Feng Shui is a mysterious metaphysic of Han Chinese with a long history. It is the power of the nature and the energy of the large magnetic field of the universe. Feng (wind) is the air and the field energy, while Shui (water) means flow and change. Feng Shui is a theory studying the micro materials (air, water and soil) and the macro environment (heaven and earth) which are vital to the human survival and development. The core idea of Feng Shui is the harmony between human and nature.We are our hormones. We are our bodies. We are our minds and souls. We are also social beings. Life is complex and there are many dimensions to it. So it’s natural to think that our immediate environments will affect us on different levels from physical to hormonal to emotional, to mental to spiritual to social and beyond. Let’s start with how does feng shui affect our hormones which are responsible for our behaviour, mood and state of mind. We have many hormones but let’s focus on dopamine, endorphin, oxytocin, serotonin, melatonin and cortisol.