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Classical Feng Shui | Dimple Luniya Blog

Dimple-Luniya-2It was about 14 years ago that I came across an article on feng shui, whereby it was written that just by doing some placement changes of one’s furniture and placing a few items like bamboo plants and wind chimes you could invite positive energies into your life and change life for the better, be it health, wealth or  prosperity. I was very impressed and intrigued by this article and wanted to know much more about this science known as feng shui.

As I am keen to learn this subject completely in-depth, I went to Malaysia and learnt all about it from the late Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai and since then have kept myself updated on this beautiful user-friendly science which has brought so much positivity into my life and to so many others, that I have never looked back since.

What I have been learning and practising is Classical Feng Shui which is not about placing objects or decorative items such as crystals, frogs, dragons or even mandarin ducks.

Classical Feng Shui is about tapping into the natural energies of the environment or Qi (chi) in order to improve your life and achieve your goals. This is achieved through the correct placement of beds, cooking range, main door and appropriate location of bedrooms, main door and kitchen. Classical Feng Shui takes into consideration the personal details of the occupants of the house and then locates them in their favourable directions. This is unlike other sciences which do not take into account any personal details and for everyone it is the same direction or location.

Also, The ‘Eight Life Aspirations’ theory is not a part of classical Feng Shui in which every corner of your house represents a particular aspiration of your life. This is a pure new-age feng shui or Pop-feng shui concept.

I will be continuing and imparting much more knowledge in my future blogs, so keep logging on…

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