Classical Feng Shui

Classical Feng Shui examines the dynamic properties and cycles of the earth’s energy field.

With science as its foundation, the art of Classical Feng Shui creates strategies to transform energy.

Many strategies based on the five-element theory are used to activate, enhance, reduce and mitigate specific energetic interactions.

Feng Shui in Your Home and Workplace

The rotation of the earth’s molten iron core creates an electromagnetic field that varies depending on geographic location and magnetic direction. Based on these orientations, this field affects all inert and living matter. It fluctuates cyclically with a range of vibrational frequencies. Classical Feng Shui reveals that our yin and yang cycles manifest within a predictable framework that influences the favorable and unfavorable circumstances in our lives.

As a science, Classical Feng Shui examines the dynamic properties and cycles of the earth’s energy field, it’s interaction with the energy field within our bodies, and the effects this interaction creates through distinct physical, emotional, and mental properties that affect how we conduct our lives. With science as its foundation, the art of Classical Feng Shui creates strategies to transform energy. Many strategies based on the five-element theory are used to activate, enhance, reduce and mitigate specific energetic interactions.

This universal, unseen, vibrational force of nature is known as Chi. Chi is a vital energy that influences daily life. Classical Feng Shui works to direct ch’i to support specific priorities.

Authentic Classical Feng Shui is not a religion or spirituality, intention, intuition, a feeling or a superstition.

It’s not interior design, decorating or involve flutes, 3 legged frogs or other Feng Shui trinkets.

Nor is it a cure-all pill, or one-time, cookie-cutter solution that fits all (including money and love corners).

Classical Feng Shui Through Time

Though Classical Feng Shui dates back to around 3000 BC, it fits modern science. Einstein taught us that all matter is converted energy. For example, a rock which appears to be a solid inert object, is actually made up of billions of atoms. The only solid part of each of these atoms is in the nucleus, which can be compared to the size of a fly, in a cathedral. The rest is space filled with electrical energy. Every person, every living being and every material object is filled with this energy known as chi.

The diverse vibrational frequencies of chi each correlate to an element, number, color, parts of the body, gender, actions, and a host of additional attributes. I use the interaction of the 5 elements, which are wood, fire, earth, metal and water, to see how your environment is affecting you. If the chi in your body is harmonious to your environment, life is relatively smooth. When they clash, life can have many difficulties and blockages.

I use mathematical formulas, compass readings, time cycles and more, to identify how to alter chi in a particular environment, and in doing so, alter our lives.

History of Feng Shui

For centuries, Feng Shui masters and their few handpicked “in house” apprentices tightly guarded ancient Classical Feng Shui theories and formulas. Its secrets were poetically disguised in early Chinese manuscripts referred to as the Classics.

Classical Feng Shui is one of the oldest known unions of art and science. Archeologists found gravesites using Feng Shui concepts and symbols as far back as 4000 BCE. The oldest documentation containing philosophy and symbolism that formulate Feng Shui’s foundation is the I-Ching. The fundamental framework for both the I-Ching and Feng Shui is the Eight Trigram Bagua developed by Emperor Fu Hsi around 2800 BCE.

Historically, as an extremely protected, sacred knowledge, Classical Feng Shui was only for the noble and affluent. As Feng Shui evolved through the centuries, it experienced the natural course of cyclical ups and downs. When Hong Kong ceded to Britain in 1841, Feng Shui was integrated into its economy creating a financial powerhouse. Currently, Hong Kong is known as a Feng Shui capital of the world.


In China’s recent history, the practice of Feng Shui was banished under communist rule in 1949, exiling Feng Shui masters to surrounding countries. Within the past few decades, Feng Shui is slowly re-emerging in China and expanding rapidly into western countries. Contemporary western interpretation brought many tangent Feng Shui deviations that offer only a glimpse, or even misinterprets the true essence of Classical Feng Shui.

Due to the traditionally guarded nature of Feng Shui, there are few schools offering classes in authentic Classical Feng Shui.

Throughout the ages, Classical Feng Shui has offered a wealth of benefits to those fortunate enough to experience its treasures.

Testimonials

We thought moving and selling our home would be such a huge undertaking. The oil and gas economy had gone very bad and homes in our price range were not selling at all. The subdivision we lived in had many homes for sale and many of them had been on the market for over a year.

Cynthia and Feng Shui to our rescue! We were ready to market our home immediately, as we had already made an offer on a home in Saint George. Cynthia, who had been working with us for over 10 years, gave us the exact date to list the home and sign the documents.

We also implemented her strategies and within two weeks, we had a CASH buyer, we got the price we wanted and everything throughout the sale and move went so very precise and easy, we were in our Saint George home in five weeks from signing the contract!

We were so very prosperous and happy in our home and have continued to use Cynthia for our monthly audits 🙂

Tim and Lee Ternes — Saint George, Utah