The diversity of life on earth defies imagination. Some of us have skin, some fur, some scales, some feathers, and some have leaves. We walk, we crawl, we fly, we swim, or we remain rooted in the earth. We are tiny and we are huge – we live on the land, in the skies or the oceans.
We are all very different, and these differences are the very fabric of the fabulous variety that constitutes life. So multitudinous, so complex, so subtle, so many are these differences that it seems very clear that we have absolutely nothing in common with our fellow life forms that creep, crawl, are born,
EVERY women wants a happy home - somewhere where she can relax after a hard day at work without any negativity. One way of ensuring a harmonious home life is through the ancient Eastern belief of Feng Shui, according to leading consultant Juliana Abram.
Feng Shui is all about good design and allowing the flow of good Chi (the essence of life or energy of life) throughout the home. Juliana has spent considerable time in the study and practice of authentic Feng Shui and has been privately trained by Chinese Feng Shui Master Raymond Lo.
Is your relationship with your partner in trouble or, just generally not quite ‘working out’? Interestingly, it could simply be the location of your bedroom and the way your furniture is arranged.
Relationships are integral to the quality of our life and maintaining harmonious associations can be quite a challenge. However, the ancient art and science of Feng Shui can support and even enhance the quality of our more important relationships. In this special report Juliana Abram from the ‘Feng Shui Centre’ shares her insight into some favourable conditions for better relationships.
Are you having problems at home and generally, your relationships are in trouble? Believe it or not, it could simply be to do with the location of your bedroom and the way your furniture is arranged.
Relationships are integral to the quality of our life and the ancient art and science of Feng Shui can support and enhance the quality of our more important relationships. One of the areas to focus on is the bedroom – particularly, the master bedroom.