Feng Shui Society Conference 8

9 Brilliant International Presenters  

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WATCH NOW: 8 Feng Shui Conference London UK 17-18 May 2014

Introduction by the Feng Shui Society’s Chairman: Raymond Catchpole

Saturday 17 May 2014 | 9.50am – 5.45pm  

Jodi Brunner, Carla Miles-Robinson, Jeannie Tower, Peter Tyrer, Alidad,  Ting-Foon Chik,  Derek Walters, Elliot Jay Tanzer,  Diane Grobler


Feng Shui Form & Architecture in China – Jodi Brunner (Australia)
Australians love to travel and in order for us to truly understand the roots of this extraordinary art known as feng shui, at some point in our training it is important to actually travel to China ourselves. Doing so allows us to feel the qi of the place, to visualise the locations where our predecessors have planned their feng shui, and to ponder their techniques and choices. This enriches our knowledge of yin and yang feng shui, form school and Chinese architecture and symbolism. If you have not had the opportunity to travel to China, share with our speaker the wonders of feng shui in its homeland. If you have been to China, Jodi’s presentation will bring back fond memories. Travel with Jodi and her Luo Pan from Xian to Shanghai, Hong Kong to Hangzhou, on a visual tour to places of feng shui significance.

jodi_brunner_titleJodi Brunner, MFS FSRC, AFSC, is based in Melbourne, Australia and is the President of the Association of Feng Shui Consultants and co-founder of the Global Feng Shui Alliance. A dedicated student of Master Joseph Yu and lecturer for the Feng Shui Research Centre (FSRC), Jodi has traveled extensively since she began studying feng shui in 1995, particularly to Asia. In the past two years Jodi has attended two lengthy tours to China, one to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the FSRC and the other, a feng shui study tour of China with Master Howard Choy. Jodi has also attended an architecture tour in Hong Kong with Master Issac Chung and has run Feng Shui Tours of Melbourne’s Chinatown for over 15 years. Jodi has also run her own tours to Hong Kong and China several times.


How to Feng Shui Your Bedroom  – Carla Miles-Robinson (UK)
Our bedrooms are the most important rooms in our homes, simply because we spend at least one third of our lives there. Come and learn how to optimise, energise, beautify and feng shui your bedrooms for love and health in nine simple steps. You’ll never see your bedroom in the same light again (whether by day or by night).

Carla-Image-cropCarla Miles-Robinson is a feng shui consultant and has an extensive background in creative services, commercial management, art design and photography. Her passion for art and design has given her a keen eye for colour and style.

COFFEE BREAK


The Tao and Ecology of Feng Shui  Jeannie Tower (USA)
In these times of information overload, Steve Jobs said “Simplicity is the highest form of sophistication”. Feng shui can get complex and complicated at times but it doesn’t have to be that way. This talk will help you to see feng shui in a new way, grounded in the ancient principles of Tao and modern ecological trends. Feng shui works best when it’s simple and contextual – and it can still be profound as it works on many levels. Come and learn how to use feng shui to clarify your life and business, getting the results you want with simple and powerful feng shui ideas.

Jeannie TowerJeannie Tower is a Feng Shui and Interior Alignment Consultant, Building Biologist and Electro-biologist who specializes in creating energetically aligned, vibrant, eco-friendly homes and work spaces. Since 1995, Jeannie has consulted, taught and written on the topic of indoor environments and how they affect our spiritual, mental and physical health. More about Jeannie Tower


Nidotherapy: The Importance of Harmonious Relationship with the Environment Peter Tyrer (UK)
Nidotherapy is a new mental health treatment. It is actually a ‘proxy-treatment’: rather than treating the patient directly, it works by adjusting the environment to make a better fit for the person. Although other therapies have an environmental component, nidotherapy, named after the Latin ‘nidus’ (‘nest’ – since a nest accommodates to a wide variety of shapes), is the only one that works only on the environment. The psychological component comes with the nidotherapist’s systematic analysis of all aspects of the patient’s environment  to make sure the right environmental pathway is chosen. In a randomised trial compared with standard treatment, nidotherapy has been shown to reduce the time those with severe mental illness spend in hospital (Ranger et al, 2009; Tyrer et al, 2012).

Peter TyrerPeter Tyrer is Professor of Community Psychiatry at Imperial College, London. He has worked with patients primarily with severe mental illness for the last 25 years and developed nidotherapy in response to the poor outcome of many patients with allegedly ‘resistant mental illness’. Many of these also have personality disorders and these conditions are particularly appropriate for nidotherapy. More info: http://nidotherapy.wordpress.com/

LUNCH (13.00-14.00) Buffet lunch provided


The Timeless Home – Alidad (UK)
Alidad is marking the publication of his first book “The Timeless Home” by sharing with us his unique aesthetic style, evocative design, and how to create a timeless home. Functionality, proportion and comfort are paramount, but Alidad will also reveal the secrets of the intangible feng shui principles which enhance beauty, harmony and balance.

AlidadAlidad is a multi award-winning residential interior designer (awarded Best Interior Designer by three highly respected international magazines: World of Interiors, House & Garden and Elle Decoration) who is internationally renowned for creating interiors of glowing elegance and controlled glamour by the exacting use of sumptuous textiles, rich colour and high-quality craftsmanship. More about Alidad


One Chart, Many LivesTing-Foon Chik (UK)
There are many people on this planet whose ‘four pillars’ astrological chart look the same. Do they lead the same lives? What is pre-destined? What are the influences of human decisions and actions? In this presentation there will be a brief introduction to the four pillars of destiny, and a discussion of some of the subtleties that mean people born with the same qi energy pattern in their birth chart can lead different lives. Find out how you can make the most of your future luck.

Ting-Foon ChikTing-Foon Chik is a Chinese astrologer and feng shui consultant who loves to help others improve their luck. If you like Chinese animal sign horoscopes, Foon writes a daily and monthly Chinese astrology column for www.gbtimes.com. On a more profound level, Foon uses the full natal charts known as the four pillars of destiny to do personal readings. If you want to learn feng shui, Foon will be delighted to welcome you onto the accredited feng shui training course.

COFFEE BREAK


The Order of the Five Elements – Derek Walters (UK)

Feng shui students and enthusiasts will be familiar with the ‘production’ cycle of the Five Elements. But what was the original order of the elements and why was it changed to the one which is almost universally used today?  Derek Walters will take ten minutes to explain this surprising discovery!
Derek Waters Feng ShuiDerek Walters is an internationally renowned authority on Chinese astrology and feng shui. He was accepted as the only Western member of the Hong Kong Society of Diviners in 1990, and a member of the Scientific Organising Committee of the Symposium on Ancient Astronomy held in Nanjing in 1997. He edited and added forewords to two volumes of scientific papers on Feng Shui and the Built Environment published by the City University of Hong Kong. He has led feng shui courses in Brazil, Germany, Finland, Russia, and the Far East and is the author of several books, including ‘Chinese Astrology’, first published in 1984, which after several editions and translations will be published in French this year.

Location, Location, Location – An Introduction to Astrocartography Elliot Jay Tanzer (USA)
Feng shui is sometimes defined as the art of placement and astrocartography is a locational astrology, which studies life conditions through differences in location. An astrocartography map of the world will show you exactly where each planet was passing over at the moment of your birth and how different locations may have different influences, making it easier or more difficult to manifest your goals and even to resolve personality and health issues. If you’re considering a move to a new location, or want to have more insights into how the current location is shaping your life, astrocartography has the answers.

Elliot Jay TanzerElliot Jay Tanzer, professional astrologer with 40 years experience and providing feng shui services since 1994, has presented at many international feng shui conferences in the USA. He is the author of ‘Feng Shui Secrets: Health, Wealth & Relationship Harmony’ and the designer of the Feng Shui Master Formula Study Guides and Tutorial. His other books, educational materials, article archives and contact information can be found on his website: www.ElliotTanzer.com 

Your Main Door – it’s Connection between Internal and External Energies (Qi) – Diane Grobler (South Africa)
This is a largely visual presentation on landform feng shui and its influence on homes, apartments and businesses. We focus on the main door to see how it influences the quality of energy (Qi)  entering the property, how to successfully collect and use the positive aspects, and how to block what is not beneficial. We explore who will be affected and how.

Diane GroblerDiane Grobler is the host and representative in South Africa of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics in Malasia. She travels internationally, updating her knowledge continually and keeping abreast of the modern teaching methodologies applied to Chinese metaphysics. She has used her psychology background to mould the two disciplines where she applies feng shui, date selection, bazi or eastern astrology, and profiling based on bazi charts.

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The Feng Shui Society Conference (VIII) 17-18 May 2014, London UK

The Feng Shui Society Conference (VIII) 17-18 May 2014, London UK

Sunday 18 May 2014 | 9.50am – 5.30pm  | Two half-day workshops

Jodi Brunner &  Elliot Jay Tanzer

10am – 1pm  Feng Shui Water Methods – How to Maximise your Wealth with the Water Element – Jodi Brunner (AUS)  

This workshop will focus on the use, meaning and symbolism of water element from the most fundamental to the more advanced Xian Tian Hou Tian Water methods to the technically complex systems of Shui Long Fan Gua and Na Jia. The feng shui water method will open your eyes to the vast world and applications of water methods for enhancing your wealth with examples showing the potential positive and adverse effects they can have on a building depending on its facing orientation, main entry and the location of surrounding water ‘mouth qi’.

Jodi Brunner, MFS FSRC, AFSC, is based in Melbourne, Australia and is the President of the Association of Feng Shui Consultants and co-founder of the Global Feng Shui Alliance. A dedicated student of Master Joseph Yu and lecturer for the Feng Shui Research Centre (FSRC), Jodi has traveled extensively since she began studying feng shui in 1995, particularly to Asia. In the past two years Jodi has attended two lengthy tours to China, one to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the FSRC and the other, a feng shui study tour of China with Master Howard Choy. Jodi has also attended an architecture tour in Hong Kong with Master Issac Chung and has run Feng Shui Tours of Melbourne’s Chinatown for over 15 years. Jodi has also run her own tours to Hong Kong and China several times. http://www.fengshuimaster.com.au/

1pm -2pm | Buffet lunch provided

2pm – 5.30pm  Every Home Tells a Story:  Symbolism and Why we are Attracted to the Homes we Choose – Elliot Jay Tanzer (USA)  

In this workshop, we  explore the actual structure of the home –  how it is sited and constructed, the room layout, and compass directions – and how these reflect the personality and personal issues of those who live within. After considering the physical impact of landforms – including excessive wind exposure, proximity to toxic waste dumps etc  – much of landform feng shui is predicated on how we respond to the symbolism of certain structural components of the home. Many aspects can affect our unconscious minds, from room configuration to the placement of a bed or desk in relationship to doors and toilets. A s with all things, ‘form shapes content’ – with the corollary: by changing the shape, the consciousness of those who reside within will also be forever changed.

Elliot Jay Tanzer, professional astrologer with 40 years experience and providing feng shui services since 1994, has presented at many international feng shui conferences in the USA. He is the author of ‘Feng Shui Secrets: Health, Wealth & Relationship Harmony’ and the designer of the Feng Shui Master Formula Study Guides and Tutorial. His other books, educational materials, article archives and contact information can be found on his website: www.ElliotTanzer.com

 

Watch the previous Feng Shui Society’s Conferences 

 

9 FSS Feng Shui Conference, 9-10 May 2015 London UK

9 FSS Feng Shui Conference, 9-10 May 2015 London UK

 

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