I’ve just returned from a most remarkable Feng Shui conference in London, where I heard eight high-quality Feng Shui presentations in just one day.
Here are the first of my top takeaways from a fantastic day, which I hope you will find useful as well 🙂
(You can go on to read 2011 London Feng Shui Conference – Part 2 here.)
* Every space, occupied or not, is packed with energy — the energy of past inhabitants and their experiences, the energy of the land underneath the property, and so on.
* The concepts of Yin & Yang have been applied throughout architectural history to create a sense of wholeness and balance in buildings.
* Why do some cities become so mighty? Feng Shui Master Sarah McAllister explained three powerful cities: Teheran, the “overheated” capital of Iran; Kyoto, the gentle former capital of Japan; and London, whose financial strength is due to its “gathering Chi:” gentle surrounding hills and nourishing river.
* Locate the best energy in a place by finding where the oldest churches were placed.
The conference was packed with these kinds of insights.
You can go on to read more about it in London Feng Shui Conference – Part 2.
Were you at this conference, or past Feng Shui Society conferences? Please leave your thoughts in the Comments!
(photo by Philip Capper on Creative Commons)