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Dorm Room Feng Shui: Find Your Gua, Free Your Chi

Dorm Room Feng Shui: Find Your Gua, Free Your Chi


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Cramped quarters, homesick roommates, and endless hours of schoolwork are just some of the challenges that can make living in a college dorm a stressful experience. Transform your small, concrete block of a room into a comfortable and productive living space using the ancient Chinese art of feng shui. Offering a variety of quick and inexpensive solutions, this guide will help you prioritize your most pressing problems, enhance your dorm room’s chi, and create a living arrangement that encourages positivity.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781580175920
Publisher: Storey Books
Publication date: 06/01/2005
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 5.75(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Margaret M. Donahue is a co-author of Dorm Room Feng Shui.

Elizabeth MacCrellish is the coauthor of Dorm Room Feng Shui.

Katherine Olaksen set out for college with high hopes, only to confront the first big challenge: how to live in a 10’ x 15’ box with a homesick roommate. With the help of her aunt, writer Elizabeth MacCrellish, and feng shui expert Margaret M. Donahue, Katherine transformed her dorm room into a super-cool space that won rave reviews from her friends and improved her (and her roommate’s) life dramatically. 

Table of Contents

About Feng Shui
Bagua in Brief
Particularly Problematic
Before & After
Chinese Natal Animals
The Elements & Personalities
References & Recommended Reading

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