University College at Fairfield University offers course in using Feng Shui to create a harmonious room
Students can learn to apply the ancient Chinese art of placement to home and workspaces in "Feng Shui: How to Create a Harmonious Room," a three-week course offered by University College at Fairfield University.
The course, which runs on Monday mornings 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from November 3 through November 17, will be taught by Mary Moross, a Norwalk-based certified Feng Shui practitioner. Moross lectures at various colleges in the greater tri-state area and is an experienced artist, teacher, and home furnishings designer.
Feng Shui is a 4000-year-old system that had not been taught in the United States until the last 25 years, Moross said. "The information was totally guarded by eastern cultures and used only for emperors and now in modern China for those who search out a Feng Shui Master," Moross said. "Our culture is beginning to recognize the eastern world has systems, such as acupuncture, and Chinese medicine that can be effective in changing our lives. Feng Shui is part of that same system of knowledge," Moross said.
Students will learn various Feng Shui techniques for using color, shape, and furniture placement to help reinforce their intentions for expanded prosperity, loving relationships, and good health. With Feng Shui, students learn to create a space that looks and feels right.
The cost of the course is $99. To register by phone, call (203) 254-4288. For more information call (203) 254-4307 or visit University College at www.fairfield.edu.
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Posted on September 29, 2003
Vol. 36, No. 65