Literature

Lift Your Spirit!

Posted by on Sep 25, 2016 in Animals, Feng Shui, Literature, Tarot | 4 comments

Lift Your Spirit!

One of my tarot students had a sudden accident and hurt her back when she tripped over her dog (a lovely lab) who always follows her around. This Fire Monkey year is the time of accidents and injuries, not lingering illness like in Snake or Rabbit years. Plus her accident occurred during the recent Mercury retrograde. She selected 3 tarot cards, one each for Body, Mind, and Spirit. Body and Mind were good cards for her, but not Spirit. (This tarot spread for health is on page 164 of Introduction To Tarot.) So her spirit was waning, she was becoming discouraged, and she asked...

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Interview from How to Write a Book

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Astrology, Literature, Tarot | 0 comments

Interview from How to Write a Book

My friend Andreas Ramos wrote a book entitled How to Write a Book. Andreas interviewed a handful of authors, each of us with the same questions. Here is my interview: The Author Speaks: Susan Levitt Susan Levitt is the author of five books published in eight languages including the best sellers Taoist Astrology (Destiny Books, 1997) and The Complete Tarot Kit (U.S. Games Systems Inc., 2012). Susan is a professional astrologer, tarot reader, and feng shui consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s been featured on CNN, was voted Best Astrologer by SF Weekly in San Francisco, and was...

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Interior Design and Feng Shui

Posted by on Jun 16, 2012 in Feng Shui, Literature | 0 comments

My feng shui friend Janet was born in 1952, the year of the Water Dragon. This year 2012 is also a Water Dragon year, which occurs every 60 yeas. To commemorate the event, Janet purchased a bamboo plant in a ceramic Dragon container. She sent me an email from Austin, Texas asking if it’s auspicious to place bamboo in her entrance. I told her it can be fortunate, and best if the Dragon faces the door. In feng shui, anything with a face should face the door. The bamboo plant was healthy, but the container was not attractive. This ceramic Dragon looked like a goofy cartoon character, not...

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FENG SHUI in CHILDHOOD

Posted by on Apr 16, 2012 in Literature | 0 comments

While reading the memoir by British aristocrat Ivana Lowell “Why Not Say What Happened” I noticed many circumstances of bad feng shui in her life. Even though she was very wealthy and lived in stately manors, here is a description of an early childhood home in Mayfair, England: “My mother’s idea of decorating was to place as many rickety antiques as could fit into a room onto a comparable number of worn antique rugs. The place was always untidy and unruly. If a television set in our living room broke, the replacement would simply be put on top. I have a photo of me as...

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