PHILOSOPHY


Master Jodi’s Feng Shui Design Philosophy

Feng Shui is a stand-alone subject that takes years to comprehend. It works hand in hand with other design principles such as architecture, landscaping and interior design.

The essence of Feng Shui is to take away, rather than add. It is about knowing where to sit, sleep, work; where to put the front door, where to put water, what colour to paint a wall. All else is extraneous. There is no need to add anything.

Every building is unique.

Feng Shui helps to create happiness.

“Good Feng Shui makes life easier.”

October 12, 2010

Feng Shui cemetery problem

For the past couple of days I have been contacted by numerous press to give my opinions on a Feng Shui courtcase. The case involves “AN […]
September 6, 2011

Short article for Real Estate ezine

Your house represents your personality, therefore first impressions when selling your home are the most important: Are you a collector? Do you like bright colours? Is […]
November 2, 2011

Some observations of dunnies, throne rooms, loos and wc’s in China

Here are my thoughts on the topic of throne rooms in Feng Shui. 1.  Old Chinese Homes On the subject of throne rooms in old Chinese […]
November 9, 2011

Your building affects your company!

I saw a client last week to check his office in a new job, the new companyhe's working for happens to be my website hosting company […]