Master George Bennis
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Master George Bennis is an FSRC accredited Feng Shui Master.
With over 20 years of training and experience in in the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan.
Master George has distilled all his knowledge and experience in an incredibly convient, practical and cost effecting Feng Shui learning system
George’s interest in Feng Shui began when his teacher mentioned the subject over dinner one night in Sydney’s Chinatown. George then asked to learn Feng Shui from him. This request was refused as he was informed that Feng Shui was a ” Chinese Secret”.
After repeated requests to learn he was set a test that his teacher was sure he would fail. He was given a task to identify the reason why 4 Businesses in Chinatown had closed down. If correctly identified he would then be taught Feng Shui. After much deliberation, George successfully identified the Feng Shui problems that had lead to the business failure, much to the surprise of his teacher! George was then taught the ” Form School” of Feng Shui.
George furthered his studies in Feng Shui and other energy related modalities such as dowsing, space clearing and crystals with scientist Kevin Masman and world-renowned consultant Karen Kingston. Further investigation revealed that in order to become a professional consultant he must learn the “Flying Star” and other compass based systems
Chinese Flying Star specialist, Master Joseph Yu, then trained George in this art. Master Yu has a background in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Hong Kong.
In 2007, after 14 years of study and practice George was awarded the title Master of Feng Shui, by Master Joseph Yu.
George has published articles in Ideas magazine, Conscious Living, Natural Life Review and has appeared in the courier mails “Business Enterprise” section. George has also appeared on local radio and Television. George is the principal of the Feng Shui Advantage Academy of Feng Shui, manages his own consultancy firm and has guest lectured to the Queensland University of Technology’s school of interior design and built environment, The Master Builders Association of Queensland and The Interior Designers Association
George has worked on the design stage of large projects such as conference centres and an entire school of over 15 buildings.
George has recently presented Advanced Feng Shui techniques for the first time to the Association of Feng Shui Consultants annual conference
Feng Shui Research Centre
The Feng Shui Research centre was founded by Master Joseph Yu.
Joseph Yu was born during the second world war in a small village in South China. He spent his childhood as a country boy and did not receive any formal education until he came to Hong Kong at the age of eleven. A lot of people suggest to him that he should create a story of learning Astrology and Feng Shui in early childhood from a monk as do many a famous Feng Shui Master. He prefers to tell the truth.
Yu studied Mathematics and Physics in the University of Hong Kong in the early 1960’s. He abhorred all kinds of superstition and vowed to destroy such absurd beliefs of ignorant people. He then frequented libraries, trying to find fault with Astrology and Feng Shui from ancient books. The deeper he went into the subject, the more excited he became about the rich legacy of ancient Chinese culture.
Whether or not to become a professional astrologer and geomancer or continue in the fields of mathematics and physics, became a constant dilemma. Astrology and Feng Shui have been viewed as superstition by their skeptics. Astrologers and Feng Shui masters have been linked with fraud for centuries.
Someone wrote in his book, “If more knowledgeable men provide true Astrology and Feng Shui services, the ignorant and fake ‘professionals’ will vanish.” Sharing the same view, Yu decided to provide useful services and correspondence courses at an affordable price.
In order for more people to understand what Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui really are, Yu is offering carefully planned courses. Some of the courses are for the average layman; others aim at training people, dedicated to practicing Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology consultation. It is hoped that one day this valuable Chinese culture earns proper recognition by the scientific world.
Joseph Yu founded the Feng Shui Research Center in 1998 to accomplish his mission.
While Joseph Yu was a mathematics teacher after his graduation, he was lucky to have as his neighbor one old Feng Shui master. This old master was very kind to disclose a lot of secrets of the five arts to him even though he was not one of the old master’s apprentices.
In one Chinese New Year party at the old master’s home, the master said to his disciples, “This young man, though not officially under my care, has learned more than most of you because he has a logical mind and dares to argue with me on various issues.”
The old master passed away a few months later. Joseph Yu did not feel comfortable in the company of the disciples of this good master. He is grateful, but circumstances make it impossible to express his gratitude towards the master who passed on to him a lot of invaluable knowledge.