Recycling is good for the planet and that’s excellent feng shui. But how far can you take recycling? Architect Karl Wanaselja took a bunch of junk cars and built a magnificent home in Berkeley, California. See the full story at Treehugger.com link below:
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My friend Maureen posted this on her facebook page and it instantly piqued my interest. This sustainable “hobbit house” was built in only 4 months by a novice builder at a cost of only $4,700 USD (not including the land). Read the full article and see a lot more of the interior, floorplan, etc at the link here:
Wow! This penthouse uses lots of green plants on the outside deck and then brings them inside throughout the space for excellent feng shui. Click the link to see more at Architizer.com…
If you’ve been reading Feng Shui By Fishgirl for a long time, you know that plants add ch’i (energy) literally by pumping oxygen into the air. They act as a natural filter to clean and purify air. As long as your plants are thriving, they are great feng shui. If they are stragglers and have lots of wilted, dead leaves it is time to replace them. Round shaped leaves are best for feng shui but sharp and spikey can be used in the Fame & Reputation area.