Interesting Feng Shui Insights About The San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium
San Fransisco is heavily influenced with the practice of Feng Shui and that lifestyle continues to grow. To catch a glimpse of a public venue inspired by some of the Feng Shui principles, check out touring the San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium. The architecture, artwork and really the entire history of this stadium blew my mind. San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium.
The craftsmanship is mindfully thought-out and executed. I did some research to see if there was a consultant or consultants who worked on this project but have not come across any names, just yet. Based on what I observed, it seemed there were some Feng Shui principles included into the developmental planning stages.
Honoring historical events that have created the stadium and team to were they are today is clearly marked throughout. In Feng Shui this is referred to as honoring your ancestors. Much of the decor and furnishings had a soft, curved or rounded designs, allowing the energy to move smoothly throughout. Not to mentioned the feeling of comfort, let that be inside or out.
When you visit locations that are clearly noted for having great success, a common practice is to touch the dirt of that location (yet always ask permission). For brand new construction purposes, developers utilizing Feng Shui will even take dirt from one successful location and place it into the other while envision the energy of success transferring over. They did this with Yankee Stadium.
Laura Cerrano is the CEO and founder of Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island, founded in 1997. She is a published author, key note speaker, teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design, Certified Reiki Practitioner and Mystery School adept.
She specializes in helping clients transform their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being with Ascension Feng Shui. Laura implements practical suggestions utilizing the Feng Shui principles, life coaching, space-clearing ceremonies and energy readings for residential, commercial, historical and new construction sites. Her practice in the process of establishing a second office in California.