Spring into Summer 2014

Spring is a time of rebirth. And then Summer follows through with lush abundance. How about fine-tuning your home to Summer? Just as the weather forecaster can predict the possibility […]

Focus on Feng Shui Remedies

Where and Why… In Classical Feng Shui, where remedies are placed in a home is important. Think of them as a doctor would when prescribing remedies for a patient. Medicine […]

Feng Shui by Formula or Bells and Smells

In Feng Shui there are two different types of remedies that go along with the two main methods of practice. I call these Bells and Smells or Five Elements. Who […]

Feng Shui… Don’t Renovate Your Home Without It?

Article first published for www.renovisor.com, 9/27/13 So, you’ve decided to make major physical improvements to your home. How do you make certain the resulting energy (livability) is better, actually feels […]

Don’t Just Decorate! Make Home Improvements Count

This article was first written for www.renovisor.com, 9/27/2013. What if you can’t make major physical renovations to your home right now? What else can you do to improve the energy […]

Flying Stars – Part 1 – Where to Begin?

By Nancy C. Canestaro, D.Arch. An important distinction between Classical Flying Stars Feng Shui (Xuan Kong) and the more Intuitive versions (BTB or Nine Aspirations) is the influence of Time […]

Feng Shui? Here’s Why…

by Nancy C. Canestaro, D.Arch. Why should you consider using Feng Shui remedies and enhancements for your home or place of work? One good reason is because it can improve […]

Manifesting Using Feng Shui and Crystals

From a presentation made to the Rhama Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, August 18, 2013 Much is written about how to set intentions for a better life. One of the toughest tasks […]

Ceremony and Ritual in the Garden

From an Article Written by Nancy Canestaro, D. Arch. first published in Natural Awakenings, March, 2013, p. 16. There is a particularly nice ceremony in the BTB (Buddhist) tradition of Feng […]