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Lions Roar : January 2003
82 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2003 purity of mind and body; passionate colors (reds), with love and joy; fresh, energetic col- ors (greens), with creativity and growth. The energies of the natural elements can be called on for specific blessings and protec- tion. Water protects from fire, fire from cold, earth from famine and wind from obstacles. Use real or representational elements to create harmony. Add the element of water to bal- ance a hot, dry environment. In a designated space, place a fountain, a clear glass bowl of water or a seascape to evoke water. Add fire to balance a cold, damp environment. Use actu- al fire in the form of candles, a wood-burning stove or fireplace, or deep, rich colors, espe- cially reds, to evoke warmth. An awareness and understanding of envi- ronmental energy can transform your home into a powerful and poetic context. Far from superstition, its expressive potential is, in the words of Irish writer Mary Low, “the body language of prayer.” In this way, the continu- um of energy between visible and invisible realms can be invoked. In this way, the uni- verse can respond, and in this way you can shape your world. ♦ HELEN BERLINER, author ofEnlightened by Design, is a feng shui/design consultant and director of a certification program in contem- plative environmental design.