About Will LeStrange
Will LeStrange believes in the power of Feng Shui, the ancient oriental practice of aligning people with their environment, to help people live full, healthy, purposeful lives that cultivate harmony, kindness, and compassion. Will wants everyone to share in the benefits of awakening into a deeper relationship with the natural forces in the environment.
Inspired by the greatest healers and designers of our time, he integrates and expands upon the knowledge of our ancestors. He is the creator of the Modern Feng Shui Method and The Seven Stages of Holistic Alignment.
Will LeStrange Interviewed by Ivy Ellerby for the TV Show, Feng Shui-It
Will LeStrange is originally from the U.K. He has a background in construction, education, holistic healthcare, design, music, and permaculture (organic agriculture) Since 1995 he has run an international Feng Shui design consultancy and works with clients all over the world.
Will’s work is concerned with the health and well-being of humanity and with raising awareness of the ways in which our surroundings affect and influence our lives. His profound understanding of the relationship between our inner and outer landscapes makes him an authority on creating healthy, life-enhancing places to live and work.
What is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui literally means wind and water. It is an ancient Chinese system about the relationship between humans and their environment. It is about how everything is energy and is interconnected and constantly changing. Based on the laws of nature, its theories, principles, and techniques offer us a way of understanding how we can create a comfortable environment where we are in balance and harmony with nature while at the same time we can enhance specific areas of our lives.
The underlying principle of feng shui is chi. Another word for chi is energy. It is an energetic, formative principle that is spontaneously expressed throughout all life. It is the underlying principle of energy linking all things. This principle is common to other traditions as well. The Hindus call it prana, the Japanese call it Qi, and the Catholics call it Spiritus. Chi can be cosmic, of the earth, or of people. The quality of chi is expressed through form, shape, color, sound and cycles of nature. A lot of feng shui is concerned with ensuring that chi does not get stuck, stagnate, depleted or too concentrated.
The are two types of feng shui to consider in the environments. One is physical, referring to actual, visible surroundings, such as landscape, mountains, buildings, waterways and roads, and the interior design of the building. The second type is more abstract, and that is the directional influences, which are invisible, but which have an influence on us. When evaluating feng shui influences, it is necessary to take into consideration both the visible and in invisible energetic qualities of the environment.
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