Feng Shui is something few mainstream academics would like to indulge too much in, yet it is a serious matter to many. Though sceptics regard it as a form of superstition, there are others particularly in East Asia who consult experts in this branch of “metaphysics” if they are thinking of moving to a new home or office, erecting a new building, or even recruiting a key executive.
On 5 April 2017, Master David Koh, Adjunct Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Tongji University Shanghai, and Founder of the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences (MINGS), shares his experience and knowledge of Feng Shui and Environology.
Master Koh began by acknowledging the prevailing perception about Feng Shui, saying that he started out as a sceptic himself. He talked about the history and background of Feng Shui through tracing where it first appeared in historical records, how it was perceived throughout history, and how it spread globally.
He then shared his own journey in becoming interested in Feng Shui and how he decided to pursue an academic career on the discipline. Master Koh also discussed concepts such as Environology, cosmic forces, and the four steps of identification, selection, matching and energising.
He concluded that Feng Shui is a discipline that is worthy of serious academic research and universal application, and closed the talk by addressing the audience’s questions.