All living things in the universe are subject to the control of the environment.
When a wine producer wants to establish a new vineyard, the potential site needs to be assessed for its environmental and practical suitability. In vineyard management, it is called Site Selection. In order to produce a healthy crop of ripe grapes suitable for the style of wine the winemaker wants to make, it is necessary for the grape grower to apply an understanding of how the environment affects the vine's growth. Same as our living environment, both internal and external factors directly affects people. By integrating Feng Shui, we enhance our well-being.
The science of Feng Shui remains squarely rooted in architecture, astronomy, physics and design. It has developed for more than 3,000 years through consistent practice and through perfecting the methods of the ancients. Feng Shui uses observation, repeatable calculations and methodologies, and is based on the study of the environment around, both inside and out. Kan Yu, the original name for Feng Shui, means "Raise the head and observe the sky above. Lower the head and observe the environment around us." More precisely, Feng Shui is the scientific study of the natural and built environment. All in all, it is the study of environmental effects on people.
Feng Shui is not a style of a house. It is a way of life.