Feng Shui Summit Review

Feng Shui Summit Review

The first much-anticipated World Feng Shui Summit took place, online, over the weekend of 28/29 November 2020. Huge thanks go to Anusha Arulvel, Joao Borges and the Feng Shui Society Committee for hosting and organising this fantastic event which was attended by...
An interview with Victoria Mohajerin

An interview with Victoria Mohajerin

An interview with Victoria Mohajerin. Based in the heart of London, Victoria was introduced to feng Shui from early childhood with kudos to her culturally-conscious Chinese mother. With a Law degree and Post graduate studies in Security and Society, she decided to...

Podcasts

The Feng Shui Society Podcast is now on its second episode and is already proving to be a hit among members and listeners. The feedback has been extremely positive, with listeners agreeing that it is a fresh approach to understanding more about Feng Shui.  In this...
Art and Its Influence on the Canvas of your Home

Art and Its Influence on the Canvas of your Home

  Art and Its Influence on the Canvas of your Home Art and Its Influence on the Canvas of your Home by Diane Shillito Every home that I have ever visited as a Feng Shui Consultant has had some form of art within its walls. I refer to art across a broad context. It may...
SHA Chi from 250 years old Oak tree

SHA Chi from 250 years old Oak tree

  SHA Chi from 250 years old Oak tree SHA Chi from 250 years old Oak tree by Kristina Neuhauser Feng Shui Master According to Feng Shui, the Chi circulating in the earth spirally. Where the chi is moving near the surface: the land is fertile, the weather is mild and...
Tian Ti Ren

Tian Ti Ren

  Tian Ti Ren Tian Ti Ren by Richard Ashworth Studying feng shui in Wuhan taught me many things. One of the most polluted cities in the world, its other claim for notoriety was as the location of the first shots fired in the 1911 Revolution.. My studies took place in...