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|Feng Shui - East vs. West|
| Feng Shui literally means "wind and water." While it is a spiritual study, it is not a religious one. The principles of Feng Shui are, simply, to allow the flow of positive Ch'i (energy) and do as much as you can to weaken the effects of negative Ch'i.
Unfortunately, Feng Shui is another practice which has fallen victim to the "quick fix" mentality of the West -- mirrors, tassels, bells, chimes and crystals are touted as remedies or items which attract good luck and/or repel bad luck.
The fact is there is no quick fix. The Ch'i of every house very much depends on several factors, including the birthdates of its occupants and the house itself, as well as the placement of rooms. Moreover, the bagua moves with the passage of time and space.
Min-gua is a basic charting of the most and least favorable corners for each occupant of the house. Bagua is more complicated -- taking in both the mingua of the occupants, the birthdate of the house, the square footage, charting each room for Feng Shui balance, and finding remedies for negative energy flows.
Feng Shui assessments are detailed and time consuming. A complete assessment (bagua) takes approximately two weeks to complete.
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