What makes Classical Feng Shui different?

There are a variety of different perspectives in Feng Shui. The most popular perspective known to Americans is Western Feng Shui. Feng Shui is so rich and profound and it is so much deeper than what you have heard before. Here in the United States, we really have just been exposed to a drop in the bucket which is really the vast ocean of knowledge of Feng Shui. There is ancient wisdom in the teachings of Classical Feng Shui which is specific and unique to the person and the property.

In Classical Feng Shui, among other things, we are concerned with Time and Direction. These are key pieces of information required in assessing the alignment and quality of the Feng Shui. Such as the time a building is used and the direction it sits on the land. It is important to analyze the energy within a building or home and around the building or home, too. Where a building sits in relation to other man-made structures around it, such as homes & roads or natural formations like mountains & water sources, is just as crucial as what energy may be inside. Classical Feng Shui helps us look at all this from a different perspective (a fresh pair of eyes) and show you how to get into supportive alignment which can have a positive effect on your life. Your life can be greatly enhanced with Feng Shui.

Classical Feng Shui is specifically tailored to the person in the space. What that means for you is that the long-term results can be deeper and more impactful across all areas of your life.

Feng Shui is an important support system for our lives and it is available to everyone across all walks of life – not just the wealthy or people living in luxurious communities. Although most widely used outside of the United States, living more mindfully is much more than a passing trend.

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