Feng Shui: Arranging Your Home to Change Your Life

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Villard, Jan 1, 1996 - House & Home - 84 pages
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Emphasizing balance--between yin and yang, as well as comfort and style--in every environment, the ancient Chinese art of feng shui demonstrates how to arrange your home to enhance your fortune, health, and happiness. This room-by-room handbook provides tips for good feng shui and easy fixes for problems in every part of the home, from the kitchen to the study. Line art, charts, & 2-color text throughout.

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Literally "wind and water," feng shui is a Chinese belief system dedicated to finding harmonious siting plans for buildings by taking into account the metaphysics of energy flow, geography, and a ... Read full review

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another good Feng Shui reference. more specific scenarios, but a less expansive coverage than Simons. Read full review

Contents

THE BEDROOM 37
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YOUR HOME IN THE WORLD 25
THE LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM 47
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About the author (1996)

Kirsten M. Lagatree is the author of the bestselling Feng Shui: Arranging Your Home to Change Your Life and the co-author of The Home Office Solution: How to Balance Your Professional and Personal Lives While Working at Home.

Angi Ma Wong, one of America's most popular and prolific feng shui practitioner/authors who is the only one seen on "OPRAH," is an award-winning businesswoman and bestselling author. In May 1995, she was honored as one of the " Outstanding L.A. Businesswomen of the Year" by the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Merrill Lynch and Ernst and Young, co-sponsored Ms. Wong for Inc. magazine's prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year Award. She has also been featured in "Time," "USA Today," on "CBS Sunday Morning," and "Regis & Kelly,"

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