Date: October 18, 202219:00 BST

This lecture will focus on a € 200 million land development project in the Jalisco coast of Mexico that made extensive use of feng shui and geomancy techniques not only for site planning and design, but also for the overall business, social, and political strategies involved. The extensive 1,000-hectare site includes an entire estuary system, intramontane valleys, agriculture, salt mining, and 5 miles of pristine beachfront. The project had to reconcile urban development, tourism expansion, and the local agricultural community with federally protected jaguars, turtles, and whales.

Feng Shui was an integral component of the process, using techniques that included classical land form analysis, dowsing assessments, optimal compass alignments, and Black Hat Sect rituals. In addition, native Mexican geomancers and shamans were also involved in a multi-pronged effort to sustain the local fauna, honor ancient Huichol traditions, and protect sacred locations in this complex, ecologically fragile ecosystem.

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Biography:

Alex Stark is an internationally recognized consultant, advisor, and teacher on issues of transformation, creativity and healing. A graduate of the Yale University School of Architecture, he is a practitioner of Feng Shui and Native American Geomancy. As such, he advises on issues of design and placement for homes, businesses, health care facilities, industry, land development, and government, as well as on personal and institutional transformation.

Alex is a recipient of a Ford Foundation scholarship for cross-cultural studies and was named Scholar of the House by Yale University for his studies on XVIc. architecture in Peru. He has been a consultant to the United Nations Development Program on issues of urban and regional planning.

Alex has lectured at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, Regents College in London, The University of Amsterdam, The University of California at Berkeley, the University of Minnesota Medical School, the University of Minnesota College of Architecture, the American Institute of Architects, the American Holistic Medical Association, the Symposium for Health Care Design, the International Academy for Design & Health, the Center for Health Design, the International Retail Design Conference, the Feng Shui International Network in London, the European School of Feng Shui in Amsterdam, and the French School of Geomancy in Paris.  He has been a member of the faculty of the Omega Institute (NY), Hollyhock (Canada), the Long Island Feng Shui Institute (NY), the Golden Gate School of Feng Shui (CA), the Feng Shui Alliance (NJ), and the International Feng Shui School (Ireland).


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