Naja Li takes her name from the Li tradition of Feng Shui, in honour of the Masters who have entrusted their knowledge to her. She came across Feng Shui as a discipline whilst studying Chinese Medicine, and has trained with a Master in Melbourne. Sometime last century she read Classics and Biblical Studies at Trinity College Dublin and later encountered Eastern religion at Monash University. As befits someone who has spent most of their adult life thinking about religion, she is a sworn atheist.
In 2016 she started to ‘hear’ aspects of the Li tradition of Feng Shui. Once she accepted the role of one who communicates Li, her access to Feng Shui knowledge around health and sickness, living and dying expanded. She offers no rationale for the practice of clairaudience, or why these teachings may have been made available to her at this time.