Frequently Asked Questions
It usually takes about 1 hour or so for the consultation. It all depends on the size and complexity of the property. I will walk around the property with you to observe and collect data, and recommendations for enhancers and countermeasures are given on the spot. There will be time for you to ask questions and subsequent questions will be answered via email or phone appointment.
Do I need to tidy up?
Usually I like to see a home or a workplace the way it is "lived in or "occupied" so that I can make a correct assessment and the best recommendations accordingly.
Can I ask questions?
I suggest writing a list of questions so I can address them during my consultation visit. There will be time for you to ask questions during the consultation. Subsequent questions will be answered via email or phone appointment.
What do your services cost?
Will you keep in contact with me?
Yes. My only condition is that you initiate contact with me. I might email or write a letter now and then just to keep in touch or to advise you of the yearly/annual re-energizing. However, feel free to email me as that will be the best way for communication as it is difficult for me to take phone calls during consultations.
Is Feng Shui a religion?
It is a way of life - a tradition that was used in ancient times and adopted by many different cultures, traditions and religions. It is a 4000 year old practice originating in China. It is much older than many of the religions. People who establish feng shui in their homes or workplaces see it as a way of life that focuses on positive energy flows to enhance and transform an environment gracefully and gently into one that is nurturing, protective and calming.
Are there any well known examples where feng shui has been established?
Here are some examples of well known corporate organizations who have used feng shui to enhance their environment.
So come on, enjoy this journey of gentle, graceful and peaceful transformation of your living environment!
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Master Louisa Ong-Lee is an international Feng Shui Master who has projects around the world.
Feng Shui Tip for 2020 - The Golden Rat Year
This year the element of metal represents gold. Gold is bright and shining and is found in the Western sector, where the golden rays of the setting sun resides. In the Western sector of the home, place a porcelain or clay pot with a cover. Inside this pot place coins and cover them with citrine gemstones.