What We Have to Learn About Feng Shui in Disneyland

Published June 3, 2012 by jptan2012

Disneyland is considered by many people as the happiest place on earth, while this is debatable, no one can deny that Disneyland’s success can be attributed, not so much with good physical Feng Shui, but by it’s ultimate positive chi of happiness.

My family and me recently went on a vacation in Hong Kong, needless to say, for the sake of the kids who are traveling with us we went to Disneyland. I won’t be able to post my family’s pictures here because they value their privacy, but out pictures shows that the adults enjoyed Disneyland as much as the kids did.

Somebody once told me that Disneyland Hong Kong did consult a Feng Shui expert, and judging from its entrance, I think it really has good Feng Shui. However, even if they didn’t consult a Feng Shui expert, the amount of positive energy created by all the happy images of Mickey Mouse and the Disney gang, and the amount of positive energy created by the people who go there is more than enough to counter bad Feng Shui.

What I’m trying to say is while good physical Feng Shui is important, inner Feng Shui, which is all about being happy and positive is much more powerful.

Allow me to share some pictures that we took in HK Disneyland. Just by looking at these pictures, it’s enough to create some positive chi.

The water fountain at the entrance of HK Disneyland signifies money coming in. It’s a nice idea that they put Mickey Mouse on top of the water fountain, because it signifies that the management is in control on how the money comes in and how they are spent.

The iconic Disneyland Castle also suggest power but at the same time it connotes warmth, which makes people want to visit Disneyland.

Inside the ‘It’s A Small World’ Castle. The atmosphere here is really of a friendly, peaceful one.

Seeing the different Disney characters is enough to lift one’s spirits. It’s just a surge of subtle positive chi. Both kids and adults seeing the different Disney characters.

Mickey Mouse

Minnie Mouse with Pluto




Winnie the Pooh

Is this Snow White or Cinderella?


Buzz Lightyear of Toy Story



And of course the fireworks at the end of the days is simply amazing. Pictures are unable to capture the beauty of the sound/music that goes with the fireworks. But Disneyland made sure that even though evening is largely a Yin energy they still end with a Yang energy activity.

3 comments on “What We Have to Learn About Feng Shui in Disneyland

  • how I wish I could visit Hongkong too and see some tourist spots there like the Disneyland!

  • Interesting! I never thought this “western culture” park has so much about Fengshui~ I should realized it when I was traveling there. Nobody told me about it.

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