(Do Ho Suh’s Cause & Effect from Lehmann Maupin)
I love the artist Do Ho Suh’s work. The piece illustrates an artistic rendering of Cause and Effect, the cornerstone of all of life. I love that it is neutral – you can see it as rising or falling. Or perhaps both at once. That is all of life to me.
I don’t believe in Murphy’s Law – you know, when something “bad” happens to start the day and then everything that can go wrong will go wrong.
I do believe that some days that have the feeling of “crazy” are meant to show you where you are at, and they serve to open the door to big, positive changes.
Here’s my crazy day feng shui cure. I have found that a little system for creating calm in a storm helps to both get through it and use this crazy as a way of taking life to the next level.
Ready to make a crazy day the best day ever?! Continue Reading…
(indoor sunshine at MOCA, LA)
It was Yoda who said something to the effect of, “Do or do not do… there is no try.”
When it gets fuzzy, murky and confusing in life there is this giant question mark that lingers in the air:
So many people who contact me want feng shui, advice and answers to this grey area that lurks around and pervades life with a dull anxiety that might even become pronounced.
Not sure what career path to take, not sure what place to go, not sure about love, not sure about a risk.
What do you do when you are lingering in questions you can not answer easily? Continue Reading…
(the good men project)
You know, I am always beating a drum for going “back to basics” in our lives of techie wildness. I do understand the conundrum: I operate online quite a bit and it seems that I am tethered to the Internet and its social media portals with strong resolve. That said, I also do a whole lot of basic things in life for the last handfull of years, and these basics have restored my sanity in the buzzing, lightening-fast universe.
I came across this page from Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography written in 1791 at The Good Men Project. You can read the results of what one man found when following Mr. Franklin’s regime in our modern world right HERE.
Needless to say, it is game-changing to have a schedule that allows time for actual life to happen. And there are parts of this that dare-I-say revolutionize the way we could be living! Continue Reading…
Today, I wanted to take a moment to talk about love, energy & your life of great value!
It was broght to my attention a few days ago- and by the time you read this I don’t know if it will still hold true- that while this blog is dedicated to feng shui, design, art and all things gorgeously wellness in my own way, I managed to rank on Google #1 for the term “emotionally unavailable.”
That is relatively hilarious. And not at all surprising. Continue Reading…