Richard Feather Anderson - Beauty,
Harmony and Geometry
the eternal question of "what is beauty?" from the perspective
of symbolic geometry, sacred architecture, and ancient Mystery Schools.
Rediscover proportion as an essential, yet forgotten, component
of feng shui design. Realize how feng shui work is greatly aided
by an ability to recognize spatial patterns, and how the creation
of beauty can be guided by knowledge of the geometrical proportions
that generate natural forms. Learn how to apply the processes, patterns
and proportions of life to create beautiful, life-enhancing buildings,
art or music.
About Richard Feather Anderson B.S. Architecture,
Richard Feather Anderson is one of the longest practicing geomancers
in America, with over thirty years' experience. He founded the first
cross-cultural geomancy school in 1985. He has integrated his training
in architecture, environmental psychology, Feng Shui, ecology, sacred
geometry and ancient philosophies. Introduced to geomantic wisdom
in childhood, he continued his studies in Feng Shui with Professor
Lin Yun, in sacred architecture with Dr. Keith Critchlow, and in
Earth Mysteries with the world's leading experts. He employed sacred
geometry to design the Chartres labyrinth replicas for San Francisco's
Grace Cathedral, and is the geomancy-feng shui consultant for Esalen
Institute's long range planning.
Email Richard Feather Anderson email@example.com