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Welcome to the Holistic Spaces Podcast, where I hope to inspire educate and empower you to create your own holistic spaces that truly nurture and support you. I’m Anjie Cho, a licensed architect, feng shui expert and founder of the Holistic Spaces blog and online store selling beautiful and nourishing objects for living. Tune in the second and fourth Mondays of every month for a new podcast episode and on the 1st of each month for a new Astrology & Feng Shui episode of our mini-series

Holistic Spaces | the feng shui podcast by Mindful Design Anjie Cho | Holistic Spaces

    • Arts
    • 4.8, 49 Ratings

Welcome to the Holistic Spaces Podcast, where I hope to inspire educate and empower you to create your own holistic spaces that truly nurture and support you. I’m Anjie Cho, a licensed architect, feng shui expert and founder of the Holistic Spaces blog and online store selling beautiful and nourishing objects for living. Tune in the second and fourth Mondays of every month for a new podcast episode and on the 1st of each month for a new Astrology & Feng Shui episode of our mini-series

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

Lisa G Manhattan Beach ,

Informative and Inspiring!

Anjie and Laura share their knowledge, experience and wisdom in a way that is both inspiring and accessible. While deeply rooted in ancient teachings and tradition, they offer practical ways to incorporate Feng Shui into contemporary living. I take away at least one useful tip from every podcast that I can easily use in my own life!

Black looks cleaner than white ,

Do your research & give proper credit before you speak on ancient knowledge

I tried to make it through the episode on Moon Cycles but couldn’t finish due to the consistent forgetting of names and lack of credit to the proper cultures where the speakers were getting their knowledge from (“That one astrophysicist” or “I think it comes from Egyptian culture”). If you’re going to speak on ancient knowledge, please come correct and do your homework and give proper credit where it’s due so that entire cultures aren’t so easily dismissed and just used for the knowledge we’ve taken from them. Say a specific name; Give context as to the culture’s history and why it was important for the people to know the things that you’re able to utilize now; Their story is just as, if not more important than yours. It may seem small, but in the effort to decolonize ancient knowledge that has been capitalized on with little regard to the people we’ve benefitted from in doing this, it’s extremely important to, at the very least, do a proper history lesson before speaking on such things. Hopefully this feedback is beneficial to your pursuit of ancient and earthly knowledge and practices. Pay your respects, for this is not your knowledge.

Tiger Tribe ,

Inspiring!

Angie Cho shares her vast knowledge of Feng Shui in such a way that is easily understood. I always have good take aways in both a deeper understanding of how my being and my home is interconnected to the energy of the elements and actionable items if need be.

Angie is inspiring and gives many insights and perspectives that are enriching.

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