Ancient feng shui for modern use
The dragon point “sand and water” of geomancy should be used in the feng shui of the 21st century metropolis, although it is called “range head science”, but it can be modernised a bit and called “environmental science It is better to call it “environmental science”! In ancient times, when building a house, emphasis was placed on mountains and rivers; in modern times, when choosing a house, emphasis is placed on the area and the street.
Today no one is without a computer, so how should we use feng shui to see the impact of computers on magnetic luck? Therefore, Feng Shui should keep pace with the development of the times, do not hold the old culture as a treasure, but go through the process of learning, empirical evidence, counter-evidence, application and actual combat. The most important thing is to inherit the ancestors’ ancient culture and reorganise and improve it to establish a new style.
The feng shui science of fortune changing that I have applied is slowly emerging from the wheel of the times; it is based on the three elements of geography and the eight characters of each person’s birth, not on the year of birth, but on the year, month, day and time of birth to determine the response to the five elements, and then with the I Ching trigrams, a practical and effective feng shui science is derived. Li Juming’s Feng Shui for Luck is just an introduction, from the shallow to the deep, a good start to learning about ancient Chinese culture.”