INTUITIVE FENG SHUI®
Intuitive Feng Shui® in practice means learning to clear the world within as well as to create healthy, sustainable environments that evoke freely flowing energy, harmony and personal empowerment. From studio apartments to urban planning projects, Intuitive Feng Shui® has helped thousands of people create success from the inside out.
A feng shui consultation with William Spear is a powerful process of transformative healing. While feng shui is an ancient teaching that seeks to harmonize the physical environment to align with the lives of those who occupy the space, it is much more than the placement of furniture, hanging crystals or learning how to orient your bed and desk. The real goal as it relates to place is to design exterior spaces that elegantly reflect and harmonize with the inner world of the individual.
For more than thirty years, William Spear has acted as an inspiring educator and consultant having developed his own approach known as Intuitive Feng Shui®. His intimate understanding of the art of placement combines with his comprehensive knowledge of aesthetics, interior design, sustainable architecture, natural landscaping and world cultures to offer each client an understanding of the transformative changes they need in their physical environments. Whether feng shui is used proactively, ideally to prevent conflicts, or reactively, to resolve them, the end goal is a personal, interpersonal and spatial transformation: a profound healing that takes into consideration the needs of the whole person and the environment.
Because making effective recommendations for each individual requires self reflection and study, Spear suggests reading the revised, updated version of his book, Feng Shui Made Easy, to address those areas of your life that most need clarity and attention. Prior to the initial session, clients complete a confidential questionnaire that helps to determine the best ways to address their specific situation and individual needs. Spear’s application of feng shui truly changes lives.
Immediately after we decided to design and build our new home, my wife introduced William Spear to me. I was skeptical at first. Already we were struggling to get the principal architect, various engineers, landscape architect and interior designer all working together harmoniously. I was concerned about adding another element to the mix. But I can say without hesitation that William’s contribution to the design process, his focus on seamlessly integrating the structures with the surrounding landscape environment using feng shui principles, his design guidance and common-sense suggestions resulted in real value-added and superior results for our home. His genius is in integrating timeless feng shui techniques with contemporary architectural and interior design processes in a practical, collaborative and non-threatening way. At critical junctures during the design process, I came to rely on his judgment and unique perspective. William’s contributions greatly improved the design, flow and livability of our home. This book provides ready access to the same knowledge set in an intuitive and user-friendly format, and so I strongly recommend reading it – and talking to William -before embarking on a home design or improvement project.
– Tim Stuart, President of leading merchant energy company
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I was not aware of just how much I had learned from William until I was buying a new business. Something about the new business didn’t feel quite right. Then I remembered what Spear had said about the relationship that water has with money, and I could see the business literally leaking away sales. I decided to walk away from what turned out to be a potentially disastrous deal.
– John Hyslop, company director in Scotland
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Mr. Spear appeared to be more interested in the construction of my soul than in the placement of furniture in my home. Spear’s recommendations were inexpensive and down-to-earth … Feng Shui Made Easy … emphasizes an intuitive approach, making it the most user-friendly translation of feng shui for American audiences.
– Molly O’Neill, New York Times