Category: Marlyna’s Travels

Kuala Lumpur – Home of World’s top Feng Shui Consultants

I feel like Tom Hanks in the movie Terminal – you know, the one where he’s stuck living in an airport for a year. Every morning, as part of my…

Qi Men Dun Jia: Ancient Warcraft to Modern Day Business

It’s 4 am and it feels like the middle of the day. Travel always sets me back yet I’m thrilled to be here. I am in Malaysia for 4 weeks…

Feng Shui in New York City: the Year of the Fire Monkey begins

I love the energy of New York City. Last week, I was in NYC along with many of my peers for the Joey Yap Feng Shui and Astrology Updates Seminar…

Urban Planning and the Development of Cities with Feng Shui

My good friend and colleague Ricardo Peralta Castillo was recently here visiting me in Vancouver. He’s an architect, works with urban planning, and expert on sustainability from Mexico. We met…

The History of Feng Shui – Burial Feng Shui

My first real introduction to Burial Feng Shui was 2006 on a Feng Shui tour of China. I had read in my early studies on the subject and theory of…

Studying Feng Shui in China: The Power of the Dragon

“It’s hard to put into words just how amazingly soft and benevolent the energy and feeling was.  It felt like your favourite person in the world giving you a hug….

Studying Feng Shui in China: Lions and Tigers and Dragons, oh my!

This is the 2nd post in a series describing my September 2014 trip to study Feng Shui in China. I had never seen anything like it before. The place was…

Studying Feng Shui in China: Mountains produce “noble” people

September 2014: It’s Day 4 of my week-long study tour of China with Joey Yap as my instructor. I’m sitting in a bus en route to our first destination with…

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