This class is on Feng Shui for your sacred space. Learn how to set up your Ba Gua map for your home, office or place of worship. Each direction and corner has sacred characteristics to adhere to. Know the purpose, color, shape and sacred animal for each. Discover the cures for problem areas and the traps to avoid. Feng Shui (pronounced fung schway), literally translated as wind and water, is the Chinese tradition of geomancy using structures on the landscape in harmony with earth energies. Feng Shui is the philosophy and spiritual approach to architecture and interior design for the purpose of physical and spiritual well-being and balance. It is art of object placement in spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to patterns of yin and yang and the flow of energy (qi).
1: Yin, Yang and Chi
Resource #1 - The Yin and Yang of Feng Shui by Mary Catherine Miller
Resource #2 - Feng Shui Tips to Help Recession-Proof Your Life by Carol M. Olmstead
Resource #3 - The Ba Gua by Peter Reiss
Resource #4 - Feng Shui BaGua for Room or Home by Mary Catherine Miller
Resource #5 - Feng Shui: An Introduction
Resource #6 - A Quick Guide to the 5 Elements by Stephanie Roberts
5: Shapes and Forms
Resource #7 - Shapes and Forms in Feng Shui by Heluo
Resource #8 - Feng Shui Secrets Revealed by Melissa Coleman
The Yin and Yang of Feng Shui by Mary Catherine Miller
Feng Shui Tips to Help Recession-Proof Your Life by Carol M. Olmstead
The Ba Gua by Peter Reiss
Feng Shui BaGua for Room or Home by Mary Catherine Miller
Feng Shui: An Introduction
A Quick Guide to the 5 Elements by Stephanie Roberts
Shapes and Forms in Feng Shui - Classical Chinese Feng Shui by Heluo
*** See Page 2 - Wuxing and Shapes ***
Feng Shui Secrets Revealed by Melissa Coleman
*** See Chapter 3 - Cures Pages 61-72
Wind Chimes & Water Fountains - Favorite Feng Shui Objects and How to Use Them by Stephanie Roberts
Feng Shui, Personal Creativity & Your Work Environment by Judith J Gadd
Feng Shui Step by Step
http://fengshuiladies.com/pdf/Feng Shui Step by Step for HGTV.pdf
Complete Idiots Guide to Feng Shui by Elizabeth Moran, Master Joseph Yu, and Master Val Biktashev
Basic ways to begin a Feng Shui practice & create an oasis for ourselves by Brigid Meier
Feng Shui for Wealth
Bagua Map - Feng Shui for Business
Feng Shui's Bagua Map
Simplified Western Gen Shui Bagua for Creating Your Vision Board
Positioning the BaGua Map
Your Feng Shui BaGua
http://www.fengshuiform.com/pdf/Ba-Gua Diagram for FSF 2009.pdf
What is the BaGua Map?
http://deborahredfern.com/Articles/What is the Bagua Map.pdf
The BaGua Map
How to Use the Bagua Map
The Bagua Map
Fast Feng Shui Ba Gua Q+A by Stephanie Roberts Serrano
Feng Shui: The Way of Wind and Water - Some Intraductory Tips by Susan B. Killian
20 Secret Ways to Improve Your Feng Shui by Chris Shaul and Sophia Tang Shaul
8 Free Lessons from a Feng Shui Master
Feng Shui by Ernest J. Eitel - First published in 1873
About the book: Feng Shui is much more than a way of arranging furniture for good luck. The Chinese gomancers have a very intricate set of beliefs with roots in Animism, Taoism and Confucianism. Feng Shui teaches that the earth has rivers of energy, much like the meridians in the human body of the acupuncturists. Feng Shui also takes into account stellar alignments, including some mysterious invisible stars in the north which don't seem to correspond to a present-day constellation.
Ancient monuments around the globe are well-known to be aligned by principles similar to this; for instance, the Pyramids of the Giza plateau form an enormous and very exact map of the belt of Orion. They ley lines of the English country-side link important sites from one end of the island to the other. And some believe that the strange layout of the streets of Wasington DC have an arcane Masonic significance. Whether or not you believe in geomancy, evidence of its use is all around us.
Feng Shui, or the Rudiments of Natural Science in China by Ernest J. Eitel
http://www.thegod720.com/Feng Sui - E Eitel.pdf
26 Secrets from the Orient - Feng Shui by Eloise Helm
Make more money, improve your health, find love!
Feng Shui - Spirituality by Design - Article by Sara Schroerlucke
Feng Shui, pronounced fung schway, is an ancient art and science that balances and harmonizes your environment, as well as promotes prosperity and good fortune. The practice of Feng Shui is said to be around 6000 years old, and has its origins in China. The ancient Chinese people understood how their environment affected them, and as an agricultural society, they knew that the two most p owerful forces were the wind and water. Feng Shui literally means wind and water. These ancient people studied the environment; they studied people and time and how these energies interacted with each other. This energy, which is called “Chi”, is the vital life energy. Feng Shui is a practice that understands and utilizes those forces of energy (Chi) to our benefit.
One of the basic principles of Feng Shui is that chi, or the universal life energy, is in all things, always changing, and constantly moving. Clutter stagnates and blocks the chi or energy flow in your environment, so before implementing any remedies or enhancements in you home or office you should remove the clutter. Also, items that have no value or items that have a negative association should be removed. Organization is key. For optimum benefits, you should also surround yourself with things that you love and that bring you happiness.
Feng Shui is not a religion, philosophy or superstition. E s s e n t i a l l y, Feng Shui is an art and science that keeps things in harmony by keeping your home simple, elegant, and balanced.
The Feng Shui World Map by D.H Van den Berghe
An interesting arrangement can be made putting the 5 elements and the 12 branches on the world map
There is 180 degrees of latitude going from the South Pole to the North Pole.
We can divide this into 5 areas of 36 degrees latitude each, and link them with the 5 elements.
Creating a Soulful Home with Feng Shui - Article from Natural Awakenings
Practical Guidelines from Feng Shui
Here are some ideas of things you can do in your small office or home office to bring good energy into your workspace. A feng shui practitioner can offer more in-depth counseling for more complex cures and solutions.
Feng Shui article from Wisconsin Realtors Association
Feng Shui (pronounced “phung schway” and meaning “Wind and Water” in Chinese) is part of an ancient Chinese philosophy of living in harmony with nature. While Feng Shui is often identified as a form of geomancy -- divination by geographic features -- it is mainly concerned with understanding the relationships between nature and ourselves so that we might live in harmony within our environment.
Feng Shui Philosophy -- Feng Shui is related to the very sensible notion that living with rather than against nature benefits humans and their environment. It is also related to the equally sensible notion that our lives are deeply affected by our physical and emotional environs. If we surround ourselves with symbols of death, contempt and indifference toward life and nature, with noise and various forms of ugliness, we may corrupt ourselves in the process. If we surround ourselves with beauty, gentleness, kindness, sympathy, music and various expressions of the sweetness of life, we ennoble ourselves as well as our environment.
Enhance Your Office Using Feng Shui and Flow Concepts - Presented by Susan Bender and Lynne Warner
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
http://www.unr.edu/oiss/toolbox/2008/FENG SHUI PP-NAFSA08.pdf
How to use Feng Shui with Feng Shui Chinese dot Com
Instructions on how to use Feng Shui in the home, office and everyday life
Feng Shui e-book
At Home with The Basics of Feng Shui - Article by Randy Gosda
http://www.weathershield.com/assets/ideaHouse/tipsForHomeowners/Tips-Basics of Feng Shui.pdf
A FRAMEWORK FOR SITE ANALYSIS WITH EMPHASIS ON FENG SHUI AND CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES by Jun Xu
Dissertation submitted to the faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Design and Planning
Power Your Career with Feng Shui - A practical guide to thrive & prosper in any economy by James Reyes & Anezka Drazil
(Table of Contents, Introduction and Chapter 1 only) Power Your Career With Feng Shui has 9 chapters in more than 170 pages, and includes illustrations, diagrams, real-life feng shui case studies and practical step-by-step "to do" lists at the end of each chapter. It really is the "feng shui survival guide" for today's economy.
Feng-Shui: Energy and Place by Tom Bender
http://www.tombender.org/energeticsarticles/Feng Shui - Energy and Place.pdf
Feng-Shui - Article by Tom Bender
From The Urban Ecologist 1994 Number 3
http://www.tombender.org/energeticsarticles/FS URBAN ECOLOGIST.pdf
A Place for Your Home - Article by Tom Bender
Build in harmony with the land by using feng-shui.
http://www.tombender.org/energeticsarticles/A PLACE FOR YOUR HOME.pdf
Entries - Article by Tom Bender
Perhaps the most important lesson feng shui can teach us is to pay careful attention to each thing we do, and to learn to trust our tummies in the process. That is what tells us most directly whether we have comfort with a particular pattern. And that comfort is a measure of how deeply we are in harmony with our surroundings. Entries to buildings, particularly homes, hold an importance in this process far beyond their actual size. Getting a sense of the multiple and important roles they play is vital to successful placement, design, remodeling, or accommodating their function even in an apartment.
Kanyu (Feng-shui): A Case of Re-interpretation of the Spirit of Space - Article by Dr. Yuan Ding
Backyard Feng Shui - Article by Kerry Klein, CID, IDS, and Julia Bombardier, IDS Associate
Feng Shui: New Dimensions in Design - Article by Marcia Montenegro
This article first appeared in the Christian Research Journal, volume 26, number 1 (2003).
Decorating with Feng Shui - Article by Diane Alba-Means
Increase harmony at home with wind chimes - Article by Diane Alba-Means
Feng Shui by Deborah Gee
Feng Shui at Home by Eiko Okura
Lesson 1 - What is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui Explained • How Feng Shui Works • Varieties of Feng Shui • Feng Shui in This Book
Feng shui is an ancient discipline of Chinese origin that shows us how to develop and shape our living and working spaces to best serve our emotional and spiritual needs.
(Excerpt from The Learning Annex Presents Feng Shui By Meihwa Lin)
Figuring Out Feng Shui
The ancient wisdom of Feng Shui applied to your workspace can make you feel more comfortable during working hours.
(Excerpt from Feng Shui Your Workspace for Dummies by Holly Ziegler and Jennifer Lawler)
(Chapter 1 only)
Feng Shui for the Home Office - Article by Tabitha Miller M.A.
http://www.tabithamiller.com/ATM_AUG07_P16_Office Feng Shui.pdf
How to determine the Sitting and Facing of a Home, Apartment or Building - Article by Dr. Rob
88 Feel-Good Reasons to Get Rid Of It by Carol M. Olmstead
Examples of Feng Shui Remedies - Metal Objects by Dr. Rob
Examples of Metal remedies - Salt - Water Cures by Dr. Rob
Feng Shui for the land, Clearing Sacred Space by Priscilla Connors
Kindergarten Lesson on Feng Shui by Shashray McCormack
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