@ American School of Geomancy
Richard Feather Anderson, B.Sc. Architecture, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the revival of feng shui, geomancy, sacred geometry, and labyrinths and is one of the longest practicing geomancers in America, with over forty years of experience. He started one of the first geomancy training programs in America in 1985, and has been designated a feng shui master and luminary by Feng Shui Institute International. He was feng shui advisor for Esalen Institute’s sustainability plan, the design consultant for creating the first permanent labyrinth in an American church at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, and taught sacred geometry in one of Veriditas’ first pilgrimage programs at Chartres Cathedral in France. He was one of the first people in America to talk about walking labyrinths for spiritual development and to develop techniques to lay them out on the ground – starting way back in the early 1980’s. He conducted a seminal study of the benefits of walking labyrinths at the West Coast Conference of the American Society of Dowsers at UC Santa Cruz from 1986 to 1989.