Means literally wind water, different forces complementing each other as red and green, cold and warm.
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art to balance the energy surrounding us.
The goal is to energise and positively influence the individual and thus to enable each person to reach his/her full potential and fulfil his/her destiny.
We use Feng Shui within our private environment, but also within the corporate structure to energise the work morale.
There are different schools of Feng Shui and every practitioner has a unique approach. The Black Hat school is a westernised version and takes into account our tribal roots and Christianity, both important to our European culture.
How does Feng Shui work?Winston Churchill said: “We are shaping our buildings, there after they shape us”
Colour and form are shaping our environment, thus influencing us. Nutrition and medicine are shaping us from within. Slight changes in either or both will ultimately influence mind and body, rightfully applied for the better.
I have a holistic approach to apply Feng Shui for a private or corporate client.
- A verbal assessment
- A visual assessment of the home or business
- An application of remedies such as lighting, paintings, colour, furniture, crystals
- A recommendation of flower remedies to heal from within
- Dowsing of geopathic stress
Studied Feng Shui in London with William Spear and Jan Cisek and is a registered Consultant of The White Rose Feng Shui School.
Sylke is an artist and uses colour to enhance the environment.
She has been working for ten years with the flower remedies of Dr. Edward Bach and the Australian Bush Flowers.
What customers said
“As soon as you left I spent hours de-cluttering rooms and moving furniture, my energy levels were definitely boosted.
I liked your holistic approach to solving problems”.
(Cathy Gunn, Essex)
“You came into my home and breathed love and life into it. You are extremely proficient at your work”
(Gill Soper, London)