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Feng Shui Makeover

Have you checked your chi lately? The Chinese art of Feng Shui can help make sure its moving in the right direction. Many believe that the secret of achieving everything from good health to romance to career success can be determined by your chi, which means “flow of energy.” Feng Shui teaches that one can achieve harmony with their environment through informed arrangement of furniture and the inclusion of objects such as water and stones. In order to achieve future happiness and prosperity, believers in Feng Shui suggest having a consultation by a master before renting an apartment or buying a home or business. Traditionally the title of “Master” is only given to those who have studied the art for more than 10 years. Feng Shui Master John Tsang teams with our host Shirley to help situate a home in a manner that maximizes its positivity. Email John Tsang at fengshui68@aol.com for a consultation.

Do you believe in Feng Shui?

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13 Comments

  • By Narupa – 05-22-08 at 12:51 pm

    I like the flow of energy. The plant the chime over the stove, the rocks in the glass and the water fountain. But I would like to learn more is there a way I can learn more like a book in english.
    Looking forward to hearing from you .Thank you.

  • By CiNYC – 05-22-08 at 2:37 pm

    Hi Narupa, you are most welcome. Thanks for writing in. There are many books on feng shui, the question is which are the best? Let us check in with our master friend John Tsang and we will hit you back with an answer.

  • By Lynda – 05-22-08 at 3:22 pm

    What a great video – and great advice. And the other commenter is certainly right, there are more than enough books on Feng Shui. Too many, it seems. I’d be interested to see what John Tsang has to say too – it’s always good to get an expert opinion.

  • By CiNYC – 05-22-08 at 4:04 pm

    We reached out to John Tsang to get just such an opinion. We’ll have an answer soon so keep checking back…

  • By Elizabeth – 09-25-08 at 11:19 am

    Hello Tsang,

    I’ve never tried Feng Shui before, but it seems worth the try. I’v been unemployed for a year now. How would Feng Shui help me get a job?

  • By Cool in Your Code – 10-01-08 at 2:46 pm

    Hi Elizabeth, thanks for writing in! Feng shui is a fascinating, mystical art form that many people swear by. But for a detailed and accurate answer to your question, CiNYC recommends contacting Feng Shui Master John Tsang directly. He can be reached at this email address: fengshui68@aol.com.

  • By Master Tsang – 10-01-08 at 6:45 pm

    “Feng Shui by Observation” by Peter So.
    This book you can learn the treaditional
    FengShui in a basic and simply way.

  • By Master Tsang – 10-01-08 at 6:57 pm

    To Elizabeth, There are also a way to enhance your living space as well as your wealth (in your case would be getting a job). Try to put a big bowl/bucket/tank of water and place a piece of black river stone and some Golden Pothos plant without soil into the bowl/bucket/tank (at least 1 gal size with a large opening, the biggest the better) at the following three directions of your apartment or house : East, Southeast and Southwest. at last, I have to pick a fortune day and time to put all these items for you based on your birthday.

  • By Cool in Your Code – 10-03-08 at 3:13 pm

    Master John Tsang has graciously agreed to answer all of your feng shui questions here on our site. So please keep checking back and feel free to post more about what you’d like to know regarding this fascinating way of life.

  • By vivian – 11-02-08 at 9:33 am

    I would like to know where I can buy the book “Feng Shui by Observation” by Peter So. Thanks in advance.

  • By Master Tsang – 11-05-08 at 5:37 pm

    You can order from Treasure House Feng Shui Inc. email: fengshui68@aol.com

  • By Master Tsang – 12-25-08 at 4:51 pm

    Happy Holidays to everyone!

  • By Shane – 04-18-09 at 2:07 pm

    Saw you on Cool in your Code. If I can afford your services, I would like to have you visit. I’m a social worker with limited funds but your ideas were wonderful and uplifting.

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