The Imperial School of Feng Shui and Chinese
Master Chan Kun Wah’s direct lineage stretches back to Great Grand Master Chan Hay Yee of the Imperial Courts in China over 5,000 years ago. Master Chan’s Master, Grand Master Chue Yen, directed Master Chan to start a school called the ‘Imperial School of Feng Shui and Chinese Horoscopes’, which he did in 1996 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His quest was to teach and advance the knowledge of the many different techniques of Chue Style Feng Shui. He endeavoured to train his students to a very high standard. This he did by initially offering a two year Vocational Feng Shui and Chinese Horoscope Course, which culminated in an examination on a property. The students had then to prove their ability to find an energetic problem in the property and offer recommendations as to how to remedy the situation to help its occupants. They also had to prove their understanding and application of the Ba Chop (Eight Houses), Sam Hap (Three Combination), Sam Yuan (Three Periods), Yuen Hom (Everything or Nothing), which is the most powerful style of Flying Star, as well as the Double Mountain Element Method and Form School (how the object in the specific environment affected the property). His students also had to understand the Ba Zi (Chinese Astrology), the I Ching and how to correctly read the unique lopan (Chinese Compass) that Master Chan designed and produced that details all his teachings. The most important qualities that any student should have are a good heart, an honest soul and a respect for his or her Master.