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As I find myself far away from home during this holiday season, it is in the awareness of the light that I find is the greatest gift of all. As my family and friends continue their individual traditions, whether it be a midnight mass at a Catholic Church, or lighting another candle on the Menora…... Read more »
I find a deep sense of sacredness when I return to The Netherlands. As this is my second journey this year, it is in a deep sense of mystery and curiousity that I find never ending Buddha Living here. Is it the people or is it the symbolism itself that in such a small country,... Read more »
It took a brilliant sunrise. It was a new light – one that I have never seen with such rich, deep colors. It was a new sunrise for me, and to be witness to this sunrise at it’s own level of light… from 37,000 feet high on an Aer Lingus wing… I felt the morning... Read more »
The snow is falling and winter has placed it’s gentle hands upon the Midwest. As inspiring as it is… with new snow glistening on our landscape, I quietly work on new Japanese Garden designs for 2015… and wonder where did our brilliant autumn go? I’m still working on editing photos and publications from the North... Read more »
The realm of mind and spirit is the undiscovered land. – M Malinowski In healing, one sees it’s own soul. Even when healing others a metamorphosis occurs within yourself. The Koi Whisperer Sanctuary & Japanese Gardens has developments underway to continue to enlighten Koi Keepers throughout the world while embracing the Japanese Garden design... Read more »
The light has been revealed once more and in a depth of knowledge that is brought to the surface by the North American Japanese Garden Association and it’s distinguished members, partners and affiliations to honor and to educate. Internationally renown Japanese Gardens live here in Chicago, and they bowed in honor to serve the NAJGA... Read more »
The North American Japanese Garden Association is coming to Chicago with it’s members from across the United States and Canada to gather to continue their education, experience and passion for the love of Japanese gardens from over 50 renown Guest Speakers. The 2014 NAJGA Conference “New Pathways, The Role of The Japanese Garden for Society... Read more »
It happened today. It arrived, the mystical light of Autumn. I have been watching the light change for weeks now and it has awakened me. Each and every day I followed the summer light and the energy within each particle and as it was drawn to particular elements of nature. The light this year has... Read more »
Intuitive ponds have a connection to nature through water, stone, light and the landscape elements of Japanese placement. Within itself Japanese water gardens have the power to transform. Designing with transitional space in mind, the indoor home space and the outdoor environment become seamless. Peace and tranquility is experienced from within the home just... Read more »
The aesthetics of imperfection within a Japanese healing garden simply means that nothing is perfect, especially in nature. It is in identifying that which is imperfect, where the perfect characteristic is found. In a moss covered lantern, by the edge of a pond where stones rest as if nature gently tossed them along the water’s... Read more »
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