Feng Shui Module 1

It is designed for students seeking an entry-level intensive course into the study of Feng Shui and for existing practitioners who would like to refine their understanding of conflicting Feng Shui theories, strengthen their theoretical foundations and gain exposure to alternative schools of practice.
M1 is an intensive foundation course that aims not only to provide you with an introduction to Feng Shui theories and formulaes, but to equip you with the skills and judgments to begin practicing upon successful completion of the course. Students who have completed M1 will be able to apply their knowledge their have learnt with confidence and conduct simple Feng Shui audits.

Interactive Lecture Sessions, accompanied by a specifically designed complimentary Workbook and Experiential Learning through Case Studies and practical experiences of Lead Instructors.


  • Give students a vigorous grounding in feng shui theories and principles,
  • Enable students to understand the important practical applications of theories and principles, such as which factors carry greater weight
  • Enable students to develop the judgment skills needed to ensure correct and accurate readings
  • Ensure students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively apply of two key branches of Feng Shui: Advanced Eight Mansions and Flying Stars Feng Shui


Understanding Classical Feng Shui

  • The Universe and the Tao of the Earth
  • The I-Ching
  • Classical Feng Shui and New Age Feng Shui - Understanding the Difference
  • Essentials of Chi - Concept of Qi and Qi, the force and core of Feng Shui
  • Principles of Yin and Yang, Using Yin and Yang to maximise the power of Feng Shui.

The Five Elements

  • Understanding the Five Elements or Five Phases of Energy
  • The Five Elements – the Crux of Chinese Metaphysical Studies
  • How the Five Elements Work
  • Application of the 5 Elements in Feng Shui

The Ba Gua (Eight Trigrams)

  • Introduction
  • Scientific and Symbolic Language of the Trigrams
  • Use of Trigrams in Feng Shui
  • He Tu and Luo Shu numerical Formations
  • Early Heaven vs Later Heaven: Combinations in Ba Gua

Forms and the Environment

  • Introduction to the Four Celestial Animals, Basic Shapes and Arrangements
  • Interior Spaces and Feng Shui
  • Land and Site Selection
  • Four Point Gold Theory
  • Recognising and remedying bad formations

The 6 Factors in Feng Shui

  • The key factors
  • Directions and Locations
  • Practical Application of the 6 Factors.

Different Systems of Classical Feng Shui

  • Introduction to the different schools of Classical Feng Shui
  • Understanding the conflicting theories and reconciling the theories
  • Appreciation of different Strengths and Weaknesses of different theories
  • Learning to apply different systems appropriately

Eight Mansions (Ba Zhai) Feng Shui

  • Favourable and Unfavourable Chi
  • Residents vs the House
  • Wealth, Health, Relationship and Academic Luck
  • Personal Directions – Calculations and Applications.

Flying Stars Feng Shui (Xuan Kong Fei Xing)

  • Introduction to 3 Cycles and 9 Periods and the Time Dimension of Feng Shui
  • Plotting Charts
  • Flying Star Combinations
  • 5 Elements and Flying Stars – How to Remedy and Enhance Flying Stars
  • Special Structures and Flying Stars
  • Facing and Sitting Stars
  • Integrating Forms with Facing and Sitting Stars.
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