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Mary Bax, certified with the Feng Shui Research Center, Master Joseph Yu

What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui is the study of ‘qi’ (pronounced 'chee') in a space. Before the question, ‘What is Feng Shui?’ a brief explanation of qi is required.

Qi is an unforeseen force in the universe. It is at the base of all Chinese studies such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Feng Shui, Astrology and the marital arts of Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Like the energy in electricity and radio waves, qi cannot be seen but, it is evident that it exists. As long as qi flows from its characteristics of water to wood to fire to earth and then to metal, all is well. When this qi flow is broken, confusion will reign in a person’s home and business.


The ancient formulas in the school of Feng Shui called Flying Star, otherwise know as Xuan Kong, assist the qi to move freely into the home so an environment of harmony and prosperity is established. When people live in a home where the qi works together, the people are inspired to live a good and wholesome life. They will make wise decisions in finance and health. The environment in the home will support their children to do well in school.

As with physics, time and space are key factors. In the school of Flying Stars, a qi pattern is determined by year a place was built (time) and the direction it faces (space). Feng Shui means wind and water, qi travels on the wind and gathers strength at water. When the qi is healthy and gathers at water, bringing this qi into the home will help the people change their fate into destiny. If the qi is sick, the people in the home will face hardships. If the qi is and gathers at water, the hardships are intensified.

There is a 20 year cycle in Xuan Kong Feng Shui. A new cycle began in 2004 and we are beginning to see the affects on a grand scale. The fall of Bear Stearns could have been prevented if Feng Shui was applied. The New York corporate office on Madision Ave did not have the qi that is necessary to make wise decisions available. Let’s hope JP Morgan does not move its corporate operation into this building!

If you were experiencing tremendous wealth before 2004 and find that life is bringing you insurmountable challenges, it could well be the Feng Shui of your home or business.


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