The rotation of the earth’s molten iron core creates an electromagnetic field that varies depending on geographic location and magnetic direction. Based on these orientations, this field affects all inert and living matter. It fluctuates cyclically with a range of vibrational frequencies. Classical Feng Shui reveals that our yin and yang cycles manifest within a predictable framework that influences the favorable and unfavorable circumstances in our lives.
As a science, Classical Feng Shui examines the dynamic properties and cycles of the earth’s energy field, it’s interaction with the energy field within our bodies, and the effects this interaction creates through distinct physical, emotional, and mental properties that affect how we conduct our lives. With science as its foundation, the art of Classical Feng Shui creates strategies to transform energy. Many strategies based on the five-element theory are used to activate, enhance, reduce and mitigate specific energetic interactions.
This universal, unseen, vibrational force of nature is known as Ch’i. Ch’i is a vital energy that influences daily life. Classical Feng Shui works to direct ch’i to support specific priorities.
Though CFS dates back to around 3000 BC, it fits modern science. Einstein taught us that all matter is converted energy. For example, a rock which appears to be a solid inert object, is actually made up of billions of atoms. The only solid part of each of these atoms is in the nucleus, which can be compared to the size of a fly, in a cathedral. The rest is space filled with electrical energy. Every person, every living being and every material object is filled with this energy known as ch’i.
The diverse vibrational frequencies of ch’i each correlate to an element, number, color, parts of the body, gender, actions, and a host of additional attributes. I use the interaction of the 5 elements, which are wood, fire, earth, metal and water, to see how your environment is affecting you. If the ch’i in your body is harmonious to your environment, life is relatively smooth. When they clash, life can have many difficulties and blockages.
I use mathematical formulas, compass readings, time cycles and more, to identify how to alter ch’i in a particular environment, and in doing so, alter our lives.