Types of Feng Shui

Feng Shui (or Wind and Water) was developed in China approximately 6,000 years ago. 

Since everything in our environment has a life force or energy called “Chi”, it makes sense and is important to balance your environment so that energy or Chi flows smoothly through all of it.  Properly applied Feng Shui helps to balance the energy flow in our environments, allowing us to take advantage of energetic, healthy and prosperous places around us.


This is accomplished by balancing the elements and unseen energy in your life and environment.

There are several different schools, or sects, of Feng Shui. Here is a list of some of these schools (or approaches to Feng Shui):

1. Traditional or Classical Schools

    Form or Landscape School of Feng Shui
    Compass School of Feng Shui
    Flying Star School of Feng Shui (Xuan Kong)
    Eight Mansions School of Feng Shui (Ba Zhi)

2. Intuitive or Modern School of Feng Shui

    Western School of Feng Shui
    Pyramid School of Feng Shui

3. Black Sect Tantric Buddhist School (BTB Feng Shui or Black Sect School of Feng Shui)

Some of these schools date back thousands of years while others are more recently modified versions of older schools.

The type of Feng Shui that Feng Shui 4 Today practices most is the Form or Landscape School of Feng Shui. 

 

 

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