Feng Shui is both an art and a science, just like architecture, perhaps with a Chinese character.
In Feng Shui, we audit, analyse and pull things apart, then we put them back together again with improved adjustments. If we can do it physically we would do so, if not, then we would try to change the occupants’ perception, so they can see the “half-tank full” version of what they have, instead of the “half-empty”.
With Feng Shui, we make a house more practically efficient and we also make it more meaningful and “ritually correct”. In the process, we use the house as a medium to change the content and the message, to achieve efficacy.
We use both causal and correlative thinking, our intellect and our emotional, the Form and the Compass Schools, to activate both the left and right side of our brain, to come up with some decent suggestions, to help our clients.
As Frank Lloyd Wright would say, “Science, can pull things apart and examine them, but only art, can put them back together again.”