculations and devise a plan. Depending on the complexity of the environment and nature of the problem this can take up to 2-3 weeks.
You will then have a final appointment with your consultant during which he will explain in detail his plan and the changes you should make.
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