Introduction and overview of the class.
(Requires completion of FS101 in order to purchase this class)
Having completed the Beginning Feng Shui Class, you can now begin to exercise your ability to control the effects of energy on your everyday environment. In the Intermediate class, you will learn how to effectively use the five elements to remedy a home or office to maintain or improve health, reduce the chance of money delays and increase prosperity, and gain a sense of overall well-being. Learn to map the specific qi occupying your home or any building. Find out what annual influences there are within each space and how to optimize for that year.
A key part of this course is the examination of the environment, both inside and out. Find out what to look for when selecting a house or things to avoid when remodeling. Learn how the larger environment affects us and things specific to your environment that you can you can do to manage these influences.
Learn key Feng Shui techniques to find a relationship, make more money, and create the supportive environment that you desire.
- Learn about the Internal Environment and how it affects us
- Examine the influences of the External Environment
- Understand the Luoshu map
- Begin to put into practice the Xuan Kong method of Feng Shui which explains:
- The ambient qi within a home or office
- The annual influences that are mapped specifically for your home or office
- How to remedy imbalances using the five natural elements
- Gain an understanding of how the various types of qi interrelate
- Learn about specific techniques, such as utilizing “peach blossom” qi for romance
- Become proficient at mapping the qi on a floor plan (Bring your own floor plan to analyze!)
Introduction to the Intermediate Class
Xuan Kong is one of the more common methods for analyzing the qi of a building
This lessons shows practical real-life examples of various environmental situations that often appear in the external environment.
How to avoid external aha affects the house
External Factors Which Influence a House or Building
History of Lo Shu Map and how to make the magic square of your house
Summary of the positive and negative effect in a house
Using the Magic Square to float the numbers
This page shows the 8 house grid patterns
Exersise for practice
The diagram represents the eight orientations of the buildings, with the qi arrangements for each direction.
All about the internal environment in summary
Once you complete the course, this lesson provides a preview of what is ahead for you in your studies.
Learn some interesting trivia and facts around Feng Shui.
The meaning of floated numbers in a house
Sample analyses using the Xuan Kong method
Wrap-up of the Xuan Kong Method
Apply Xuan Kong method to house, city, country map to make every year prediction
Using Feng Shui to attract man and creativity
Meaning of other number combination
Test your knowlege
Learn about removing negative influence from the environment
Create a more comfortable and supportive internal environment by using Feng shui
Float numbers and see the combination of qi that is present in each area of the house.
After you float the numbers, you then can see what number is in which area of the house or building.
Summary of good and bad numbers in a house
Symbology of numbers in Gen house
Meaning of numbers in Xun house
Sha cases should avoid in a house
The Eight House Patterns
The chart of number that apply to each year
Detail of Sang’s Luopan
Learn about the interior environment with visual examples.