Today, decades later, I have chosen to make my home among those same New York hills. Having spent many years in and around diverse urban areas across North America – New York City, Montreal, Toronto, and Mexico City – I grew acutely sensitive to the relationship between landform features, natural and manmade, and the ways that human life develops therein.
A desire for a further understanding led me to begin my informal study of Feng Shui in the early 1980s. The ancient principles of this practice provided me with a structure with which I could explain my observations, and which helped me to begin to channel the environmental energies for my own benefit and that of others.
Teotihuacan, Mexico (1987) – Aaron Lee at the Pyramid of the Sun, the third largest pyramid on earth.
Feng Shui opens doors to the past, to the future, and to the universe beyond our five senses. We are linked to the past because many traditional societies acknowledged the flow and impact of earth energies. We connect with the future because the life energy, or chi, that Feng Shui harnesses, will be fully and widely understood in the decades to come. Feng Shui unlocks the infinite universe because it is the link between the physical and metaphysical worlds.
– Aaron Lee Koch
I have enjoyed a career in education, teaching at the secondary school level, as well as two decades as a successful computer professional in the corporate world, in both the United States and Canada. During those years, I pursued my spiritual and metaphysical development, of which Feng Shui was an intrinsic part. I am extremely grateful to the many teachers and mentors that have helped me along my spiritual path.
Two women who have particularly influenced and guided me are Louise Hay and Lillian Too. Metaphysical teacher and author Louise L. Hay, who I first met in 1986, taught me that there are no limits in life other than those which we create for ourselves.
Aaron Lee with Louise Hay (March 1997) – A shady spot in Louise’s garden in Solana Beach, California.
Aaron Lee Koch is one of New York’s most acclaimed Feng Shui practitioners.
– Lillian Too, April 2001
With Lillian Too at her home in Pantai Hills, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Raymond Lo appeared on NBC’s Today Show from the Beijing Olympics. Click here to view.
Additionally, I have studied Xuan Kong Feng Shui through the Yap Chang Hai Feng Shui Center of Excellence, and I have been granted Professional Certification by the Feng Shui Institute of Canada. I hold a CertIficate of Studies in Vaastu Shastra and Sthapatya Veda (Indian Vedic Architecture) from Vaastu Expert Olga Mandodari Sokolova, in the lineage of Padma Bhushan Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati. I also hold a Bachelor of Arts degree (History & Secondary Education) from the City University of New York, and a Master of Science degree (Computer Science) from the New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, Long Island. I am a member of the International Feng Shui Guild and I adhere to both the International Feng Shui Guild Code of Ethics and the Feng Shui Institute of Canada Code of Ethics.
On a Rainy Day in Central Hong Kong (September 2005) – Aaron Lee Studies the Extraordinary Feng Shui of the Bank of China Tower.
In summary, I have studied Feng Shui in all its forms since 1982. I have practiced authentic classical Feng Shui on a full-time basis since 1999. It gives me great pleasure to bring my extensive background to every 8 Feng Shui home & business Consultation Service.