Real Life Stories

The only way to truly learn feng shui is through experience as every case has a unique client, environment and situation. These case studies let you peer through the eyes of a feng shui master.

Kitchen with a crossed out stove in the center[...]If a house’s energy is not harmonized with a person’s energy, it causes the body’s internal energy to be scattered. Lacking focused energy, it is easy to become anxious and nervous, to say things one does not mean, and to sleep without getting rejuvenating rest. Being unable to think and act at one’s full potential causes instability and attracts negative energy into a person’s life.[...]

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Nurse[...]When I entered the house, a wave of nausea ran through me. It smelled musty and moldy and it was hard for me to breathe. The discomfort was so strong that it was difficult to breathe. I explained this to Claire and asked her to open the doors and windows.[...]

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House on sloped property[...]Simon may feel comfortable in this house because the negative energies are similar to his own. Though he doesn’t detect the negativity at first, after a while, the house’s energy will adversely affect him physically and emotionally, making it hard to progress.[...]

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Feng shui compass with plan[...]The general energy of this house moves downward and loses chi. A row of trees planted at the end of their yard would keep the energy from flowing away and two landscape lights pointed towards the house would direct energy right back in. These adjustments would prevent them from losing the wealth energy coming in through the west door.[...]

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Mother and daughter hugging[...]Lena explained that the conflicts between she and Erica are the biggest problems in their household. Erica is a self-absorbed teen, hardly home, and has many male friends. No matter what Lena says or does, Erica’s room is always a mess with clothes and unfinished snacks littering the floor.[...]

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Residential neighborhood[...]I told [Mrs. A] that it was unlikely that she could have prevented her daughter from coming of age and falling in love, but that she could set up an environment that allows her daughter to have strong energies and good judgement when selecting a partner.[...]

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Couple in bed[...]Upstairs, the master bedroom is located in the southwest sector, which does not match Mary at all. Their bed is placed against the southwest wall with Mary’s part of the headboard directly over the downstairs’ living room fireplace. Fireplaces are dark, cold shafts of energy when not being used, and burning, drying energy when they are used.[...]

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Closed shutters[...] the rooms had no air circulation and the yin, or negative energy, was overwhelming.  Aside from living in a dark and stagnant room filled with negative frequencies, the son’s bedroom door was aligned with the master bedroom door.  These opposing energies can cause conflict between the occupants of the two rooms.[...]

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New housing community[...]Donna had also experienced many conflicts in her business and could not understand how her sister, who was in the same line of work as herself, was doing so much better.[...]

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Couple sitting on porch steps[...]“Master Liu...All of my friends are married, have children, and own homes.  We all started from the same place and I work just as hard as they do, but I feel left behind.  I decided I needed a change, so here I am in this new apartment.  I want to make sure I do it right this time, so I am consulting you."[...]

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