Feng Shui (pronounced “Fung Shway”) is a term composed of two Chinese words: feng (wind) and shui (water). Wind and water are the two natural elements that flow, move, and circulate everywhere on Earth. They are also the most basic elements required for human survival. Feng Shui is the ancient art that brings harmony into our environment and life. Its principles place us in direct, conscious connection with the energy of the places we reside
By tracing the flow of energy (Qi), a Feng Shui expert can locate the source of a disturbance within a space. This is achieved by positioning our designing your surroundings in harmony with principles of natural energy flow. As a result, you (and your life) can experience harmony within your surroundings.
Feng Shui is practical and grounding, and it helps you right where you live and work. When our environments feel balanced, peaceful, and harmonious, we can maximize our innermost intentions.
A Feng Shui consultation is an objective way of looking at the emotional, spiritual, and physical areas of your life and how these are reflected and recreated in your surroundings. Once a careful assessment is taken, simple solutions and inexpensive ideas are offered to enhance the Qi of your environment.
Step inside the historic Carpenter Mansion with Feng Shui designer and Chinese medicine practitioner Monica Helland, L.Ac. to learn the secrets of Feng Shui, including the Bagua, power areas, and key rules of placement. It is possible to make positive changes and corrections to any space, no matter how small or large. Once you understand the basics of Feng Shui, you can apply the same underlying principle to whichever space you want to enhance.
Monica uniquely combines her skills as a designer with her advanced training in Feng Shui and Oriental Medicine and offers this ancient art with an eye for beauty, a spirit for healing, and a bit of uncommon sense.