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Learning an ancient art
Source : The Star
Date : 12 Nov 2013
by Yasmin Ahmad Kamil

Feng Shui master gives hands-on training to 80 students at Menara Shell.

EIGHTY students of renowned Feng Shui master, Joey Yap, recently gained a hands-on experience at Menara Shell in Kuala Lumpur as part of their training in Yap's 'Feng Shui and Master Series - Module 4'.

According to Yap, Feng Shui experts can come in at various stages in the development of property, including assessing the environment before a project commences, once the construction has already commenced or corrective Feng Shui, where the building is already occupied.

"Feng Shui is not just about putting trinkets," he said, adding that they study and understand what is available in the environment.

Some of the major factors in Feng Shui include the environment, building, people and time.

Feng Shui includes tapping into the qi or energy in the external environment.

During the assignment, Yap's students began their task with a macro analysis by studying the environment, including analysing the water, contours of the land and mountain ranges within the vicinity.

A micro analysis is followed, to identify what must be done internally.

This helps them to pull into the energy available.

According to Yap, there are standard operating procedures (SOP) in Feng Shui.

In a Feng Shui assessment, after the environment is studied, the second stage is the Feng Shui audit, where problems are identified and corrective measures are taken place.

According to Yap, Feng Shui can identify problems including hiring issues faced by companies, among others.

Tenants will be able to attract the right people if the building is compliant with Feng Shui principles.

In the absence of mountains, alternative techniques are applied to conduct the assessment, such as a 'Flat Land Dragon' technique.

The next step is future research.

Several teams in his consulting group discuss their cases and think of future strategies to implement.

This is followed by a presentation and a report, where discussions on what can be done is conducted with architects, landscape artists, among others. Finally, a follow up is done.

Many of his students use his classes to sharpen their skills before setting up their own practices.

One such student is Canadian native, Sharon Hay, a professional Feng Shui practitioner for 15 years.

Hay, who has already taken several Feng Shui classes, found Yap's workshop useful and took it to hone her skills.

"I like coming here to get to the grassroots," she said.

She explained that many Asians reside in Vancouver, and there is a push for developers to use Feng Shui in Canada.

"The goal (of Feng Shui) is to transform lives," said Yap.

"To be good in the skill, engage in the action. The purpose is to enhance the business and so that people are healthy and happy," he said.

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