Feng Shui explores the ways in which man can live most effectively in harmony with his environment in order to achieve a maximum of well-being, happiness and satisfaction. Feng Shui deals mainly with the design of buildings and landscapes, analyzes the different forms of energy (CHI) that act on us, and tries to suppress unfavourable effects or to reinforce favorable influences with appropriate measures.


Wind & Water

What is Feng Shui

Feng Shui comes from the Chinese and means translated, “wind and Water”. Feng Shui is the art of living in harmony with our visible and invisible environment. Living in harmony means health, well-being, professional success, personal happiness and spiritual growth.


To achieve this goal, it is necessary for us to strengthen the positive forces and to avoid negative forces. In ancient civilizations, as well as in ancient China, man was striving to put harmony between himself and his surroundings. For this purpose it was necessary to study the laws of the visible and invisible world, and to apply it for the benefit of the human being. By selectively applying the rules of Feng Shui, we can, among other things, find the environment that is suitable for us, and if necessary, specifically change it.

The art of Feng Shui has been practiced in China for more than 3000 years and has also been constantly adapted to changing life and living conditions. Different Feng Shui schools emerged for the tasks required in the various Chinese regions. These schools work according to different guidelines, but complement each other to achieve a holistic Feng Shui system.


Feng Shui Landscape

The Form School

Form school is extremely important and you cannot conduct a consultation without taking the landforms into consideration. Form School is the analysis of the land on the outside of a building, its contours such as mountains and the placement of water. In addition to the outside influence; the inside of the house must also be considered, focusing on the placement of furniture.


Today using Form School means analysing natural features such as trees, hills, mountains, rivers and lakes. In the urban environment, this also includes other buildings, walls and fences. Form School is still relevant today.

Feng Shui Kompass

The Compass School

Compass Schools, as the name suggest, use compass bearings and various feng shui calculations, but within this group, there are differences. Methods such as Eight Mansions or Eight House (Ba Zhi) are increasingly popular but very often misunderstood. This system uses the 8 trigrams to designate auspicious and inauspicious sections of a building, but having been greatly simplified, often causes great confusion

Although useful when properly implemented, Eight House does not account for the effect of time on the energy within a building and is therefore not as dynamic as other methods.


The Analytical School

The analytical School of Feng Shui is based on a direct perception or determination of energies, structures or other influences. The experiences and perceptions made are analyzed and merged into a theoretical overall concept.

For the direct determination of energies, structures and other influences, the use of the Biotensor, Pendulum and Dowsing-Rod are proven technologies, other methods, such as kinesiology, are also suitable for direct determination of energies.