Yin Feng Shui

Yin Feng Shui is the Feng Shui of burials, by distinction of Yang Feng Shui, the Feng Shui of dwellings. The Feng Shui of tombs is as old, if not older, than the Feng Shui of dwellings.

The oldest known book of Feng Shui is, indeed, a treatise about Yin Feng Shui, the Zang Shu, the Book of Burial, written by Grandmaster Guo Pu (276-324).

The principle of
Yin Feng Shui

is based on the quality of the tombs’ Qi that is transmitted to the descendants. Thus, a tomb with good Feng Shui will be beneficial to the children and grandchildren of the person resting there.

Yin Feng Shui by Master Han

Thanks to its initiation into Feng Shui secrets by the most renowned master of his time, Grandmaster Yap Cheng Hai, of whom he was a privileged disciple, Master Han is one of the few great experts in the subtle and powerful principles of Yin Feng Shui.

In order to ensure luck, happiness and prosperity for your family, for your descendants, ask Master Han to perform one of the most sophisticated interventions of Feng Shui, that of a burial.

Master Han’s services cover all stages of Yin Feng Shui implementation: