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The common mistakes of nowadays Feng Shui Learners 2

Posted by admin_issac on 2010/4/27 0:50:00 (1440 reads) News by the same author


Most Feng Shui Schools would advise their students to do research on the ancient Feng Shui Tombs; therefore visiting the 10 Famous Feng Shui Tombs in Hong Kong is a crucial study for most of the Feng Shui classes. In fact, every Feng Shui master must know the location of each famous Feng Shui Tomb.

Although these 10 Feng Shui Tombs are very famous, if you ask which is the number one tomb among those graves, every master will have a different opinion. And the main reason is that each master’s Feng Shui knowledge is at a different level.
Just imagine, if every master had the same training, their perspective of Luen Tau ( ??) should be the same; that is why all the Feng Shui books state that “Luen Tau Mo Kar????â€‌ (direct translation: Luen Tau would not be fake).

Now, back to the original topic – how come there are so many different opinions? One of the problems is related to many “so-calledâ€‌ masters who only repeat the words of the previous masters and books without really digesting and analyzing those information. If the tomb is not there, they are unable to spot any burial point - “Lung Yuen ??â€‌; not to mention the proper burial process, the depth of the grave, the grave styles, and etc. Likewise, how many masters can understand the reasons that certain graves are located at certain places and the advantages and disadvantages of each tomb?

Question to keep in mind: when you learned from your master, did you inquire yourself or your master about those information?

When I taught my in-house students in the past, I would question them before they ask me because this will make them think more; encouraging to become more responsible to the public and become a more ethical master.

In order to learn Feng Shui, you must visit a cemetry with your master and ask him/her to spot the best one grave and explain the reasons for it. Afterward, you need to research the offsprings of the tomb’s owner and proof the accuracy of your master’s knowledge. If your master is correct, finding a good burial point won’t be difficult for him/her.

For practitioners who focus on the Yan Feng Shui, have you visit some apartment building with you master and ask him/her to indicate the best unit? Many of you practice Feng Shui using charts and facings, but in an apartment, many units have the identical chart and facing, so how can you explain the differences in reality?
When you completed the above research, you might just enter the Feng Shui door. When you are able to find the right place within a short period of time, you should be heading the right direction; at least, you are not becoming a fake Feng Shui master.

When I was learning and teaching Feng Shui in Hong Kong, I still had the fortune to do some complete review of those 10 famous Grave and understand why they were chosen to be the top 10 famous Graves in Hong Kong. Today, all the enviroment has changed. The once good Luen Tau is no longer viewable due to the massive constructions in Hong Kong. This is telling us that the new Feng Shui learners does not have enough fortune learn, which totally proofs the ancient book’s saying, “ If a client want to get a good Feng Shui place without building up a good heart, a real master would never disclose the truth. ??????????????â€‌

Whether it is a good idea to study the previous tombs or not highly depends on which Feng Shui Grave you are researching.

As one of our students strongly emphasized “be careful which master you study fromâ€‌ because your master has an enormous amount of impact on your study route.

At the same, it your personality and your heart that decide what kind of master you will become.
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