Lillian Too's Practical Feng Shui: Symbols of Good Fortune

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Element Books Limited, 2000 - Self-Help - 144 pages
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In recent years, interest in Feng Shui has extended from Hong Kong and China to global saturation. This phenomenon is largely due to one author, Lillian Too, whose books and web sites on the subject are internationally acclaimed. Her web site is one of the most frequently visited, according to Wired magazine, and her books always find themselves on the bestseller lists worldwide.

In these unique new practical guides, Lillian Too explains, in simple terms, all the seemingly bewildering aspects of Feng Shui that confound or bemuse, making a complex subject seem simple to understand and easy to implement.
-- Easy to follow, practical guides on specific Feng Shui subjects
-- Excellent workbooks for Feng Shui fans
-- Lillian Too is the world's most popular Feng Shui author
-- Fully illustrated with photographs, original illustrations, charts and diagrams


Reveals all the different symbols of good luck and describes in simple, yet precise terms, how to use them to generate and encourage beneficial chi to enter and stay in the home, garden, street, or even city block. Packed with practical information, this book illustrates every kind of symbol for every aspect of good fortune to which you may aspire, and shows how and where to use the symbols most successfully to activate luck for wealth, health, career, love, children, education and fame. It includes:
-- Symbols of Wealth and Success
-- Good Fortune Fruit and Flowers
-- Auspicious Rituals for Marriage and Birthdays
-- The Eight Precious Treasures
-- Yin and Yang and Lucky Hexagrams
-- Auspicious Deities
-- The Chinese Zodiac


Explains in simple terms how the different schools of Feng Shui work and the difference between time formulas and compass formulas. Packed with practical information, this book illustrates every kind of formula for every aspect of good fortune to which you may aspire, and shows how and when to use them to determine their effect in time and space. It includes:
-- Eight Mansions Formula
-- Nine Aspirations Formula
-- Flying Star Formula
-- Time Taboos for Renovations
-- Redecorating for Auspicious Luck
-- Four Pillars Formula
-- Water Dragon Formula

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About the author (2000)

Lillian Too is the world's most prolific and highest selling author of books on Feng Shui. Since publishing her first book on the subject in 1995 in Malaysia, she has written over a hundred books and sold over ten million copies to a worldwide audience. Her books have been translated into 31 languages.

Lillian received her MBA from Harvard Business School and at first pursued a very successful corporate career in banking and finance. Following a distinguished career in these fields she retired to become a full time mother and writer. Her first international title The Complete Illustrated Guide To Feng Shui published by ELEMENT publishers of the UK was the 1997 summer bestseller at the Barnes and Noble. Since then Lillian has become a much loved author famed for simplifying Feng Shui and popularizing this living skill.

Lillian Too is also the founder and chairman of, a feng shui merchandising and franchise company, and the Lillian Too Certified Consultants Institute.

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