Feng Shui Urban Planning

Don't we always do the 'tourist thing' when our overseas friends come to stay? Eco-warrior extraordinaire and looooong time friend Katja Wiese was speaking at the Lush Summit at Old Billingsgate a few weeks back, so I jumped at the chance to catch up with her. We dined at Darwin's Brasserie in the Sky Garden, naturally... and had a beautiful dusk walk around Tower of London and over Tower Bridge. I took some epic photos from the viewing platform of Sky Garden for my digital scrapbook and also to use as illustrations to point out some basic Feng Shui influences in our stately capital, The City of London.
Hostile CommissionWhen I first started creating this article in 2009, I entitled it "How many MEPs does it take to change a....policy?" ;) Perhaps I ought to have published it sooner, however, with all the hoo-ha about whether Britain should leave the EU, I felt compelled to share my research...
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
What are your first impressions when you see this building image? Comfortable or uncomfortable? Form, Form, Form...

A quick note to let you know that I am thrilled to announce I passed my Masters in Feng Shui City Planning exam, taken in July earlier this year. Grand Master Chan Kun Wah personally sets and marks the exam, so this is a real...