Feng shui expert learning from another expert

Terri Perrin of the Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui is in the final weeks of an intense 16-week feng shui mentorship program with one of North America’s most-respected experts.

Terri Perrin of the Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui is in the final weeks of an intense 16-week feng shui mentorship program with one of North America’s most-respected experts.She is excited to share what she has learned at two events in the Comox Valley. Perrin, a professional feng shui consultant and author, invites Comox Valley residents to learn more by visiting the Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui booth at the Home-Based Business Association’s Small Business Expo this Friday at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay from 1 to 8 p.m. Admission is free, with a donation to the food bank.Perrin will also be at the Spirit Fair at the K’ómoks Band Hall on Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission costs $5. At 11:45 a.m. on Oct. 16, Perrin will also give a 15-minute Introduction to Feng Shui talk at the Spirit Fair. Other than admission to the fair, there is no extra cost to attend this session.Perrin was one of only seven feng shui consultants in the world invited to participate in David Daniel Kennedy’s fall 2011 mentorship program.Kennedy, the author of Feng Shui for Dummies and several other best-selling books, lives in Berkeley, Calif., used Internet-based communications systems to connect with mentorees and provided weekly group classes, one-on-one mentoring, and case study analysis of client’s homes.“I am grateful that several area residents permitted me to use their home consultations as part of the case study program,” explains Perrin. “The case studies were the best part of the mentorship and they contributed significantly to my education, resulting in a complete reorganization of my home and business consultation process. To be able to benefit from this advanced training … from the comfort of my home in the Comox Valley … was amazing!””To learn more about feng shui and how you can create a home (or work) environment that helps you improve health, wealth, relationships and more, be sure to visit the Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui booth at the Small Business Expo or the Spirit Fair.For more information, check the Events page at www.FAOIFengShui.com or call 250-218-4952.Perrin, of Comox, began studying feng shui in 2006. She received her Feng Shui Practitioner certificate from Mount Royal University in Calgary in 2008. She launched Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui after moving to Vancouver Island in 2009. Dedicated to continual learning, Perrin became a student and disciple of the late His Holiness Professor Lin Yun, founder of the Black Sect Tantric Buddhist Feng Shui School and has also received advanced training from several of North America’s most-respected feng shui masters. In the past three years, Perrin has delivered interactive and inspiring workshops, and performed consultations across Vancouver Island.Perrin released her first feng shui book — The Complete Guide to Feng Shui Crystals in January 2011. Her efforts to promote her business earned her the Comox Valley Home-Based Business Association’s 2010 New Business of the Year Award and 2011 Business of the Year Award.— Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui

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