Western world sees time as linear, infinite and anonymous. Chinese tradition views time as a cyclical force, carrying complex energy patterns, continuously interacting with us. One culture heavily bases space value on dollar value, aesthetics and functional factors. The other recognizes the unique energy of a space, as defined by its orientation and building date. Understanding the energy at play on a specific day (court, moving or contract signing day for example) or in a given space (office, board room, bedroom), dramatically increases the odds for effective outcome.

Three distinct consultations are possible:

  • Timing Strategy This consultation provides insights on best timing and date selection when action or decision is required. Questions include timing to buy or sell, project launch, infertility treatment and clarity when unexpected roadblocks strike. more...
  • Personal Analysis This session focuses on the personal road map of talents, inner strengths and challenges. The goal is to identify optimal professional, personal or emotional postures for sound decision making. more...
  • Space Audit This analysis focuses on coherence between space, people and their activity, providing options, perspectives and recommendations. An effective match provides better results at a lower human cost. more...

For a Personal Analysis and Timing consultation, the birth date of the key player(s) involved is necessary. Sessions last 1 full hour. Follow-up consultations are available on a yearly basis but it is not necessary to plan for sequel sessions up front, the answers provided in the initial reading having a long lasting effect.

For a Space Audit, floor plans, construction year and orientation are needed. With the visual tools now provided by internet, some level of analysis has become possible without a site visit. Project time varies from 1/2 day to 1 day 1/2. Follow up time is recommended.The Personal Analysis always precedes the Space audit, providing immediate insight and steps to proceed.

To better understand the principles and tools guiding these sessions, please refer to the Interview section.