March 6, 2019

We are waking up to the importance of living in a healthier environment, for our sake and the sake of our children, and the sake of the planet.

Feng Shui predates the idea of psychological sustainability, but that is part of what Feng Shui seeks to achieve - humans livi...

January 5, 2019

Pathways and your life

Let’s take a walk around your home. Is it easy to get around in or do you have to wind your way between furniture or architectural elements?

If it’s easy to get around – good for you.

We look at the psychological impact of the your setting on you.

Wh...

December 14, 2018

 Feng Shui makes a big deal about the location of your desk. You should never have your back to the door, though that is often the case. Why shouldn't you have your back to the door?  Because we don't like being startled or being taken by surprise especially when sitti...

August 16, 2018

Signs make for good feng shui. Feng Shui is designed to bring harmony between humans and their environment. Where better to feel harmony than in the dental office!

I was going to do a consultation for a dental practice client. As part of my consultation, I want to know...

April 13, 2018

Yes! Like a pain in your knee, clutter points to a particular area that is calling for attention in your home or workspace.  Our homes and workspaces are outer representations of what’s going on inside of us—how we really feel and think.  Do you feel frustrated, depres...

February 15, 2018

I’m often asked by clients, “Is it bad to have a television or a computer in my bedroom?”  I always answer by asking them what the purpose of their bedroom is – what is the job description of the bedroom?  You may not in the habit of thinking of your rooms as having jo...

June 8, 2017

There’s good news: Feng Shui can help! Feng Shui tools give us an effective way of shifting people’s attitudes and behaviors by shifting the energy of the space they are in. Today, I will share the 5- Element tool with you. Like much of Feng Shui, the 5-Element tool is...

April 13, 2017

Look for the ‘primary driver’ – a symbol which the homeowner has put in his or her space. It will set the tone for how they live. It will be close to or visible from the entrance. For instance, if there is a table near the entry door, look at what’s on that table. If i...