Innocent sarcasm intended.
Feng Shui is so developed in the 21st century. You just need to paint certain sectors with certain colours and viola! (And we wish) Miracles will start raining down.
Nowadays, it’s so simple to fix a Feng Shui problem. You just need to install some prescribed cure packages that is usually one of those Chinese themed sculptures or toys, spray paint your rooms in certain colors, work yourself silly busy with some DIYs on all the small petty things that have minimal impact like plant yourself in certain generic directions applicable to half the population, put certain lucky objects that changes design every year (if it works…why would you keep changing it?) in the house, on the work desk, on your bed’s headboard, totally revamp your house such that it strays from its bali or zen theme and to the extent that no one can tell what culture you previously subscribe to, decorate yourself with all sorts of crystals charms shiny stuff to the extent of making a decor mannequin look as if it has been slacking.
After all the hectic work of tending to the petty details that are usually close to zero Feng Shui value but high up on the psychological effect, give yourself a big pat on the back for successfully implementing all the Feng Shui cures.
Nevermind your religion or culture, just follow what the book conveniently named SECRETS OF FENG SHUI says and summon all the dragons and toads into your house. That is modern Feng Shui, a load of tasty whipped potato Funs.