Feng Shui for the Fall Equinox – Janet Mitsui Brown

Qi Infusion Feng Shui for the Fall Equinox–

(Note: Qi is pronounced “chee” and refers to “energy” in Feng Shui)

Although I practice Classical feng shui, the feng shui school developed thousands of years ago, utilizing a lopan compass, yin/yang directions, and timing of construction, I also continue to study Black Hat Sect Tantric Feng Shui, with disciples from the Yun Lin Center. I attended many workshops with its founder, His Holiness Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun, and at the conclusion of each workshop the attendees could optionally take refuge with him. That is, one was able to get a special energy blessing from him after prostration.

The days following the workshops special occurrences would manifest in my life, and the consistency of these incidences lead me to believe in energy transfusions or blessings.

The Qi Infusion

The Qi Infusion is an energy infusion learned from the teachings of feng shui masters, and in particular the late His Holiness Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun.

In the Qi Infusion I practice, we are silent and observe the universe for a short period of time, and we perform simple exercises to clear any blockages in the body, spirit or mind. We will then be mindful of the transcendental – suspending ourselves and letting ourselves immerse in the present moment. You will be amazed at the infusion of energy you will receive and the secrets you will learn.

I hope you find this information helpful. I have personally seen wishes come true when transcendental cures are done with proper feng shui practice.

It’s a profound secret I will share with you.

In gratitude, Janet Mitsui Brown, www.thejoyoffengshui.com

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