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Master Practitioner Course in Feng Shui Makes Site Visit to Putrajaya

Lillian Too’s Master Practitioners Course, Class of November 2006 attracted a large number of well travelled people from all walks of life. They came from Peru, New Zealand, USA, Australia, United Kingdom, India, Qatar, Netherlands, Sweden, Dubai, and Brunei but most of them were not born in the countries they currently lived in. Several of the Westerners attending the class had either retired or doing business (and thus living) in Asian countries such as India, Singapore and Malaysia. The Asians who came meanwhile had settled in Western countries! It sure is a small world !!

The Course focused on providing a comprehensive understanding of feng shui knowledge to students, a couple of whom were total amateurs. All felt comfortable with Lillian’s pace and style of teaching. In fact everyone mentioned they could not get enough of it. The Course aimed to sharpen their feng shui eye so they can apply relevant formulas of feng shui with confidence.

Lillian’s approach is to teach the theory with plenty of examples and stories, and then to back up the lectures with practical work. This way the living skill of feng shui is not just academic theory but is instead very practical indeed.

This course, for the first time, Lillian brought her students on a site visit to Putrajaya, the administrative capital of Malaysia. This is where the Prime Minister’s office and other government bodies and buildings are located. Lillian explained the significant feng shui features of Putrajaya, and how the feng shui there has an effect on the country’s feng shui.

Later in the week, students were given a link house (a residential property) to analyse as part of their practical case study. Students worked in groups of four to submit the best and most comprehensive feng shui report, after making a site visit, analysed the floor plans and checked the residents birth particulars. Winners of the competition were announced at the fun filled Graduation Dinner, where food and wine flowed freely.

The winning teams of the case study were:
1st Place (Group B)
Andrew Yap
Theresa Ho
Supriya Ramesh Kumar
Priscilla Boy
2nd Place (Group F)
Amelia Theresa Foon
Fen Ingersole
Joan Madrid Vega
Hiroka Urakawa
Aruna Ravithasan
3rd Place (Group E)
Anabelle Chin
Geraldine Kauffman
Urszula Sosnowska
Wena E R Brussaard