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Classical Feng Shui...the hands-on way!

Feng Shui Mastery Series™ Module 4, 17th-23th October 2007

“…we actually got to apply the formulas found in the classical texts in real situations and case studies, and that’s what I liked most about Module 4!”
Sherwin Ng, Malaysia

Indeed, it is one thing to learn about, and study the tenets of Classical Feng Shui in a classroom.

But it’s another kettle of fish altogether, when you actually get to apply what you’ve learnt in the classroom, to real-life scenarios.

They came from all corners of the world…experienced Feng Shui masters and keen students of the discipline - some from as far as the United States, Europe and South Africa. Having mastered the various formulas from earlier Modules, they converged upon Kuala Lumpur with a solitary purpose in mind: To master the subtleties of advanced Feng Shui techniques, under the guidance of Joey Yap himself.

Module 4 kicked off on Wednesday, October 17th with an orientation session, where Joey welcomed his students, before briefing them on what they would be encountering over the next 6 days. The rest of Day 1 was filled with lectures and discussions, which allowed all involved to exchange advanced Feng Shui theories (and their applicability in practice) with one another. Experiences were narrated, with Joey interposing every now and then to clarify certain facts or points to shed light on the formulas and precepts excerpted from the various ancient classical tomes.

Day 2 dawned bright and early, as the entourage proceeded to make their way to the Damansara Indah residential development, for their 1st practical audit. Similar audits on Yang House (i.e. homes of the living) Feng Shui were carried out at the Le Marc Residences in Kuala Lumpur and Damansara Promenade residential project in Kota Damansara, Selangor on October 19th (Day 3) and 20th (Day 4) respectively. Under Joey’s watchful guidance, participants went about identifying different landforms, taking directions and applying both external and internal Feng Shui formulas to the different audit sites they visited. Afterwards, everyone gathered around Joey to have their findings confirmed, or corrected accordingly. Formulas from the classics, such as Xue Xin Fu (Snow Heart Classics), Ru Di Yan (Entering Earth Eye) and Di Li Bian Zheng (Earth Study Discern Truth) were aired, and discussed accordingly. In fact, one of the most interesting and talked about topics was the `Five Ghosts Carry Treasure’ (Wu Gui Yun Cai) formula; a wealth-generating technique which, although an immensely powerful one, must be carefully applied and in the right dosage as well – otherwise the outcomes could well be detrimental to the occupants of a household. The `Five Ghosts Carry Treasure’ is one of the most popular - albeit widely misapplied - techniques in Classical Feng Shui; hence prompting Joey to share tips and pointers on this formula with his students.

Now, Yin House Feng Shui, which revolves around the selection of suitable final resting places to bring about good descendent luck for a deceased person, is often considered a taboo subject especially in Asia…perhaps due to its association with the topic of death. Nevertheless, as Joey led his students on an audit of the scenic Semenyih Memorial Hills Park - which sprawls across an area approximating 100 acres – it presented the latter with a truly unique opportunity to hone their skills in selecting the best types of burial plots possible, for an individual person. In particular, they were prompted to note the Incoming Dragons; as well as the presence of a Water Mouth (i.e. Qi source) that, by virtue of passing through the Sun and Moon Stars, possessed the potential to create famous astrologers amongst the descendents of a person laid to rest in the spot itself. Another day, with another lesson well learnt!

On the day of the last practical audit for Module 4, participants were taken to the Seputeh Office Blocks in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. There, Joey instructed them to apply their knowledge of macro-Feng Shui to an entire commercial complex, so as to benefit the occupants of these office suites. As the usual post-audit meeting took place later on, he presented his students with a highly-practical and useful pointer…in the form of techniques on how to rectify any macro-flaws they may find while auditing large buildings and complexes sprawled across a relatively large piece of land.

Alas, all things must come to an end…and October 23rd (Day 7) of Module 4 was packed with debriefings and lectures, which provided a platform for students to interact and exchange their findings with Joey and fellow participants, for one last time. Towards the end of the final lecture session, Joey left his students this piece of parting advice: “Remember…whenever you carry out an audit, focus on what’s important, and weed out what’s unnecessary. That way, you’ll avoid confusing yourself, and be able to concentrate more clearly on what you intend to achieve at the end of the day!”

And as every participant joined Joey at their Graduation Dinner (Module 4 being the highest level in the Mastery Academy’s Feng Shui Mastery SeriesTM), there was an air of reluctance that tinged an otherwise cheerful atmosphere. One by one, pride was deservingly etched on the faces on those who stepped to the front of the dining room, to receive their scrolls from Joey himself. The order of the day concluded, the curtains fell upon Module 4, as everyone retired for the evening…while some returned to their rooms to pack their bags, before catching the next flight out of Kuala Lumpur to their respective home countries.

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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