About Shaun Lee

Shaun Lee has been interested in occult and metaphysics subjects since young. Although he is a scientist by training, he knows many things in life cannot be clearly explained using science alone. Having said that, Shaun is careful of things which are mere superstition, and seeks adequate evidence to substantiate claims of such nature. After all, there is always a thin line separating superstition, metaphysics and science.

It was in year 2007 that Shaun decided to pursue his interests more seriously and embark on the formal study of Ba Zi and Feng Shui. Formal study means learning directly under Grandmasters, instead of self-learning from books. This is important because authentic Chinese Metaphysics knowledge are only passed down to next generation via “oral transmission”, and not via any published books. Shaun had to travel far and wide (China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Hong Kong) to acquire these valuable ancient knowledge.

Today, Shaun conducts Feng Shui audits for businesses and homes and uses Ba Zi to uncover the archetypes of business owners. Shaun does not advocate the use of “feel good” ornaments in his Feng Shui cures. Instead, he promotes cures that will effectively alter the Qi (or energy) levels in the environment. This approach has helped improve his clients’ business, wealth, health, etc.

Top ten Feng Shui myths 十大风水误区

As a Feng Shui consultant, I often come across many common beliefs that turn out to be myths. In this article, I will share the origin of these beliefs, and how they are being misconstrued, thus making Feng Shui seem like a superstition.   Myth No.1: Water is wealth, so it is okay for houses

Can we change our destiny? 我们可以改变命运吗?

A common question asked when people come for destiny consultation is “can I change my destiny?” A destiny chart (be it Bazi or ZiWeiDouShu) is merely an indication of Early Heaven luck, i.e. who you are originally, what kind of talent are you naturally born with, etc. That is, if nothing intervenes with your normal

Solar vs lunar calendar and its impact on Chinese zodiac sign 阳历与阴历对生肖的影响

The Chinese uses two calendar systems, i.e. solar and lunar calendars. The Chinese solar calendar is to track the movement of earth orbiting around the sun. Incidentally, the western Gregorian Calendar is also a sun calendar, which means all days within the 12 months will add up to approximately 365 days. The Chinese solar calendar

Yin-Yang Five Elements 阴阳五行

Yin-Yang simply means two opposite amount, situation, relationship, etc. For example, dark-bright, small-big, short-tall, off-on, female-male, cold-hot, narrow-wide, etc. Ancient Chinese people understood the power of Yin-Yang and use it to define and regulate the flow of Qi. Although modern people use computers extensively, many do not realise that Yin-Yang is actually the real driving

Is Feng Shui a science or superstition? 风水是一门科学还是迷信?

Is Feng Shui a science or superstition? That really depends on which type of Feng Shui in question, since there are so many types of Feng Shui out there. Below are some common types of Feng Shui out there in the market: 1. Classical Feng Shui: The main emphasis of classical Feng Shui is on