Feng Shui by Clear Englebert

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Feng Shui, Language, Grammar, and Usage

I’m dropping the phrase “master bedroom” and using instead “main bedroom.” Being a pro-feminist and being from Alabama, I’ve always felt funny using the term “master.” Nobody had to explain...... Read More

Feng Shui & Fungus (Part 1)

Yin and yang don’t exist separately. They only exist in continuum—as part of a larger context—always as part of a larger concept. In the context of trees in general, a...... Read More

Feng Shui & Outdoor Spaces

I got this email recently, and I’ve had time to reply, so I thought I’d share the information beyond the person who asked. “I’ve been using your books and blog...... Read More

Feng Shui & Laughter

Laughing is yang and crying is yin. There’s some of each in a person’s life. During a hunker-down time, we need some real good laughs. Hence my next paragraph, which...... Read More

Feng Shui & Fermentation (Part 1)

Some things don’t easily fit themselves into yin/yang categorization. Being a Libra/Rabbit and gay, I have no problem with that. The Universe is a complicated place and anything involving yin...... Read More