Listen & Learn:
3:15 – What is Bazi
6:35 – What in Rebecca’s chart makes it similar to that of a serial killer’s
9:03 – Rebecca’s Bazi chart explained
11:11 – What’s ‘extra special’ about Rebecca’s chart
13:38 – Jen’s advice for Rebecca in 2023 – Noble Man Year
19:00 – 2nd half of Rebecca’s chart
23:27 – The system of Bazi & how it works
25:25 – Rebecca’s floorplans for her new build community & Feng Shui
29:38 – Where to watch Jen’s 1st show & how to contact her for your own reading
30:15 – Jen’s haunted house stories
35:11 – The services Jen offers & her next class
37:06 – Rebecca’s final thoughts
Jen Stone – Accredited Feng Shui Master, Author, Public Speaker, & Realtor: A native of Hong Kong, Jen Stone (née Nicomedes) founded Feng Shui by Jen®, providing comprehensive Classical Feng Shui consulting services for homes and businesses, including individualized BaZi (Four Pillars of Destiny) readings, and Auspicious Date Selection.
Jen studied with many teachers in the past, but the most significant and influential teacher was when she trained with world-renowned Feng Shui and BaZi teacher, researcher, and lecturer, Grand Master Raymond Lo at the Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui and Destiny in Hong Kong. Her training included traveling with Grand Master Lo to Singapore, Dubai, Istanbul, Shanghai, and Tokyo, and he continues to mentor Jen in all areas of Chinese Metaphysics including Classical Feng Shui, BaZi, and I-Ching Divination today.
In 2013, Grand Master Lo hand-selected Jen to be his representative of the Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui and Destiny in the United States – an honorary title not held by anyone else in the United States. This was the most pivotal and important turning point in Jen’s Feng Shui practice. She is also the only one authorized to teach Grand Master Lo’s training program anywhere in the world. Certificates issued under her instruction are recognized by the School and endorsed by the International Feng Shui Association.
While primarily based in Scottsdale, AZ, Jen also represents the prestigious Raymond Lo School of Feng Shui and Destiny (Hong Kong). She teaches Grand Master Raymond Lo’s programs — a 5-Day Feng Shui Practitioners Training program, 5-Day BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny Training program, and I Ching Divination Training program — in the U.S. and overseas. All program certificates are co-signed by Grand Master Raymond Lo and Jen and endorsed by the International Feng Shui Association.
On November 26, 2016, Jen was awarded the prestigious title of “Accredited Feng Shui Master” by Asia’s International Feng Shui Association (IFSA). The title makes her the first and only professional to hold the title of Feng Shui Master in North America. Over the last few years, Jen has devoted a tremendous amount of time and resources to establish a solid and reputable Feng Shui practice in the U.S., and has tirelessly mastered her skills in the three important subject areas of Chinese Metaphysics: Feng Shui, BaZi (Four Pillars of Destiny), and I Ching Divination. Her dedication does not only extend to “perfecting” the craft, but also by faithfully sharing and promoting the authenticity and beauty of these subjects in the West–a feat that is often met with obstacles and skepticism. But a mission worth pursuing!
In 2014, Jen published her debut book, The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts, available on Amazon.com. This fun, introductory book demystifies popular Western myths, misconceptions, and “new age” ideas around this authentic, ancient Eastern practice, and clearly outlines the history and different schools and styles of Feng Shui. It is a great and handy book for beginners and enthusiasts. Foreword is written by Grand Master Raymond Lo.
In December 2018, Jen launched a Feng Shui magazine called Feng Shui Journal. The genesis of the magazine is to collect meaningful content and share valuable information on Classical Feng Shui and other related subjects on Chinese Metaphysics including Chinese Medicine, Face Reading, BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny, Qi Men Dun Jia, Feng Shui on Interior Design and Architecture, I Ching Divination, Palm Reading, and more. The magazine aims to highlight professionals and experts in their respective fields, including active students and loyal enthusiasts. Since there is a great demand for real-time literature on Feng Shui in the West, Jen felt the magazine serves as a tool to help bridge beginners and experts together and to promote global awareness on these important subjects with special emphasis placed on authenticity, tradition, and integrity. This triannual publication is available in print and online. To learn more, visit HERE.