International Feng Shui Convention 2013
I-Ching & Feng Shui
16th & 17th November 2013
Saturday & Sunday

Moderator For All Programmes:
GM Vincent Koh
Day 1- 16th November 2013 (Saturday)
Time Activities
09:00 – 10:00 Registration and Tea with Speakers
10:00 – 10:30 Opening Ceremony with President Speech + Master Accreditation Award Presentation
10:30 – 11:30

Keynote Speaker
Feng Shui Techniques to Control One’s Destiny in I-Ching
Professor Henry Li, International General Society for Taoist Philosophy Studies, Taiwan

The Feng Shui concept of “auspiciousness” of a significant activity such as a wedding or career change is familiar to many, and refers to an ideal time and location for the event to take place. Taoist studies reveal the existence of three types of luck: Heaven’s Luck “Tian”, Earth’s Luck “Di” and Man’s Luck “Ren”. All three luck forms will accompany Man throughout his lifetime and are responsible for determining his unique ideal conditions for an activity. Much of the profound wisdom on auspiciousness is embodied in I-Ching. Discover how these Feng Shui theories can complement I-Ching principles that govern time and location to develop techniques that can achieve the ultimate goal of changing one’s destiny. 

11:30 – 12:30 Session 1
Predicting with the Amazing King Wen Oracle
Grand Master Raymond Lo, Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui and Destiny, Hong Kong

King Wen Of the Zhou Dynasty and Confucius of the Warring States compiled what the World knows today as the “Book of Change” or “I Ching (Yì Jīng)”, which has been popularized for its views on philosophy and sociology. Chinese fortune tellers however adopt another system, the “King Wen Oracle” for divination and predictive purposes. By interpreting the 64 hexagrams based on the five element theory, the “King Wen Oracle” system has the ability to yield highly accurate predictions. Learn the background and workings behind one of Chinese metaphysics supreme forecasting methods through examples, case studies, and demonstrations that prove its amazing accuracy.
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch  (at delegate’s own expense) 
14:00 – 14:10 IFSC 2014 - Short Presentation by IFSA, Australia Chapter
14:10 – 15:10 Session 2
Yi Jing – Time Selection by Season, Month, Week and Day
Master Jacek Kryg, School Without Borders, Poland

In Yijing, every hexagram represents one of the four seasons, one of the twelve months or one of the sixty Chinese weeks, while the changing lines represents days. This, in essence, relates to our time dimension, which is thus not only an important aspect of Yjing, but is also very useful in the modern day. By knowing how to build and create the main and nuclear hexagram, it is possible to obtain a clear observation of the time dimension relating to our actions when in consultation with the Yijing oracle. Discover how to build the main hexagram in Yijing using 50 stalks of achillea millefolium, select the best time for your various activities using the One Thousand Year Calendars and even add an extra time dimension for your home.
15:10 – 16:10 Session 3
Decoding Changes Over Time With Flying Star Feng Shui and I-Ching
Master Rikako Fujiki, Seijyunsha, Japan

Attempts to evaluate and explain changes that take place over time have been evident in various disciplines like the Flying Star Feng Shui, I-Ching and Four Luck Pillars in Chinese Metaphysics.
Take a tour of Vienna through time in this session and explore how Feng Shui and the Four Luck Pillars’ time dimension explain the city’s stature and significance during the turn of the 20th century. Uncover how the fortune of Vienna’s historic buildings constructed during the late 19th century impacted the major events that the city went through,  for example its prior growth into a flourishing epicenter of European culture followed by devastating experiences with two large-scale wars. Also find out what the hexagram of I-Ching as described in Shao Yong’s book during the Sung Dynasty reveals about this historical period.
16:10 – 16:30 Tea Break
16:30 – 17:30

Session 4
I Ching – The Foundation of Many Feng Shui Theories
Master Anatoly Sokolov, International Forum Feng Shui, Russia

The desire to lead a good life is undoubtedly a universal quest. As such, cultures across the globe have developed differing methodologies to create ideal surroundings that would improve one’s well-being. Some methods include Vastu in India, Sa-Che in Tibet and Geomancy in Europe. However, as compared to other methodologies, Feng Shui offers the most diverse range of techniques to suit varying situations. It is probably the system of I Ching which was developed in ancient China and is unique to the Chinese culture that explains this trait of Feng Shui. With I Ching, one has the ability to analyze endless interactions of yaos that in turn produces a myriad of possibilities in every situation. Find out how the many techniques of Feng Shui are derived from I Ching at this engaging session.

Day 2 – 17th November 2013 (Sunday)


09:30 – 10:00 Registration and Tea with Speakers
10:00 – 11:00 Session 1
Muchi to Taichi
Master S.BS. Surendran,, India

The art and science of divination can be viewed as a connection between mankind and the solutions that the universe offers. To practice divination, one first has to understand the evolution of universal energies and its interaction to create the right balance quintessential for harmony. Divination methods vary across different cultures around the world and include notable ones such as Feng Shui, I Ching, Vasstu, Vedic Divination, Astrology, Horary and Bio-energetics.

In this session, explore the various types of divination methods, understand its similarity to I Ching and learn the unique approach of adapting hexagrams in Feng Shui analysis, corrects and integration of energy balancing to divination.
11:00 – 12:00

Session 2
Approaching the Yi Jing using the 3 P’s (Postage Stamps, Photos, TV Programs)
Master Victor H. Garza, 
Oriente ZENter, Hong Kong

Surrounded by a mysterious aura, the Yi Jing or the Book of Changes is an early classic that many Chinese and foreign aficionados would find intimidating to approach, even before they start to read it. As it was written in Ancient China with profound meaning, it is no surprise that people would face difficulty deciphering and understanding the book.

Find out the underlying significance of the Yi Jing hexagrams through these unconventional three Ps, a Postage stamp series printed in Macau, Photos taken during Master Victor’s journey around the world and a famous TV Program that aired in the United States.

12:00 – 13:00 Session 3
Behind The Curtains of Feng Shui and I Ching
Master Cristina Groza, Feng Shui Barrett&Partners, Romania

Magic never fails to amaze with fascinating performances that impress and astound at first glance. Try imagining a magician on stage, waving a black empty hat. The next moment, he miraculously pulls a rabbit out from the very same hat, drawing gasps of disbelief from the audience. We are in awe because we are unable to explain how the performance works. We perceive the act as magical because that is what our eyes see. It is only when the curtains are drawn back and we go behind the scenes, that we realize and understand the true mechanisms that make these seemingly amazing feats possible. Interestingly, Feng Shui and I Ching are likened to magic. Their effects are mysterious and captivating, drawing intrigue at its results. However, not many are privy to what really happens behind the curtains of Chinese Metaphysics. What exactly are the processes that trigger their various effects? Be prepared for an eye-opening experience "down the rabbit hole" of Feng Shui and I Ching sciences in this all-revealing session. 
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch  (at delegate’s own expense) 
14:30 – 15:30 Session 4
I- Ching: The Root of Chinese Metaphysics
Master Yap Boh Chu, Yap Cheng Hai Academy, Malaysia

Often described as the code of the universe, I-Ching forms the basis of Chinese Metaphysics and is present in the all the Five Arts of Metaphysics: Mountain, Medicine, Divination, Fate, and Appearance. As the primary focus of Feng Shui is to analyze and understand the environment and its effects on humans, better mastery of Feng Shui will make it possible to mould the environment to our own advantage and negate its weakening or harmful effects. By decoding the mysteries of I-Ching, we would be able to fully comprehend the underlying principles behind the causes and effects of Feng Shui. Learn how to apply the knowledge of I-Ching to modern Feng Shui practices and enhance the benefits that you can derive from Feng Shui.
15:30 – 16:30 Session 5
The Book of Changes vs The Book of Simplicity

Master Goh Guan Leong & Master Jet Lee, Way OnNet Group, Singapore

To those who have always looked upon I-Ching as a complex body of knowledge, this session might just change your mind. The name I-Ching易经directly tells us that this profound classic(经)holds duo-meanings as (易) symbolises both “Change” and “Simplicity”. Learn or rediscover the profound and sophisticated system of Chinese Metaphysics as it is illustrated in absolute simplicity using the two important concepts of “Time” and “Space"
16:30 – 17:00 Tea Break
17:00 – 18:00 Session 6
I-Ching: The Written Art
Grand Master Tan Khoon Yong, Way OnNet Group, Singapore

Every hexagram in the I-Ching has a story to tell. As a popular tool in divination, I-Ching has been widely used by Feng Shui masters around the world. By studying each of its 64 hexagrams, this ancient Chinese classic is able to assist in making accurate predictions of events even in modern times. By adopting a poetic approach, divinations can be made in a graceful, philosophical yet enlightening way. Get ready to explore the unknown future through beautiful poems and unique interpretation of I-Ching. By the end of this session, you can be sure that your future lies in your own hands!  
18:00 –  18:30 Closing Ceremony and Photo Taking Session
18:30 –  19:00 Free & Easy
19:00 –  22:00 Gala Dinner

Speakers’ slots are subjected to changes.

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