Meandering Pathways: Feng Shui For Your Garden

We are most at home in the out-of-doors and garden when we consider the origins and uses of feng shui. The oldest form school is principally concerned with the topographic lay of the land and the effects of wind (feng) and water (shui) in the natural world. The movement of wind and water is the…

Sacred Theatre: Celebrating the Earth Goddess

When you hear the word “goddess,” whom do you see? A celestial figure, holy mother, or larger-than-life Amazon, exotically beautiful, awesomely powerful, and possibly feared? The goddess was once a universal icon with countless names, faces, and attributes: Quan Yin, compassionate mother of Asia; Kali, Hindu creator/destroyer goddess; Aphrodite and Venus, Greco-Roman love and beauty…

Home Is A Feng Shui Heart: Romancing The Bedroom

Why do some couples become closer by sharing a new home, and others get drawn apart? Part of the answer lies in understanding the connection between habitation and inhabitants. The rooms in which couples live together subtly influence their relationship. The master bedroom is a priority because the family depends on the relationship that originates…

Live Thrives In Comfort: Balancing Yin and Yang

Feng shui is the balancing art of placement. It enhances the natural balance of your landscape, home, or business and enriches the lives of those who interact with the enhanced environment. Feng shui teaches that life force, called chi, meanders like the wind and water. Preparing an ideal path for its flow cultivates this vital…

Wild, Wild Western Feng Shui: An Introduction

Feng shui literally means wind and water. It describes their natural flow along the path of least resistance. Energy can be welcomed or repelled, cultivated or diverted, stagnant or circulating. It can rage like rapids or become as reflective as a lake. In Asian societies, this law of nature was observed and contemplated for over…