My seventh book, Feng Shui for Real Estate, is here! I'm very pleased with it, and happy to say that it's already beginning to appear in our local bookstores. Here I am at home with the copies my publisher shipped to me. And below is a fantastic photo from our local Hawaii Island store, Big … Continue reading Feng Shui for Real Estate is Here
Feng Shui for Real Estate: A Guide for Buyers, Sellers and Agents will be released by Watermark Publishing next month. My seventh book will be published in September, and I turn seventy in October. (When a feng shui consultant turns eighty, that’s when—as I learned it—they can possibly qualify for the moniker “feng shui master.” That … Continue reading This Point in my Feng Shui Career
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
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!
A couple of physical objects have appeared at the White House since the election, and they are so odd as to warrant a feng shui exploration. The first is that Noguchi sculpture outside—frankly it looks like a big pile of cubistic excrement—big enough to trip over. https://twitter.com/japansociety/status/1331704594347552772?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Now, I'm a huge fan of Isamu Noguchi, … Continue reading Feng Shui & the Outgoing President