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Feng Shui Audit Process

The Feng Shui Master

When we buy a property, we usually will engage a highly trained Feng Shui Master to do an evaluation on the property. He is preferably comes from a Lineage school and not selected on the basis of popularity. This is because the process of Feng Shui is a highly guarded skills handed down generations to generations via a lineage.

This process is usually known as Feng Shui Audit or Feng Shui Consultation. So how does the process looks like? To make it easy for general public to understand, I have broken it down to 3 levels.

Macro Feng Shui

The first level audit or what I call the Macro audit is based on the surrounding environment of the property such as where the Dragons are and where the waters are. How the Dragons move and come affects the quality of the Human factor Qi and how the waters come and go affects the Wealth Qi. Collectively, if they can match in neat formation thus being able to lock the Qi, this is considered an ideal Feng Shui formation.

Micro Feng Shui

Now together with the property layout or intended layout, assuming you are building it up from sketch, the master will assess the type of Qi that this property will be receiving. Thus the primary objective is to tap the best Qi to improve the wealth and health factors. I call this the Micro level.

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Student’s Dilemma

Many a times I hear student telling me why they almost give up Feng Shui altogether.

This is a common trend since early of the millennium, Feng Shui was “opened” to the public by several celebrity masters. During that period almost everyone with some curiosity in Feng Shui would like to join in the band wagon with either the hope of becoming Feng Shui Masters like them or would simply be part of the mysterious society of metaphysics.

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Helicopter Feng Shui

Once, I was invited to Feng Shui consultation for a friend’s newly bought apartment in Clementi Singapore. The wife is a Feng Shui Skeptic and he wasn’t a ardent believer too. Anyway, since it was a trend so he engaged me for this consultation.

At the ground floor, I told my client there is hill in front far away behind the building block. He said it can’t be. “How do you know? I cannot even see it”. So I said, if you are interested let’s take a lift up to 12th floor and let’s find out.

He agreed and we went up to 12th floor. Indeed there is a hill in front behind the building in front. He asked me how I know since I am not a Singaporean and this is my first trip here.

Well there is a way to identify land forms and that is how ancient masters do it. No need to hire helicopter to survey dragons. Just a publicity gimmick for the inexperienced layman or that master surely doesn’t know how to see land forms.

No hard feelings but that is the fact!

Next time, I will write something about city landforms or landforms for the dwellings and landforms for the Yin Feng Shui. Stay tuned!