Your Power Animal Within - Chinese Astrology [NOOK Book]

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Do you know which of the 12 animal signs you are? What does “your power animal within" mean? How does this influence your outlook on life and your relationships with others?
Your Power Animal Within – Chinese Astrology by Marina Lighthouse is an accessible guide.
The Chinese zodiac has 12 animal signs, each a different character and significance. Unlike Western astrology, Chinese astrology is based on birth year, not birth month. Each signs ...
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Your Power Animal Within - Chinese Astrology

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Overview

Do you know which of the 12 animal signs you are? What does “your power animal within" mean? How does this influence your outlook on life and your relationships with others?
Your Power Animal Within – Chinese Astrology by Marina Lighthouse is an accessible guide.
The Chinese zodiac has 12 animal signs, each a different character and significance. Unlike Western astrology, Chinese astrology is based on birth year, not birth month. Each signs personality, love, money, work and compatibilities is highlighted. A fascinating read, you will understand the Chinese astrology for 2011, The Year of the Metal Rabbit and ready yourself for the Water Dragon as it appears on the horizon in 2012.
This book uniquely combines Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui. Did you know that much of Feng Shui is also determined by which Chinese Animal you are? As the years change so do the auspicious and inauspicious directions that directly affect all animal signs.
It’s an excellent guide with charts, recommendations for special charms, Feng Shui adjustments and includes every signs Chinese astrological protection Buddha. If you've been feeling like certain elements of "Western astrology” are missing, combining the “Eastern astrology” might be the ingredient that makes you feel more "complete"!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013046702
  • Publisher: Marina Lighthouse
  • Publication date: 8/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 949,357
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Marina Lighthouse is considered one of the most successful Western Feng Shui consultants. Her predictions for different animal signs exhibit a sense of humor and down to earth style of writing. A true mystic, she has kept her reverence for the Chinese tradition with her innovative view of a western mind.
A California native, and daughter of a Dalmatian immigrant, who grew up in the Silicon Valley when apricots were once more plentiful than i-Pods, Marina was introduced at an early age to Chinese folklore by her father, Benjamin Marinovich, a hard-working agricultural entrepreneur and native of Korcula, Croatia (the birthplace of Marco Polo). Since early childhood she has had a deep fascination with divination. As a result, she studied the I Ching and Chinese Astrology extensively and also immersed herself in Buddhist and Taoist theology. She was introduced to Feng Shui in 1991.
A certified Feng Shui consultant, teacher, and expert on the Black Sect Tantric School of Feng Shui. She leads informative workshops and has consulted for private, commercial and corporate projects internationally and throughout the United States. Ms. Lighthouse has been a guest lecturer at the U.C. Berkeley Architectural Department. She manages the successful Feng Shui consulting business, Lighthouse Feng Shui LLC (Harmony in Your Environment), in Los Altos, California. In 2001 she launched the popular Feng Shui accoutrements website store fengshuishopper.com

Blending her passions together as an author, independent producer, recording artist, and direct disciple of H.H. Grandmaster Lin-Yun Rinpoche, internationally recognized as being responsible for popularizing Feng Shui in the West. Her three most recent CD albums, Feng Shui Tune-Up, Heart Sutra, Oracle: Passages of Kuan Yin, have all featured this world-renown spiritual leader. As a long-time devotee of the goddess of compassion, Kuan Yin, “she who hears the cries of the world” along with Dr Chris Wen Chao Li and forward by H.H. Grandmaster Lin-Yun Rinpoche they wrote the inspired 2010 award winning book; The Kuan Yin Temple Oracle.
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