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Dear Joey,

your course was really good. Your explained all the underlying principles very clearly. There were a lot of things that I did not know when I came for this course even though I have attended M2A in the past. I am now looking towards attending your M3 class. Thank you for your wonderful presentation.

Goh Eng Eam, Malaysia

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Feng Shui Mastery Series™ Modules 1 & 2

Module 1, 2nd February 2007

No one would actually suspect Mr. Hung Hin Cheong of being a Feng Shui practitioner and teacher – what with his affable, beaming looks and mellow, easygoing personality. But appearances can indeed be deceiving, and Mr. Hung (as he’s more fondly known amongst the Mastery Academy fraternity) is easily one of the Academy’s most experienced instructors.

Kuala Lumpur was the venue for the Mastery Academy’s first Feng Shui Mastery Series modules for 2007, and Mr. Hung the appointed instructor for Modules 1 and 2. And when every student had taken his or her seat and all eyes and ears were trained upon Mr. Hung, he promptly began.

An introduction into what constitutes classical Feng Shui (as opposed to its New Age counterpart) warmed students up accordingly, before they took the plunge into this ancient, time-tested study of the physiognomy of the land. Important concepts such as Qi, the 5 Elements, Yin and Yang and the Ba Gua were duly explained to course participants, to provide them with strong fundamentals on which they could gradually build upon.

They were then exposed to Form Analysis, which in effect, is the very reason why classical Feng Shui was developed. Having gained the momentum required, Mr. Hung proceeded to share with them the principles of Ba Zhai (8 Mansions), where students were taught to calculate their Life Gua and the 8 Wandering Stars. He emphasized to his students that in any classical Feng Shui assessment, it is important to pay attention to the main door, bedrooms and kitchen of a house first.

It was also in Module 1 that students got their first taste of Flying Stars and Xuan Kong. To many a practitioner, Xuan Kong equates to Flying Stars, but Mr. Hung must have provoked many a mind into thinking, by emphasizing to his students that Flying Stars constitute only a small part of Xuan Kong. Participants wrapped-up an intensive, compact course by learning more about the diverse applications made possible by Xuan Kong, thanks to this science’s versatility!

Module 2, 3rd-5th February 2007

If those who attended Module 1 thought the learning curve was steep enough, they were in for more thrills as they took their seats for Module 2. And leading them into amassing further knowledge on Feng Shui was Mr. Hung, once again.

The earliest part of Module 2 was fleshy and interesting enough – explanations on the Eight Trigrams (Ba Gua) and how a Luo Pan (Feng Shui compass) should be used became the students’ introduction to Module 2. They were also shown how to identify directional and location influences.

Formulas and techniques such as the Eight Killing Forces et al - extracted from notable Feng Shui classics – followed suit, as part of the course’s Environmental Studies syllabus. Mr. Hung then eased his students into a discourse on Advanced Ba Zhai, where discussions on Qi types, 8 Mansions, Gua and the 24 Mountains predominated.

This set the mood (and stage) for students to delve deeper into the intricacies of San Yuan Xuan Kong – which is credited for its ability to intersperse the factors of Direction, Location and Time in determining the Qi affecting landforms, properties and even residents! And what perhaps piqued the students’ interest most were the narrations of the stars, afflictions and application methods – all of which concluded their Module 2 exploration into San Yuan Xuan Kong. Before the course ended, however, they were given a chance to try out their newly acquired skills – on paper at least – through the case studies presented.

And while most – if not all – participants would agree that the learning curve was indeed steep, they certainly got what they came for…and more!

Reported By K.W.Tan

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Dato' Joey Yap is the leading Feng Shui, BaZi and Qi Men Dun Jia consultant in Asia. He is an international speaker, bestselling author of over 160 books and master trainer in Chinese Metaphysics. He is also the founder of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics and the Chief Consultant of Joey Yap Consulting Group.


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