About Awards & Accolades
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It is always heartening to receive compliments, awards and accolades. they give invaluable feedback and is a form of encouragement:)
Along with the normal Web awards, we've been recognized in dozens of publications both on and off the web plus lots of individual feedbacks!
Ever get stressed out, anxious, panicky? Perhaps your life lacks balance. We recommend a trip to Fun with Feng Shui !. In Chinese, the words Feng Shui mean wind and water, and today, Feng Shui has "evolved into a refined art used to enhance luck and well-being through the modifications of layout and orientation of work-places and homes." The aim of Feng Shui is to become harmonious with the natural order of things. Learn about the Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, and Qi (Dragon's Breath), or energy force. Also discover the most cosmically appropriate layout of your living room, toilet, walls, and Bedroom. Regarding this last, positioning your bed to face the door or lie beneath an exposed beam is not harmonious. Similarly, putting your refrigerator in the bathroom will create bad vibes with the Health Department. Onwards.
June 23, 1997
AOL Editor's Review
Meaning "the wind and the water" in Chinese, Feng Shui strives to create deep harmony within the workplace or home through the arrangement of furniture and space. At Fun with Feng Shui !, users can learn how to appreciate their surrounding landscapes, assess a potential building site, and evaluate their current home or work area. Other highlights here include Advanced Feng Shui and Using the Oracle.
Excite's Website Review on 16 October 1997
The Wall Street Journal
Looking to increase the Chi or power from your home or office? Feng Shui may be just what you are looking for. East Meets Nest by Hearst Corporation and Fun With Feng Shui are two sites that have information about Feng Shui and examples on how to arrange your furnishings to best fit the room to maximize Chi.
11 June 1998
Wishing you every success in ABN and all your endeavours!
Asia Business News
Best of Asia Pacific Award by Editorial Board of Singapore Internet Community
Site of the Month by The Living Natural World
Our editorial staff have researched the net and our links feature 'Feng Shui Made Easy' by Cecil Lee which is an excellent easy to read breakdown of the basics from origination through to application in homes or offices which many will find to be a good starting point.
Featured in Netguide, Women's Guide
Using Feng Shui when designing a home can be a fascinating project. A great website that can aid in this process is the Fun with Feng Shui ! site. This site breaks down everything from viewing the landscape to surveying your home, then goes into a tep-by-step guide to evaluating your home for optimal Feng Shui characteristics.
Start with understanding the Eight Types of Houses. Then get your floor plan and try to find the center of your house-to-be. Another interesting feature of the Fun with Feng Shui ! site is a place where you can superimpose the house template that is right for you over your own layout plan; then you can interpret intangible forces that will affect your home as you have designed it and more!
February 19, 1998
Rated Hot! (Top 2%) by
Check out this site to see if you are getting the most out of your surroundings. Feng Shui has evolved into a refined art used to enhance luck and well-being through the modifications of layout and orientation of work-places and homes. The aim of Feng Shui is to get complete harmony and a deep sensitivity with the natural order. Additional topics at this site include Chinese astrology and horoscopes.
January 14, 1998
Website of the Month
A terrific website which is good fun for all the family. Visually pleasing, but also contains lots of useful info on Chinese Astrology and Animal Signs. If you were a dog, what would your best match be? What are the prominent characteristics of your new love interest?
Make Your Favourite Site a Star Site;
July 01, 1997
23 June 1998
Free and thorough guide to the principles of Feng Shui, the art of placement that can make your home feel better with little or no investment. Easy to use and understand and very interesting.
28 June 1998
28 May 1998
Reviewed by Vicioso.com
One of the largest collections of Feng Shui Principles, Theories, Practices, Articles and more. Includes many computerized Online Feng Shui modules and the Wind and Water Ring. The Wind & Water Ring is a Ring for Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology/Divinity & Feng Shui Related Sites.
Fun with Feng Shui ! - Cecil Lee's introduction to the Chinese art of geomancy: the Lo Shu square, yin-yang principles, the 5 elements, the 8 Trigrams
26 May 1998
Fun with Feng Shui ! - an excellent comprehensive Feng Shui site.
28 May 1998
28 May 1998
Cecil Lee's site, Fun with Feng Shui ! (Feng Shui is the traditional Chinese metaphysical system) is informative and fun to explore, though it is very much a personal matter as to how much you would like to believe in what it says. Mr. Lee's explanation on the Lo Shu Square, Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, the Eight Trigrams, and "Qi" (Energy Force) gives a good insight into traditional Chinese thinking, and you wouldn't want to miss the fun to find out if, for example, the surroundings of your house are considered favorable or unfavorable.
Top 2000 Selection
27 May 1999
This offers a large collection of feng shui resources, including principles, theories, practices, articles and more. It also offers DIY modules. Note, this isn't homes and gardens monthly - you have to do the homework.
For the record, and in blatant contradiction to the above caveat, I extracted these three nuggets from the "office section": Do not place a desk in front of the door; Do not place a table with a door behind it; the CEO's desk should be located at a place where there is a "solid" wall behind him/her and there can be no movement behind him/her, for example, a passage way.
19 October 1998
Geomancy.net has been selected as one of the Net's finest informative and is included in StudyWebTM 's listing of educational links.
StudyWeb is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for students and teachers. Since 1996, our expert reviewers have scoured the Internet to select only the finest sites to be included in StudyWebTM 's listing of educational links. Our reviews have been featured on Webcrawler Select, The Lycos Top 5%, Education World and many others, and StudyWebTM updates are provided to media and educational resources around the world.
The Feng Shui Shop
"We continually get asked for information on Feng Shui, and whilst we decided long ago to be 'shop only' for feng shui enhancers with basic information, we asked around through a mailshot of forum members who people thought was best. Forum members suggested many sites, but Geomancy.net was suggested most, and was not only found to be the most comprehensive, all the content was actually correct! (not so on some other sites!). We now forward all Feng Shui research and general information enquiries to this site. Thoroughly recommended! RED HOT award winner."
June, 1998 Number 30
A complete and well-organized review of Feng Shui, the Chinese art of geomancy. Includes an introduction, a look at the site and the home, a survey of your home and advanced Feng Shui information.
Under Philosopy/Ethics Resources
Fun with Feng Shui ! - Chinese art that's used to enhance luck and well-being through the alterations of layout and orientation of work-places and homes. Great Stuff! If your building a house a must see!
Links Under `Salute'
Site in the Limelight for August 1997:-
Fun with Feng Shui ! - explains the Chinese art that aims for complete harmony and a deep sensitivity with the natural order. The words Feng Shui in Chinese mean the wind and the water. The Chinese have long observed that some surroundings are better then others, and for centuries they have used geomancy to improve the quality of life.
A comprehensive & interactive. Packed full of information,charts, etc.
The Importance of Five Elements - Feng Shui revolves around the understanding of the importance of Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal.
Fun with Feng Shui ! - Best of Asia Award. Lots of colourful pictures. Feng Shui theory about both interior design and individual destiny. Recommended.
Fun with Feng Shui ! - The site's name speaks for itself. If you are a beginner to Feng Shui, then you should visit this site. It offers very basic information about what Feng Shui is all about. The are sections on The Lo Shu Square, Yin and Yang Principles, The Five Elements, the Chinese Calendar, The Eight Trigrams and Chi.
Awarded "Reasonable Site of the Week" - June 23, 1997
For a simpler take on the whole process, try "Fun with Feng Shui !" by Cecil Lee. I'm sure Master Yu would not approve of the simplistic site, with it's goofy illustrations, but it is rather fun. At least it explains the basics so you
come away with a vague idea of what everyone is talking about. The site is divided up into short, fairly simple linked explanations. It's here that I discovered that I'd have to rearrange my office. You see, good and bad energy enters the house from various directions, and the flow is different for different people, depending on when they were born. You can print out templates of the energy flow for each member of your family and superimpose them on a drawing of your house. (In the case of conflicts, the primary breadwinner wins.)
You can read brief descriptions of the flying tortoise, the eight types of houses theory, how to survey your home, the importance of landscape to the flow of chi, and a great deal more. Though this site is "simpler" than Feng Shui for Dummies, it still takes a good deal of concentration. It is fairly user-friendly, but I got lost a lot until I discovered the alphabetical Site Index.
Fun with Feng Shui ! - An in depth look into the mysteries of the ancient art of Feng Shui.
"The Best of Real Estate Links"
Fun with Feng Shui ! - A really fabulous site, graphics are well done. Helps you Feng Shiu your home.
And we would like to thank the many others which we had not updated into this page.
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