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Your Health-Creating Living Space

Every culture has at least some blinders, and one of the big ones for us is our inability to sense the huge physical, emotional and spiritual price tag we pay for designing and living in environments that have a negative impact on our health.

Several ancient cultures developed advanced methods for predicting these price tags and for then creating healing spaces to live and work in that would maximize human well-being and your ability to interact harmoniously with the environment around you.  Chinese Feng Shui and Indian Vaastu are two well known examples of these sciences, and ones you can use to improve your personal resilience and that of your loved ones.  


So you can get started today, here are a couple of quick and informative videos about how to get the most out of the two spaces that have perhaps the biggest impact on your quality of life – where you work and where you sleep:

Creating a Healthy Office Environment:




Creating a Healthy Bedroom Environment:






Needless to say, we don’t yet know everything about exactly why these ancient sciences work so well.  We do know, however that geometric shapes influence the natural electromagnetic fields all around us, and that these fields interact directly with our nervous systems, energy systems, DNA and even the water in our cells (and, of course, we’re 70% water).  All of that is something we’ll be exploring in the near future.  

~ Dr. Symeon Rodger 


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