Can Feng Shui transform your garden? Most people don’t even realize how important Feng Shui is to a garden or that this ancient wisdom can be applied to their outdoor spaces. Your patio, balcony, garden and naturescapes play a huge role in your health and well-being, and why not power boost it with kick ass energy, and good Shui?
Why is Feng Shui so good for your garden? Gardens with Feng Shui applied to them boost your personal Chi and simultaneously boost your Feng Shui in and around the house. They also help a difficult lot. In my school of Feng Shui we are taught that nature can fix many ills, especially trees. So if you’re curious about Feng Shui and how you can apply it to your garden join me and Beth O’leary from Teacup Gardener on the importance your garden plays in your health, what it does for our planet and how getting your hands dirty brings you closer to those natural rhythms of life. It’s a win-win-win! Or perhaps a shui-shui-shui? 🙂
The hands answer what the mind cannot.
Nature can be used as an adjustment in Feng Shui.
Plants are our playmates.