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Advanced Feng Shui Course

Feng Shui (Advanced)

Practitioner level 3

By successfully completing this course, you will:

  • Gain skills and knowledge to practice Advanced Feng Shui
  • Be awarded the professional BSY Diploma
  • Become a Registered BSY Advanced Feng Shui Practitioner

You can study this course from the comfort of your own home; in your own time and at your own pace; with helpful support and encouragement from our friendly tutors.

If you wish to make your own environment more harmonious and to advise others as a consultant, this course offers a wealth of useful advice from one of the UK’s only genuine Feng Shui masters. By the end of the course, you will be capable of doing an individual analysis of every house. This course strongly supplements the training of the Feng Shui Diploma Course. The author is a Feng Shui doctor who advises regularly on television and radio.


  • Lesson One
    • Introduction
    • The Eastern Philosophies
      • Taoism
      • Yin/Yang and the Five Elements
      • Lao Tzu
      • Early Feng Shui
      • Earth Science
      • Observing Nature
      • Simplicity
      • The Chinese Way of Life
      • The Dragon’s Breath
      • Water
      • Confucius
      • Earth Luck
      • Buddhas
      • Meditation
      • Japan
      • Wind and Water
      • Chi – Life Essence
      • Chi and Earth Luck
      • Energy Fields and Flow
      • A B C
  • Lesson Two
    • Tai Chi, Chi Kung and Meditation – Their Links with Feng Shui
      • The Internal Landscape
      • Tai Chi
      • ‘Becoming and Unbecoming’
      • The Tao
      • A B C
      • Water – The Essence of Feng Shui
      • Chi Kung and the Use of Chi
      • Yin/Yang
      • Five and Eight
      • Connections
      • Feng Shui Masters
      • Contradictions
      • Meditation
      • Reality and Perception
      • The Mind
  • Lesson Three
    • The Four Celestial Animals, Yin Yang, Sheng Chi and The Five Elements
      • The Four Celestial Animals
      • Yin/Yang Balance
      • Sheng Chi – Cosmic Breath
      • The Five Elements
      • Productive and Destructive Cycles
      • Luck
  • Lesson Four
    • The Pa Kua, the Lo Shu Square and the Use of Enhancements and Protectors
      • Pa Kua
      • Lo Shu Square
      • Protectors/Remedies for Enhancements
      • Mirrors
      • Finally!
  • Lesson Five
    • Feng Shui of Gardens
      • Ancient Gardens
      • The Basics
      • Pa Kua Colours and Elements
      • The Plan
      • Practical Planting in a Feng Shui Garden
      • Compass Points
      • Other Useful Plants and Ornaments in the Garden
      • Common Sense and Feng Shui
      • Garden Buildings, Ornaments  and Furniture
      • Plants and their Symbolism
  • Lesson Six
    • Feng Shui of Houses
      • Halls
      • The Flow of Chi
      • Stairways
      • Living Room
      • Beams
      • Fireplaces
      • Dining Room
      • Kitchen
      • Kitchen Equipment/Appliances
      • Bathrooms and Toilets
      • Toilets
      • Other Rooms
      • Bedrooms
      • The Use of Crystals
      • Specific Crystals
      • And Finally
  • Lesson Seven
    • Feng Shui of Buildings and Their Environment
      • The Flow of Chi
      • Pa Kua Planning
      • Active Workplaces
      • Desks
      • Office Organisation
      • Using Remedies and Protectors
      • Wealth
      • The Eight Locations – Business Implications
      • Siting of Departments in Small Businesses
      • Energy Levels
  • Lesson Eight
    • Chinese Astrology and its Application to Feng Shui
      • The Jigsaw
      • The Twelve Animals
      • How to Work it Out
      • Pa Kua Numbers
      • Animal Characteristics
      • Useful Guidelines
      • Best Directions/Locations
      • Chinese ‘Lucky and Unlucky’ Locations/Directions
      • Lo Shu Square
      • Flying Star/Nine Star Feng Shui
      • General Astrological Trends
      • Fate!
  • Lesson Nine
    • Symbolism
      •   Earth Science
      •   General Symbolism
      •   Missing Sections inside Pa Kua Sectors
      •   Extensions
      •   Water Symbolism/Advanced Formulae
      •   The Symbolism of Buildings/Roads
      •   Colour Symbolism
      •   Plant and Flower/Fruit Symbolism
      •   Number Symbolism
      •   Other Important Symbols
      •   The Chinese Gods
      •   Space Clearing/Cleansing
      •   And Finally
  • Lesson Ten
    • Practical Application
      • Commercial Premises
      • Gardens
      • Homes
      • Conclusion
      • Glossary

No practical training is required to complete this course.

Enrol on this course from £70 £50

There are two ways you can enrol on this course. You can:

  • Pay with a deposit of £70 £50, followed by 11 monthly instalments of £30
  • or
  • Pay the total course fee of £400 £380 in one sum and also receive a special gift from our selection – free

To enrol by phone, please call our friendly course advisors on Freephone 0800 731 9271 – Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

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