Why become a Feng Shui Practitioner?

December 10, 2012

History books tell us our ancestors started out as hunters and gatherers and as agriculture developed, we began to settle down and thus Feng Shui, or the knowledge of knowing how to find the best place to settle and how to take care of the land so it can take care of us, was born.

Many different cultures devised different ways to live in harmony with the environment; Feng Shui is one of the best examples coming out of the unique cultural heritage of ancient China.

Unfortunately, as time goes by, modern human beings are increasing disconnected from the land and nature. We are destroying our environment in an alarming rate and we no longer feel our home and our workplace can support our life style and our needs any more. The cars dominate our cities and our neighbourhoods are isolated from each other; we no longer feel our home is a sacred place and the centre of the universe for us any more.

A Feng Shui consultant is train to re-establish these lost connections, empower the occupants and make our home sacred again, so we can again be the master and the mistress of the house and we need not be alienated from our environment and the place we live and work in, the land and our environment can support our needs in a lasting and sustainable way again.

If you are contemplating a change in your career and do something that is worthwhile for your community, your family and yourself, then do give Feng Shui a try, because this ancient body of knowledge still has a lot to offer for the modern world.

Picture below showed participants from Unit 4 (Flying Star) of the Professional Practitioners’ Course being conducted in Krakow Poland last weekend.



3 Responses to “Why become a Feng Shui Practitioner?”

  1. Where are the reputable places to study here in the States?

  2. Great article Howard…………so nice to see Beata in the group photo :-)

  3. howardchoy Says:

    Hi Laura, I wrote this piece being inspired by your thesis. I did some teaching for the Golden Gate School of Feng Shui in SF, you might like to check them out.
    Hi Teresa, Yes Beata was there and we looked at the Flying Star of her new office as part of the work samples.

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