Events

Oahu

Events free, unless noted otherwise.

Friday, February 9
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Bodhi Tree Meditation Center
654A Judd St.
(808) 537-1171
The Feng Shui Bagua class (Fee: $15)

This class introduces the Five Elements (which are also used in acupuncture) and their application to furnishings and landscapes. The yin/yang symbol is explained, showing its evolution into the bagua map, which is a grid that lies over the floor plan. Each area corresponds to an aspect of life. The orientation of the grid is based on the door, which is called the Mouth of Chi. The lecture shows how to remedy the problems created by uniquely-shaped houses. These problems are called such things as Missing Areas or Meat-Cleaver Homes. The problems are most severe when they affect the two power corners, Wealth and Relationship. These two rear corners are discussed in depth, as is the power of color. Water features, plants, and clutter reduction are explained, as well as eliminating conflicting energy from the home, and how single people can attract relationships. The other bagua areas are Wisdom, Reputation, Career, Helpful People, Creativity and Children. The word ba means eight; the word gua means area. Bagua literally means eight areas around the room. No pre-registration is required.

Saturday, February 10
10:30am – 11:30am
Kapolei Public Library
1020 Manawai St.
(808) 693-7050
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Saturday, February 10
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Main Public Library
478 S. King St.
(808) 586-3500
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Saturday, February 10
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Pineapple Patio
2038 S. King St.
Office Feng Shui class
pre-registration required; visit Aloha Dream Board

This class covers the most important decision in offices: How to place the desk in a powerful position—one that represents support, backing, and awareness—and, of course, what to do when the ideal desk position in unattainable—such as in cubicles. The class also covers the flow of energy within the office and how to counter the effects of harsh energy. Applying the bagua chart to the office plan and desk top is also explained. Office colors, surface choices, decoration, and lighting are also discussed. A tour of the Aloha Dreamboard office will be included. Parking is free after 6 pm. Pre-registration is required.

Sunday, February 11
10:30am – 11:30am
Kaneohe Public Library
45-829 Kamehameha Hwy.
(808) 233-5676
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Sunday, February 11
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Kaimuki Public Library
1041 Koko Head Ave.
(808) 733-8422
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

 

Maui

Events free, unless noted otherwise.

Thursday, March 6
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Wailuku Public Library
251 S. High St.
(808) 243-5766
Feng Shui for Love & Money talk & book signing

This talk will explain how to use and enhance the two powerful back corners of a space, the Relationship Corner in the far right, and the Wealth Corner in the far left. The talk also explains various other aspects of feng shui concerned with harmony and prosperity. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Friday, March 9
11:00am – noon
Lahaina Public Library
680 Wharf St.
(808) 662-3950
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Friday, March 9
3:00pm – 4:00pm
Kihei Public Library
35 Waimahaihai St.
(808) 875-6833
Feng Shui for Love & Money talk & book signing

This talk will explain how to use and enhance the two powerful back corners of a space, the Relationship Corner in the far right, and the Wealth Corner in the far left. The talk also explains various other aspects of feng shui concerned with harmony and prosperity. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Saturday, March 10
10:00am – 11:00am
Makawao Public Library
1159 Makawao Ave.
(808) 573-8785
Feng Shui for Love & Money talk & book signing

This talk will explain how to use and enhance the two powerful back corners of a space, the Relationship Corner in the far right, and the Wealth Corner in the far left. The talk also explains various other aspects of feng shui concerned with harmony and prosperity. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

Saturday, March 10
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Kahului Public Library
90 School St.
(808) 873-3097
Bedroom Feng Shui talk, followed by book signing

According to feng shui, the bedroom is the most important room and the bed is the most important object in the home. The most frequent question I’m asked is where to put the bed. The short answer is to put it so you can easily see the door from the bed. But there are many other factors that influence the placement, such as the location of windows and bathrooms. This talk will also address various details, such as color, texture, lighting, and artwork, that help a bedroom support sound sleep. There will be time for questions and comments. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Friends of the Library.

 

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