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What is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui is not just about structure, site, its surrounding, placement of furniture and placement of objects that will bring wealth, health and harmony in life. It is an ancient knowledge based on the studies of metaphysic; widely believe to have originated from China. As my Feng Shui knowledge deepens, I realized that this is a life long learning process and it can be used as a tool to counter upcoming misfortune and to enhance oneís life as a whole.
Is Feng Shui useful?
Having done research on centuries of Feng Shui related historical records, I am totally convinced that Feng Shui is one of the key factors that helped sustain some of the longest reigning Chinese Empire, their Emperors; Japanese Emperors and some of the Shoguns. Now that this metaphysic knowledge, commonly known as Feng Shui is made available to those of us who are interested, I strongly recommend implementing it to enhance oneís life and improve the environment that one is living in.
How and when did I become interested in Feng Shui?
It is Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai who brought me into the wonderful world of Feng Shui. My first meeting with him was in London, the year 1990 where I was a student at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design. I was aspiring to be a fashion designer. That meeting was not about learning Feng Shui but learning the art of Yan Shou Gong (Qi Gong) from him to improve my health. I met him again in Paris a few years later, when I was working as a fashion designer. Grand Master Yap was there to give Feng Shui consultations to some businessmen. I was greatly amazed by the fact that people from the West would invite a Feng Shui master from the East to give them consultation. But I was more amazed by Grand Master Yapís art in Qi Gong because my health improved tremendously following what he taught me and I am always grateful to him for this. I was learning Feng Shui from him for fun at that time, not seriously.
I only became seriously involved in learning Feng Shui after Grand Master Yap visited my parent and me in Japan. It was in the year 1994 when Grand Master Yap and his wife came to Japan on a business trip. I invited them to our house and introduced them to my parents. Grand Master Yap, in his usual straight forward manner cautioned my parents on the bad positioning of their bed; my fatherís working area in his office and facing of our house. My fatherís sleeping area was under two pillars. When my father turned a deaf ear to his advice, Grand Master Yap told my mother and me that tragedy might occur if nothing was done to improve the Feng Shui of our house. My father refused to take any corrective action and I returned to Paris with a heavy heart. A year later, in the middle of the night while sleeping at my apartment in Paris, I received a phone call from my younger sister that shocked and changed my life forever. She told me that our father was found dead, lying on the kitchen floor of our new house with a bowl of rice held on his hand. It was my mother who discovered his body when she entered the kitchen. He was only 59 years old, sole owner of several profitable businesses at that time.
Gradually I lost interest in fashion design largely sadden by the sudden loss of my father whom I loved dearly. What interest me from then till now is spirituality, the studies of Feng Shui and social service. I did not return to Paris after my fatherís funeral but left for India a few months later. I spent two years there in pursuing my spiritual path and doing social service at some of the most remote places. I then moved to Thailand to continue my social service, giving free Art and Japanese lessons to children at Sathya Sai School in Lopburi, Thailand. During this period, I studied and obtained a Master degree with honor in Education from Assumption University, Bangkok and went on to do a Doctoral degree in Education at Chulalongkorn University. Concurrent with these degrees, I obtained a Graduate Certificate with honor from the YCH Academy and am one of the pioneer students of Grand Master Yap and Master Boh Chu who both taught me both the science and art of Feng Shui. Prior to this graduation, I have been doing Feng Shui audit for offices, factories, houses, apartments, schools and universities in the Asia Pacific Regions and Hawaii islands. I consider Feng Shui as one of my means in helping others improve the various facets of their life. It gives me lots of joy in seeing improvement in the life of those who strictly follow my advice that is based on my Feng Shui knowledge.
I am extremely fortunate to have Grand Master Yap and Master Boh Chu as my mentors, sharing with me their sacred knowledge in Feng Shui, this ancient Chinese metaphysics, a science that is known by many but itsí art is mastered by few.