classical feng shui: What Are Fu (Foo) Dogs in Classical Feng Shui? - 12/20/18 06:53 AM
A BRIEF HISTORY ABOUT FU DOGS
“Fu” in Chinese means wealth, good fortune and prosperity.  Fu Dogs are known as Guardian Lions which have been used in China since the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD). Another name is Chi lins which describes a mythical creature that features aspects of a dragon horse or Chinese unicorn. The concept became popular in Chinese Buddhism, subsequently spreading to other parts of Asia including, Japan, Korea, Tibet, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Cambodia, Laos and Singapore.
Traditionally, Fu Dogs were placed in front of Imperial palaces, temples, and government offices. In modern day times, Fu … (20 comments)

classical feng shui: What Method of Feng Shui is Best? - 07/03/14 12:06 AM
What Method of Feng Shui is Best?
This is a common question and really there is no "right" or "wrong" method that is best, at least from my experience and perspective.  What I have found when implementing the principles of Feng Shui into one's lifestyle, the key approach is to be open to change and to be a participant in the process of change.
Our job as Certified Consultants is to provide insights from a non emotional or judgmental perspective (sticking to the facts). Your job is to engage in the changes necessary and at least try the suggestions that have been shared. Yet, learn to … (3 comments)

 
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