Don’t Bury the Patient

A doctor can bury his mistakes but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright was a well know curmudgeon and would say things the way he saw them, even to his clients. I do not suggest the use of vines but sometimes landscaping plays a big part in burying the mistakes of architecture. How can we heal the patient instead of burying it?

An odd shaped building can have missing corners or projections that create a sha or negative energy that has to be resolved. Likewise, adjacent buildings or other built structures such as fences can do the same. The natural surroundings can also create a sha such as ugly rocks/boulders, dead trees or a disadvantageous slope.

Landscaping can be used to create barriers to some shas. It can be used to soften the effects of missing pieces. Nature can be coaxed into beneficial forms to your advantage.

Recognizing the challenge and knowing how to meet that challenge is the job of your Feng Shui Advisor.

 

allrightsreservedDianeKern2010

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Diane is a professional Feng Shui Consultant and SoulCollage Facilitator.
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