Which culture does Feng Shui belong to? Is it Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism or Legalism? Do Christians need to look at Feng Shui? Many friends have religious beliefs. They especially worship their beliefs. Does religion have anything to do with Feng Shui?
Feng shui is a tool and a culture:
it starts from the heart, matures from the Tao, applies to the law, and cultivates from the Buddha. Regardless of which culture or beliefs are related to Feng Shui. Christianity is no exception, because Feng Shui is compatible with various cultures and is the crystallization of thousands of cultures. It is as big as infinite, and as small as dust.
Feng Shui is a tool. Where do we start?
Many people only know that Feng Shui is a kind of culture, but they rarely know that Feng Shui is a tool of life. It is a set of necessary factors to understand time, understand fortune, and understand nature. Because looking at feng shui is not only about learning, but also having a high insight, more importantly, you must play a compass. Compass is inseparable from feng shui, it is the key to open the door of feng shui, and it is also the sword of feng shui master. This means that Feng Shui must use tools to cooperate, so that we can accurately understand nature and find the ideal Feng Shui treasure!
Feng Shui is culture.
Many people already know this. Feng Shui is derived from the Yijing culture. Fengshui culture was born in long time ago and people have learned to understand nature and follow the laws of nature. The meaning of Feng Shui is to understand the laws of human and nature. It is a learning that embraces the culture of hundreds of families and brings together the wisdom of heaven and earth. It can be Tao, it can be Confucianism, it can be Buddha, it can be Christ... Feng Shui does not belong to Taoism, regardless of family affiliation, but to nature.