Feng Shui Demystified II: A Comprehensive Course on Flying Star Feng Shui and Famous Water Formulae

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AuthorHouse, Sep 23, 2004 - Self-Help - 204 pages
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Feng Shui Demystified I, A Comprehensive Course on Flying Star Feng Shui and Famous Water Formulae, contains all there is to know about the Flying Star system of authentic Chinese Feng Shui. Unlike many other publications this book deals with the authentic and most advanced system of traditional Chinese Feng Shui, which allows you to analyze the energies of your home or workplace and explains how to harmonize them to make sure nature's benevolent forces, which support expansion and growth, are on your side. Critically and expertly presented the author analyzed the methods of different schools and explained all formulae in detail for the reader to understand how they work. This includes the use of color in Feng Shui, the "Host / Guest" relationship of energies, the "Seven Star Robbery," the "Fan Fu Yin," the "Castle Gates " the famous "Five Ghosts carry Money" and the eight "Dragon Gate" water formulae and much more. The water formula of "Perfect Heavenly Harmony" and the "Heavenly Doctor" water formula are published here for the very first time. A special chapter on the change of periods explains how the different traditions, having different concepts on the time factor, deal with it.

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About the author (2004)

Born 1934 in Berlin, the author is a qualified engineer and gemologist. He served as a German diplomat for 37 years mostly in Asian countries. Now retired, he lives in Bangkok and devotes his time to research and teaching of Feng Shui.

He acquired a fascination for Asian cultures early in life. When 15 he converted to Buddhism. While in Sri Lanka for 15 years he studied the ayurvedic system of medicine specializing in the treatment for mental diseases.

He studied acupuncture at a time, when very few in the West had any knowledge on it.

In studying and practicing acupuncture he often experienced that traditional formulas for the treatment of diseases gave some relieve, but rarely cured. Obsessed to understand why, he researched the fundamental principles of acupuncture and discovered how to apply them in order to cure.

Acupuncture initiated him into the Taoist Cosmology on which Feng Shui is based.

He says: understanding the energies of nature, which govern our fate and well-being is his passion in life.

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