"If you want to change your life, move 27 things in your home." This ancient Chinese proverb speaks of the powerful connection our homes have with our lives. In 27 Things To Feng Shui Your Home, Tisha Morris shows in creative, basic steps how to use the art of feng shui to create an inviting, personal atmosphere in your home that will renovate your life.
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Series:||Good Things to Know Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
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I've read (or should I say "started" to read) several books on feng shui and found them too hard to understand. I wanted something practical that showed me exactly what to do. I don't care about Chinese history regarding feng shui and I don't want to read complicated maps and worry about superstition regarding where I put things. What I wanted was an easy read with an uncomplicated solution to remedy troublesome areas that I knew needed help. That's exactly what I got in 27 Things to Feng Shui Your Home. I mean really easy things like changing the art on the walls, or tossing out old pictures, rearranging furniture, cleaning a closet, adding a mirror or crystal. Did you know that ringing a bell can clear a room of negative energy? Simple solutions like these will get you started and taking action to remove stagnant energy and get things flowing again. This straightforward book not only helped me understand how the surrounding environment relates to the various aspects of life and what I could to do change my environment in order to improve my life, it gave me the much-needed incentive to take action. I even learned how to bring in the five elements and found the motivation needed to take on a large project. Beware! You may decide to clean out your entire basement without dreading the process. I cleaned and painted my laundry room and completely revamped my workspace two days after reading this book! What can I say? I was inspired. Based on the Bagua map that helps you see the specific relationships between parts of your house, Tisha's interactive program teaches how to divide your living space into nine sections that reflects the Gua distribution. She doesn't leave you with a bunch of ideas and no way to implement them. After showing you what to do, she tells you how to do it in the chapter titled "A Plan to Implement the 27 Things." I also like the size of this book. It fits in my purse and the print is large enough that I don't need bifocals to read it! Be sure to check out Tisha's feng shui app for iPhone in case you get inspired at work or while at a friend's house!
I was never into the feng shui thing, but after reading the book, I realized that I had already been practicing a lot of the feng shui ideas. The book gives you motivation to start decluttering in your home and many other things that will make your home more livable and peaceful.