Thank you for visiting my blog! I give very thorough advice in my books, lectures and consultations, but I encounter new feng shui problems all the time. Here, I'll be sharing new solutions I come across and answering questions you might have. If you have a question that you can't find the answer to (please … Continue reading Welcome to my blog!
Hunker down and stay active at the same time—that's an ideal yin/yang balance. One of the most productive ways to stay active in your own home is by cleaning it. The physical activity of cleaning is helping your own body stay fit and at the same time you are doing excellent feng shui for your … Continue reading Feng Shui & Cleaning
Let the fun begin. This use of books and feng shui combines two of the most fun things I know of—the feng shui bagua and book covers. The covers I'll be discussing are from The Art of American Book Covers 1875—1930 by Richard Minsky, which I reviewed in my previous post. This is one of … Continue reading Feng Shui & Book Collecting: Enhancing the Bagua Areas
The yin and yang of collecting is the accessioning and deaccessioning of items in the collection. Accessioning is yang because you are making the collection larger—just like when you breathe in, you are making your body larger. Deaccessioning is yin because the collection becomes smaller. While reading the wonderful book, The Pleasures of Book Collecting … Continue reading Feng Shui & Book Collecting: Deaccessioning
Bricks-and-mortar bookstores are needed now more than ever. In this day and age of “truth decay” they are a visible symbol of truth and those who value it. The areas that need bookstores the most are the so-called “red states,” places where truth is not valued. Here I am in my second bookstore, Books as … Continue reading More Bookstores Now!
Red peppers are the most appropriate vegetable I can think of for planting in your front yard. The Red Bird is the symbolic animal for the front yard, and certain small hot peppers are actually called bird peppers. The plants have a spreading habit (as opposed to a vertical habit which represents the Turtle; see … Continue reading Feng Shui & the Food Garden: Red Peppers