Dowsing as a support in  Feng Shui

I recently gave a presentation at the AFSC conference on the Gold Coast 2017 on Dowsing  as a support to Feng Shui, followed by workshops on the Gold Coast and in Sydney, but dowsing is more then a mere support, its amongst the the very ancient roots & […]

My Feng Shui Journey

 

Coming from a publishing career background, I discovered a bit about Feng Shui 14 years ago when I was researching an article for a home interior magazine. The more I researched, the more I became captivated.

Fast forward to 2013, and I made the decision to leave full-time employment. I had achieved so much throughout my […]

How to Practice Feng Shui Holistically and Interpret It Correctly

How to Practice Feng Shui Holistically and Interpret It Correctly

This is an in-depth article by Howard Choy, a Feng Shui Architect and Principal of European College of Feng Shui (ECOFS) in Berlin, Germany. This article uses cultural context to introduce a different way of thinking so you can better understand, interpret, and practice Feng Shui in […]

5 Secrets To Unleash the Flow of Abundance

By Grace Niu @ Feng Shui Serenity

As a Feng Shui consultant, I often activate the wealth corner of a property during a Feng Shui Consultation. However, I can not do this alone. The beliefs we hold in our hearts around the theme of prosperity and abundance very much set the tone on how easily we […]

PokemonGo

Two strangers cross in a busy city street,
swipe their phones frantically to capture a Bulbasaur,
and smile at one other
.
By Anthyony Ashworth

You’d have to have been living under or perhaps in a stone
not to have noticed the new gaming craze PokemonGo.

It’s a virtual reality interactive game for smart phones,
which uses the GPS location […]

Peter Mace Bush Poet

Peter Mace Bush Poet

2012 Australian Bush Poetry Champion

Website www.peterthepoet.com

 

I’m just a simple Aussie bloke, existing day to day.

Enjoy a beer, a bbq, a game of golf to play.

But now my life’s in turmoil, and I’m down to my last cent.

And I […]

Walk the Talk

Office Transformation using Feng Shui

The transformation from the garage to what is now my home office, all began in October 2015, when I was travelling around China with my good friend Carolyn McCallum (Feng Shui Harmony). During one of our countless discussions on our favourite subject “Feng Shui”, I mentioned to Carolyn about the Flying […]

Forms Feng Shui of Noosa Head       

I believe that most people have been to Noosa Heads. If not then at least they have heard of the Hasting Street in Noosa Heads.

What makes this place so special? Are there clues can be found from Feng Shui prospective?

The answer is yes.

As a […]

Changing a Buildings Period

Many a Feng Shui practitioner has come across a building that has an inappropriate star chart from a previous period.  One that doesn’t match the forms or the activities of the occupants.  Often, It would be great if the building was in the current period, so that the stars may match the forms and the stars […]

A Broken Ankle and a Moment in Time

 

By Fran Gleeson

This is a story about a host of metaphysical forces all meeting in a single moment of time with a painful result.

It was in that moment when my client, Maree, fell and broke her ankle.

It was the 22nd August 2015. Maree, a woman in her sixties was about to put her washing […]

Want to spice up your love life in 2016?

Try these Feng Shui Tips

By Jenny Blume

Feng shui energies shift from year to year, so if you’re looking for love and romance, what does 2016 have in store? Being the year of the fire monkey, forget about treading the same old paths – we’ll be searching for more excitement, stimulation and variety. That’s great news for […]

Feng Shui Practitioner Tips

As a full time Feng Shui consultant for many years I have gained lots of experience working in the Industry and at the recent Conference the AFSC held in Sydney in May I shared some of my tips for practitioners. For those of you who missed them, here they are. As always I am more […]

2016 Wealth Luck for the 12 Chinese Animal Signs

2016 is a Fire Monkey year.  The year is from 4th (立春 Li Chun) February 2016 to 3rd February 2017.

2016 Chinese New Year is on the first day of the first lunar month, which is 8th February. Babies born in between 4th and 8th February are Monkey year babies.

The Li Chun Ba Zi of the […]

Chinese New Year Rituals and Symbolism

Coming from two cultures Portuguese and Chinese, I love the latter best, especially during the Chinese New Year activities.

Growing up in Macau, gave me a great appreciation of the Chinese culture and its rituals and even today after so many years here in Australia I still follow it and instil it in my kids of […]

My Feng Shui Story – Feng Shui Rescue

 

My name is Mina R Zheng, I’m a Chinese feng shui consultant. 2016 will be my 20th year of practicing feng shui. The reason I chose feng shui as my profession is a long story.  However a key moment was when feng shui rescued my life.

I was born into a traditional Chinese family in Southern […]

2016 Year of the Bing Shen/Fire Monkey

Article by Derelle Ball www.CentaineConsultants.com.au

The Year of the Bing Shen (Fire Monkey) begins on 8 February 2016 (according to the Lunar Calendar) and on 4 February 2016, (according to the Solar HSIA Calendar).  The Lunar Calendar is used for traditional Chinese New Year celebrations, however keep in mind, the Solar Calendar is used when […]

Land of the Rising Sun

For most of this year I have had the good fortune of spending some quality time in the countryside of Japan.  Luck brought me here to indulge in the beautiful environment of Niigata Prefecture.  It is a gorgeous area, with huge strong mountains, a strong flowing river and wide open valley.

2016 The Year of the Monkey and Governing Feng Shui Yearly Energy 2

By Vic Ketis

2016, the Chinese year of the Monkey, as with every year, has notable and prominent astrological themes and significances. 2016 sees the 12 year (Jupiter) astrological return to 2004, the beginning of the current ‘Age of 8’. The 12 year cycle is a prominent cycle ruling both the Chinese and Western astrological Zodiac […]

Astrological musings and the year ahead

By Jenny Blume

 

In terms of Western astrology it’s been a rollercoaster few years, but the celestial ups and downs should even out as the year unfolds. A tension-filled square between Pluto and Uranus has been exerting a powerful influence since mid-2012, but after a final square off in March, some of the pressure should ease.

This […]

Ba Zi  Where does the Wealth come from?

In BaZi the prosperity could be represented in various ways. Here let us focus on how the Wealth Qi moves through the chart, and how it enables the Day Master (DM) to take the shortest path to financial success.

When we are assessing the Wealth capacity, a number of points should be considered, such as where […]