Friday, June 26, 2009

Lets Go Back to the Basic of Feng Shui

Dirty Sungai Pinang

Lets go back to the basic of feng shui by first understand what is feng and what is shui. In Chinese, it basically means wind and water. Thus, by having good wind and good water then the place has good feng shui.
We will not go wrong if we go back to the basic. It is similar to "If you do not understand a complicated mechanical engineering theory, then go back to the Newton Law i.e. the basic."
Good wind means that you have good air. If your place has good air, then the qi or the magnetic energy is auspicious. It also means that with a balanced energy i.e. neither too yang nor too yin a place, then the place has better feng. In another word, it means if the place is neither too bright nor too dark, or neither has too much of positive energy with too much of Sun light nor has too much of negative energy whereby there is no light at all in a place, then the feng is good. In short, it basically means ‘balancing of qi’. Who will like to stay at a place where the air is dirty and smelly? Hence, I always said in my seminars that if you want to have better feng shui in your house, just go back and clean out your house and your house will automatically have better feng shui than before. This is because dust is 2 black and it is bad in term of feng shui.
Shui or water is equally crucial in the subject of feng shui. Shui creates wealth. Look around the world and you will notice, all the important cities are build beside the water. Hong Kong, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Bangkok and London and many more are next to BIG and CLEAR water.
In terms of development, Penang, the Pearl of the Oriental is still lacking behind compare to Singapore and Hong Kong. The sea surrounding the island is dirty due to pollution for the past years. Also, the sea level is more shallow compare to both the countries. Water is wealth. Thus, if the sea is not clear and clean, the luck of wealth will be relatively lower.
Feng Shui is the Chinese art of arranging buildings, objects, and space in the environment in order to achieve energy, harmony, and balance. The English translation of Feng shui is "the way of Wind (feng) and Water (shui)" or "the natural forces of the universe." Feng shui, derived from the Chinese concept of Yin and Yang, has been practiced for thousands of years.


JF Chow said...

Agree! if the Penang water no pollution, i believe Penang will be among the best state in M'sia or maybe among the best city in the world.

eeeclub said...

The local authorities should consider deepen and clean the water to make wealth.

If it is too costly, perhaps I think they can clean the water first. They should build more water fountain across the state to make wealth. A big water fountain must be constructed near KOMTAR to generate higher revenue for the state government which subsequently means more fund for infrastructure development.

Sungai Pinang should be widened and deepened, in crooking shape. It happened in Singapore that it took 10 years for Singapore to clear Singapore River (even worst than Penang River) since 1977 when at that time, most of Singaporean laughed at LKY on the possibility to clear Singapore River.