[quote=“TainanCowboy”]…you foreigners gots to be sendin’ me all yer monies!..lol
But seriously…accupuncture and feng shui are two different areas.
Accupuncture is based on electrical conductivity through the human body. A proven scientific reality.
As far as I know, and I am not very knowlegable in this, feng shui deals with the physical elements of earth and placement of elements that would be conducive or blocking of various energy flows through the physical environment of a building. Somewhat similar, but very different in basic construction.
Everybody/human has chi. Some deplete it, some conserve it and some nourish and grow it. Consciously or unconsciously.[/quote]
So you’re saying that " qi" only applies to the body, but not to the surroundings? What I’m thinking is that " body qi" forms like tai qi quan, qi gong, tui na and acupuncture are lots older than the practice of feng shui. The wiseguys tried to expand this " qi" thing further. But feng shui really sounds like bullshit. If you’re a lazy person, but you move your desk to this point? is that going to help you work or study harder?
That’s what I’m thinking , that feng shui is an erroneous extension of the " qi" concept.