What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Shway, Fung Shoy or Fung Soy) literally means ‘wind’ and ‘water’.  It is not a religion, nor is it magic.  It is the ancient Chinese art of understanding the Universe and its laws in order to bring happiness and success in all areas of one’s life.

The most fundamental Universal Law is that everything is made of Qi (energy) vibrating at different frequencies.  Therefore, in accordance with this Law, everything must be interrelated.

Feng Shui is the art of understanding how energy (Qi) moves in our surroundings, and how our environment, buildings and their interiors can affect our prosperity, abundance and wellbeing.

The art of Feng Shui has been practiced for centuries and still remains relevant in today’s modern world.

Schools of Feng Shui used by Feng Shui with Nicki

There are many schools of Feng Shui and therefore it is not surprising that there is a great deal of confusion amongst the public in general.

The Feng Shui consultations conducted by Feng Shui with Nicki are based on traditional methodologies.  The most traditional, complicated and comprehensive of the schools is Flying Stars and this where the true secrets of Feng Shui that were once protected by Masters and Grand Masters are revealed.  Flying Star Feng Shui is used in conjunction with Form School where external and internal forms are analysed in order to correctly interpret the Flying Stars of a building.  The final school used for a Feng Shui audit is Compass School which takes into consideration the facing and sitting direction of a building, which is a vital aspect to the analysis of the Flying Stars.

Flying Star school acknowledges that nothing is ever static and there are invisible forces in the Universe that are forever changing.

As with most ancient practices, varying break-away groups emerge and Feng Shui is no different.  Some of the Feng Shui schools that are practiced today are as a result of the protection of the sacred teachings handed down by Masters and Grand Masters, and the mistaken belief that western cultures would not understand and appreciate the intricacies of applying the principles of Feng Shui.  These schools do not take into consideration compass directions or the influence of time on a building.

Each home has two types of energy.  There is Normal energy, which is based on the compass direction and age of your home and this energy will never change.  You could classify this as your home’s individual ‘blue print’.  The second type of energy is Annual Visiting Energy that lasts as the name suggests, for a twelve month period.  As Feng Shui is based on the Chinese New Year, i.e. the solar not the lunar New Year, this therefore occurs from around the 1st of February to the 31st of January each year.

Clients embracing Feng Shui with Nicki receive a comprehensive audit report that outlines the energies in their home.  All homes have auspicious and inauspicious energy however by understanding this we can implement recommendations to maximise the beneficial energy and suppress the energy that is challenging.

The modern world of technology also enables Feng Shui with Nicki to conduct audits remotely using programs to accurately obtain a compass direction.  Email communication allows for ease of transmission with reports being delivered directly into your Inbox.

Applying the principles of Feng Shui to your surroundings creates balance and harmony and a specialist Feng Shui consultant will take into consideration the various aspects of every day life in areas such as business, wealth, career, relationships and academic achievement.

Nicki from Feng Shui with Nicki is fully committed to helping you with analysing the energy within your surroundings and offer solutions to help you maximise your prosperity, abundance and wellbeing in all areas of your life.

Contact Nicki at ‘Feng Shui with Nicki’ on 0438 641 515 or via email nicki@fengshuiwithnicki.com for a consultation.