JOIN MY FREE FENG SHUI WORKSHOP – and donate to my kiwi conservation cause!

JOIN MY FREE FENG SHUI WORKSHOP – and donate to my kiwi conservation cause!

🌟 Don’t miss out! 🌿 Join me for a transformative journey in my Inaugural Workshop on Traditional Feng Shui β€” an ancient Chinese wisdom practice refined over 5000 years, seamlessly empowering lives today. πŸŽ“βœ¨

Day 1 (2 hours):
Gain knowledge, wisdom, and the ability to ‘see’ Feng Shui around you.

Day 2 (2 hours):
“Unlock the Power Within: Your Personal Feng Shui Blueprint for Empowerment and Self-Care” πŸ’–βœ¨

Be informed, be wise, and harness the enduring strength of Feng Shui for your well-being. Secure your spot now! πŸš€πŸ”

I may not offer this free teachings again in subsequent Workshops.

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Hello everyone,

Click the link to donate to my Kiwi conservation cause (the bird, not the fruit or the people) and secure your spot at my free Feng Shui Workshop.

Join me in protecting our unique Kiwi treasures! 🐦Let’s ensure these incredible flightless wonders thrive for generations to come. The Kiwis thank you!

Kiwis are unique to New Zealand. They are listed as endangered. They are flightless birds as there are no natural predators throughout its 50 million years of evolution before human arrival. New Zealand separated from Gondwana around 85 million years ago, and its isolation led to a unique and diverse ecosystem. Due to the absence of land mammals (3 species of bats), birds became the dominant vertebrates in New Zealand, filling ecological niches typically occupied by mammals in other parts of the world.

🐦The Kiwi has tiny wings, but cannot fly. It has loose feathers that are more like fur and unlike other birds the feathers moult throughout the year. They are nocturnal so their eyesight is poor but they have excellent hearing and sense of smell to compensate. It is the only bird in the world with nostrils at the end of its beak. Its sense of smell is second to none and with sensory pits that can sense prey underground.

We have kiwis on our bush property Ditiantai. I can hear their calls in the night and have learnt to identify males and females from their calls. when we are in our bush hot tube and from my office in the night.

Here at Ditiantai, our bush property, we’re fortunate to share space with Kiwis. I hear them at night and have become attuned to distinguishing between males and females by their calls, particularly during serene moments in our bush hot tub or while working in my office at night. They are extremely shy so I do not wish to stress them, just content knowing that Ditiantai provides them a safe haven. 🐦🐦


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