with Mary Evans-Peterson
Sunday, June 9, 2013 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
After enjoying a 7-year leave from teaching Feng Shui - while focusing on managing Dry Creek Herb Farm - Mary is now again offering her very popular seminar: Fundamentals of Feng Shui. You will love this fun and informative class!
Feng Shui is the ancient Asian art of placement of towns, buildings, homes, gardens, kitchens, bathrooms, doors, windows, desks, and beds in order to attract prosperity, healing energy, trusting relationships, longevity, success, and harmony. It is an art and science, based on ancient tradition - which incorporates land forms, directions, time of year, elements, shapes, and colors to attract beneficial Ch'i (life force) into your environment. You will learn vital valuable tools for a vibrant life.
***Create your space to attract: Inflowing Wealth, Robust Health, Loving Relationships, and Creative Awareness.
***Align your true spiritual purpose with your space.
***Honor your self, your children, and your ancestors.
***Find the best placement for your front door, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, and herb gardens.
***Learn how to bring vibrant ch'i into your environment - by strategically placing mirrors, fountains, crystal balls, artwork, plants, computers, FAX machines, and color.
Mary Evans-Peterson, M.S. began her Feng Shui practice in 1991. Her study with the late Professor Lin Yun, founder of the Black Hat Sect of Tibetan Buddhism introduced her to the Transcendental School of Feng Shui. Mary completed extensive individual study with Master Tu, whose lineage harkens back to 1007 A.D. This, coupled with in-depth research has enabled her to draw from, and integrate the various aspects of Feng Shui. She is the founder of Herban Art Therapy, which is a blend of land forms, herbalism, art, and architecture.
Her formal education and experience have provided a solid base for interior and exterior solutions. Mary holds an M.S. in Counseling/Art Therapy, and an A.S. in Building Construction Engineering Drafting. Feng Shui projects have included homes, gardens, offices, and large commercial buildings.
Mary "Feng-Shued" Dry Creek Herb Farm several times over the years, and the owner (and Mary's dear friend), Shatoiya, once exclaimed, "The day after Mary came, we doubled our revenues, and set a new record for profits!"
Mary's purpose is to facilitate the inflow of pure positive energy, creating spaces of vibrancy, serenity, safety, and beauty.
Bring your notepad; handouts will be included. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org