Feng Shui is a science and art from ancient China.
There is a tangible part and an intangible part. We can compare it to a person, his body corresponds to the tangible part and his soul, personality, and character corresponds to the intangible part. One does not exist without the other and the same is true for houses. We must take care of both to be able to appreciate the wholeness and make an in-depth study of the home or workplace.

Feng Shui is based on common sense, on meticulously analyzed mathematical rules and formulas that allow us to know the potential of a place and its environment.

By knowing how the space affects us, we can balance it to benefit ourselves.

The foundation of Feng Shui is to live and preserve the environment in harmony with nature without altering its balance, which must also be in harmony with the intangible part of the habitat, the we can benefit, receiving:
Health, prosperity, success, wealth, harmony and good relationships.

The time factor is essential in any Feng Shui analysis.
Traditional Feng Shui takes into account the changes of the universe in its formulas and interpretations according to the year of construction and the earth’s magnetic orientation of the exact degrees of the building or house.

It is logical and natural that there is nothing that remains the same through time. Everything evolves, so we must follow the evolution in order to appreciate what is convenient in each space of time.

The same way we use warm clothing for winter and light clothing for summer, a good interpretation of Feng Shui will tell us how to arrange the home or workplace according to the best for the present and future.

We can also know how the past of that place has been, through the interpretation of the energies. This explains why the same home can improve or deteriorate during different periods of time.