Feng Shui for Hawaii Lecture at seven Oahu libraries, November 2014.
These free one-hour lectures address the most common feng shui problems in and around Hawaii homes, with emphasis on Oahu. I explain why Oahu has the most favorable feng shui of all the Islands, based on the shape of the island and the location of the mountain ranges. I discuss the mauka/makai orientation of the home and its land, and the significance of water features and fountains. Space is tight on Oahu, and clutter is common. I discuss the effects of clutter, and how to eliminate it. I show how some interior features that are common in Hawaii homes, such as open beams and ceiling fans, can negatively affect the energy of a room. Furniture selection is covered, including shape and material as well as which decorative patterns are most conducive to peace and harmony in the home. I stress the importance of doors and windows. Especially in condos and apartments, front doors are often in line with back windows, which suggests that energy may leave the home too quickly. Also, too many large windows can cause the residents of a home to feel restless.
Saturday, November 15, 2:00pm, Aiea Public Library, 483-7333
Sunday, November 16, 11:00am, Kaneohe Public Library, 233-5674
Monday, November 17, 6:30pm, Ewa Beach Public Library, 689-1207
Tuesday, November 18, 6:30pm, Aina Haina Public Library, 377-2456
Wednesday, November 19, 6:30pm, Manoa Public Library, 988-0459
Saturday, November 22, 10:30am, Hawaii Kai Public Library, 397-5833
Saturday, November 22, 1:30pm, Hawaii State Library (main library downtown), 586-3500