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It is early January and once again I’m feeling blessed with work. In the last few weeks I’ve had 3 clients contact me for feng shui consultations. After a 3 month hiatus, it feels good to get back to doing what I love –  helping people make the most of their living and working environments. […]

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Understanding the Lo Shu

In Classical Feng Shui, we use many different tools and techniques to assess and measure the energy of the environment. Each one of these techniques is like a portal to the world of invisible energy. Some techniques are more complex than others. Understanding the Lo Shu and how time changes the numeric pattern helps us […]

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Wabi-sabi is not only an aesthetic, it is also a philosophy born out of a Japanese world-view based on Taoism and Zen Buddhism. In Taoist cosmology, it is believed that all things that are manifest in the world come from the great void know as the Tao, and eventually everything shall return to the Tao. […]

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Summer Garden

I just finished planting a small summer garden on my back deck. It is full of bright flowers, climbing vines and summer vegetables. As a city dweller, I love getting my hands into the dirt and playing with plants and flowers to beautify my small outdoor space. After my morning of working in the sun, […]

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Summer Solstice

The summer solstice marks the height of summer – the time of year when I feel the strongest connection with the power of the sun. Today I can literally feel the sun’s energy soaking into my skin and nourishing me. The abundance of this energy overflows my capacity for absorption. I bubble up with laughter […]

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Wabi-sabi

I recently learned about the Japanese aesthetic referred to as “wabi-sabi.” For many years I’ve been trying to describe this very thing with my somewhat limited English vocabulary.  When I stumbled upon the term wabi-sabi in Mother Earth News, it was as if my personal view of the world had finally found a place to […]

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Early Heaven Bagua

“The cross in the middle of each of these mystical glyphs is like the X that marks the spot on a treasure map: it shows the location of the throne of wisdom and, if you will, the abode of soul. Perhaps these traditionally sacred images might also reveal the route by which we may approach and explore these mysteries.” -Ken Taylor

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The golden ratio and feng shui

The golden ratio is a very important concept in feng shui due to the way it implies aspects of balance and perfection of shapes. Feng shui is based on the search for harmony between the human beings and the environment in which they are. Feng shui is always looking for balancing the elements and objects which surround living beings and compose their environments.

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Give the gift of romance and intimacy this Valentine’s Day, by boosting the love potential of your bedroom with easy Feng Shui adjustments. First, take a few minutes to assess the composition of your bedroom. Is it set up for romance and a loving relationship or are there distractions and obstructions in the flow of […]

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