Traditional Fengshui

Traditional Fengshui examines the nature and the flow of energies of the living environment, along with the human destiny based on Yin Yang and Five Elements principle.

It encompasses some main Schools of Fengshui such as Form Fengshui, the Eight Houses, Clear View, Three Primaries, and Xuan Kong.  Compasses is utilized in the majority of these Fengshui Schools for auditing . The School also is subdivided or differentiated during its progression to some Sub-Schools by its own Fengshui Techniques. This makes the classification very difficult.

Regardless of  School in Traditional Fengshui, Yiing or I-Ching will be a main interpretation tool for practicing. Some Fengshui Scholars consider Traditional Fengshui originated from I-Ching or Book of Changes that formulates the 64 Hexagrams.

It is also worth  mentioning the difference between Fengshui practices and divination techniques that adapt Yin Yang and Five Elements for one’s future prediction (fortune teller) i.e. Zi-wei Dou shu, Four pillar, Oracle, Eight magic door…

Traditional Fengshui is distinguished  with some newly developed Fengshui concepts that purely study the energy flow without using compasses or similar tools.

 Advanced Fengshui explores Traditional or Classical Fengshui using a modern approach that synthetizes  all Traditional Fengshui techniques to effectively restore the harmonies between tenants (owners) and their premises.