Greta Fields wrote:
Maybe Paul has to review them first. I tried to upload photos and edit my reply to remove typos, and it didn't work.
David Livingston wrote:manfred everly said
First, thanks to Paul Wheaton for the non-biasing gesture , including bio-dynamics into the dialog.
Since my own intro to BD , decades ago, there are still rumours, falsehoods and misinterpretations conferred onto its genesis and practises.
Would you care to elaborate ?
Chris Kott wrote: is it possible to use landforms, natural or ones we put in ourselves, to funnel/divert/channel that energy? Is that suggested at all that anyone knows of?
Chris Kott wrote:Feng Shuei is the arranging of spaces for proper energy flow. Could they be compatible ideas?
Greta Fields wrote:If you answer again Manfred, I would be interested in knowing the source of the information about energy patterns. This is not the same as fractals, is it? I keep running across allusions to the importance of energy forms, like vortexes, and I don't know what it is called or what to read about.
Horns are interesting subjects. I noticed how deer rip my butternut trees to shreds, but the trees grow up healthy here, and bear nuts, whereas butternuts in many areas have a disease and do not bear nuts. I wondered if the deer inoculate the bark with some anti-fungal property or something.
Anyway, I quit worrying about my deer-scarred butternuts.
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