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Feng Shui is an ancient art developed in China at least three thousand years ago. It literally means "wind and water" and studies the quality of the “Qi” flow in a house. It also shows how we are all connected to the places where we live and work and how human beings are positively or negatively affected by their surroundings. Feng Shui is rooted in the fundamental concept of Yin-Yang, the two forces of heaven and earth, which is the basis of the far east cosmology.
Once we understand how the Qi flows in a dwelling, we can solve stagnation, increase the positive energy and reduce the negative. After making the necessary corrections, it is possible to solve or improve emotional, financial, professional and health problems. The simple fact of changing the color of a wall, rearranging the furniture or placing natural plants in a certain position, can substantially improve the energy condition of our home and, consequently, of ourselves. The benefits in our life and the way we feel can be quite substantial.
In modern Western society, Feng Shui is fast becoming a valid alternative for an increasing number of people, providing real positive change in their lives. Practical applications in the areas of interior design, architecture, garden design and urban planning, are increasingly sought after by both individuals and companies. Therapists, architects, engineers and designers will also be able to obtain a added skills that are increasingly requested to solve problems in their day-to-day lives.
There are currently two main types of Feng Shui. “Classic” or traditional and modern Feng Shui which was developed in the West in the last 30 years, based on the fusion with different cultures. The Feng Shui Academy provides courses curriculums with both these two forms.