Written for the way we live today, as we move toward a more mindful approach to health, diet and the way that we choose the objects in our homes, this is the perfect guide to help you to clear and refresh your living environment.
Author: Anjie Cho
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Category: House & Home
Transform your home into a calm, balanced and harmonious oasis using architect Anjie Cho’s helpful advice, drawing on her background in green design and feng shui. You don’t have to get rid of all your possessions and become an ascetic to change your space and discover the benefits that living in a considered, organic way can bring. The easy suggestions in Holistic Spaces show you how to implement the principles of feng shui and green design in your home. Written for the way we live today, as we move toward a more mindful approach to health, diet and the way that we choose the objects in our homes, this is the perfect guide to help you to clear and refresh your living environment. Learn how to make every room in your home serve its highest purpose, create eco-friendly spaces, bring nature indoors, choose colours for maximum impact, select a space for meditation practice, and overall, create a peaceful and organic home. From the bedroom to the home office, these intuitive, straightforward tips will teach you to how improve your spaces to boost the flow of energy through your life.
From the bedroom to the home office, and from furniture placement to the use of color, these simple, straightforward tips will transform your home and workplace to improve the flow of energy through your life.108 Ways to Create Holistic ...
Author: Anjie Cho
FENG SHUI can change your life -- but learning how to use it can feel overwhelming. Architect and feng shui practitioner Anjie Cho clears the clutter and shows you how to apply feng shui and green design principles to support and enhance your life. From the bedroom to the home office, and from furniture placement to the use of color, these simple, straightforward tips will transform your home and workplace to improve the flow of energy through your life.108 Ways to Create Holistic Spaces: Feng Shui and Green Design for Healing and Organic Homes is written for the way we live and work today.YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO :- position yourself in command of your life- clear and refresh your space- use the feng shui bagua map- choose colors for maximum impact- incorporate the five elements- make every room in your home and workplace serve its highest purpose- create eco-friendly spaces- dedicate your spaces to match your intentions- bring calm, inspiration, love and abundance to your life and the world
The Ideal: River Basins and Watersheds as Holistic Management Spaces
Advocates of river basin and watershed management argue that organizing
management along hydrologic lines can harness water resources more efficiently
, achieve ...
Author: Emma S. Norman
Those who control water, hold power. Complicating matters, water is a flow resource; constantly changing states between liquid, solid, and gas, being incorporated into living and non-living things and crossing boundaries of all kinds. As a result, water governance has much to do with the question of boundaries and scale: who is in and who is out of decision-making structures? Which of the many boundaries that water crosses should be used for decision-making related to its governance? Recently, efforts to understand the relationship between water and political boundaries have come to the fore of water governance debates: how and why does water governance fragment across sectors and governmental departments? How can we govern shared waters more effectively? How do politics and power play out in water governance? This book brings together and connects the work of scholars to engage with such questions. The introduction of scalar debates into water governance discussions is a significant advancement of both governance studies and scalar theory: decision-making with respect to water is often, implicitly, a decision about scale and its related politics. When water managers or scholars explore municipal water service delivery systems, argue that integrated approaches to salmon stewardship are critical to their survival, query the damming of a river to provide power to another region and investigate access to potable water - they are deliberating the politics of scale. Accessible, engaging, and informative, the volume offers an overview and advancement of both scalar and governance studies while examining practical solutions to the challenges of water governance.
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In a luxe package, this handbook is woven through with atmospheric photography, evocative shots of styled decor elements, and helpful diagrams.
Author: Kirsten Yadouga
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Category: House & Home
From an interior designer and modern feng shui expert, High Vibe Home is a luxe handbook for creating restorative spaces that feel as good as they look. Create a home that feels as good as it looks. From an interior designer and energy practitioner, High Vibe Home teaches readers how to design harmonious spaces that invite free-flowing, positive energy into their homes and lives. By decluttering and cleaning, arranging furniture, decorating with crystals or houseplants, incorporating new colors, textures, and more, anyone, on any budget, can design a home with high vibes. The book outlines key design principles and energy rules that contribute to a nourishing home, and then, room-by-room, offers achievable ways to put those practices into place. In a luxe package, this handbook is woven through with atmospheric photography, evocative shots of styled decor elements, and helpful diagrams. High Vibe Home is a must-have for design aficionados, wellness enthusiasts, and anyone interested in crystals, feng shui, or energy work. Alongside smudge sticks or a cozy throw, it's a thoughtful gift for a girlfriend's birthday or a housewarming party. ACCESSIBLE PRACTICES: High Vibe Home offers achievable, affordable practices to make spaces feel more Zen. Anyone, on any budget, can make these small adjustments to improve their home and in turn, channel that newfound positive energy into other areas of their life. MORE THAN JUST HOME DECOR: This book is not simply a collection of design tips; it also teaches how to foster specific types of energy in your space—calming, invigorating, healing, etc. These choices can have an outsize impact on not just your mood but also your relationships, career, and health. ON TREND: The wellness trend is still going strong, and holistic interior design is an extension of that. There are sections throughout the book on crystals, chakras, feng shui, and other types of energy work, which will appeal to those interested in these on-trend wellness topics. Perfect for: • Anyone looking for ways to make their home lovelier or more Zen • People interested in energy work, crystals, or feng shui • Shoppers looking for a Mother's Day, hostess, or housewarming gift
CHANGING SPACES There comes a time in every homeowner's life when you'll
face the R - word ... renovation . ... We wanted a special , holistic space ; one that
is organic and full of brightness and beauty - a space which would breathe and ...
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GTM designed with visibility and transparency in ... GTM maintained the holistic
design approach while playing up learning curve Responding to new teaching ...
Once it was considered to be the answer to the anonymity of the city , a holistic space defining people ' s existence ( Park et al . , 1925 [ 1984 ] ) , then it became
almost synonymous with locality ( Bell and Newby , 1971 ) . Within the context of
Author: Myria Geōrgiou
Publisher: Hampton Press (NJ)
Category: Social Science
In a detailed and stimulating discussion, the author unravels processes of diasporic identity construction in everyday life. Media consumption and communication technologies' appropriation become increasingly important in the formation of shared identities for populations spread across the globe. In exploring the current trends and future outlooks of diaspora this book adopts a spatial approach and looks into the locations of diasporic life: the domestic, the public, the urban and the transnational space. This multifaceted method reveals the complexity and tension of connections and networks within the diaspora and beyond.
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" involved in the use of an interactive system is not new . For example , Payne (
1987 , 1988 ) addresses the problems of assessing the learnability of interactive
Author: André Lichnerowicz
Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited
The storage, retrieval and dissemination of the non-structured information found in text, image and sound is the subject of this proceedings. This field is developing rapidly - as the entire information technology industry is a convergence of computing, telecommunications and multimedia techniques. Conditions are continually improving, enabling the needs of users for extensive and convivial access to information to be satisfied. The contributions to this volume encompass, on one hand, recent scientific research, and on the other, demonstrations of prototypes resulting from recent research, as well as the most innovative new products appearing on the market.
By necessity the holistic garden must focus on those animal resources , if desired
, that yield their premium bounty in the smallest of spaces . Holistic gardeners that
have abundant natural water resources may want to consider the cultivation of ...
This is a clear and accessible text that provides a comprehensive discussion of this complex subject.
Author: Matthew Carmona
Public Places - Urban Spaces is a holistic guide to the many complex and interacting dimensions of urban design. The discussion moves systematically through ideas, theories, research and the practice of urban design from an unrivalled range of sources. It aids the reader by gradually building the concepts one upon the other towards a total view of the subject. The author team explain the catalysts of change and renewal, and explore the global and local contexts and processes within which urban design operates. The book presents six key dimensions of urban design theory and practice - the social, visual, functional, temporal, morphological and perceptual - allowing it to be dipped into for specific information, or read from cover to cover. This is a clear and accessible text that provides a comprehensive discussion of this complex subject.
At the same time , enrollment has increased 5.4 percent annually for the last ten
years ; the square footage of space per student has declined because of the lack
of funding for new space . In response , a more holistic space management ...
Distance, no-thing-ness, and spaces between points and objects form the basis
of the script. The exercise takes 45minutes. (The following contains excerpts from
the complete script.*) Script: Begin each phrase with Is it possible for you to ...
Author: Barbara Montgomery Dossey
Category: Holistic medicine
Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice, Second Edition, Is for all nurses who are interested in gaining in-depth knowledge of holistic nursing. The book can be used as a basic text in undergraduate, elective, and continuing education courses. Nurses in acute care, home care, and hospice, and those who are clinical specialists, educators, and bedside practitioners will find a user-friendly nursing process format, standards of holistic nursing practice careplans with patient outcomes, outcome criteria, and evaluation guidelines for clinical practice. The second edition of this very popular textbook includes five new chapters along with extensive reorganization and revision. An instructor's manual is also available.Winner of the AJN Book of the Year Award. Endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Association.
According to Edmund Husserl , “ The social world has particular dimensions of
proximity and distance in space and time and of intimacy and anonymity . Each of
these dimensions has its specific horizontal structure . . . " 30 Men must create ...
However the conceptions gleaned from the instrumental exploration of cosmic
and sub - atomic spaces can be ... and minute aspects , is also somewhat
Aristotelic if considered in a more general , collective , long - term and holistic
... complaining about a lack of aesthetic virtue and intellectual rigor . But it is hard
to discount these places ' ability to create popular , social spaces that have
meaning for their users . Many public artists are now conceiving holistic spaces ...
Author: Cher Krause Knight
Cheryl Krause Knight takes a bold look at American public art and its populist appeal, offering a guide to our creative tastes and shared culture. The text offers a refreshing alternative to the traditional rhetoric and criticism surrounding public art.
The whole self - imaging itself in the inner experiences of holistic spaces . The
above revelations from the Sanskrit sources suggest that not only were these
abstract diagrams used as tools for meditation but they were at once the products