Master Helen Ong is the first Chinese Metaphysics practitioner in Asia to successfully combine the principles and techniques of BioGeometry with traditional Feng Shui and BaZi. Her forward-thinking and open-minded approach to metaphysical practice and mastery updates ancient practices to modern norms.
Helen realised that Feng Shui alone could never account for the influence of wireless communications, EMF radiations and even satellite transmissions that permeate our bodies and environments at the microcellular level. None of these were concerns in ancient times. Thus, she takes it upon herself to study and master various metaphysical doctrines from all corners of the world, developing Senses.Live – a modern BioGeometry Feng Shui doctrine that layers principles to rejuvenate and revitalise the body, mind and soul in harmony with rapid technological advancements.
Before Senses.Live, Helen founded Senses – The Art of Living (“Senses”) in 1999, an acclaimed corporate interior design firm that wove in the principles of Chinese metaphysics with modern design sensibilities – the first design firm to do so with success.
A market leader in Singapore for the teaching of metaphysics courses in Ba Zi, Feng Shui, I-Ching and Face Reading, Helen set the gold standard for teaching Chinese metaphysics. Usually taught in Mandarin, her ability to translate and distil complex theories into easily digestible bits (and in English) quickly made her the top choice for aspiring students.
Leaving stagnancy out of the classroom, Helen avoids the technical and goes for the creative. Her Feng Shui, Ba Zi, BioGeometry and now Senses.Live classes are some the world’s most comprehensive. She shows businessmen, entrepreneurs and investors how to realize and accelerate their wealth successfully through personal wellness, earning her multiple endorsements from corporate clients and the media.
A postgraduate in Strategic Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Management (CIM) and a B.A. Graduate in Buddhist Studies from the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka, Helen is passionate in spreading the message of compassion. She strongly believes in giving back to the community. She has been the sole fundraiser and patron for two children’s homes in Sri Lanka after the 2004 tsunami, giving homeless and destitute children an environment that fosters love and kindness. Helen is still heavily involved in maintaining the homes, conducts regular visits and fundraising initiatives to benefit the children.