Feng Shui


Feng Shui theory originate from Yi Jing – “Book of Change” – which was created by a genuis named Fuxi five thousand years ago in China. “Yi Jing” was further developed by other two masters Zhou Wen Wang and Confucius for another two thousand years.  It includes ancient philosophy, scientific methodologies,and art of timing for major decisions in life.  Yi Jing is an important part of Chinese culture and its wisdom can be applied to almost every aspect of human life.

We aim to share Feng Shui knowledge and wisdom with everyone. With a modern approach to this ancient theory, our Feng Shui workshop will help you to  improve health, gain wealth and archive work-life balance.

Feng Shui can help you to gain health, happiness, wealth and romance in life.  Use Feng Shui knowledge for better strategies and positive attitude.

Listen to our Fengshui Program Interview by Chinamerica below

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1. What is Feng Shui 

Feng Shui is an art of analyzing the Qi ( see the section “What is Qi in Feng shui” ) of people’s living/working environment and how the Qi would affect people. In Chinese “Feng” means wind, “Shui” means water. The name “Feng Shui” probably comes from the original understanding of the interaction between Qi and wind/water. Traditional Feng Shui script says “Qi” is dispersed by wind and gathers at the boundary of water”. Through centuries of empirical research and statistical analysis, Feng Shui masters made new discoveries, redefined old theories and passed down the knowledge to the new generations.

Regardless of the different schools of theories and methodologies, the goal of Feng Shui is to improve people’s quality of life or performance of a business/city/country. It is a goal-oriented art and science. Generally speaking, Feng Shui is about creating a comfortable and harmonious living/working environment for people. Once this is achieved, we go to the  next step to make use of the tools in Fengshui to support people’s goals and suit people’s specific needs.

2. What is “Qi”

“Qi” is the core concept of Feng Shui. Simply speaking, Feng Shui is just about analyzing Qi and harnessing Qi. But what is Qi?

Some people say it’s natural energy such as energy from wind, some others say it’s cosmic energy, still others say it’s electromagnetic fields. In Taoism, it is the substance that keeps people alive and vibrant. In one word there is no agreement about what Qi is yet. Why is it so hard to reach an agreement? Three reasons: first, it is a concept from ancient Chinese and the meaning of Qi has been changing as people know more and more about the world, universe and human-beings. Second, it’s not a scientific concept such as energy or force that has stringent definitions. Even in Taoism, Qi seems to mean different things in different cases. Let’s say Qi is energy, then what type of energy it is? Wind energy, Cosmic energy, or nuclear energy? It’s not clear. Third, there is a effective way to measure Qi. People can’t see it , hear it, taste it or touch it. There is not instrument that claims to be able to measure Qi. It seems to be immeasurable.

In scientific terms, the concept that has the closest meaning to Qi is field, maybe a vector field since Qi has direction. In physics, field is a mathematical construct that has value for each point in space and time. The field occupies space, contains energy and its presence eliminates a true vacuum. The field creates a “condition in space”( according to Feynman’s lectures on physics ) such that when we put a particle in it, the particle “feels” a force, be it a gravitational force or electromagnetic force, etc. It’s also hard to measure field itself directly. The concept of Qi is very much like the concept of field. People create the concept of Qi ( just like people create the concept of field ) to understand the nature and interpret the phenomena in nature.

So  “Qi” is something that is created by the nature and interacts with matters. There is a specific type of Qi called “Sha Qi”. Feng Shui masters call Sha Qi a merciless, killing or simply bad Qi in Feng Shui terminology. I list some common types of Sha Qi in “List of Common Feng Shui Issues”. Using “field” analogy, Sha Qi is the type of “field” generated by the environment that will disturb or disrupt the “field” generated by the human-being. The phenomena we can observe is people might become unhealthy, feel uncomfortable, or cannot think/behave normally, etc, if affected by Sha Qi. In general, we want to avoid Sha Qi.

3. Misconceptions about Feng Shui

photo-10There are common questions about Fengshui.

Is Feng Shui superstition?
There are multiple reasons that Feng Shui is considered as superstition by some people.

First and the major reason, people don’t truly understand what Feng Shui is and hear from others saying Feng Shui is superstition.  Obviously this is not the right or fair way to think of Feng Shui.

Second,  “the new age Feng Shui” does contain lots of non-scientific “cultural superstitions”. There are some examples below in this section. This creates the image in people’s minds that Feng shui is superstition.  But there are  Feng Shui consultants that practice traditional Feng Shui, based on observable principles.

Third, the concepts in Feng Shui are very different from concepts in natural science such as physics, chemistry, biology, etc. People tend to think in terms of white or black but this is not true. Just as “force” is a concept people create to interpret interaction between macroscopic bodies, “Qi” is a concept people create to understand the interaction between objects. Essentially you can replace “force” by any other name you like but in convention people call that “force”. Feng Shui should not be treated as superstition because some concepts in it are abstract or different from other natural science.

Fourth, the theory in Feng Shui is not fully developed yet. Even Feng Shui consultants don’t understand the underlying physical mechanism of some theories in Feng Shui. However,  based on the personal experiments and data collection from Feng Shui scripts, they work. It’s not right or fair to say something is superstition because some theories in it are not fully developed. You cannot say physics is superstition because Newton’s second law “F=ma” doesn’t take into account  relativistic effect.

Is Feng Shui about decorating the house with “good luck” or special objects including paintings, Bagua mirrors, crystals, little stones, color papers, sculpture, all kinds of art items, doohickeys and figurines, etc?

 This is a common and major misconception about Feng Shui. Feng Shui is about analyzing Qi and harnessing Qi. It is true that sometimes, aquariums, plants or light, etc are used to tap/activate beneficial Qi but the placement of “good luck” or special objects is only part of “culture”. They might work to some extent but it’s not part of Feng Shui.

Is the house number, floor number, car number, phone number, credit card number part of Feng Shui?

 Auspicious numbers are part of “culture superstition”, like fortune cookies. They are not part of Feng Shui. In Feng shui, we talk about Qi, those numbers have nothing to do with Qi profile.

Can I become rich/powerful ( or find my true love ) by living in a good Feng Shui house?

 This is another major misconception. Good Fengshui does NOT make one rich or powerful. Good Feng Shui can increase the chance or opportunity for one to become rich or powerful, or conversely, to lose the opportunity. One still has to seize those opportunities. There is no free money. Same for relationships.

I tried some Feng Shui love rituals but nothing happens to me. Does Feng Shui magic work?

 There is no ritual thing involved in Fengshui. Any spiritual practice is not part of Feng Shui. Feng Shui is not magic either. It’s not that Feng Shui doesn’t work if you attempt to use tools that are not part of  Feng Shui.

My back hurts, I have headache, my stomach doesn’t feel good, I have constipation, etc. Can I use Feng Shui to solve the problem?

 One should probably see a doctor to solve health problems. True, certain bad Feng Shui can cause health issues but there is no way that Feng Shui can fix health problems. Medicine fixes health problems.

I had really bad luck recently. Could there be some Feng Shui problems?

 Not necessarily. There could be multiple reasons. If one is indeed talking about “luck” then it’s possible that he/she just enters into a “bad luck” period. That’s why the astrology and physiognomy analysis should always be taken into account during Feng Shui consultation.

4. What is our standard Business Feng Shui consulting  procedure

This is a full protocol. In reality certain steps are excluded or modified.

  1. Communicate with the client and understand the client’s specific needs. Make a list of all the requests from the client. This is always the first step before doing any analysis because this will determine what tools in Feng Shui will be applied.
  2. Evaluate the landform ( mountain, water, etc ) and all other environmental features ( building, road, traffic flow, etc ) using Feng Shui rules. Pick a location for living/business based on the evaluations. Definitely avoid location with major Sha Qi (See the section “What is Qi in Feng Shui” and “List of Common Feng Shui issues” ). If the location is pre-determined and there is major Sha Qi from exterior according to the evaluation, certain remedies are necessary.
  3. Determine the location and direction of the main door or main entrance using “Flying Star” method ( from “San Yuan” system, See the section “Schools of Feng Shui” ) if the main door has not been constructed yet. The location/direction of the main entrance is the connection between the interior and exterior so it will affect the Qi flow to a great extent. This step is to ensure that the location/direction of the main entrance is most favored and beneficial for the target person or business.
  4. Construct the interior without causing any flaws in Feng Shui if not yet constructed.
  5. Evaluate the interior features. Remove or modify any constructions/placement that might generate Sha Qi from inside.
  6. Analyze the client’s Ba-Zi chart ( a type of Chinese astrology that is closely associated with Fengshui ). Do the face reading and palm reading analysis. This is a critical step because the next three steps will depend on the result of the analysis in this step.
  7. Measure the direction of the building/house/apt/room. Use Eight-Mansion theory (See the section “Schools of Fengshui” ) to determine the sectors that govern different aspects of the business ( revenue, employee relationship, support from customers, etc ) or target person’s life
  8. Use Flying Star method to analyze the Qi profile. Determine the placement of furniture ( bed, desk, table, chair, couch, etc ) or Feng Shui product ( plant, light bulb, etc ) in certain cases.
  9. Answer client’s questions. Solve any specific issues if not yet solved in previous steps.


Personal Feng Shui workshop

The goal of personal feng shui analysis  is to assist one in understanding his/her strength and weakness, making decisions in uncertainty, knowing what options he/she has in his/her life. Personal feng shui and home feng shui analysis are combined to pursue good fortune and avoid disaster. The tools used in personal Feng Shui analysis include astrology, physiognomy, palmistry, and common sense. Personal Feng Shui analysis is different in fortune telling that its basic assumption is there is no destined fate. The heredity, personality, options and decisions determine the life path.

Training scope:

a) Astrology
1) basic knowledge about Chinese astrology and Western astrology
2) one example to illustrate how the analysis is done

b) Physiognomy
1) relationship between the face and the brain
2) examples to illustrate what the face can tell you
3) It’s not only about face. Voice, complexion, expression, action, body, etc are also involved in the analysis

c) Palmistry
1) basic knowledge about western palm reading
2) quick palm reading case study

d) Common sense
How common sense is involved in the analysis

Next public workshop Time: 1/11/2014, 4-6pm
Length: 2 hours (1 hour learning, 1 hour Q & A)
Place: Wall Street Chinese, 32 Broadway suite 1812, NY, NY 10004
Cost: $38/person

ACH payment link:  https://ipn.intuit.com/payLink/guestPay/WallStreetChinese?pay=pay

2. Home Feng Shui workshop

1.  “form” analysis – how to pick location for your home
a) identify negative features from surroundings
b) identify negative  features in floor plan

2.  “form” analysis 2–how to set up the proper internal layout
– Bedroom
– Living room
– Bathroom

3.   ”formula” analysis–how to create positive features for owners
a) 8-mansion system–calculate auspicious and inauspicious directional sectors inside the house and personal orientations
b) yearly flying star method–calculate spots that are favored for your wealth, health, relationship, study, etc

4.   Introduction of personal profiling
a) understand personal strength and weakness
b) timing actions
c) match oneself with the setting of your home

Next public workshop Time: 12/14/2013, 4-6pm

Length: 2 hours (1 hour learning, 1 hour Q & A)
Place: Wall Street Chinese, 32 Broadway suite 1812, NY, NY 10004
Cost: $38/person

ACH payment link:  https://ipn.intuit.com/payLink/guestPay/WallStreetChinese?pay=pay

3. Relationship Feng Shui workshop

Do you know that people with certain features are more likely to have relationship hassles than others? Do you know how to identify those features that are very likely to cause relationship problems? Do you know how to effectively avoid those relationship issues? Here is how. The purpose of the training is to help people improve their own relationships and live a better life from Feng Shui and physiognomy perspective. The handy techniques introduced in the workshop are simple and effective and have been proven by many real cases. Everyone can easily apply those techniques in their daily lives and benefit from them.Training scope:
1. How to identify a good match for you using face reading
2. How to spot an existing or incoming relationship problem
3. How to improve existing relationshipsTime:  2/8/13, 4-6pm
Length: 3 hours including 1 hour Q&A
Place: Wall Street Chinese, 32 Broadway Suite 1812, NY, NY 10004
Cost: $38/personACH payment link:  https://ipn.intuit.com/payLink/guestPay/WallStreetChinese?pay=pay

1.Individual Feng Shui consultation 
This service aims to help individuals improve their judgement and choose the best personal strategy in life, health, wealth, career, relationship in general. The tools used in personal Feng Shui analysis include astrology, physiognomy,palmistry etc.  This is a by-donation service as our goal is to share, help and inspire as many people as possible.

Individual Fengshui consulting: suggested donation: $88 per reading (30-60 min)

2. Home Feng Shui consultation 
It is an on-site consultation on your home’s exterior and interior layout and your household.  It is ideal for new home owners before your decision of purchase.  We also provide suggestions to improve your living conditions, romance, wealth, health, knowledge and timing of renovations, etc.

The price for Home Feng Shui consulting  is $188 per time(one hour consulting time)  including travel expense within NYC area.  If one way travel time is over 1 hour, extra charge may apply.

3. Relationship Feng Shui consultation 

One of the main goals of Feng Shui is to improve relationships, particularly romantic relationships. There are multiple handy techniques in Feng Shui that can be applied to help improve relationships and identify a good match to establish a new relationship. It’s all about picking the right location and orientation to activate and tap the Qi for relationship. In addition, Feng Shui techniques can be more helpful and powerful when combined with Physiognomy and Astrology. Physiognomy can tell you if a guy/gal is reliable and trustworthy and if he/she is a potential good match. Astrology can do the timing for you. It will indicate when you will be most likely to start new relationship, get married or have troubles in relationship. Knowing things that may happen ahead of time help you avoid troubles and misfortunes. We also provide practical suggestions to improve existing relationships, solve relationship issues, and avoid relationship hassles. Some simple and effective internal object placement may be suggested as well.

Charge: $99 /person/ hour


– “Dr Li provided accurate facts about me. He answered my career questions and gave me advice on them too’.  – Anna M, a client for Individual Feng Shui consulting

– Dr Li was able to effectively match up a number of events in my life with his calculation in order to help predict good and bad times to make key decisions in my life. The reading  is effective.  – Janu V. owner of Structure integration

– Dr Li is very accurate, honest, his personal and home Feng Shui consultation is very helpful and professional with a very trusting and scientific approach. We will definitely recommend him to my friends and business associates. – Simon & Catherine Mok

Li was very helpful and very supportive in offering suggestions to make my life more comfortable and successful. Definitely worth it!
– Sabra Brock, Dean of Touro graduate school of business

– Dr Li was very helpful and honest. He was very thorough with his explainations. He gave suggestions and options on how to improve home Feng Shui layout. I would recommend Dr Li to my friends and family.  – Michelle Nguyen about her home Feng Shui consultation experience

– It was very refreshing to go through important aspects of my life with Dr Li. He gave me good guidance as to how to go about my career, home, personal life. I am thankful to him for his knowledge and care.    – Jassara Lee, fashion designer and business owner

– Dr. Li’s  Home Feng Shui Consultation was a wonderful experience. The suggestions he had for us and our new place have improved our lives tremendously. His honesty and knowledge are impressive. I felt a true connection with him.Thank you both for guiding us in this journey of our lives.   – Jose Quinowes, home feng shui consulting service user

– I respect Lee’s prediction a lot. He is dedicated and professional, very passionate about Feng Shui!  – Lisa Z. Financial analyst

– Dr. Li did analysis and forecast on my current and future career development from Feng Shui perspective, then he not only explained the inner logic of his analysis and forecast in a detailed manner, but also provided specific advice and suggestions regarding my future career development. It was an very interesting, meaningful and enlightening experience doing Feng Shui consulting with Mr. Li.  – William H. Graduate student

– Dr Li was very patient and pretty accurate. His session was also very educational and enjoyable. – Angel C, Personal Feng Shui consulting

– I am a partner of an IT consulting firm in central New Jersey. I also have my own consulting firm specialized in IT infrastructure and data analysis. I have had an opportunity to have Mr. Li Li forecasting my career recently. It’s a great conversation that exceeds all my previous similar experiences: It’s accurate and right to the point. Being a Chinese myself, I see the unique combination of modern science and traditional Chinese Yi Jing in Mr. Li’s approach and really think this is correct way to extend this ancient practice going forward. Mr. Li is also very personable and respects client’s privacy and cultural preferences. Highly recommended! – S. Zhao, IT consultant

– I went to Lee for psychic consultation. He’s great. He explained things in a meaningful way, predicted pretty well what has happened and gave me helpful advice. He made me feel hopeful and promising about future. – Kristal G. Investment banking analyst of Goldman Sachs

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