Author Archives: Shan Tung Hsu

About Shan Tung Hsu

Dr, Hsu currently lectures worldwide on matter of spatial and environmental design in accord with natural principles. His teaching unifies his training in western science, ancient Chinese philosophy, Taoist and Buddhist meditation, and the energy work of Chi-gong/Qigong and Tai Chi Chuan, along with decades of experience in Feng Shui.

Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 4

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#4: Can the Tao Be Spoken?

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

4: Can the Tao be spoken?

The fifth chapter of the Xi Ci (or Da Zhuan) commentary on the Book of Changes contains a saying, “One Yin and one Yang make the Tao. People use it daily, but do not know it.” Over the centuries, many scholars have tried to explain this saying, but their explanations have been too abstract for most people to understand.

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Dr Hsu Fengshui Talk 2

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#2: Feng Shui is Design for the Living Environment

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

2: Feng Shui is Design for the Living Environment

When we talk about “designing our environment”, the term “environment” can refer to different scales. It can refer to a city, a neighborhood, a building, or even a room, or the furnishings or decorations within a room.

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Climax is Only Half Way of the Journey

In the Yin Yang theory, everything – every process, every transformation, and every object – has both a Yin and a Yang aspect. The Yin and Yang energy roles represent different qualities: Yang energy manifests outwardly, and tends to be aggressive, dynamic, initiating and expansive. Yin energy reflects inward, and tends to be subtle, responsive, unseen and withdrawing.

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