Feng Shui and the Traditional Chinese Garden with Liu Ming

Sunday & Monday May 22nd & 23rd 2011
9:00 AM - 12:15 PM

The making of palace gardens is the root of traditional Chinese feng shui.

In establishing a sense of nation-state identity 2000 years ago the new Chinese rulers ended their nomadic negotiations with the wilderness and created classic qi-harmony gardens to live in.

During these two sessions we will look extensively at the Chinese garden and its implied relatedness to Nature (yin/yang, 5 elements) and the invoking, capturing and dispersing of qi.

Though modified, copied and standardized over the centuries the Chinese garden is remains a handbook or compendium of feng shui principles that can be applied to landscaping in any context.

Come and enjoy Ming’s unique and lively blend of history, practice and humor – join in the 2000-year continuity of the Chinese fengshui tradition!


  • WHEN:
    Sunday May 22nd 2011 &
    Monday May 23rd 2011

  • TIMES:
    9:00 AM - 12:15 PM

  • $199
  • $95 for GGSFS Graduates

  • WHERE:
    Golden Gate School of Feng Shui
    3225 Adeline Street
    Berkeley CA 94703

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Liu Ming is a euro-American who over the last 40 years has had the great good fortune to study and practice Chinese Daoism, Chan/Zen and Tantric Buddhism with several great teachers. He holds a degree in Asian aesthetics (art/philosophy) and has been teaching aspects of Chinese medicine and astrogeomancy for several decades. He currently lives and teaches in the San Francisco Bay Area. His students understand him
to be a trance-medium.






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