Listen attentively to the Waterdragon and find the Green Dragon in your surrounding. The Waterdragon course is considered to be one of the top disciplines in advanced Feng Shui. Here we deal with great and incredibly strong natural forces. Grand Master Dr. Jes T.Y. Lim has reviewed and updated all the extraordinary wisdom of the classical texts and old manuscripts, thus giving us a unique opportunity to understand and use this ancient knowledge of landscape Feng Shui.
In the process many detailed questions will be asked on the exact form and circumstances of a landscape, e.g.:
- How do you know, if a mountain is auspicious?
- According to its form: Which element can the mountain or hill be attributed to?
- Where should you build your house on a mountain or hill and which areas should not be harmed?
- Which different mountain forms or structures enhance wealth and popularity?
Waterdragons are exciting beings. You learn to examine their attributed element, their form and course, thus learning how to use them in a beneficial way. You learn how to mentally and spiritually communicate with the water spirit. With the help of the compass you can do incredible fine-tuning, because it is possible to elicit further advantageous vibrations from the water via the cardinal points which are guided to the house and are fitting to the House Trigram. In some cases it is even possible to guide the wastewater around certain points.
An especially important topic is the use of fountains inside and outside the house - with the help of which we can purposefully add wealth energies to the house. Your creativity is given free rein during a session of designing fountains together. In the process you can put your already acquired knowledge into practice and interesting projects often arise. Because just as every place has a heart centre there should also be an area where the power of water is activated.
As soon as the basic tools have been acquired, things start to get really exciting:
- How does for example a hill or a high-rise building in the west of a building effect the Qi when the entrance is to the south-east?
- How does the form of the mountain – classified by the four elements – enhance wealth or academic success?
- Which kind of fountains should you recommend to your clients?
- Which directions are most fortunate for the water to flow to your house? And what does the fire element-water look like?
All these interesting details, some of which can be ascertained by the use of the Lopan, also apply to the inside of a house and not, as generally assumed, only to the outside of a house.
Contents of the course:
- Basic knowledge on how to handle water and mountain forms
- Fortunate and less fortunate aspects, depicted by numerous illustrations
- Landscape analysis of the Water and Mountain Dragons
- Kinds of invigorating or stagnating waters and their effect on people
- Forms of waterfalls, lakes, ponds, springs, streams, and rivers and their influence on our wealth
- Diverse hill and mountain formations, which are suited as the backing of a house
- Communication with water and mountains
- How to use and activate the Waterdragon as a transmitter of information
- Good fountain design for the interior and exterior of houses, which is beneficial to our Qi and wealth
- Fountain design competition
- Calculation of advantageous and disadvantageous ways in which the water supply and wastewater can flow
- Advanced aspects of the Flying Stars (Lo'Shu) and the East-West System
Landscape Feng Shui and the Water and Mountain Dragons are the first and foremost important aspects to be considered when giving a professional Feng Shui consultation. This advanced training module offers all Feng Shui Consultants to gain additional expertise. Use the opportunity!
In the evenings you can participate in optional group work - using your freshly won knowledge on your own house plans. In the mornings there is time to ask any resulting questions. In the breaks Master Jes Lim is available for your personal questions. Dr. Lim teaches in English with German translation.
The course takes place from 9.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m., each with a 30 minutes coffee break. The evenings are reserved for optional group works.