Guns and Feng Shui

Yet another horrific shooting in Colorado—a state already etched into America’s consciousness with the 1999 shooting of 14 children at Colombine High School.  This time, 12 are dead so far, and 50 are wounded, including a four-month old infant. Feng Shui tells us our environment is a reflection of our inner world—and our inner world… Read more…

Six Feng Shui Tips for Your Spring Garden!

In Feng Shui, we learn that your garden is as important as the inside of your house in affecting the energy of the family.  These six tips will make sure your yard has smooth, gentle, and nurturing energy flow. 1.  Check for plants, bushes and trees that didn’t make it through the winter.  Dead plants… Read more…

The Noble Chrysanthemum: 9 Ways to Energize Your Life with the Feng Shui Symbol for Fall

According to traditional Feng Shui beliefs, now is the time to enjoy the noble chrysanthemum, the ancient symbol for fall and longevity. A sacred flower is symbolic of each season: the chrysanthemum—fall, the plum blossom—winter, peony—spring, lotus—summer. It is considered especially lucky to use the flower in that season to energize one’s home, office, or… Read more…

Art and Feng Shui or “I can’t believe my spouse made me hang up that hideous picture!”

You feel the picture your spouse received from an amateur artist friend is best displayed inside your closet—facing the wall.  But you have to hang it up somewhere, right? According to Feng Shui, think again! Your artwork—like all the objects in your home—speak to you at an unconscious level every time you pass the picture,… Read more…