Feng Shui is the metaphysical interpretation of the environment. And for the purposes of the real estate profession, it can be regarded as a metaphysical house inspection. This can, and often does, create a conflict of interest for some property transactions. I have often said to realtors That if I had been in their profession, I would not need to socialize with a Feng Shui consultant. And I’m being sincere. I would only wish to market properties and I would not want to see anything hinder or complicate the sale. Especially for something which can’t be supported by any western standards. In the end, this is nothing like discovering a house has toxic mold or asbestos or a roof that needs replacing.
It is a way to diagnose what type of affect the arrangement will have on its occupants, for good or for bad. In traditional feng shui consultation there are ways to categorize structures as being inherently supportive or undermining for the occupants’ professions, health, and relationships. There are now people all around the world that are interested in these principles and they do not mind advertising their excitement or admiration for the culture it comes from. There are numerous Faculties, methodologies and approaches. However, with the conventional or classical Colleges, the first item of advice to obtain is the year of building. After that, a precise compass reading is done in order to ascertain the orientation of the house or business. Feng Shui is a manifestation of Space-Time Theory. And it is a predictive art. After calculations are performed, combining the year built and the orientation, it may show a lot about the possible impact of the structure on people long term. These calculations define at kind of magnetic field, though invisible, that is extremely strong and predictable in its effect on humans and animals.
Feng Shui is a very historical system, developed over centuries in China and then it spread to all parts of Asia. A number of different cultures have their versions of it. It includes observations about seasons and nature, landscapes and topography. It has theories about how design and interior design can affect our moods, our imagination and ability to focus, in addition to specific health problems that could lead to repeatable physical attributes collide. In Scientific American, an Article was written by Emily Anthos, April 22, 2009, titled, The Way Room Designs Affect Your Function and Disposition: Brain research helps us craft spaces that relax, inspire, wake, comfort and cure. The report starts with a nod to prizewinning biologist and Doctor Jonas Salk who believed that the physical area he worked in could have an immediate effect on his ability to think freely and find a cure for polio.