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I am are really lucky to have the opportunity to study such powerful and authentic Chue Style Feng Shui techniques as a Chue Feng Shui expert and Ba Zi Master. We have a genuine living Grandmaster as well as the purity of our Chue Style lineage, which dates back to the Song Dynasty in the year 960 AD. I am are aware of and comprehend the sources of our knowledge and practices.

"Does Feng Shui truly work?" is a question I'm frequently asked, generally with a skeptical expression on someone's face. "Absolutely," I usually respond, "but only if you know what you're doing.”

The majority of people believe that Feng Shui is nothing more than a superstition. The belief was formed as a result of the erroneous application of Feng Shui for many years all across the world. So-called 'Feng Shui Masters,' who don't know Feng Shui beyond the 8 directions and Flying Stars technique, have produced a misunderstanding about the value of actual Feng Shui. This is a very shallow and simplistic method that has nothing to do with genuine Feng Shui.

During a Feng Shui consultation, most so-called "Feng Shui Masters" today just look at the eight directions. They only know how to use the early heaven sequence's eight trigrams on the property. This is something that our students learn from the beginning of their training at the beginner's course!

They also take a measurement while standing in the house's tai chi (centre). This is incorrect, and Chue Style Feng Shui does not practice it. The most important measurement of any property should be made at the back of the home, by putting the Lo Pan against the wall in the exact place. Many pupils from various Feng Shui backgrounds are taken aback when they witness Grand Master Chan taking these measurements. They have never seen any other ‘Master’ taking a measurement in this way!

There is no need to carry a Lo Pan when measuring a property using tai chi and applying the 8 directions. All they want is a smartphone app or a simple scout's compass.

I use our own unique Lo Pan, devised by Grand Master Chan Kun Wah, in Chue Style Feng Shui. This one-of-a-kind gadget features 34 rings with different levels of information. It is one of the most comprehensive Feng Shui compasses ever devised.

In order to effectively use our compass, each Chue Style Feng Shui practitioner must be taught and skilled.

I don't only work with eight directions; I work with 64. In my consultations, I work with the 384 lines of the kwas, which correspond to the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching.

During consultations, Chue Feng Shui employs a variety of techniques, depending on the needs of the property. Unlike all other kinds of Feng Shui performed today, I do not use "one size fits all" cures in Chue Style Feng Shui. Only the Ba gua of 8 directions/trigrams and the Flying Stars method are used by the "majority of Feng Shui masters" today.

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