Feng shui: the book of cures : 150 simple solutions for health and happiness in your home or office

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Contemporary Books, Sep 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 288 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 unique 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.

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Review: Feng Shui the Book of Cures: 150 Easy Solutions for Health and Happiness in Your Home of Office

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

I believe that the author has a number of excellent advice for cures of negative feng shui in the home. I will be keeping this book around for reference on how to cure our home of its ills. Read full review

Review: Feng Shui the Book of Cures: 150 Easy Solutions for Health and Happiness in Your Home of Office

User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

Not only does this book offer cures, it also explains colors and elements so you can create custom cures. Describes feng shui clearly and logically. First feng shui book I've read that succinctly explains the schools. Read full review

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Introduction
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Feng Shui The PersonPlace Connection
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Power of Place
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