April 12, 2012
Marlyna was contacted by the Globe and Mail’s Wency Leung on how to incorporate Classical Feng Shui to add serenity and create a harmonious home. Some of the feng shui tips on customizing your space included:
The article continues on to discuss creating a meditation space, and Marlyna’s advice on incorporating feng shui.
When designing a space, think of qi like a gas, she says. It needs to settle and relax before it’s distributed to the rest of the house. Long, straight corridors, for instance, are not good for qi, as it moves too quickly. Conversely, a cluttered entrance blocks qi and doesn’t allow it to move.
Please read the full article called “Chaos out, serenity in: How to create a harmonious home” on the Globe and Mail site.
Marlyna Los is a master level Feng Shui Expert, Metaphysics Consultant and Spiritual teacher who shares her knowledge and insights for life and living in clear and simple ways. She has 20+ years of experience and training with 11 Feng Shui Masters including 40+ years of spiritual studies and psychology training. She was honoured with the title of Master in 2006. She is known for her ability to merge ancient metaphysical teachings with spiritual, psychological, Western thinking, and practical application.