A Feng Shui Luo Pan, consists of a compass surrounded by concentric rings of symbols having metaphysical and energetic significance.
Feng Shui, in modern times, has had a resurgence in popularity in many regions of the East, including Hong Kong and Japan. Interest in Feng Shui then spread to Europe, in particular the United Kingdom and more recently, to the United States. Feng Shui deals with the energy of the environment and how it affects the body's energy (health), relationships, wealth, family, children, and luck in general. It is a science that combines mankind's energy with the energy of nature and earth.
Overall well-being relies not just on health or wealth, but a balance between the two, along with other important aspects of our lives, including love, happiness, spirituality, and learning. What most people do not recognize is how their environment also affects their well-being. The Qi that flows through our bodies also flows through our homes and workplaces. This is where Feng Shui can become very important. With a 4,000-year history in China, Feng Shui is a science and art form that developed alongside Qi Gong, also with origins thousands of years old.
For good health, business, wealth, and relationships a home or business must have good Qi flow surrounding it, as well as within it. Though it may prove to be more challenging to alter the physical landscape surrounding the house, making Qi adjustments within the building are more realistic and attainable. When problems arise in health, business, wealth or relationships, then it may be a good time to take a closer look at how the Feng Shui of your home or office could be improved.
Feng Shui, as an art and a science, is part of the Mastering Life series of workshops. The objective of the workshop is to provide you with the knowledge base and tools to effect improvement in your life. Masterís approach to Feng Shui is to take those elements of each of the Feng Shui schools that are the most science-based and teach you how to use them.