The factors in the classic
“holistic” Feng Shui

San Cai Method:

  • Heaven-Qi
  • Human-Qi
  • Earth-Qi

Earth-Qi means the physical components of the object to be observed. At the same time, the intangible, invisible effects of the atmosphere and impact on the physical form will be considered:

  • Topographic level: Landform, mountains/valleys, streams, appearance and exterior design, view, floor plan, floor plan, floor design and networking,
  • ambient level: (Layout, structuring, exterior design, interior design, Qi-flow and storage, color, acoustics, lighting, materials used) position/location, orientation, surrounding buildings and objects, form and space
  • Not visible layer: physical form created by atmosphere

Human-Qi you can analyze human behavior and the different personalities of the residents, business owners or senior staff:

  • Personal aspects: personality and behavior of the people, living conditions, motivations, needs, desires, fears, worries …
  • About Personal level: structures of families, organizations, governance, history of the place and the people living and working conditions, families, or corporate culture, cultural, social and political aspects

Heaven-Qi refers to the tangible and invisible phenomena that affect both space and time:

  • Physical or visual level: sunlight and shadow, wind, weather patterns affect the plot, seasonal changes.
  • Metaphysical or not visible layer: prospects (look and feel), psychological state (such as motivation for the person or the company, visions), temporal components (history, tradition and image of the company) as well as other Feng Shui calculations (Kuang Kong for space and time, Ba Zhai analysis of residents or staff)

The secret of a holistic Feng Shui solution is to find a balance between the Qi-qualities of heaven, earth and man.