What types of spaces can you appraise for Feng Shui?
A feng shui appraisal can be conducted in any space in which you spend the majority of your time. It is most important to ensure that the qi of your spaces is best supporting you while communing in that space. Common spaces are homes, apartments, and offices. Summer homes, beach homes, and cabins should also be harmonized if you are spending a good chunk of time in these spaces.
Am I required to adopt an Eastern décor to have good Feng Shui?
The goal of feng shui is to harmonize the energies of your space. Placing objects within your space that are not pleasing to you defeats the purpose of feng shui. Energetic remedies should not be obvious and apparent to visitors or occupants. They should blend with the current décor.
Will I be spending a fortune on new décor items?
Many energetic remedies can be implemented with your current furnishings, just by intentionally placing them in the recommended areas of your space. If new items are recommended, there are many economic options and resources for locating the recommended items. This is where your unique artistic and aesthetic tastes come into play 🙂
Do I have to move if my space has bad Feng Shui?
There is no such thing as a space with perfect feng shui. Some spaces may be able to better support you; however, moving is rarely, and I mean rarely, recommended. Qi remedies can be quite effective if placed intentionally; especially when combined with the implementation of your 4 favorable directions.
What is required for an appraisal?
The components of a Comprehensive Feng Shui Appraisal include a floor plan drawn to scale, no need for it to be of architectural quality; however, it must be to scale and reflect the location of all rooms, doors, and windows – the construction year of the house – the birthdates of all occupants to determine individual auspicious directions – interior and exterior tours of the home to identify any structures that may need attention
How does your practice differ from others?
I am trained through the American Feng Shui Institute, founded by Master Larry Sang. I have been trained in the traditional school of feng shui. This approach has at its foundation 6 theories and principles. These are the principle of Yin/Yang, 5 Elements theory, 8 Trigrams theory, East/West theory, Flying Stars theory, and the Environment (Forms) theory. Traditional feng shui is the highest level of feng shui practice.