I just got back from the Maine coast, struck as always by its fierce beauty.
Over the weekend that ferocity turned tragic when a huge “rogue wave” swept a little girl to her death. I didn’t realize waves could be “rogue”, only big an… read more »
Here are some color recommendations for kids’ bedrooms that I found recently in a major magazine.
From a Feng Shui perspective none of these colors belong in a child’s bedroom.
These are all “Yang” colors — great for rooms where a… read more »
I just came from a beautiful art show called “Dove/O’Keefe” at the Clark Museum in Williamstown, MA.
These two artists started out on parallel paths and were considered the Yin & Yang of the art world in the early years of the last centur… read more »
How was your 4th of July?
The weather in NYC was great, so we took advantage of it to bring our garden back into balance after our vacation week away.
With all the rain we’d had, the garden looked like an over-watered jungle when we got back — very unusual f… read more »
Have you ever been to the Getty Museum in LA? Last week I visited it for the second or third time, this time with my “Feng Shui eyes” open.
What a contrast between Richard Meier’s spectacular Yang architecture and Robert Irwin’s seductiv… read more »
The heat wave we’re experiencing in the Northeast right now tells me our world is out of balance. This kind of heat belongs in its correct season, Summer, which is Fire’s domain.
Springtime is the season of Wood — plants need this time to develop… read more »
Everything in the world is made up of a balance of energies known as Yin and Yang.
Yin & Yang energies bring your space into balance and give you ways to support the changes you’re experiencing in your life.
The well-known symbol shows that while Yin &… read more »
Many homes I go into are large enough to have two living rooms.
Oftentimes, though, one of them goes unused, whereas the other one, usually called the family room, is very active pretty much all the time.
These two rooms are out of balance in terms of Yin & Ya… read more »