What is traditional Feng Shui?

Have you ever been to a place for the first time and felt good about it? The good Feng Shui of this place is probably the reason. The main goal of this discipline is to harmonize the Qi (cosmic energy) with the environment so that the inhabitants flourish and feel comfortable. Feng Shui seeks the balance between man and his environment.
Feng Shui appeared in China more than 5000 years ago and was closely related to Chinese medicine at the time. The "doctor" first balanced the energies of the house before treating the sick person.
In Chinese, Feng Shui means wind and water. Its main purpose is to allow us to live in harmony with our environment by considering and analyzing the location, orientation and surroundings of the buildings in which we live or work. The Feng Shui analysis of a place allows us to find the most positive energy of the earth (Qi) and to make the most of it.
The analysis is based on the inhabitants taking into account the orientation of the facade, the door, the date of moving in and their date of birth.

The Qi is divided into three forces, Qi:
- The luck of Heaven: It is the strength of nature, it is the temporal element. Also represents fate.
- The chance of the Man: It is the strength of will of the men expressed by the body, the soul and the thoughts of the individuals.
- The luck of the Earth: It is our environment, the place of life. We consider this earthly Qi to perform a Feng Shui analysis and it is at this level that Feng Shui has an impact.
Feng Shui can not explain everything or solve everything.  It is a discipline that requires patience and no magic wand effect is to be expected.