Posts by Intuitive Concepts

Study Concludes Wireless Radiation Causes Cancer

Wireless Radiation Causes Cancer

The National Assn. for Children and Safe Technology (NACST) is taking action after two recently published studies indicate there is sufficient evidence demonstrating exposure to wireless radiation, also known as RF-EMF, causes cancer. Wireless routers and devices such as tablets, laptops, baby monitors, and cell phones all emit this type of radiation. One study sited…

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Quality vs. Quantity

Quality vs Quantity

In these challenging economic times, businesses and homeowners are looking for lean and mean solutions. As an example, the demand for quality versus quantity is why we’re more judicious about driving. Where once we would hop in the car and explore along the way, today’s gas prices incent us to be more focused … making…

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Structure Types

Structure Types

There are five types of structures that we live and work in. All buildings fall into one of these categories. How is the type determined? Classic Feng Shui uses the ancient method of flying stars and overlays calculations from exact compass measurements of a building and date of construction. This creates the building’s precise energy…

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Why Choose a Date Analysis

Why Choose a Date Analysis

Choosing a good day to perform an activity is a wise move. It allows you to do it right the first time; in other words, energies are optimal. Starting an activity or project on a bad-energy day sets the tone for how you (or others) will experience it. As an example, I worked with The…

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The Water We Drink

The Water We Drink

“Don’t drink the water,” was a suggestion someone made before our trip to Mexico. I’m happy to report that hotels took several measures to ensure the water we consumed was clean and safe. Being surrounded by water, it was natural to reflect on its beauty and importance. Our bodies are mostly water. Plants and animals…

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Children and Chores

Children and Chores

School will let out soon, and Spring is here. It’s a time to think creatively … whether that’s planting or how our children will spend their summer vacation. I met with a client recently to discuss their landscaping. Due to funds, they have decided to do the labor themselves. Their main concern was digging as…

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Feng Shui and the Weather

Feng Shui and the Weather

‘What’s up with the weather lately and how does it relate to Feng Shui,’ is a question I covered in a recent newsletter. There’s been so much interest in this, I was asked to expand on the discussion. Does the weather relate to Feng Shui? Yes! In classic Feng Shui, energy (or chi) is associated…

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Feng Shui for Animals

Feng Shui for Animals

“Does Feng Shui have anything to do with animals?” Brad R. asked at a recent lecture I did at The Ohio State University. You’re asking if there is such a thing as equestrian, avian, bovine, canine, feline, etc., Feng Shui? Some chuckled at the concept, and the answer is yes. My clients don’t laugh because…

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Over Plan and Under Utilize

Over Plan Under Utilize

There are many indicators culminating that suggest we plan, plan, and plan. Especially with my background in business continuity and disaster recovery, I know this is wise. My philosophy is plan for the worst then go with the flow. A couple examples of this: The weather person says it’s going to be a rainy weekend…

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