What Is Land Form School Feng Shui and Why Is It Important?
I have been teaching Feng Shui and giving speeches about Feng Shui for over 25 years sharing the principles of the various schools of Feng Shui
to bring health, wealth, loving relationships, career enhancement, happiness and harmony into peoples’ lives. Clarifying Feng Shui due to the numerous contradictions among the schools is always a fun part of the process. Visuals always help, especially with the frequently asked questions.
Landform School Feng Shui
The Landform School or Form School Feng Shui wants us to have “Mountain” or “Turtle” Backing behind our homes in order to give support to the occupants. This gives support to our finances and to our backs. The Front Door is the Phoenix area and wants energy attracted to it.
When a home is on a hillside, the front door is best located facing the view. The back of the home is best with the hillside in the backyard. When you live on flat land, building a retaining wall or a raised flower bed is a perfect solution to create the support needed for Mountain Backing.
The Front door is the Main Mouth of Chi. We want to attract and direct the energy from the street to the front door. Also, it is wonderful to have symbols with meaning to us as we approach our front doors. Things like wind chimes, statues, plants and specialty items around our front door help draw the energy to our homes while raising our energy at the same time.