Feng Shui (Pronounced “Feng Shway” or “Fung Shui”or Fung Shuway,” depending if you are Mandarin, Cantonese, or American) means wind and water. It is rapidly becoming a standard practice for creating the ideal and balanced environment in which to live and work.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art and science examining the natural and “built” environment and has been practiced for thousands of years. This environment can be at the office, in your home, in a building, or on real property. It is a blend of Architecture, Interior Design, Chinese mathematics and common sense. A Feng Shui analysis examines the surrounding environment, the building, how the people interact with the building and looks at time-related factors. Based upon these considerations, recommendations can be made on how to improve your relationship with the environment around you.
2006 brings the trigram Zhen into the center palace. This trigram relates to disagreements and gossip. It can also lead to thunder and explosions. So be wary of disagreements and walk away from gossip. Also since the annual Zhen wood trigram is dominating the 20 year trigram of Gen earth, then this is a year that could see problems involving children and even earthquakes. On the up side, it is a year of expansion and new developments.