Suzy DriverRed Ribbon Professional Consultant Feng Shui Strategies
Suzy Driver is a Feng Shui consultant providing professional services throughout the Pacific Northwest. She is a disciple of H. H. Professor Thomas Lin Yun, Grand Master of Black Sect Tantric Buddhist School of Feng Shui, a graduate of a three-year study group in Feng Shui and Earth Healing led by Ann-Marie Holmes, and a former affiliate of Katherine Metz and the Art of Placement.
As an attorney licensed in Oregon and New Mexico, Suzy spent two decades litigating Federal Indian law and environmental law issues for the Navajo Tribe and the U.S. Department of the Interior. In 1996, an unexpected spiritual journey to the Himalayan country of Bhutan changed the focus of her life. This led Suzy to the art and science of Feng Shui, and as with her legal calling, she approaches her study and practice of Feng Shui just as seriously and passionately.
Now, in addition to helping clients resolve legal problems, Suzy helps her Feng Shui clients resolve the energetic challenges they encounter in the built environment. Applying this ancient knowledge in the modern world has given Suzy another set of powerful tools to use to make a difference in people’s lives. As a Feng Shui consultant, Suzy serves others in a very personal way, supporting clients with clarity, intention and focus as they respond to the changing patterns of their lives.
A natural teacher, Suzy served as an Adjunct Professor in the Masters Degree Program in Conflict Resolution at Portland State University where she taught “Conflict Management Systems Design”, “Multi-Party Negotiations”, “Careers in Conflict Resolution”, and “Harmony in Conflict: Feng Shui For Mediators”. Suzy occasionally offers Feng Shui classes and client gatherings and hopes to one day create a Feng Shui school and certification program.
Suzy lives in Northeast Portland with her family and spends time at their property in Mosier in the Columbia River Gorge.
“Feng Shui practitioners are mediators between heaven and earth.”
H.H. Prof. Thomas Lin Yun, Phoenix, October 14, 2001
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