Feng Shui is the art of achieving harmony through your surroundings. Based upon the philosophy of chi and natural energy, one can manipulate the science of Feng Shui for your personal aspirations. You can use this art/practice in your home, office or even building. Any race or creed can practice this lifestyle, so what are you waiting for? Join the millions who have already started practicing this beautiful metaphysical science!
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|Chinese Legends & Deities|
|Chinese culture is rich in history and many remedies can include deities like the famed Kuan Kung God of War to the lesser known Chung Kwei Guardian of Harmony. Why is Ji Gong the Mad Monk used as an enhancer and solution? Learn about their historical impact which has led to their common usage...|
|Feng Shui Report|
|Get a Feng Shui report (in PDF) from Master Loong of the Yunnan Province in China. The report will focus on your: Auspicious and Inauspicious Directions, Zodiac, Monthly Forecast, Optimal layout for you and basic house advice. Advice on implementation of solutions, remedies & enhancers provided. Our most popular service! |
Flying Stars for 2007
Flying Stars is one of the many disciplines used by a Feng Shui Master and is time based: commonly viewed annually or monthly. Impose the layout of the Flying Stars over your home or office to gain additional insight.
Find Your Kua Number
The Kua number is an integral part of 8 Mansions Feng Shui, and gives you the knowledge of what your Auspicious and Inauspicious directions are. Feng Shui Masters will also take into account this information (as well other disciplines) when making a decision on remedies and enhancements of your home/life.
Consult the Oracle
The Oracle is a specialized and exclusive feature that gives you personalized advice, recommendations, and useful supporting knowledge for EACH day of the year! In addition, you can also look days or even months ahead to see when it is an auspicious day for an activity.
What is Si Chi?
Si Chi is stagnant or dying chi - reducing, lessening, fading and has an overall negative impact. It is considered to be the polar opposite of Sheng Chi, which is considered to be positive chi. Disorderly or decaying places/objects are considered to be strong sources of this negative type of chi. Many will confuse Si Chi and Shar Chi by putting them together. Si Chi is pretty much inactive while Shar Chi has a much more active state. Below is a l...Si Chi in Full
Feng Shui Wallpapers
When we do our Feng Shui consultations, we try to make sure everything is documented for easy reference: simple house diagrams, Flying Star charts for the year, etc. The templates are printable and you can now note down your observations while doing your own Feng Shui consultation! The latest documents for download:...View Feng Shui Documents
Feng Shui For Your Home
During a site consultation for a department of the United Nations in Malaysia, one of its employees asked me a question that seems to be asked often: can you give me some quick guidelines for my home without having to go too much into it? And of course, still using classical Feng Shui. House consultations are usually very detailed affairs with many layers of disciplines used and time consuming as each home is unique BUT there still is general adv...Feng Shui For Your Home in Full
Smiling Bamboo is your one stop resource for authentic Feng Shui advice, tips and proven remedies. Based in asia, we strive to preserve the true traditions and knowledge of this science so that others can benefit from this ancient oriental science. Do check out our Learning and Resource section catered for all levels of expertise!
Free Room Consultation By Our Feng Shui Masters
Submit an image of your room (yes, it could be your bedroom, living room, den, etc) and let our resident experts provide their advice and tips on how you can achieve optimal layout. This will also help us explain and provide solutions on any problems you are having with that room.
|Quick Feng Shui For Your Home||Latest Article|
|During a site consultation for a department of the United Nations in Malaysia, one of its employees asked me a question that seems to be asked often: can you give me some quick guidelines for my home without having to go too much into it... |
|Heralds of Good Times||Lastest Item|
|The Heralds of Good Times brings about the end of unhappiness and act as messengers forecasting that good times will come straight away. For those who have been facing so much unnecessary obstacles, setbacks and bad news: this is the ultimate item. Businessmen will make sure to have one somewhere in their office as will homeowners as who will always welcome good news.|
|Office and Career Feng Shui||Popular Article|
|Just as we incorporate Feng Shui into our homes, having good Feng Shui in your office or workplace is equally as important: especially for those of us who spend quite a fair amount of time in it... |
|Dragon Wealth Ship||Popular Seller|
|The Dragon Wealth Ship is one of the most powerful wealth enhancers for those who want success and wealth sailing in. Successful tycoons and the wealthy swear by them and having one is a MUST. Placing it in your home/office lets your abode become a harbor of wealth in which all things good must sail in. Even Feng Shui Masters themselves make sure they have one.|
|Kuan Yin on Arowana||Interesting|
|Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy is known for her legendary compassion and aid without hesitation to those in need. Invite serenity to your home, and enjoy a life with less troubles knowing that she will always be vigilant to make sure that harm coming your way would never reach its target. Seated on top of the famed Arowana, a popular wealth enhancer for businessmen... |
Chung Kwei: Guardian of Spirits
Chung Kwei's popularity in folklore can be traced to the reign of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang China (712 to 756). According to Song Dynasty sources, once the Emperor Xuanzong was gravely ill. He had a dream in which he saw two ghosts. The smaller of the ghosts stole a purse from imperial consort Yang Guifei and a flute belonging to the emperor. The bigger ghost, wearing the hat of an official, captured the smaller ghost, tore out his eye and ate it...Chung Kwei in Full