The 11th Annual Feng Shui Society’s Conference
10-11 June 2017 (Sat-Sun), London UK

10:00-10:15   Speech by Chair of Feng Shui Society

10:15- 10:55 Feng Shui Consultant Beth Grace, USA

4 Pillars for Health and Wellbeing: Finding Your Balance

11:00-11:40 Feng Shui Masters Patricia Lee and Pamela Caparelli, USA

Qi Men Dun Jia Remote Feng Shui – Key Points

11:40-12:00 Coffee break

12:00-12:15 pm Krzysztof Pazowski, UK

Qi Men Dun Jia Software and more

Technology helps us to achieve results quicker, saves time and money. The online platform Chinese Metasoft is the Chinese Metaphysics hybrid connecting many techniques in one place, multilingual. Practitioners from various schools find the software customisable, fulfilling their needs. The website is famous from the extensive Qi Men Dun Jia charts and its search engine capabilities.  We will see how we can quickly find the special Qi Men Dun Jia structures, the technique which nowadays is applied to business and strategic planning.

12:15-12:55 pm Sarah Eberle, UK

Designing with Water

1:00-2:00 pm Lunch

2:00-2:40 pm Feng Shui Master Dr Michael Oon, UK

Traditional Feng Shui Decoded

Traditional Feng Shui is a term that has been used frequently. What is it?

Is it a mystical or religious, logical or intuitive? Is it a craft or a body of knowledge for intellectuals? Is this how Feng Shui was practised 300 years ago in the Qing Dynasty or just another modern version? Is it practised by individuals or by a team?

Is it used for residential, commercial or infrastructure? Most importantly, does it work?

Michael Oon will decode the various aspects of Traditional Feng Shui by describing his journey in this Chinese Practice.

2:40-3:00 pm Feng Shui Master and Architect Howard Choy, Germany

Taijiquan/Qigong

The main aim of this practice is to achieve self-awareness and full-body relaxation, so your five-senses and your heart/mind can be sharpened as an instrument to perceive the Qi of the environment.

3:00-3:40 pm Feng Shui Master Alex Costa, Italy

Blending Hexagrams

The blending hexagrams is a talk, from which one can learn different ways to cross the knowledge of the Hexagrams from Mei Hua (Yi Jing divination) to Xuan Kong da Gua. In this talk three examples will be displayed: 1. find where the problems are coming from, using an easy divination technique. 2. find solutions using the 64 hexagrams. 3. break the boundaries in Chinese metaphysics system and find that QI has not limits.

3:40-4:00 pm Tea break

4:00-4:40 pm Feng Shui Mike Chester, UK

How?  What?  Why?

Feng shui can be a very confusing subject to study. You may well have seen different books or heard teachers giving entirely contradictory advice about how certain methods should work or be applied: so how can you know which is right? If you have been studying for a while, then it is likely that you will have questions that nobody seems able to answer. Here is the chance to ask those burning questions that you would like answered.

With his years of experience and his pragmatic engineer’s viewpoint, Mike Chester will endeavour to give logical answers to the questions that you feel you would like to ask. To register your question, just send an email to Mike: mike@fengshuiengineer.com

5: 00 pm For FSS Members only

AGM

Workshops

Sunday, 11 June

10:00- 4:00 pm Traditional Feng Shui in Practice with Michael Oon, UK
(Full day Workshop, half day indoors and half day outdoors)

A visit to a Commercial Development in London.The development is widely recognised to be very successful commercial project.

It was designed with traditional Feng Shui from inception.

Most Feng Shui practitioners are taught in the class room. There are very few opportunities to see, experience and understand the practical side of Feng Shui, let alone Traditional Feng Shui.

The day will start in the class room going through the essential basics of Feng Shui. Then, the Feng Shui concepts used in the design.

After lunch, a visit to the site (TLF zone 2). The workshop will conclude with a discussion.

Limited space to 12 persons. Please attend the talk on 10th June to get full benefit of this site visit.

13:00- 5:00 pm Feng Shui Masters Patricia Lee and Pamela Caparelli, USA

Qi Men Dun Jia – The Mystical Door of Life

Walking Through the Doors of Life with Conscious Awareness

Define Your Journey by Understanding the Capacity of Your Chart

Identify the heaven influence that guides your thought process

8 Major Life Aspects

Wealth Capacity & Entrepreneurship – The best focus for your wealth

Asset Accumulation – Maximizing your asset capacity

Risk Tolerance & How it affects your wealth generation

Opportunities – Their quality and your ability to capitalize on them

Well-Being – How your mind, body & spirit affects you

Knowledge & Wisdom – How to use it to guide your life decisions

Family Life & Love – How to make It work for you

Brand, Image & Reputation – Your best strengths and biggest limitations

How you navigate life:

Your areas of greatest control, excellence, ease and obstacles

Use what you love to do to manage adversity

The cause of the void in your life

How to over come self punishments and live a happier life

What are your Karmic and Health issues

Personal QM charts – you will get it from chinesemetasoft.com. Further details once you have enrolled.


To Book Your Place



 

 

VENUE for the conference

Churchill Room in London House at
Goodenough College, 
Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB
020 7753 0578 
http://events.goodenough.ac.uk/contact/location

There are two main line railway stations and two tube (underground) stations within a ten minute walk, including the Eurostar station at St Pancras which connects the UK to mainland Europe via the Channel Tunnel, and Russell Square underground station which is on the Piccadilly Line and links directly to Heathrow Airport.

By tube: Russell Square on Picaddilly Line (8 mins walk), King’s Cross (10 mins walk), Chancery Lane (10 mins walk), Holborn (10 mins walk) and Euston (20 mins walk).

From King’s Cross Tube Station, go out of Gray’s Inn Road exit (near the Hammersmith and City entrance), and turn left. Follow Gray’s Inn Road for about 400 metres until you reach Heathcote Street on the right. Turn right into Heathcote Street and then immediately left into Mecklenburgh Street. William Goodenough House will be the first main building on the right, the Goodenough Club is 50 metres up the road on the left-hand side, and London House is past the gardens on the right.

From Russell Square Tube Station, turn right out of the station and go down to the roundabout. After 50 metres the road bends round to the right and 50 metres further on turn left at the T-junction onto Guilford Street. After 200 metres take the first left at Mecklenburgh Place and follow the road. London House is on your right. Follow the gardens around and the Goodenough Club is about 200 metres on the right-hand side. William Goodenough House is past the gardens on the left.

By train: nearest mainline stations are King’s Cross, St. Pancras, Euston and Farringdon (each 10 minutes walk away).

By bus: numbers: 17, 45 and 46.

By car: on street metered parking is available locally. There is also a NCP-Brunswick Centre Car Park at Russell Square (5 mins walk).

By air: frequent and easy connections are available from Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, London Luton and City airports.

Where to stay for the feng shui conference

At the venue: http://events.goodenough.ac.uk/meetings-conferences/accommodation

 

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