Feng Shui Annual Updates 2013 London UK
Date: 23th March 2013
Venue: Kensington Close Hotel, Wright's Lane London, Greater London W8 5SP, United Kingdom.
January and February 2010 were busy months for WOFS UK franchisees, Victoria Kovalenko (London) and Yelena Aust (Oxford). While Victoria was busy giving talks on Feng Shui, Yelena looked after the boutiques during the busiest time of the year. It did not take long to realize how good the year started for WOFS UK.
World of Feng Shui at the Mind Body Soul Exhibition
World Of Feng Shui (WOFS) London participated in the recent Mind Body Soul Exhibition 2010 held over two days (3rd & 4th October) in Kensington Olympia, London.
Lillian Too returns to London!
March 2008 saw Lillian Too return to London to give her first feng shui
seminar there in more than 5 years. The event was hosted by Viktorija
Kovalenko of WOFS London, who owns and runs the World of Feng Shui
boutique in the popular Whiteleys shopping centre in Bayswater.
Why Feng Shui Works - Part I
this series of articles, well known feng shui expert/consultant -Paul
Darby-The Feng Shui Doctor, from British TV, tells us why feng shui is
scientific, explains how and why it works!!
Why Feng Shui Works - Part II
Good vibrations then, are the answer! I always suspected the
hippies had the right idea!!!. As George Harrison sang' Life goes on
within you and without you'!
Why Feng Shui Works - Part III
This 'tuning in' to the vibrations has intrigued all the wise
people throughout time and still does- from shamans to scientists, from
philosophers to psychics and engineers. Aristotle and Michael Faraday
knew there was more to things that those that could be actually seen!
Why Feng Shui Works - Part IV
Feng Shui tunes us into quantum packets of energy which can help us
get through life, support us through hard times, create potential and
creativity to bring the best out of us during good times, protect us
against the interference of artificial electromagnetic energy-poison
arrows, shar chi!
Feng Shui Guidelines for Rooms - Part I
The chi enters a house through its doors and windows, but mainly
through the main door, known as the 'kou', meaning mouth. The chi must
be able to curve and wander through the hall in a meanderitng fashion,
not just rush through and be wasted or lie in stagnant pools, losing
Feng Shui Guidelines for Rooms - Part II
can be found in any room. If they can be seen then they need to be
protected, because they symbolise the pressing down of chi onto whoever
or whatever is beneath them. Incidentally, it is for this reason that
bunk beds are not a good idea!
Feng Shui Guidelines for Rooms - Part III
Kitchens are very difficult rooms to get right using Feng Shui.
Think about it for a moment. You have a clash straightaway of fire and
water--in the appliances that you find in a kitchen. The kitchen, as it
contains water and also food, is connected with wealth and is often
called one of the 'water' rooms.
Feng Shui Guidelines for Rooms - Part IV
Offices should be offices and all 'business things'kept there. No
fax machines in bedrooms, no brief cases in the dining room! Good
locations for offices are, the North East--Knowledge and Learning,
North West--Mentors, Networking and Helpful People, North--Career and
of course, South East--Wealth and Richness of Life.
Feng Shui Guidelines for Rooms - Part V
Crystals/stones are energisers and should be especially displayed
in the south west, north east or centre of the home---earth element
areas. Avoid placing them in long, narrow corridors as they make the
chi rush through too quickly! Chi can become tired and faded in the
same way that furniture and furnishings can be affected by strong
New WOFS Boutiques opening soon!
Dee Johl and Dolly Sidhu of will be spearheading World of Feng Shui in
Toronto, Canada, and their first shop is expected to open in 2006.
World of Feng Shui Opens 43rd International Boutique In London
World of Feng Shui recently opened its first boutique in London,
UK. Managed and run by long time feng shui practitioner, Master Viktorija Kovalenko,
the outlet is the first of its kind in England. Located at the
Whiteley's Shopping Center in Queensway, London, the retail outlet is a
unique blend of Oriental mysticism and modern decorative chic.