Hello

July 27, 2008

Welcome to my (F)eng (S)hui (A)rchitect’s blog, if you are interested in Feng Shui, Feng Shui architecture and also things Chinese like Taijiquan and Qigong, Chinese philosophy and Chinese metaphysics, you have came to the right place. If you are interested in coming to China with us next February 2009, here is our brochure:


5 Responses to “Hello”

  1. devadog Says:

    Howard,

    Congratulations on the new blog! How nice to have you back, accessible, on the Virtual World.
    I look forward to your observations,

    Robert

  2. howardchoy Says:

    Thanks Robert for your kind words, do drop by as often as you like.
    fsa

  3. weiwei Says:

    Dear Howard

    Thank you for your blog (I saw it through fengshuinews.com).

    I read your articles and see that you mention fountains, as in – put in front or back of house. Do you plan fountains according to the flying star charts of a house or what basis would you advise?

    Also, you said, the house should be slightly elevated? You mean as in elevated land or a short flight of stairs?

    Would you say a very tall tree can also act in place of a high wall?

    I enjoyed reading your blog. Thank you for your time putting it together.

    Weiwei

  4. howardchoy Says:

    Dear Weiwei,

    Thank you for visiting my blog. here are my quick answers to your questions:

    When I place a fountain somewhere I always make sure the form is good and also I always check to make sure the Feixing Gua Qi is supportive because doing something in the right place and at the right time is part of the Feng Shui considerations.

    Elevated in both senses, on a slightly raised land and if the land is flat then slightly raise the floor off the land. It has to do with drainage and “touch the earth lightly” whenever and where
    ever we can.

    One tall tree would not act in a place of a high wall, which in Feng Shui term means protection and a “black turtle” back as a contrast to the open “red bird” front.

    Hope my answers make sense to you

    Regards,
    Howard Choy

  5. weiwei Says:

    Dear Howard

    THANK YOU for the VERY clear answers, they were to the point, very much appreciated.

    I look forward to reading more from your blog.

    Thank you again.
    Weiwei


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