Jason is the owner and operator of Feng Shui Toronto. He holds degrees in Engineering and in English Literature, and is listed as a Senior Feng Shui Practitioner with the Feng Shui Research Center.
Jason found a way to satisfy his long-time interest in feng shui 2003. That year, he discovered the Feng Shui Research Center (FSRC) and Master Joseph Yu.
Not wanting to rush in head-long, he first purchased and read The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feng Shui, Second Edition, for which Master Yu was one of the authors. The book resonated with him, especially the logical, reasoned approach to feng shui that it took. In early 2004 Jason began studying Feng Shui in earnest through the FSRC.
In January 2005, Jason achieved the higher diploma certification from the Feng Shui Research Center. Since that time he has continued his studies with courses in Xuan Kong Da Gua, Plum Blossom divination, and Wen Wang Gua Yi Jing (I Ching) divination.
Jason approaches feng shui from a practical and sensible perspective. Feng shui solutions should fit into your décor and your budget. In many cases, authentic feng shui has little to do with the decoration of a space, but everything to do with how you can best use it. For example, certain areas of your home may be better for an office, while others might be better for a retreat or area of personal reflection and relaxation. In a home with multiple entrances, one may be more auspicious than another.
Jason knows that it is important to work with the client in implementing feng shui recommendations, which is why his consultations always include personal visits to go over the written reports he creates.
Jason first began reading tarot cards in 1996, and has continued his study and practice of them, and other European divinatory methods since that time. Among the systems with which he is familiar are:
- Lenormand cards
- European geomancy