Lighting is so important in our lives and I am so pleased to see that lighting companies are really evolving in their understanding of how light impacts the human being and they are modifying their bulbs and systems to be much more responsive to human needs. Read more →
It is not that obvious to many, but Feng Shui is as much about timing as it is about the layout of space. WHEN you take action and implement my advice is just as important as HOW and WHERE in the home or office.
When you consider that nature has its regular cycles, and that Feng Shui is all about the dynamics of nature, then it is no surprise that ENERGY or ‘chi’/ ‘life force’ / ‘prana’ also has its time cycles. Read more →
See YOUR 2015 Chinese Animal Fortune Forecast below for the Year of the Yin Wood Sheep!
The Yin Wood Sheep is going to be a gentler year than the Yang Fire Horse of 2014 but we will still see some action due to the crushing stars at the centre. All in all though it will be a year of accomplishment, settling, storing and progress. The Sheep or Goat is very steady and methodical and very adaptable. The Kua is quite strong being 6/7 so it will help to create a wonderful blend of yin and yang this year which is always a productive combination. We could see problems in the Central parts of countries and also an escalation in problems in the Middle East and quite possibly an earthquake in that region. Read more →
It is trendy these days for coaches to say ‘there is a season for everything’… but they have no real system to substantiate that statement – the Chinese Five Element wisdom in your horoscope can literally show you the RIGHT SEASON, the RIGHT TIME to take inspired action.
Heaven is massive and still mostly unfathomed! The Chinese created elegant systems to engage with and listen to and communicate with this powerful energy. Read more →
It was an unexpected request from a lovely lady in Wimbledon, when she asked me about a feng shui position for her recently acquired terracotta warrior from Xian in China. When I arrived at the property earlier this year in July, this replica of the original warriors was placed in front of the house facing a little away from the home and not in the best feng shui position.
After familiarising myself with the house layout and the garden layout and measuring the site of the home (otherwise known as the back) I started to have some good inklings about where this chappie might belong. I had to take into consideration lawn space, trampoline space, visual appeal etc. as well as my ‘sensing the chi’ aspect.
I am very pleased to announce a joint venture with Stephen Henderson, a wonderful friend of mine who creates beautiful photographic artwork with magical elemental resonance.
I first met Stephen when randomly guided to Sedona in August 2012. I was very lucky to experience the beautiful Celtic Medicine Circle Read more →
“The Woodland Trust’s chief executive has said increasing people’s access to green spaces could cut billions of pounds from the NHS healthcare bill. Sue Holden said it had been calculated that the NHS could save £2.1bn a year if everyone had access to green spaces.” Source www.bbc.co.uk
Feng Shui is the study of the human being’s connection to nature, to the earth and to the cosmos and the application of such study to the built environment.
True wealth is needing less, not having more…
Why become a millionaire? What is your resistance or your motivation?
Money can be an emotive subject. According to T Harv Eker some people are ‘avoiders’ and ‘monks’ who would prefer not to be involved with money and some people are joyful yet potentially irresponsible ‘spenders’ and others are overly cautious ‘hoarders’…
Some people are totally turned off by the thought of millions and even more turned off by the thought of billions of pounds or euros or whatever currency…why is that? Read more →
Monte Carlo is the capital of the tiny principality of Monaco on the SE coast of the South of France. It displays all the classic feng shui features of a successful and wealthy place, because it has the ‘armchair formation’ which is high back and good ‘arms’ and a harbour to lock the chi. Unlike coastal cities that are a little flat and just have small harbours, this one really pulls all the E and SE chi into its centre which means it is circulating fresh energy all the time, far better than long and narrow city seafronts.
The palace itself is on a somewhat phallic stretch of land, the shape of which is also associated with wood element, vitality and commercial success, particularly when