You can’t imagine how many times I’ve heard a prospect or client tell me “Oh, I was using a Feng Shui book, and it didn’t quite work out the way I expected…”
- Who wrote the book? Was it a Chinese Feng Shui Master, or someone trained by a Chinese Feng Shui Master? I should hope so.
- What school of Feng Shui did they follow? Do you know the differences between the schools? One school might tell you that your Wealth area is in the left corner when you walk into a room, and another might tell you that it’s in the Southeast. Which do you believe? How do you know?
- Did you know that some Feng Shui Masters don’t follow the Eight Mansion Theory, which is the intersection of the home AND the occupants of the home (or business)?
- Did you know that some Feng Shui schools are simply new age “inventions”, and have nothing to do with Classical Feng Shui?
Hiring a professional takes the guesswork out of all of this, but you must be certain you’re hiring someone who is actually trained in Classical Feng Shui.
First clue? They will be using a compass.
Second clue? They will be referring to the Bagua in terms of directions (N, S, SE, SW, etc).
Third clue? They will have been trained by at least one Chinese Master. They should also be familiar with ALL the schools of Feng Shui.
Jennifer meets all of this criteria, which is why people end up at Feng Shui Style, even if they don’t start here. Save yourself the headache of hiring the wrong Feng Shui professional. Hire us. To learn more, see our About page.
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