What does the Consultation
1. Static and Dynamic Characteristics.
Every building has forces which remain in place from the day it is
constructed, as well as those that move throughout on a 20 year,
annual, or monthly time period. Understanding those that will
always be there, as well as those that will change, and when, allows
for a consideration of the type of changes one might consider for a
particular building, as well as times when particular activities should
be avoided or engaged in.
2. The environment
The areas and forms around the building under consideration.
Certain structures, such as flowing or standing water, poles and wires,
as well as the surrounding landscape exert an influence on every living
or working space. These are taken into consideration to
understand the forces outside the building that may affect how
peaceful, happy, productive, or wealth-bearing the space is.
3. The Structure.
The layout of the rooms as well as the placement of doors, windows, furniture, colors, and shapes
are taken into consideration, as well as the use of individual spaces.
Different locations may need their own remedy in the form or color,
shape, sound, or water. In addition, potential problem areas can
be defined, and if necessary, options can be considered to minimize or
avoid their use.
Paths for entering, exiting, and moving
through the building can also be considered in order to extend the
influence of very beneficial areas into other areas of the building.
4. The Occupants.
Consideration of the persons occupying particular spaces and what
they do in those spaces can allow a determination of the most
productive, peaceful, active, meditative, creative, or
wealth-generating space for each of the occupants. By aligning
the spaces with the activities that are best suited for them, the
productivity and peacefulness can be enhanced.
For more detail, examine the
article on Xuan Kong Feng Shui.