Enviromancy Feng Shui

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Enviromancy Feng Shui is an approach to environmental psychology based on modernizing ancient Chinese traditions.

Feng shui means “the flow of wind and water”, and at its essence it is about how human beings flow through our natural environment.

Enviromancy Feng Shui consultations involve a combination of psychological counseling and interior design methodology.

Feng Shui Environmental Psychology

The first step of environmental psychology is understanding who we are and how we feel in our space. We help clients assess what state of mind their home or workplace is contributing to. By exploring the state of mind of the individual and the family or organization of which they are a part, clues emerge about patterns that may relate to the environment we live in. Sometimes a place comes to symbolize personal or organizational dysfunction, and other times there are focal points and symbols of our well being and prosperity to be restored and emphasized.

Feng Shui Interior Design Methodology

Once we understand ourselves and have a list of priorities to work on, we begin to shape our environment to affect transformation in our daily lives. Feng Shui teaches us a wealth of interior design techniques for enhancing psychological well-being.

We begin by decluttering accumulations of unwanted things that symbolize neglect. Clearing clutter create more space in which to imagine what kind of life we want to live and what tools and symbols will serve and inspire us every day.

Then we carefully select the things that will serve our purposes, combining practical efficiency and aesthetic beauty till everything about our space makes us happier and more effective in pursuing our aspirations.

Consultations

To request a feng shui consultation, contact Rhea Peake.

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