Consultancy Services2017-01-21T14:59:23+00:00

To Home Owners, Developers and Design Professionals

Fusing Ancient Knowledge into Contemporary Design.
Designing to principles of nature to support life force chi for raising consciousness and enhancing physical nourishment.
From Conception to the final tuning of the finished building.

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The Design Process

The Considerations I use for Designing Healthy, Vibrant Conscious Spaces and holding energetic space through to completion.

1.1: Geomancy, Geopathic Stress, Archaeology of the Site

Geomantic Land Survey Mapping – Dowsing the natural earth energy grids and vortexes to identify energies which can enhance or devastate our health. These include Hartmann, Curry and Ley Lines etc.

1.2: Sick Building Syndrome

This not only results from the physical materials used and electromagnetic fields from air processing and heating installations. The combination of invisible atmospheric and earth energy forces has a significant effect on healthy spaces.

1.3: The Guardians of the Spirit of Place – Guarding the Gateways

They embody the subtle energies embedded in the land and must be consulted.

1.4:  Resonance of Building Materials – Ectropy or Entropy

The natural qualities of various materials each have different vibrational energy signatures which determines their life force. Thus the conscious energy value of a building either sustains or destroys life force chi. Working with combinations of materials for maximising the chi energy charge in our buildings optimises the natural flow and creates positive ordering, or against the flow creates friction and wasted kinetic energy, affecting people for good or bad.

1.5: Electromagnetic Considerations

Our bodies have delicate electrical pathways which can be devastated by electromagnetic fields and cause major illnesses including cancer, MS and ME (chronic fatigue syndrome). Conscious design can reduce the negative harmful energies affecting the land and buildings, such as from power lines, sub-stations or from electrical equipment within the home, including transformers, televisions, computers, clock radios, electrical wiring, cell phones etc.

1.6: Kinesiology – testing the energetic effects of various building materials on our personal fields.

The benefits of choosing materials for low impact on our health, together with minimising the damaging effects of electromagnetic stress, can be demonstrated by techniques such as kinesiology.

2.1: The Consciousness of Buildings and human Co-Creation of Reality

A building is a living organism with a conscious presence which requires honouring and listening to! How we feel in our buildings is a crucial part of the picture which goes far beyond the physical 3-D elements of construction.

2.2: What constitutes Healthy Space?

This is influenced by the energetic qualities of buildings.

2.3: Resonant Acoustic Frequency of Buildings and Spaces

Exploring the effects on the molecular structure of materials and space.

2.4: Soul-less Buildings – Do you feel ‘at home’ where you live?

We often hear about buildings being Soul-less. This is because they have no Soul. We explore the cause of this and how it can be changed. Can the use of the element of water be used to ‘baptise’ a building? What allows us to feel ‘at home’ and in resonance with where we live?

2.5: Ki (Energy) Signature and the Harmonic Code

The core software programming of buildings. How an architect can influence and change this blueprint. Fusion of past and present purpose in terms of the function of the land and buildings.

2.6: The Sweet Spot – the Core Essence of a Building

All buildings have a seed point which holds the coded essence of the consciousness of that building. Finding and working with it is a powerful generator for change.

2.7: The Correlation of Buildings and People

Our spaces reflect our inner subconscious thoughts, feelings, emotions and belief patterns. This aspect looks at the correlation of people with the energetic atmosphere of their homes and environment. Are ‘bad’ buildings and land causing health problems?

3.1: Sacred Geometry, Music – The Golden Mean – Fibonacci

The correlation between Architecture and Musical Ratios, Harmonic, Arithmetic & Geometric proportions, so that a building resonates as a musical instrument. As Pythagoras says “There is geometry in the humming of the strings… there is music in the spacing of the spheres”

3.2: Earth Grid Morphic Resonance – The Unified Field – a Musical Harmonic

The natural earth grid holds the consciousness and intelligence of the planet within the unified field. Activating the key node points of a building through ‘ceremony’ enables its musical harmonic to resonate around the globe.

3.3: Bio-Organic Architecture and Life Force Charge

Creating geometries of natural forms. A life or death situation. Chi energy values of various materials and the effects on people. Combinations of materials for maximising the chi energy charge in our buildings. As nature designs to pure geometry for holding the charge to sustain life force, this can be reflected in architecture for maximising wellbeing for people.

3.4: Crop Formation Geometries

Crop formations are 3 Dimensional geometries which translate to musical harmonics – see my workshop presentation video on the Music of Crop Formations at Devizes, Crop Circle Conference  2002.

3.5 Killer Attics and Traumatic Spaces   

Geometries which are out of harmonic resonance can damage our health and create illness. I have consulted on houses where one person nearly died from the effects generated by the fragmentation of the energy fields. Creating geometries of natural forms can prevent a life or death situation.

4.1: Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra

A simple but powerful introduction to the fundamental principles of Chinese and Vedic (Indian) systems, both with over 5,000 years of knowledge base, can be applied to homes to enhance the areas of life you wish to address including Health, Relationships, Wealth, Career etc.

Often called the art of placement, the location of various elements in a proposed design can either help or hinder the initial acquisition of a project, the design and town planning process, construction and ongoing use, and even the final sale or rental of the property

4.2: Landscape Form School Principles – Land to Buildings Relationships

The location and orientation of buildings within the landscape is a powerful generator of energy both for the property and the occupants. The landscape modulates the sounds of nature, local speech patterns and intonation.

The traditional concept widely used in many cultures, mostly know in China, is what is called the ‘Landscape Form School’ of feng shui. The power of these principles, which work with the balance of mountains, hills, streams and lakes etc, still holds. When adapted to contemporary projects, this can only benefit the various design and build processes. Places such as Hong Kong hold this formation and thus have great financial success.

4.3: Astrological and Compass Alignment of a Building and Site

Astrological systems such as Flying Star in feng shui and 9 Star Ki, which gives the life signature of a building and the site, can be most useful in the design process.

4.4: The 16 Energy Gates

A building can be designed for best alignment to one of 16 compass orientations. As time moves on, the entrances, the physical or etheric gateways and portals, may need to be adjusted to align with maximum atmospheric energy flows. Knowing where the gates of energy are entering both now and in the future will allow the design to accommodate this.

4.5: The Emotions of Buildings and Spaces

Can a building have an emotion, a chakra point?

4.6: Memory in the Fields

Experience tells us that even though a building may be raised to the ground memory still remains in the etheric energy fields unless cleared. Sites which have been bomb or trauma damaged will hold patterns, left over scars, in which future occupants will experience the memory vibration and keep the site in negative emotion and possibly experience similar disasters! Examples are the Sony centre in Berlin, Chernobyl and Ground Zero.

4.7: Buildings that Breathe

Designing buildings to allow them to energetically ‘breathe’ will allow the occupants to do the same. The natural flow of atmospheric energies when in right alignment to the site and the building, can enhance the experiential value.

4.8: Buildings that Pulse – the Heartbeat

The rhythm of a building is its heartbeat. The repetition of building elements such as columns can set the rhythmic pulse in alignment with the energy of the earth and thus enhance the natural health aspects for the occupants.

4.9: Buildings that ‘Sing’ 

The thread of life running through a building is its story – the melodic line within the harmony. How does this relate to its occupants?

4.10: Comparative Mythology

Considering how various cultures and civilisations express the same principles in differing ways according to their time and place in history. Our ancient forefathers worked with universal principles that varied only in the outer expression of their civilization and interpretation of their time.

5.1: Yin/Yang – The balance and weave of male/female energies in a building

5.2: The 5 Elements

Working with the physical and subtle elements of water, wood, fire, earth, metal optimises the nourishing and destructive cycles.

5.3: Colour

The vibrational qualities of colour affect our outlook, wellbeing and health. Each of us responds differently depending on our own energy fields and chakra balance. A building responds in much the same way. There are no hard and fast rules or formulas for the perfect colours. My approach for choosing colours is based on the direct response of the land, the building and the individual people in residence.

5.4: Personal Chi Levels

These can be optimised by factors already discussed and may include protection from negative energies.

5.5: Paranormal Activity

and other psychic energies which can influence the design, planning authority applications and the construction process.

5.6: Space Clearing and Alignment

The process of reading the energetic blueprint of a space and finding resolution through psychotherapeutic processes may involve the regression of space to bring it into alignment with present function and purpose.

This will maintain the highest levels of chi to benefit the project team. Energies out of balance can hinder the entire build and construction process.

6.1: Energy Mapping of Land

Locating building zones for the most propitious health and wellbeing.

6.2: Water Dragons

Locating and working with natural flows of visible or underground ‘water dragon’ energy flows will empower the energy of the site. The affect created by lakes and ponds will depend on their orientation to the building.

6.3: GeoBiology – What on Earth is Going On!

The quality of the soil and deeper down. What energy lines are running in the veins of the earth? Is the earth giving permission for the project to go ahead? If ‘YES’ then this can assist the entire process from design, obtaining planning permissions through to an efficient construction process, benefiting all from a time and financial point of view. If the earth says ‘NO’ then the entire process can be marred with planning refusals and delays, which are all too common in the construction industry.

6.4: Blueprints of Disaster

Do NOT build on damaged Land. Is it truly virgin land?

6.5: Predecessor Energy

Because past actions leave residual memory, whatever has happened on the land or within a building will have left an imprint, and thus influence the success of the project and health and emotional wellbeing of future occupants.

6.6: Dowsing

The art and science of dowsing using L-rods, pendulum and our own bodily senses. Feeling the earth energies of different sites on the land. Learning basic but powerful physical and energetic techniques for tuning into the energies of the land, natural forms, trees etc. in order to develop a greater relationship to your project landscape and the earth.

6.7: Ancestors – what were there thoughts and thus imprints left on the land.

The importance of honouring the land and the ancestors. Events of past generations such as battle, trauma and even murder, leave scars deep in the psyche of the land, buildings and people. The ripple imprint effect left in the etheric matrix of space has consequences to life now and potentially to future generations unless brought to resolution. Illnesses, including cancer can affect current residents if someone who lived on the land or in the house before, suffered the same illness.

6.8: Memory in the Fields

Experience tells us that even though a building may have been raised to the ground, memory still remains in the etheric energy fields unless cleared. Sites which have been bomb or trauma damaged will hold vibrational patterns, left over scars. Future occupants will experience this memory, which can keep the site in a negative emotion and possibly lead to similar disasters! Examples are the Sony Centre in Berlin, Chernobyl and Ground Zero.

7.1: Designing a New House or Commercial Building

This includes the principles above of sacred geomancy, geometry, feng shui etc. including colours, materials and finishes.

7.2: Energies out of Balance

Unbalanced or fragmented energies, which can cause paranormal activity and other psychic energies, can influence and hinder the design, planning authority applications and construction process.

7.3: Town Planning Local Authority Phase

Issues encountered with Local Authority planners can often be attributed to the energetics of the land, and particularly by what has happened there before. For example, the traditional battle lines drawn up between neighbours and local councillors can often be a reflection of past trauma on the land or in existing buildings. Consider this – in the case of converting an existing building, if the soul of a building does NOT want to be split up and fragmented, it will express itself through the people who oppose the planning application!

7.4: Change of Use

What is rarely considered is to ask the earth, or the spirit of the building, if it wants to change – a basic psychotherapeutic approach!

8.1: Ground Breaking and Other Ceremonies

Setting a precedent of right approach to honour the land for the construction work to begin. Gratitude is great attitude. Various other ceremonies should be carried out throughout the entire construction process

8.2: The Building Process

Various ceremonies carried out throughout the entire construction process.

Space Clearing Alignment 

This will maintain the highest levels of chi to benefit the project team. Energies out of balance can hinder the entire build and construction process.

8.3: Architect Holding the Vision

By holding the vision of the original design concept in mind during the construction process, either as or with a Project Manager, the energetic fields containing the memory of the completed building is kept within the highest potential for success. This enables the construction process to proceed at its greatest efficiency throughout every level and every trade.

9.1: Activating the Energy Fields

For the building to come ‘alive’ and achieve its full potential, the etheric geometric energy fields can be activated by energizing the molecular structures. Happy Molecules!

9.2: Tuning the Building and the land like a musical instrument

Tuning up the building and the land like a musical instrument will maintain the highest level of vibration and clarity of purpose for efficient running at an energetic level. As the etheric fields are geometrical in nature, the correct alignment of these fields will enable smoother flows of energy within the physical and etheric structure.

9.3: The End Product

A happy and healthy Building serves all levels and needs of its occupants – physical, emotional and spiritual. Happy Molecules are Happy Bricks!