Feng Shui Online Certificate Course

Influence The Energies Around You To Achieve Life Improvements

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Study Feng Shui Online Course and Learn How to Influence the Energies Around You to Achieve Life Improvements 

This course examines how the arrangement of your environment and the orientation and placement of things in it affect the energy flow in your environment and therefore your personal energy flow.

The term feng shui is composed of two Chinese words: feng (wind) and shui (water). Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. Their combination determines the climate, which in turn determines our food supply and affects our lifestyle, health, energy, and mood.

By using feng shui techniques, you can influence the energies around you to achieve life improvements. This helps you to achieve harmony with your surroundings.

Your personal energy flow affects how you think and act, how well you perform, and your level of success. It is based on the assumption that your surroundings affect your physical and mental health, your relationships, and your success. Originating from China, feng shui is thousands of years old.

The principle behind feng shui is that all objects (living and inanimate) contain qi (or chi). Qi is a form of energy that is the constantly moving and changing. The goal of feng shui is to keep qi flowing gently through your environment rather than running straight through it. If it becomes stuck or blocked, qi can have a negative effect on your environment.

What you will learn with our Feng Shui Online Course

  • Essential Concepts
  • Feng Shui in Practice
  • Advanced Feng Shui – Theory
  • Advanced Feng Shui – Additional Methods

Who would benefit from the course?

Feng shui views the world holistically. All things and creatures are part of a natural order in an environment that is alive and ever changing. Each thing has an energetic value. This same energy flows through you – it’s you're what makes you alive and unique.

Feng Shui Online Course - Requirements

The Feng Shui Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Feng Shui Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

For any additional questions please see our comprehensive FAQS tab above.

Feng Shui Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Feng Shui

Part 1: What is Feng Shui?

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what feng shui is and its basic principles and tools
  • Know how feng shui developed and how it has been used historically
  • Be familiar with the different ‘schools’ in feng shui and how they differ from one another

What is Feng Shui?

Feng shui (pronounced fung shway) studies how the structure of the space, as well as the alignment and location of objects in it, influence the energy balance in the environment and, thus, one's own energy flow. The latter influences how an individual thinks and acts, as well as how well they perform and their level of performance.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Etymology
  • Basic Principles and Tools

Part 2: The History of Feng Shui

Early History

Feng shui, which is based on Taoist philosophy, originated in China over 5,000 years ago. It is one of the eight branches of Tao, along with the I Ching (Book of Changes), acupuncture, herbal medicine, qigong, nei dan, astrology, Taoist meditation, and feng shui.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • New Schools and Techniques
  • Feng Shui in the West

Part 3: Feng Shui Schools

There are two major methods in traditional feng shui: the shape system (xing fa), which is the study of atmosphere (landscape), and li fa, a time-concept method that includes the study of qi movement through quantitative calculations. Modern feng shui is a simplified version of traditional feng shui.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Form School
  • Compass School
  • San Yuan School
  • Ba Zhai (Four Pillars or Eight Mansions)
  • Fei Xing (Flying Stars)
  • Western/Black Hat/Tibetan Buddhist
  • Pyramid School

Module 2: The Concepts Behind Feng Shui

Part 1: Qi

Learning Objectives:

  • What Qi is and how the concept is relevant to using feng shui
  • The importance of Yin & Yang in life, according to Chinese tradition, and how they are reflected in the practice of feng shui
  • What the Bagua is and how it is used
  • About the He Tu and the Lo Shu, and what these mean for the practice of feng shui

An Introduction to Qi

Qi (pronounced "chee" in English and also written as chi) is sometimes translated as "natural energy," "life force," or "energy wave." Qi is not strictly a "living force," since inanimate objects contain qi as well. It literally translates as "breath," "air," or "gas." This is not a Chinese term.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Feng Shui and Qi
  • Qi and Chinese Tradition

Part 2: Yin & Yang

Introduction to Yin & Yang and Their Attributes

The relationship of yin and yang produces qi. When they are in equilibrium, qi is ample and plentiful, and there is peace. The concepts of yin and yang are central to feng shui and Chinese philosophy. They are the essence of nature, where everything is constantly changing.

The negative cycle is represented by yin, while the positive cycle is represented by yang.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Attributes of Yin & Yang in More Detail

Part 3: The Bagua

Introduction to the Bagua

Bagua (pa kau, baqua) simply means "eight symbols." Taoism employs eight graphs to depict eight interrelated principles. One is made up of three lines that are either unbroken (yang) or broken (yin). In English, they are often referred to as "trigrams." The eight trigrams serve as the foundation for the 64 hexagrams (sets of six lines) of the I Ching, also known as the Book of Changes.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • I Ching and Trigrams
  • Meaning of the Trigrams
  • Early Heaven and Later Heaven

Part 4: The He Tu and the Lo Shu

The He Tu

Legend has it that Emperor Fu Hsi (the legendary father of Chinese civilization who lived from 2858 to 2738 BCE) was traveling down the Yellow River when a magnificent white horse appeared from it. This horse had a dragon's head and a pattern of black and white markings on its flank. This dot diagram became known as the He Tu, or river map.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Lo Shu

Module 3: The Five Elements

Part 1: Introduction to the Five Elements

Learning Objectives:

  • What each of the five elements are
  • The meaning of all the different elements
  • How the elements interact with each other in element cycles
  • How to use these cycles to achieve harmony using feng shui

Introduction to the Five Elements

The five elements, or w xng, are a kind of qi. They are often referred to as the five phases, agents, actions, procedures, moves, or stages. The idea is used to describe a wide range of phenomena in many western Chinese areas, including traditional medicine.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Elements and How They Interact
  • Meaning of Each Element

Part 2: Using the Elements in Feng Shui

Each element may give another element strength or weakness. Each has its own set of properties that must be properly balanced in order to produce the desired result.

Part 3: Element Cycles

The elements have three types of relationships known as "cycles," which allow one element to influence another. These elements create (grow), control/destroy (counter), or weaken one another depending on the cycle. Both of these cycles are essential to natural law.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Productive Cycle
  • The Destructive Cycle
  • The Weakening Cycle
  • Achieving Harmony with the Element Cycles

Module 4: Drawing a Bagua Map for Your Home

Part 1: The Bagua Map

Learning Objectives:

  • What a bagua map is
  • How a bagua map is used in feng shui
  • How you can align your home with the bagua map
  • How to make a floor plan and line it up with the bagua map so
  • you can use feng shui in your home
  • Determine your front door alignment

The Bagua Map

What is the Bagua Map?

The bagua (bag-wa) map is a nine-box color chart (guas). Each box reflects a unique life condition and energy field that can be associated with a specific room in the house. The plan is to use the map to segment the room in order to increase the quality of life by improving the atmosphere.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • How the Bagua Map is Used

Part 2: Aligning Your Home with the Bagua Map

Making a Floor Plan

A floor plan is needed to match your home with the bagua diagram. Remember to mark the front door. Anything that is under their roof which is a part of the base should be included in the floor plan. A shed, patio, or porch can be included. Since not all houses are square or rectangular in form, draw the correct outline of their house, regardless of its shape.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Making a Drawing of the Bagua Map
  • Determine the Front Door Alignment

Module 5 – Beginning to Use Feng Shui

Part 1: The Luo Pan

Learning Objectives:

  • What the luo pan is, its history, and how it is used
  • The first steps to take when starting feng shui, preparing you for more advanced feng shui work
  • More about the layout of the rooms, and how you can mitigate bad feng shui with relation to room features
  • About how the placement of windows and doors can affect fengshui and how to work with this
  • An overview about common feng shui mistakes to avoid

The Luo Pan

What is a Luo Pan?

A luo pan (or lo'pan) is a feng shui compass used to calculate the exact location of a position or object within that space.  An ordinary compass serves the same basic function, but a luo pan has additional feng shui-specific functionality.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Types of Luo Pan
  • Using a Luo Pan

Part 2: First Steps

Until beginning to make improvements to the environment, it is a smart idea to remove something that may not be there or that might be attracting negative energies.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Clean Out Your Clutter
  • Broken Stuff
  • Check Your Plumbing
  • Things You Hate
  • Light Up the Place!

Part 3: Layout of Rooms

A floor plan's feng shui shows an energy blueprint that will appear in the lives of those who live there. An individual seeks a combination of social, professional, and personal aspects. This may also imply repurposing the available living room.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Missing Areas
  • Projecting Corners
  • High Ceilings, Heavy Beams and Alcoves

Part 4: Doors and Windows

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Front Door
  • Interior Doors
  • Windows

Part 5: Feng Shui Mistakes

Feng shui can be intimidating at first because there are too many factors to weigh. The sections that follow include a list of popular feng shui mistakes that can be used as a simple review when feng shui-ing a room.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Front Doors and Hallways
  • Mistakes with Mirrors
  • Storage and Clutter
  • Not Washing Windows
  • Ignoring Faulty Plumbing
  • Bedroom Errors
  • Artwork, Items and Flowers
  • Keeping Up the Effort

Module 6: Furniture, Colours and Symbolism

Part 1: Harmonising with Furniture

Learning Objectives:

  • How to harmonise your furniture according to feng shui
  • How to use colour according to feng shui, using the right elements
  • How different symbols are used in traditional feng shui and how you can incorporate them in your living space

Harmonising with Furniture

The Flow of Qi

It may take some experimenting to find the right furniture configuration, but it isn't always necessary to waste a lot of money fixing it. The aim is to create a smooth, unobstructed flow of qi that flows harmoniously from one field of visual interest to the next.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Furniture Placement
  • Furniture Placement Tips

Part 2: Using Colour

In Black Hat feng shui, color is more important than in other styles. It has already discussed briefly how colors contribute to the five elements. Furthermore, colors can elicit different feelings in different people and have different cultural meanings. It is critical to choose a color that will have the desired result.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Fire Colours
  • Earth Colours
  • Metal Colours
  • Water Colours
  • Wood Colours

Part 3: Symbolic Remedies

Symbolism is significant in feng shui, and there are a variety of symbols that can be put in places to produce unique results, in addition to the methods already mentioned.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Animals
  • Flowers and Plants
  • Other Symbols

Module 7: Room-By-Room Tips

Part 1: Hall

Learning Objectives:

  • How to use feng shui on your hallway
  • How to use feng shui on your sitting room
  • How to use feng shui on your dining room
  • How to use feng shui on your kitchen
  • How to use feng shui on your bathroom
  • How to use feng shui on your study or home office
  • How to use feng shui on your bedroom
  • How to use feng shui on your storage areas

While the strategies mentioned previously extend to all areas of a household, it can be daunting when an individual first attempts to apply feng shui techniques to their living room. The parts that follow are clues and suggestions that relate to the various rooms in their house. They are not meant to be exhaustive, but they should get them off in the right direction.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Hall
  • Sitting Room

Part 2: Dining Room

If an individual prefers a gentle flow of energy through their dining room, this is the way to go. A mirror will help to improve the flow of qi. A mirror facing the table will make the food seem more abundant, implying wealth and prosperity. This can be emphasized further by leaving a bowl of fruit on the table while it is not in service.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Kitchen

Part 3: Bathroom

The bathroom can bring a number of feng shui challenges – but that doesn't mean they can close the door and forget it! Bathrooms, on the other hand, can be obscured as far as possible, and putting a full-length mirror on the bathroom door will give the impression that the bathroom is not there.

Part 4: Study/Home Office

If a person has a preference, they should place their home office as far away from their bedroom as possible. This space is always the most cluttered, so they will need to start with a big clean out.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Bedroom
  • Storage

Module 8: Eight House Feng Shui

Part 1: Eight House Feng Shui

Learning Objectives:

  • What a gua number is
  • How to find your own personal gua number
  • What directions are auspicious and inauspicious for you, in terms of your front door, your lying positions, your sitting positions, and more
  • How to use this information to create good feng shui in your home

Eight House Feng Shui

The eight compass directions have a direct impact on each citizen, according to the eight house or eight mansions school (ba zhai). Four of them are auspicious (lucky), and the other four are unfortunate (unlucky).

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Your Personal Gua Number

Part 2: Directions in Your Home

An individual can find their four auspicious positions inside their home by dividing the floor plan into nine sectors, one in the center and the other eight corresponding to the eight magnetic directions, based on the property's facing direction. The sitting orientation (yin) is the inverse of the facing direction (yang).

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Four Auspicious Directions
  • The Four Inauspicious Directions

Module 9: Flying Star Feng Shui

Part 1: Introduction to Flying Star Feng Shui

Learning Objectives:

  • What Flying Star feng shui is and the principles behind it
  • How you can create a Flying Star feng shui chart for yourself
  • How to use the chart
  • About special combinations that occur in the chart and what they mean

Introduction to Flying Star Feng Shui

Flying Star feng shui, also known as Fei Xing or Xuan Kong (space and time), is a traditional feng shui school that incorporates a time dimension alongside compass directions. As a result, good or poor fortune is something that varies all the time. Every house undergoes major changes every 20 years, which is a vital consideration. Part 2: Creating a Flying Star Chart

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Lo Shu
  • Nine Stars
  • Palaces

Part 2: Creating a Flying Star Chart

Time Division

Time is divided into three 60-year cycles (upper, middle, and lower). - of these is divided into three cycles (yun), each of which lasts 20 years. Each time is assigned a number ranging from 1 to 9. A timely star is beneficial to a house, while an untimely star is detrimental.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Flying Sequence
  • Step 1 – Identify the Period of Your House
  • Step 2 – Identify the Sitting and Facing Direction of Your House
  • Step 3 – Sync with Your Bagua Map

Part 3: Using a Flying Star Chart

Timely and Untimely Divisions

The first move is to categorize the stars as timely or untimely. A star has a fundamental existence. And if a star is unfavorable, it can be favourable when it is timely and in its peak. Stars 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 are considered unfavorable, whereas stars 1, 6, 8, and 9 are considered favorable. 7 and 5 are the most unfavorable.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Special Combinations

Module 10: Feng Shui in Other Settings

Part 1: Architecture

Learning Objectives:

  • How feng shui can apply in other settings
  • The relations between feng shui and architecture
  • The origins of feng shui in burial and graveyards

Architecture

Feng Shui in China’s Architectural History

Feng shui has a long tradition of Chinese architecture. The concepts of architectural feng shui are largely related to those of the earlier mentioned feng shui approaches. Leaning against mountains and facing water is one of the most significant values. This can be seen in the ancient capital city of Xian, which was selected because it was surrounded by nine mountains.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Foundational Principles of Architectural Feng Shui

Part 2: Building Positioning and Animal Guardians

A mountain is immobile, while water flows. As a result, water is yang, while mountains are yin. The optimal feng shui placement is where the house is built on slightly elevated ground. This is similar to the turtle's land placement as defense and strong backing for the shelter. The weakest feng shui backing for a house is sloping land or land that is lower than the front of the house.

Part 3: Burial and Graveyards

Choosing locations for graves and burials was one of the first applications of feng shui. The aim was to protect the owner's children and bring them peace and prosperity. People were generally buried in the capital city, in their home town, or in a spot they were familiar with and cherished while they were alive.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Guidelines on Grave Positioning

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of your course assessment, you will receive 3 certificates. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course, a CPD certificate displaying the number of CPD points earned from the course and a certificate of completion.

 

Module 1: Essential Concepts

  • Part 1: A Short History of Feng Shui
  • Part 2: The Concept of Qi
  • Part 3: The Bagua
  • Part 4: The Five Elements
  • Part 5: Feng Shui Schools
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Feng Shui in Practice

  • Part 1: First Steps
  • Part 2: Using the Bagua Map
  • Part 3: The Luo Pan
  • Part 4: Doors and Windows
  • Part 5: First Impressions
  • Part 6: Tools to Balance Your Living Space
  • Part 7: Using Colour
  • Part 8: Room-by-Room Tips
  • Part 9: Feng Shui Mistakes
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Advanced Feng Shui – Theory

  • Part 1: Architecture
  • Part 2: Burial and Graveyards
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Advanced Feng Shui – Additional Methods

  • Part 1: Eight House Feng Shui
  • Part 2: Flying Stars Feng Shui
  • Module 4 Assessment
  • Final Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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About this Course

Study Feng Shui Online Course and Learn How to Influence the Energies Around You to Achieve Life Improvements 

This course examines how the arrangement of your environment and the orientation and placement of things in it affect the energy flow in your environment and therefore your personal energy flow.

The term feng shui is composed of two Chinese words: feng (wind) and shui (water). Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. Their combination determines the climate, which in turn determines our food supply and affects our lifestyle, health, energy, and mood.

By using feng shui techniques, you can influence the energies around you to achieve life improvements. This helps you to achieve harmony with your surroundings.

Your personal energy flow affects how you think and act, how well you perform, and your level of success. It is based on the assumption that your surroundings affect your physical and mental health, your relationships, and your success. Originating from China, feng shui is thousands of years old.

The principle behind feng shui is that all objects (living and inanimate) contain qi (or chi). Qi is a form of energy that is the constantly moving and changing. The goal of feng shui is to keep qi flowing gently through your environment rather than running straight through it. If it becomes stuck or blocked, qi can have a negative effect on your environment.

What you will learn with our Feng Shui Online Course

  • Essential Concepts
  • Feng Shui in Practice
  • Advanced Feng Shui – Theory
  • Advanced Feng Shui – Additional Methods

Who would benefit from the course?

Feng shui views the world holistically. All things and creatures are part of a natural order in an environment that is alive and ever changing. Each thing has an energetic value. This same energy flows through you – it’s you're what makes you alive and unique.

Feng Shui Online Course - Requirements

The Feng Shui Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Feng Shui Course
  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

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Feng Shui Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Feng Shui

Part 1: What is Feng Shui?

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what feng shui is and its basic principles and tools
  • Know how feng shui developed and how it has been used historically
  • Be familiar with the different ‘schools’ in feng shui and how they differ from one another

What is Feng Shui?

Feng shui (pronounced fung shway) studies how the structure of the space, as well as the alignment and location of objects in it, influence the energy balance in the environment and, thus, one's own energy flow. The latter influences how an individual thinks and acts, as well as how well they perform and their level of performance.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Etymology
  • Basic Principles and Tools

Part 2: The History of Feng Shui

Early History

Feng shui, which is based on Taoist philosophy, originated in China over 5,000 years ago. It is one of the eight branches of Tao, along with the I Ching (Book of Changes), acupuncture, herbal medicine, qigong, nei dan, astrology, Taoist meditation, and feng shui.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • New Schools and Techniques
  • Feng Shui in the West

Part 3: Feng Shui Schools

There are two major methods in traditional feng shui: the shape system (xing fa), which is the study of atmosphere (landscape), and li fa, a time-concept method that includes the study of qi movement through quantitative calculations. Modern feng shui is a simplified version of traditional feng shui.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Form School
  • Compass School
  • San Yuan School
  • Ba Zhai (Four Pillars or Eight Mansions)
  • Fei Xing (Flying Stars)
  • Western/Black Hat/Tibetan Buddhist
  • Pyramid School

Module 2: The Concepts Behind Feng Shui

Part 1: Qi

Learning Objectives:

  • What Qi is and how the concept is relevant to using feng shui
  • The importance of Yin & Yang in life, according to Chinese tradition, and how they are reflected in the practice of feng shui
  • What the Bagua is and how it is used
  • About the He Tu and the Lo Shu, and what these mean for the practice of feng shui

An Introduction to Qi

Qi (pronounced "chee" in English and also written as chi) is sometimes translated as "natural energy," "life force," or "energy wave." Qi is not strictly a "living force," since inanimate objects contain qi as well. It literally translates as "breath," "air," or "gas." This is not a Chinese term.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Feng Shui and Qi
  • Qi and Chinese Tradition

Part 2: Yin & Yang

Introduction to Yin & Yang and Their Attributes

The relationship of yin and yang produces qi. When they are in equilibrium, qi is ample and plentiful, and there is peace. The concepts of yin and yang are central to feng shui and Chinese philosophy. They are the essence of nature, where everything is constantly changing.

The negative cycle is represented by yin, while the positive cycle is represented by yang.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Attributes of Yin & Yang in More Detail

Part 3: The Bagua

Introduction to the Bagua

Bagua (pa kau, baqua) simply means "eight symbols." Taoism employs eight graphs to depict eight interrelated principles. One is made up of three lines that are either unbroken (yang) or broken (yin). In English, they are often referred to as "trigrams." The eight trigrams serve as the foundation for the 64 hexagrams (sets of six lines) of the I Ching, also known as the Book of Changes.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • I Ching and Trigrams
  • Meaning of the Trigrams
  • Early Heaven and Later Heaven

Part 4: The He Tu and the Lo Shu

The He Tu

Legend has it that Emperor Fu Hsi (the legendary father of Chinese civilization who lived from 2858 to 2738 BCE) was traveling down the Yellow River when a magnificent white horse appeared from it. This horse had a dragon's head and a pattern of black and white markings on its flank. This dot diagram became known as the He Tu, or river map.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Lo Shu

Module 3: The Five Elements

Part 1: Introduction to the Five Elements

Learning Objectives:

  • What each of the five elements are
  • The meaning of all the different elements
  • How the elements interact with each other in element cycles
  • How to use these cycles to achieve harmony using feng shui

Introduction to the Five Elements

The five elements, or w xng, are a kind of qi. They are often referred to as the five phases, agents, actions, procedures, moves, or stages. The idea is used to describe a wide range of phenomena in many western Chinese areas, including traditional medicine.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Elements and How They Interact
  • Meaning of Each Element

Part 2: Using the Elements in Feng Shui

Each element may give another element strength or weakness. Each has its own set of properties that must be properly balanced in order to produce the desired result.

Part 3: Element Cycles

The elements have three types of relationships known as "cycles," which allow one element to influence another. These elements create (grow), control/destroy (counter), or weaken one another depending on the cycle. Both of these cycles are essential to natural law.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Productive Cycle
  • The Destructive Cycle
  • The Weakening Cycle
  • Achieving Harmony with the Element Cycles

Module 4: Drawing a Bagua Map for Your Home

Part 1: The Bagua Map

Learning Objectives:

  • What a bagua map is
  • How a bagua map is used in feng shui
  • How you can align your home with the bagua map
  • How to make a floor plan and line it up with the bagua map so
  • you can use feng shui in your home
  • Determine your front door alignment

The Bagua Map

What is the Bagua Map?

The bagua (bag-wa) map is a nine-box color chart (guas). Each box reflects a unique life condition and energy field that can be associated with a specific room in the house. The plan is to use the map to segment the room in order to increase the quality of life by improving the atmosphere.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • How the Bagua Map is Used

Part 2: Aligning Your Home with the Bagua Map

Making a Floor Plan

A floor plan is needed to match your home with the bagua diagram. Remember to mark the front door. Anything that is under their roof which is a part of the base should be included in the floor plan. A shed, patio, or porch can be included. Since not all houses are square or rectangular in form, draw the correct outline of their house, regardless of its shape.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Making a Drawing of the Bagua Map
  • Determine the Front Door Alignment

Module 5 – Beginning to Use Feng Shui

Part 1: The Luo Pan

Learning Objectives:

  • What the luo pan is, its history, and how it is used
  • The first steps to take when starting feng shui, preparing you for more advanced feng shui work
  • More about the layout of the rooms, and how you can mitigate bad feng shui with relation to room features
  • About how the placement of windows and doors can affect fengshui and how to work with this
  • An overview about common feng shui mistakes to avoid

The Luo Pan

What is a Luo Pan?

A luo pan (or lo'pan) is a feng shui compass used to calculate the exact location of a position or object within that space.  An ordinary compass serves the same basic function, but a luo pan has additional feng shui-specific functionality.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Types of Luo Pan
  • Using a Luo Pan

Part 2: First Steps

Until beginning to make improvements to the environment, it is a smart idea to remove something that may not be there or that might be attracting negative energies.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Clean Out Your Clutter
  • Broken Stuff
  • Check Your Plumbing
  • Things You Hate
  • Light Up the Place!

Part 3: Layout of Rooms

A floor plan's feng shui shows an energy blueprint that will appear in the lives of those who live there. An individual seeks a combination of social, professional, and personal aspects. This may also imply repurposing the available living room.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Missing Areas
  • Projecting Corners
  • High Ceilings, Heavy Beams and Alcoves

Part 4: Doors and Windows

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Front Door
  • Interior Doors
  • Windows

Part 5: Feng Shui Mistakes

Feng shui can be intimidating at first because there are too many factors to weigh. The sections that follow include a list of popular feng shui mistakes that can be used as a simple review when feng shui-ing a room.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Front Doors and Hallways
  • Mistakes with Mirrors
  • Storage and Clutter
  • Not Washing Windows
  • Ignoring Faulty Plumbing
  • Bedroom Errors
  • Artwork, Items and Flowers
  • Keeping Up the Effort

Module 6: Furniture, Colours and Symbolism

Part 1: Harmonising with Furniture

Learning Objectives:

  • How to harmonise your furniture according to feng shui
  • How to use colour according to feng shui, using the right elements
  • How different symbols are used in traditional feng shui and how you can incorporate them in your living space

Harmonising with Furniture

The Flow of Qi

It may take some experimenting to find the right furniture configuration, but it isn't always necessary to waste a lot of money fixing it. The aim is to create a smooth, unobstructed flow of qi that flows harmoniously from one field of visual interest to the next.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Furniture Placement
  • Furniture Placement Tips

Part 2: Using Colour

In Black Hat feng shui, color is more important than in other styles. It has already discussed briefly how colors contribute to the five elements. Furthermore, colors can elicit different feelings in different people and have different cultural meanings. It is critical to choose a color that will have the desired result.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Fire Colours
  • Earth Colours
  • Metal Colours
  • Water Colours
  • Wood Colours

Part 3: Symbolic Remedies

Symbolism is significant in feng shui, and there are a variety of symbols that can be put in places to produce unique results, in addition to the methods already mentioned.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Animals
  • Flowers and Plants
  • Other Symbols

Module 7: Room-By-Room Tips

Part 1: Hall

Learning Objectives:

  • How to use feng shui on your hallway
  • How to use feng shui on your sitting room
  • How to use feng shui on your dining room
  • How to use feng shui on your kitchen
  • How to use feng shui on your bathroom
  • How to use feng shui on your study or home office
  • How to use feng shui on your bedroom
  • How to use feng shui on your storage areas

While the strategies mentioned previously extend to all areas of a household, it can be daunting when an individual first attempts to apply feng shui techniques to their living room. The parts that follow are clues and suggestions that relate to the various rooms in their house. They are not meant to be exhaustive, but they should get them off in the right direction.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Hall
  • Sitting Room

Part 2: Dining Room

If an individual prefers a gentle flow of energy through their dining room, this is the way to go. A mirror will help to improve the flow of qi. A mirror facing the table will make the food seem more abundant, implying wealth and prosperity. This can be emphasized further by leaving a bowl of fruit on the table while it is not in service.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Kitchen

Part 3: Bathroom

The bathroom can bring a number of feng shui challenges – but that doesn't mean they can close the door and forget it! Bathrooms, on the other hand, can be obscured as far as possible, and putting a full-length mirror on the bathroom door will give the impression that the bathroom is not there.

Part 4: Study/Home Office

If a person has a preference, they should place their home office as far away from their bedroom as possible. This space is always the most cluttered, so they will need to start with a big clean out.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Bedroom
  • Storage

Module 8: Eight House Feng Shui

Part 1: Eight House Feng Shui

Learning Objectives:

  • What a gua number is
  • How to find your own personal gua number
  • What directions are auspicious and inauspicious for you, in terms of your front door, your lying positions, your sitting positions, and more
  • How to use this information to create good feng shui in your home

Eight House Feng Shui

The eight compass directions have a direct impact on each citizen, according to the eight house or eight mansions school (ba zhai). Four of them are auspicious (lucky), and the other four are unfortunate (unlucky).

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Your Personal Gua Number

Part 2: Directions in Your Home

An individual can find their four auspicious positions inside their home by dividing the floor plan into nine sectors, one in the center and the other eight corresponding to the eight magnetic directions, based on the property's facing direction. The sitting orientation (yin) is the inverse of the facing direction (yang).

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Four Auspicious Directions
  • The Four Inauspicious Directions

Module 9: Flying Star Feng Shui

Part 1: Introduction to Flying Star Feng Shui

Learning Objectives:

  • What Flying Star feng shui is and the principles behind it
  • How you can create a Flying Star feng shui chart for yourself
  • How to use the chart
  • About special combinations that occur in the chart and what they mean

Introduction to Flying Star Feng Shui

Flying Star feng shui, also known as Fei Xing or Xuan Kong (space and time), is a traditional feng shui school that incorporates a time dimension alongside compass directions. As a result, good or poor fortune is something that varies all the time. Every house undergoes major changes every 20 years, which is a vital consideration. Part 2: Creating a Flying Star Chart

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Lo Shu
  • Nine Stars
  • Palaces

Part 2: Creating a Flying Star Chart

Time Division

Time is divided into three 60-year cycles (upper, middle, and lower). - of these is divided into three cycles (yun), each of which lasts 20 years. Each time is assigned a number ranging from 1 to 9. A timely star is beneficial to a house, while an untimely star is detrimental.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Flying Sequence
  • Step 1 – Identify the Period of Your House
  • Step 2 – Identify the Sitting and Facing Direction of Your House
  • Step 3 – Sync with Your Bagua Map

Part 3: Using a Flying Star Chart

Timely and Untimely Divisions

The first move is to categorize the stars as timely or untimely. A star has a fundamental existence. And if a star is unfavorable, it can be favourable when it is timely and in its peak. Stars 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 are considered unfavorable, whereas stars 1, 6, 8, and 9 are considered favorable. 7 and 5 are the most unfavorable.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Special Combinations

Module 10: Feng Shui in Other Settings

Part 1: Architecture

Learning Objectives:

  • How feng shui can apply in other settings
  • The relations between feng shui and architecture
  • The origins of feng shui in burial and graveyards

Architecture

Feng Shui in China’s Architectural History

Feng shui has a long tradition of Chinese architecture. The concepts of architectural feng shui are largely related to those of the earlier mentioned feng shui approaches. Leaning against mountains and facing water is one of the most significant values. This can be seen in the ancient capital city of Xian, which was selected because it was surrounded by nine mountains.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Foundational Principles of Architectural Feng Shui

Part 2: Building Positioning and Animal Guardians

A mountain is immobile, while water flows. As a result, water is yang, while mountains are yin. The optimal feng shui placement is where the house is built on slightly elevated ground. This is similar to the turtle's land placement as defense and strong backing for the shelter. The weakest feng shui backing for a house is sloping land or land that is lower than the front of the house.

Part 3: Burial and Graveyards

Choosing locations for graves and burials was one of the first applications of feng shui. The aim was to protect the owner's children and bring them peace and prosperity. People were generally buried in the capital city, in their home town, or in a spot they were familiar with and cherished while they were alive.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Guidelines on Grave Positioning

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of your course assessment, you will receive 3 certificates. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course, a CPD certificate displaying the number of CPD points earned from the course and a certificate of completion.

 

Module 1: Essential Concepts

  • Part 1: A Short History of Feng Shui
  • Part 2: The Concept of Qi
  • Part 3: The Bagua
  • Part 4: The Five Elements
  • Part 5: Feng Shui Schools
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Feng Shui in Practice

  • Part 1: First Steps
  • Part 2: Using the Bagua Map
  • Part 3: The Luo Pan
  • Part 4: Doors and Windows
  • Part 5: First Impressions
  • Part 6: Tools to Balance Your Living Space
  • Part 7: Using Colour
  • Part 8: Room-by-Room Tips
  • Part 9: Feng Shui Mistakes
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Advanced Feng Shui – Theory

  • Part 1: Architecture
  • Part 2: Burial and Graveyards
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Advanced Feng Shui – Additional Methods

  • Part 1: Eight House Feng Shui
  • Part 2: Flying Stars Feng Shui
  • Module 4 Assessment
  • Final Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

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  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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