Feng Shui Myths

By on May 7, 2014
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Feng Shui is, in popular culture, sometimes portrayed as a superficial and superstitious practice of placing mirrors and various trinkets to bring about good luck. But there is far more depth to the practice than the few diluted and mis-representational quick-fix ideas that have circulated amidst the general populace. Let’s examine a few of the oversimplified tools often misused in Feng Shui.

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About Mark Ainley

Mark Ainley is a Contemporary Feng Shui Consultant and Emotional Stress Consultant living in Vancouver. A former 5-year resident of Tokyo, Mark consults with clients internationally to help them design living and work spaces in alignment with their goals. He also provides consulting in emotional stress management, as well as in the connection between facial structure and innate behavioural and communication patterns. He can be reached through his website: www.senseofspace.com and www.markainley.com.