Creating a Feng Shui garden is one of the most enjoyable areas of my career as a professional Time-Space Feng Shui consultant.
Before Feng Shui I loved gardening and I have been fortunate to encounter great gardeners to help me along my journey to have healthy, growing plants wherever I live, whether it is in an urban apartment, the desert, lovely northern California, west Texas panhandle, Oklahoma, or central Texas. Combining this knowledge with Time-Space Feng Shui tm distinctions bring greater joy and more effective results.
Willow Trees Represent Grace and are Yin
A beautiful willow planted beside a front yard pond with a waterfall gives a lovely balance of yang and yin.
Planting a willow tree in an interior courtyard would be too yin for the space. Pear trees represent longevity and are yin. These lovely trees can be used in a back yard that might be too yang.
The trees provide shade when they become mature. Their flowers are beautiful and the fruit is delicious to eat.
The Peony is Associated with Wealth and is Yang
The idea is to balance yin with yang and add components that suit the energy you are interested in cultivating in any particular area.
Of course it is not wise to depend entirely on the loquat and peony to bring wealth.
The other factors to be considered
- Place your water feature according to the flying stars chart.
- Activate the water star 8 and/or 9 with the pond or fountain. If that area is in the southwest or east during this period (until 2024), it is most fortunate.
- Maintain a good attitude.
- Stay awake and aware so you can see the opportunities and make proper judgment about which ones to take advantage of.
About Judy Morris and United Feng Shui
For 30 years Judy Morris has studied and taught Time-Space Feng Shui (Xuan Kong Fei Xing), the most fascinating system for life. Her years as a Time-Space Feng Shui consultant has taught her to appreciate the impact our environment exerts on our happiness, health, productivity and relationships.
United Feng Shui of Austin, Texas, is affiliated with FSRC (Feng Shui Research Center) in Toronto, Canada, founded by Master Joseph Yu.
Judy continues to practice and teach feng shui throughout the United States, Canada and internationally.