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Doctor Hsu on Good Water, Fengshui

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#43: What is Good Water?

In 1990, I participated in the first Water Symposium held in Washington State (in the US). About sixty scientists and inventors participated in a discussion of the question, “What is good water?”

Most people approached this from the point of view of physics: they talked about the pH, oxygen content, molecular size, purity, conductivity, surface tension, and so on. These are all things that can be measured and put into numbers.

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What is beaty from Fengshui point of view

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#42: Beauty and the Ape

What is beauty? What is the experience of beauty?

Philosophers, both in the East and West, have tried to address this subject: in the West, Plato and Kant, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Hegel; in the East, Lao Tzu, Confucius, Chuang Tzu, and more recently Cai Yanpei, Wang Guowei, and Zhu Guangqian.

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Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 36

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#36: Looking at a Building is Like Looking at a Person

In an earlier article, we said that everything in the universe is composed of Chi. It has matter, Chi energy, and information (consciousness or thought). These three aspects exist together.

Chi energy can be recognized through form, that is, the material manifestation. Different forms manifest different Chi. When the form is wholesome, the Chi is wholesome.

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Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 17 Four Features

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#17: Understanding the Four Features

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

17: Understanding the Four Features

Feng Shui study is the study of the quality, quantity, and the coordination, of the Four Features: Mountains, Water, Flat Land (Energy Spot), and Guardian Hills. Let’s discuss the quality and quantity of these features.

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Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 15 Concept

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#15: Form School 101 – Feng Shui Concept

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

15: Form School 101 – Feng Shui Concept

We have already discussed the basic concepts of Feng Shui. The diagram below summarizes these concepts in terms of the two pillars of thought that support Form School Feng Shui.

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Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 10

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#10: Feng Shui Masters – Can You See Chi?

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

10: Feng Shui Masters – Can You See Chi?

In my last posting (No. 9), we mentioned that the two pillars of Feng Shui are natural law and Chi monism. To talk about Feng Shui, then, we have to talk about Chi.

In Feng Shui site selection, an auspicious place is one with abundant Chi. However, since Chi has no form or image, how can we tell whether a place has abundant Chi? Without objective criteria, one person can say that the Chi of a place is good, and another person can say that it is bad. How can we judge who is right?

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Dr Hsu Fengshui talk 9

Dr Hsu Feng Shui Talk
#9: What is Chi?

Talks on Feng Shui with Dr. Hsu

9: What is Chi?

The two pillars of Feng Shui theory are natural law and chi monism. In Chinese, there are many terms that involve chi, like “chi si” (complexion), “chi li” (strength), “chi po” (spirits), and so on. In other words, the concept of chi is deeply embedded in the Chinese mind.

But what is chi? It cannot be touched, seen, or measured. Everyone seems to know it, but no one can put a finger on it.

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