The two words “Feng Shui’, mean wind and water and are used to describe the essential energy that surrounds us all the time. Imperial Feng Shui is the name given to the style of Feng Shui that developed within the High Imperial Courts of China.
Imperial Yuen Hom Style Feng Shui is the most advanced style of Feng Shui. It relates to the 64 hexagrams and means:
“From nothing to everything, and from everything to nothing”.
The Chue style of Feng Shui descends directly from the Feng Shui that was practiced over the centuries in the highest palaces and imperial courts of China.
Feng Shui goes back thousands of years. It originated in agriculture; our page on History, gives an overview of how it all started.
Due to the vast and complex nature of the subject, there is often difficulty understanding the difference between what is Feng Shui and what is superstition or myth. We outline in this section how you can recognise genuine Feng Shui methods, along with some of the misunderstanding and myth that surrounds it.
You will, of course, want to look at your own environment and we offer some tips and guidance to get you started. It must be said, however, that Feng Shui is an extremely complex subject, as there are so many things to consider. With the exception of the very basic steps, it is really not possible to do it yourself. If you are interested to see how Feng Shui can help you, then contact one of our fully trained consultants for advice.
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