The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui: A Comprehensive Guide to the Ancient Chinese Artby Gill Hale
The ancient Eastern art of Feng Shui can dramatically improve health, happiness, and personal prosperity by maximizing positive energy and harmony in the home, garden, and office. The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui explains the philosophies of Feng Shui and offers its readers practical advice on how to makes changes in surroundings, foster good health, improve relationships, and welcome prosperity into life in general.
This beautiful book is divided into three sections: home, office, and garden. It first provides information on how to survey the living space, and then on how to improve life by discarding clutter, encouraging positive energy flows within the home, and creating a nurturing garden outside by working with natural forces. Relatively small changes in the office, such as adjusting desk position and examining an individual's general attitude toward both work environment and co-workers, can also have an instant impact on contentment and productivity.
Using a wealth of illustrative material, specially commissioned photographs, and detailed, easy-to-follow charts, The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui offers sound advice on everything, including the best place for desks, the most calming color motifs for the bathroom, the shape of a garden shed, and the positioning of a child's portrait. The theories and foundational principles of Feng Shui are explored in detail and explained in accessible text with diagrams, floor plans, charts, expert advice, and professional instruction. This book contains all of the secrets of Feng Shui that will undoubtedly transform living and work spaces into havens of repose, wealth, and harmony.
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