Why is Feng Shui considered a Science?

The science of Feng Shui remains squarely rooted in architecture, astronomy, physics, and design. The definition of science is as follows:

  1. (a) The observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena. (b) Such activities restricted to a class of natural phenomena. (c) Such activities applied to an object of inquiry or study.

  2. Methodological activity, discipline, or study.

  3. An activity that appears to require study and method.

  4. Knowledge, especially that gained through experience.

Feng Shui uses observation, repeatable calculations and methodologies, and is based on the study of the environment around, both inside and out. Kan Yu, the original name of Feng Shui, means "Raise the head and observe the sky above. Lower the head and observe the environment around us." More precisly, Feng Shui is the scientific study of the natural and built environment. All in all, it is the study of environment effects on people.

Just as acupuncture was not accepted by western medicine until several years ago, the study of Feng Shui is now becoming popular. While there are many variations of Feng Shui, traditional Feng Shui has logical explanations for all of its methodologies.

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