Archives for July 2016

Feng Shui Symbols and Meanings

BenjaminHBenjamin Huntington, Interior Designer, ASID, stands out among his peers in feng shui as his knowledge of many approaches in the discipline make him a sought out practitioner in New York.  His presentation is a primer for new practitioners and for those in the general audience who want some really good ideas to take back home and apply, this will be a fun and informative session for all.

Find out for yourself, why, even though you set goals and may even apply a little feng shui, that you keep coming back to the same issue in life.  Our lives grow and change.  As a result, symbols in our spaces need to be changed as well to support the growing dreams and goals.

In this interactive workshop, Benjamin will show you how to identify personal icons and symbols that work for you.  He will share is trade secret of identifying three “primary drivers” which can have a powerful impact on how  you live your life.

There is still time to register.  Or Contact Us for more information about our courses.

Feng Shui Mind Body Connection

Sylvia Watson, Feng Shui Master- FSIA Faculty

Sylvia Watson, Feng Shui Master-
FSIA Faculty

The brain is not the main tool that dictates how we react to life. The body dictates a lot of the action steps we take in life by processing information through its cells and skin memories. Feng Shui shows us how. Each time a feng shui gathering occurs where education is the focus the Feng Shui Institute of America opens the door for new science-based discoveries to be presented by graduates of our course.

Sylvia is a practicing consultant and Feng Shui Master.  Her passion is the research and teaching end of the spectrum.  Sylvia will introduce a new way to look at feng shui from the consumer’s perspective.  Embodied Cognition is the science she speaks of.  It is about how human performance is dictated by various cognitive tasks such as reasoning or judgment as well as the our body’s interactions with the environment and our own assumptions about the world that are built into our body and the brain.

The idea that the mind is not only connected to the body but that the body influences the mind, is one of the more counter-intuitive ideas in cognitive science and its tenets speak loudly to the concepts that practicing feng shui professionals know well.

According to an article in Psychology Today,  the brain, while important, is not the only resource we have available to us to generate behavior. Instead, the form of our behavior emerges from the real-time interaction between a nervous system in a body with particular capabilities and an environment that offers opportunities for behavior and information about those opportunities.

Sylvia will decipher this science for attendees and provide a case scenario so that practitioners can see how it is applied in the field.

If you have not registered for our July 29-30, 2016 Feng Shui Conference click now for your ticket.