A warm welcome to MINGS... to the auspicious world of I-Ching and Geomancy.
I-Ching, the Book of Changes and Geomancy, the oneness of the universe between man and the environment, are the two most basic areas that MINGS focuses on. They are also the essence of Feng Shui. Feng (wind) and Shui ( water) integrate both yin and yang (the forces of harmony for an individual or space) and harness harmony in synchronization with the limitations of culture and civilization in today's cyber age

Vowing to guide you on the road to spiritual and philosophical maturity, MINGS hopes to help you understand how humankind and its surroundings are inextricably linked. And the role the five elements - metal, wood, fire, water and earth – play in this bonding.

As many associate Feng Shui to Chinese folklore, myths and beliefs and ancient anecdotes, it is MINGS intention to change this perception; to introduce Feng Shui as a science and review its positive integration into the daily highs and lows of an individual.



To date, the agile Goat is navigating the treacherous slopes of 2015 and remains undaunted in spite of challenging times. How will the cheeky Monkey fare in 2016?

Will the Monkey be stealing bananas or will it swing to greater heights? To those in the know, it will be a time of opportunity.

MINGS has been making forecasts and predictions based on ancient formulas derived from the Yi Jing. This is part of MINGS’ ongoing research to test and refine these formulas for the modern world.

Come join us at the MINGS 2016 Outlook Talk

We are proud to announce our series of members meetings for the coming months.

Come join us to discuss Feng Shui matters of interest and learn authentic Feng Shui principles from MINGS.

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