Understanding Classical Feng Shui
The Principles of Yin and Yang, using Yin and Yang to maximize the power of the Five Elements – an Intensive and Comprehensive Understanding
The Ba Gua (Eight Trigrams)
The 6 Factors in Feng Shui
Different Systems of Classical Feng Shui
Eight Mansions (Ba Zhai) Feng Shui
Flying Stars Feng Shui (Xuan Kong Fei Xing)
Introduction to Feng Shui Mastery Module 3
Internal Feng Shui
External Feng Shui
Greater External Feng Shui
Part One: Assessing Mountains and Dragons
The Tan Lang Nine Stars (3 Auspicious 6 Elegance)
The Piercing Mountain 72 Dragons
Earth Penetrating 60 Dragons
Equal Division 60 Dragons
Part Two: Landform Embrace
Formula to Assess the Quality of the Land Embrace
Part Three: Water Feng Shui
San He – 4 Major Water Structures
Water Exits and their Significance
Using the Water Plate
Part Four: San He Landform Structures
Topic One : Classical Feng Shui – The Module 4 Overview
Topic Two : Luan Tou Feng Shui – The Entering Earth Eye
B. Dragons in Feng ShuiThe Entering Earth Eye
Special Forms in the Embrace
D. WaterForms of Water
E. Meridian Spots
Topic Three : Yang House Essentials
Topic Four : Date Selection Techniques
A general overview of the course content and structure:
This is an advanced level, where your instructor will assume that you are more than familiar with how the 5 Elements interact with each other.
You will learn which element produces faster than its counterparts, and under which conditions an element will or will not produce.
In short, you will learn how Qi is used to enhance Qi. An in-depth knowledge of the 5 Elements is crucial if you wish to apply the ‘predictive’ aspects of Xuan Kong Feng Shui effectively as a practitioner.
Numerology refers to the usage of numbers to represent phenomena and Star attributes. 3 variables come into play here; namely Time, Space and Events.
Students will learn how to use Numerology to decipher Gua and understand Qi.
One of Xuan Kong’s greatest yet hidden strengths lies in its ability to allow practitioners to skillfully invert negative or inauspicious stars into positive ones. By this, we are talking about converting negative Qi into positive Qi. For instance, we are now in Period 8, with Stars #2 and #3 considered inauspicious. A period is equivalent to 20 years of the Gregorian calendar.
It would be unfeasible and impractical to ‘wait out’ the ill effects of such stars over the next 20 years (or longer)! This is where Xuan Kong comes in handy. Students can look forward to learning how to convert out-of-timing, inauspicious stars into positive stars!