Andy Dominianni Interviews Diana Garber
Today on WTTE’s morning show, Good Morning Columbus 7, a segment was done on Feng Shui featuring Diana Garber with Intuitive Concepts. Contrary to popular belief, Feng Shui involves more than arranging furniture and hanging crystals.
The show aired before-and-after pictures of commercial and residential projects including rooms in a doctor’s office, and a home’s family room. Then the host, Andy, inquired about a client who formerly suffered from severe health issues. Dan Evans, former CEO of Bob Evans Farms, experienced a complete recovery in three months from Grand Mal seizures. Mr. Evans’ says it is due to Feng Shui and Garber’s expertise, “We did nothing medically different.” Garber cautions that Feng Shui is not a substitute for medical advice, and people absolutely need to be more aware of energy they live in. Even with the green movement, Feng Shui goes to another level (i.e., geopathic stress). You can have a green building and people can still be sick or struggling with life. Garber worked with The Ohio State University Medical Center and says “Classic Feng Shui is risk management. Once aware of the energies that exist in a structure, we are able to proactively manage them.”
The segment concluded by directing viewers to this Thursday’s workshop at Bath Works, located at 2645 Morse Rd. in Columbus, Ohio. An R.S.V.P. is necessary to ensure seats are still available. The event is June 26, 2008, at 11:30 for two hours. Lunch is provided, and the fee is $8 (although Interior Design Society Members attend for free). For more information, please call (866) 689-6891 before Thursday.