If you have ever been confused about the different approaches and school of Feng Shui and which one is best for your home, you will be interested in my latest article on the Feng Shui site at BellaOnline.com, "Schools of Feng Shui." The article is all about some of the more common ways that you can practice Feng Shui.
Based on a 5,000-year-old Chinese art and science, Feng Shui evolved as people saw how their surroundings determined whether they would just survive or thrive. As people moved from agrarian to urban societies they modified this Feng Shui planning to fit their environment, resulting in several major schools and approaches. This gives the modern practitioner a range of techniques and tools to use during a home, office, business, or garden consultation. But it can also leave you confused by all of the seemingly contradictory information. The key to using Feng Shui to design your own personal harmony is to follow the school of thought that works for the way you live in your home.
You can read more in my article, which can be found at http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art28719.asp
Carol M. Olmstead, Feng Shui Editor