Love between men and women is just one of the forms taken by the relationship of Yin and Yang.
Since Yin and Yang exist in everything in the universe, the Feng Shui point of view sees Yin-Yang relationships as occurring not just among human beings, or among animals, or even only among living beings, but among all entities, at every level.
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Wholesome form reflects unity. “Form defines energy” is the fundamental concept of Form School Feng Shui. Wholesome form means there is an unity, not broken or fragmented form. Wholesome form provides wholesome energy.
The Feng Shui of the landscape not only affects political and economical issues, it also shapes the character and personality of the people who reside there. We are what we live in.
Ancestor worship is an important tradition in Chinese culture. Families pay special attention to look for land with good feng shui (good qi energy) to bury their ancestors. Initially, the idea came out of love and respect.
Feng shui is about the energy related to space. Astrology is about the energy related to time. After the 14th century in China, astrologers fused their ideas with feng shui concepts linking the energy impact of a house with the time of construction and the resident’s birth time.
Master Shan-Tung Hsu explains how to analyze a country, a city and a building. The example is the city of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.
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Master Hsu explains what is Yin and Yang of a cottage and two-storey house:
Master Hsu about bedroom:
Dr Hsu says how to place a bed:
How to locate garage and watercloser on a land:
In ancient China, through the long observation of changes in nature and human society, ancient Chinese classified the mechanism of transformation into five types, which were represented by the emblems of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. This mechanism of transformation is called “Wu-Xing.”