Feng Shui: The Book of Cures : 150 Simple Solutions for Health and Happiness in Your Home Or Office

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Contemporary Books, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 276 pages
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In Feng Shui: The Book of Cures, expert Nancilee Wydra offers 150 easy, inexpensive solutions for making the home or workplace an uplifting, life-affirming space. This book details the incredible impact spaces have on people and then shows how to adjust factors such as lighting, furniture, and objects for a happier, healthier environment. Natioal media.

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User Review  - carrie - Goodreads

lots of good tid bits, but i thought it necessary to have at least some prior knowledge of Feng Shui to fully understand some things. good to pair with Simons or Lagatree's books. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Feng Shui The PersonPlace Connection
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Power of Place
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About the author (1996)

Nancilee Wydra, founder of the Pyramid School of Feng Shui and cofounder of the Feng Shui Institute of America, is the author of Designing Your Happiness: A Contemporary Look at Feng Shui (Heian International, 1995). She conducts feng shui workshops around the country.

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