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Feng Shui- Nature's Blueprint For A Balanced Home And Garden

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Anyone who works with nature knows that there is a universal life force that is present. By design, nature created plants to have energy is perfectly balanced. This is one of the reasons why spending time gardening or being outdoors enables you to become grounded with a renewed sense of balance, peace and harmony.

Feng Shui is the Chinese geomantic practice in which a structure or site is chosen or configured so as to harmonize with the spiritual forces that inhabit it. The word "feng" refers to the element of wind and “shui” water. The basic concept of Feng Shui is to maintain positive energy or encourage good “chi” for the purpose of balance and harmony. These principles can be applied inside your home as well as your home landscape. Homes and rooms that have been arranged according to Feng Shui principles are very attractive and the inhabitants, successful. Feng Shui was actually used in ancient China primarily, in landscape design in order to develop new communities. Today, people choose to utilize Feng Shui techniques for improving wealth, health or a personal relationship.

San Dan Yi has been a Feng Shui Practitioner since 1998. San utilizes the Art of Placement for businesses and homes to create balanced and calm environments that are conducive to attracting Wealth, Loving Relationships, improved Health and the protection of family. San Dan Yi believes Feng Shui is a lifelong learning process. He is a proponent of traditional compass school theories and Tibetan Black Hat Sect.

He most admires Lillian Woo who he feels made Feng Shui more simplified for the masses to understand. San has been most influenced by the teachings of Terah Kathryn Collins and the Western School of Feng Shui in Northern San Diego County.

Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to San Dan Yi about how you can create balance in your home and garden!