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Feng Shui for Life in Singapore
15 August 2008 – 6 September 2008

Feng Shui for Life, a beginner's programme to applying Classical Feng Shui, was held in Singapore at the Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel over the course of 5 days. The programme was held on the first three days between August 15 and 17, the third day on August 23, and the final day on September 6.

Day 1 began at 7:30 pm and ended at 10:30 pm, a relatively short and sweet introduction to the basics of Feng Shui, BaZi, Mian Xiang, and Date Selection principles and theories. The time allowed for working adults to attend the classes, as appropriately enough they were learning Feng Shui skills for life. Taught by MA instructor Chan Chi Tim, students were shown how to plot their own personal BaZi charts and calculate their respective Gua. For many, it was their first taste of Classical Chinese Metaphysics and many were excited to learn the basics of BaZi chart plotting, which in the future can be used to reveal much information about their Destiny when applied on a more in-depth scale.

Day 2 and 3 were both full-day classes, and was fittingly held over the weekend from 10 am to 5 pm. These two-day classes were both taught by Joey Yap. Day 2 was all about the tools of Feng Shui and how an ordinary layperson (one who is not a proficient practitioner and without the deep knowledge of Feng Shui skills!) can learn to apply various techniques in their daily lives. Joey carefully explained the key points with his usual verve and wit, making many of the “first-timers” to Feng Shui feel comfortable.

Between days 2 and 3, there were two special bonus sessions held on Feng Shui and Face Reading respectively. The former was taught by MA Instructor Sherwin Ng, while the latter was taught by MA Instructor Jessie Lee. This was an opportunity for students to learn a little more about those two topics slightly outside of the scope of their programme syllabus.

Day 3 was all about formulating an action plan that will work to give effective results. During this lesson, Joey explained to students the importance of knowing and understanding one's own personal limitations before being able to break through those barriers, either through the use of Feng Shui, or through other methods. This was also the time when she described the everyday use of Face Reading and Date Selection, and students were glad to know of the practical applicability of both those subjects – and many who had assumed that these subjects had to practical relevance to modern life were happily corrected.

Day 4, once again, was helmed by Chi Tim, and this session was about putting plans to action. Students were made to work on real-life case studies to put their newly-learned skills to the test. Students were made to already start applying Feng Shui for their own individual homes by putting to work an action plan to determine changes and improvements that can be made. This was indeed a truly enlightening yet fun session, as many students enjoyed referring to each other for help and feedback.

The final day, Day 5, was also taught by Chi Tim, and it was a good and relaxed ending to the course. Students were invited to bring family and friends to the session, and the class was infused with a comfortable and friendly atmosphere as students discussed their various thoughts and experiences, while discussing with Chi Tim further on any particular challenges or issues that arose over the course of their 5 days of study. It is hoped that many of them are able to take these Feng Shui skills for life and apply it to their respective lives for successful results in the present, as well as the future!

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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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