I first learned about feng shui about 1990 by reading an article by Sarah Rossbach in a magazine. It was fascinating.
But when I started reading books about feng shui, it seemed that more I read, the less I knew. There were so many competing feng shui types, and they did not always agree. So I put feng shui aside for a couple of years.
Then I ran across a great book on feng shui by Derek Walters, not a how-to book, but a book that somehow conveyed the spirit of feng shui in a poetic, evocative way. Believe it or not, after that I started to see what the different feng shui approaches had in common. (Sadly that book is not out of print.)
I found an inspiring feng shui teacher and began studying feng shui seriously. Over the years, I got deeper and deeper into it, especially the Chinese astrology aspects of feng shui, as taught by author Lillian Too.
Meanwhile, most people I knew were only superficially interested in feng shui—if they had even heard of it.
Now feng shui seems to be everywhere. My mother is quoting feng shui articles and having success with feng shui cures.
Meanwhile, I’ve taken up making sites like this one, collecting information on topics I love and sharing them with the (English-speaking, at least) world via the Internet.
I hope you enjoy this site. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. I hope you will drop me an email and let me know if there is some aspect of feng shui you would like to know more about. I am always looking for ideas for the site.
Wishing you health, wealth and love,