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Feng Shui Online Course by Centre of Excellence
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The principles of Feng Shui are simple. Make your surroundings in line with human natural instinct and you will feel better, you will increase the value of your property and/or make a property more attractive to rent or sell by following a few easy steps.

What's Included

  • Feng Shui Online Course by Centre of Excellence
    • There is no time limit for completing the course it can be studied in your own time at your own pace
    • This course will take you up to 150 hours to complete working from home
    • This course includes full tutor support. Our friendly course advisors are available via email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions that you might have
    • Completed coursework can be delivered via email
    • This course is fully certified via the IANLPC, upon completion of the course assessment you will receive your Feng Shui Diploma Certificates from the IANLPC and Centre of Excellence
    • The student will receive three certificates - one from the Centre of Excellence online, one from the IAHT and one from the IANLPC
    • Accredited by the CMA (Complementary Medical Association). Upon completion of the course the student will be able to gain membership to the CMA and then receive their professional accreditation.
Course Syllabus:
Part 1: Essential Concepts
  • What is Feng Shui?
  • A Short History of Feng Shui
  • The Concept of Qi
  • Yin and Yang
  • The Bagua
  • The He Tu and the Lo Shu
  • The He Tu
  • The Lo Shu
  • The Five Elements
  • Element cycles
  • The productive cycle
  • The destructive cycle
  • The weakening cycle
  • Achieving harmony with the element cycles
  • Feng Shui Schools
  • Form school
  • Compass school
  • San he school
  • San yuan school
  • Xuan kong school
  • Ba zhai (four pillars or eight mansions)
  • Fei xing (flying stars)
  • Western/Black Hat/Tibetan Buddhist
  • Pyramid school
Part 2: Feng Shui in Practice
  • Clean out your clutter
  • Broken stuff
  • Check your plumbing
  • Things you hate
  • Using the Bagua Map
  • Making a floor plan
  • Making a drawing of the bagua map
  • Determine the front door alignment
  • The compass method
  • Black Hat method
  • The Luo Pan
  • Doors and Windows
  • Front door
  • Interior doors
  • Windows
  • First Impressions
  • The Shape of Your Space and Remedies
  • Missing areas
  • Projecting corners
  • High ceilings
  • Heavy beams
  • Alcoves
  • Tools to balance your living space
  • Colour
  • Sound
  • Lighting
  • Growing things
  • Water features
  • Art
  • Mirrors and crystals
  • Harmonising with Furniture
  • Using Colour
  • Symbolic Remedies
  • Room by Room Tips
  • Hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Study/home office
  • Bedroom
  • Storage
  • Feng Shui Mistakes
Part 3: Advanced Feng Shui Theory
  • Architecture
  • Burial and Graveyards
Part 4: Advanced Feng Shui Additional Methods
  • Eight House Feng Shui
  • Your personal gua number
  • Sitting direction of your house
  • The four auspicious directions
  • The four inauspicious directions
  • Flying Stars Feng Shui
  • Lo shu
  • Nine stars
  • Creating a Flying Star chart
  • Flying sequence
  • Step 1: Identify the period of your house
  • Step 2: Identify the sitting and facing direction of your house
  • Using a Flying Star chart
  • Special combinations
  • Final Assessment


Feng shui (pronounced fung shway) examines how the arrangement of your environment and the orientation and placement of things in it affect the energy flow in your environment and therefore your personal energy flow. Your personal energy flow affects how you think and act, how well you perform, and your level of success. It is based on the assumption that your surroundings affect your physical and mental health, your relationships, and your success. Originating from China, feng shui is thousands of years old.

By using feng shui techniques, you can influence the energies around you to achieve life improvements. This helps you to achieve harmony with your surroundings.

The term feng shui is composed of two Chinese words: feng (wind) and shui (water). Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. Their combination determines the climate, which in turn determines our food supply and affects our lifestyle, health, energy, and mood.

The principle behind feng shui is that all objects (living and inanimate) contain qi (or chi). Qi is a form of energy that is the constantly moving and changing. The goal of feng shui is to keep qi flowing gently through your environment rather than running straight through it. If it becomes stuck or blocked, qi can have a negative effect on your environment.

A variety of tools can be used in feng shui including:

  • Colour
  • Sound
  • Lighting
  • Displaying art
  • Plants and flowers
  • Water features
  • Wind sensitive objects such as wind chimes
  • Mirrors and crystals

Feng shui views the world holistically. All things and creatures are part of a natural order in an environment that is alive and ever changing. Each thing has an energetic value. This same energy flows through you – it’s your essence, what makes you alive and unique.

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