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Saturday 9 May 2015 | 10.00am – 5.00pm
The Three Lucks: Heaven, Human, Earth (The Taoist View on Feng Shui and Life) – Laurent Langlais (UK)
Connecting Feng Shui with Nature: Greening the City – Gary Grant (UK)
Practical Feng Shui Tips from Japanese, Korean and Chinese Gardens that Westerners can Apply in their own Gardens, Patios and Balconies – Victor H. Garza (China)
Using Ming Gua Directional Preferences in Architectural Design – Kristiina Mäntynen (Finland)
Enhancing the Peach Blossom in Our Lives – Dr. Jin Peh (China)
Electrosensitivity: Clinical Diagnosis and Management – Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe (UK)
Colour Psychology: The Energy of Colour – Angela Wright (UK)

Sunday 10 May 2015 | 10.00am – 5.00pm  
F
eng Shui Cycles for Business, Relationships and Projects – Simon Brown (UK)
Practical Tips from Environmental Psychology and Feng Shui –
Jan Cisek (UK)

Monday 11 May 2015 | 11am-3pm
Feng Shui Study Walkabout in London’s  Canary Wharf Docklands Area – Sylvia Bennett (UK)

Saturday 9 May 2015 | 10.00am – 5.00pm  

The Three Lucks: Heaven, Human, Earth (The Taoist View on Feng Shui and Life) – Laurent Langlais (UK)
Feng shui is part of a greater system of  Taoism. In Taoism, feng shui is defined as Earth Luck, one of the classical Three Lucks. The other two, Heaven Luck and Human Luck, are our destiny blueprint and our free will. In this presentation, Laurent Langlais will show you how they constantly interact together to define your life. We will see how you can turn your luck around and how your own Qi (life force) informs us about your optimal timing and best feng shui solutions. Laurent Langlais
Laurent Langlais
is a feng shui consultant and Bazi expert based in London who works internationally. He was trained in Malaysia by the Han Wu San Yuan lineage and has been featured on BBC ‘The Why Factor’. His system incorporates the 3 Lucks concept with life profiling through the Four Pillars, timing coaching and feng shui solutions. www.laurentlanglais.com

Connecting Feng Shui with Nature: Greening the City – Gary Grant (UK)
Essentially feng shui is a pro-environmental practice, so how can it help to improve built-up congested neighbourhoods?  Gary Grant will present an ecological approach to urban greening, where nature is brought into our towns and cities in order to increase wellbeing, reduce air and noise pollution, lower temperatures in heat waves and reduce flood risk. He will describe a number of initiatives, including green roofs, living walls and rain gardens in London and inner city locations elsewhere in the world. These systems can be functionally incorporated into urban feng shui projects.
gary-grantGary Grant is an ecologist with the Green Infrastructure Consultancy and author of Ecosystem Services Come to Town published by Wiley. He has more than 30 years experience of nature reserve management and environmental consultancy. He formerly worked for the London Wildlife Trust and was a Director at the London office of AECOM Design+Planning working on the planning of the major developments including the London Olympic park.   http://www.ecofutures.eu/garygrant.html

 

Pactical Feng Shui Tips from Japanese, Korean and Chinese Gardens that Westerners can Apply in their own Gardens, Patios and Balconies – Victor H. Garza (China)
Japanese, Korean and Chinese people have designed gardens for over 1000 years. Whether these gardens are found in a palace, a temple or simply along the streets of an ancient sector of a town or city, these gardens invite us to connect with nature and enjoy the beauty of its arrangement by walking along its paths, bridges, pavilions or pagodas appreciating its flowers, plants, trees and water. A few of the key elements from those gardens could be incorporated in your own garden, patio or terrace making your home or office a small natural sanctuary.
Victor H. GarzaVictor H. Garza has lived in China since 1997 coming in contact with feng shui since 1999. He has travelled to all 34 provinces & regions of China; all 16 provinces and metropolitan divisions in South Korea and has crossed Japan’s 4 major islands (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu) and Okinawa. His favorite gardens in China are located in Hangzhou, Shanghai and Suzhou; in Korea he enjoys the gardens in Seoul and in Japan he has visited more than 25 gardens in Kyoto and other major cities including 3 of the 4 top ranked gardens (Koraku-en in Okayama, Kenroku-en in Kanazawa and Ritsurinin Takamatsu).

 

Using Ming Gua Directional Preferences in Architectural DesignKristiina Mäntynen (Finland)
Houses are usually planned to ”fit for all”. However, if a house is built for a particular family, the Ming Gua directional preferences of the occupants can be used to guide the design process. In her presentation Kristiina will show how she has done that in the houses she has planned.  The same principles can also be easily applied when we look for the ideal placement and directions in existing living spaces.
KristiinaKristiina Mäntynen is an architect (M.A.) and a feng shui consultant and the founder / Chair of the Finnish Feng Shui Association. Kristiina has studied feng shui since 1990 and among her many teachers are Joseph Yu, feng shui architect Howard Choy,  Jes T. Y. Lim and Derek Walters. She has worked full time with feng shui for over 15 years and done hundreds of consultations: in Finland, in several other European countries, in China and India. Kristiina has also planned around 30 houses based on feng shui principles. www.fengshui-arkkitehti.fi/english

Enhancing the Peach Blossom in Our Lives – Dr. Jin Peh (China)
In Chinese culture, the term Peach Blossom signifies romance. In this talk, we will look at the role of romance and relationships in Chinese culture, as well as the traditional symbols of romance. Practical feng shui tips on improving the romance in your lives will also be introduced and common misconceptions pointed out. The talk will conclude with how to assess the potential of Peach Blossom in your life from the Chinese Astrology chart.
Jin PehDr. Jin Peh is the author of four books on Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology. He trained in both medicine and broadcasting journalism in Australia before embarking on a two year apprenticeship in classical feng shui in Taiwan. Jin was the feng shui columnist from 2005 to 2011 for the South China Morning Post, the major English newspaper in Hong Kong. More info: www.jinpeh.com


Electrosensitivity: Non-ionising Radiation, Practical Solutions to Improve Health – Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe (UK)
More and more people are becoming electrosensitive and there is a growing body of research on this subject now. Electromagnetic pollution is now regarded as one of the top pollutants and stressors of modern life. Learn what is electrosensitivity, how it can affect your health and well-being and how to protect yourself or if you’re already electrosensitive what to do about it.
Dr Erica Mallery Blythe 2015Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe
led emergency trauma teams in hospitals throughout the UK and abroad for over a decade.  Around 5 years ago, she was lured away from the trauma room by her observation of emerging radiation induced illness. She has now worked with eminent scientists both in the UK and abroad on the subject of biological effects of non-thermal levels of non-ionising radiation, and currently fills the following positions: 1. Trustee for the Radiation Research Trust 2. Medical Advisor for Electrosensitivity – UK (ES-UK) 3. Board Member of Cellular Phone Task Force (CPTF) – US-based group and the founder of PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment). http://es-uk.info

Colour Psychology: The Energy of Colour – Angela Wright (UK)
Colour psychology is the effects of the electro-magnetic radiation of light on human mood and behaviour – a universal, psychophysical reaction, which is not as heavily influenced by culture, age and gender as is generally thought. There is a great difference between colour psychology and colour symbolism. Historically, what is often described as colour psychology is actually colour symbolism – the conscious associations that we are conditioned to make. Cultural responses to colour derive from a variety of causes: for example, green is the sacred colour throughout Islam, being the colour of the Prophet’s robe; in Ireland it is considered lucky, perhaps because when the world around us contains plenty of green this indicates the presence of water and therefore little danger of famine; in England it is considered unlucky, possibly because of its association with decay and disease. During the talk you’ll learn about colour and the energies behind it and its profound effect on human behaviour and why colour is the most influential element in the design mix and therefore in feng shui.

angela_wrightAngela Wright (FRSA) studied psychoanalytical psychotherapy at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, England, before studying the dynamics of colour in Carmel, California, USA, and identified links between patterns of colour and patterns of human behaviour. She formulated a clear hypothesis, which became the basis of the Colour Affects System, an academically sound and demonstrably effective system that crossed cultural boundaries and, for the first time, enabled colour psychology to be applied objectively, rationally and with remarkable accuracy. She’s the author of ‘The Beginner’s Guide to Colour Psychology‘. More info: http://www.colour-affects.co.uk

Sunday 10 May 2015 | 10.00am – 5.00pm  | Two half-day workshops

Feng Shui Cycles for Business, Relationships and Projects Simon Brown (UK)
Timing is everything. Whether it is planting seeds, starting a business or beginning a relationship. More than that, the timing of each new phase within a cycle can make all the difference to success or failure. Here you will learn how to create a clock, calendar and map that describes natural cycles in a way we can use them to decide when to take important actions and where we are in an existing cycle. Feng shui is largely converting time into space, so that when we know the best time to do something we also know which part of our homes to improve to be more successful. Ultimately we are using feng shui to achieve more with less effort by using powerful cycles in nature.
Simon BrownSimon Brown is an international feng shui teacher, teaching in London, Lisbon, Tokyo, Valencia, Denmark and Sweden. Simon’s clients include British Airways, Air France, The Body Shop, Aveda, China Construction Bank and many other leading businesses. He is the author of many best selling feng shui books. More about Simon: http://chienergy.co.uk/chi-energy-about-us/

 

 

Practical Tips from Environmental Psychology and Feng Shui – Jan Cisek (UK)
Feng shui predates Environmental Psychology by about 4000 years, but there are some more recent findings which can enhance our feng shui practice. This workshop brings together the best of Environment Psychology and feng shui, and focuses on their practical applications for homes and the workplace. Whether you’re a feng shui consultant wanting to enhance and enrich your practice, or a feng shui enthusiast looking to improve your life, come along for a collection of practical tips which span the wisdom of centuries.

images-1Jan Cisek is both a feng shui consultant and an Environmental Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in both fields. He was a co-founder of the Feng Shui Society of Great Britain in 1993. He was also the editor of the Feng Shui Journal for several years. His clients include corporations and celebrities. He’s coordinating feng shui research at the Feng Shui Society. Currently, he’s preparing to do his PhD in feng shui. More about Jan Cisek

 

Monday 11 May 2015 | 11am-3pm

Feng Shui Study Walkabout in London’s  Canary Wharf Docklands Area – Sylvia Bennett (UK)
Our feng shui site studies are always very popular. This time we visit Canary Wharf to experience what makes London’s famous Docklands area so prosperous. Sylvia Bennett will expertly guide you to examine the feng shui of this location to reveal the clues that could explain why it is a major international business and financial centre. You will study the architecture and natural landscape of the area, learn about its history, gain insight into its success and get a flavour of the Docklands lifestyle. An unmissable opportunity to visit an inspiring location whilst learning about feng shui hands on. Advisable to book early as places are limited to 20 max. Meeting: 11am at Canary Wharf, tube station entrance (Jubilee line).
Feng Shui Consultant LondonSylvia Bennett has trained extensively in classical feng shui and she has a flair for successfully transposing these sound traditional principles into our contemporary lifestyle. She is also an environmental design consultant and affiliate member of both the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Landscape Institute. Sylvia has been consulting, teaching, mentoring and writing internationally for more than twenty years and is deputy chair of the Feng Shui Society.
More about Sylvia on www.fengshui-living.com
Cost:  Public £40   Consultants  £ 30
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