Posts Tagged ‘IFSG’
Early in my Feng Shui schooling, I learned that your home mirrors your life. Very simply, if there is a lot of clutter in your home, your life will probably be one of confusion, indecisiveness, and exhaustion. However, I was skeptical about the correlation between a new home and a client’s long-standing issues. Being a ...Read more.
Earlier this year a hospital has been built, not only with LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design developed by the US Green Building Council) sustainable design standards, but with feng shui principles. It’s the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital in Michigan. The core mission, as I see it, is putting the patient and their ...Read more.
Many of the principles of Feng Shui are inherently within the sustainable building movement: namely, treading lightly on the Earth and using her resources wisely. However, there is a significant part of Feng Shui that is often missing from typical green designs. This wisdom can be integrated into sustainable-design practices to enrich human beings through ...Read more.