Fur Shui: An Introduction to Animal Feng Shui

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Lyons Press, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 101 pages
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Whether you have a goldfish, dog, cat, or lizard, you and your pet reverberate with chi, the mystic flow of life. This is an illustrated book with a serious but entertaining overview of how we need to integrate our animals into our Feng Shui applications. Just like the elements of earth, air, fire, and water, animals are full of natural energy, innate or active, and they have a pervasive desire to be an emotional support to their humans. Our pets improve our health by curling up with us, perhaps protect our homes like sentries, and commiserate with us about work and love. By understanding the octagon of the “fur bagua,” we integrate our pets' lives into the dynamic of our household, and all will live more harmoniously, whether furry, feathered, or scaly. This is the first book to introduce animals into our Feng Shui.

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Fur Shui is a light hearted way to gain a new perspective on how you interact with your pet and ensure a happy and calm environment. It provides ways to explore and understand the environment which you life, and its affects on you and your pet, without being New Age. The illustrations are wonderful and it is a book that a child to adult can appreciate. Paul S., Beverly Hills, CA 

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Thought this would be a "cute" read; it ended up providing a new way of framing my relationship to my home and the animals I share it with - good stuff!!! Read full review

About the author (2008)

Paula Brown, Animal Communicator and Feng Shui Practitioner, runs her own communications practice, The Heart of Conversation (Bird in Hand). She regularly takes referrals from around the world and works as a guest lecturer for holistic and alternative healing organizations, as well as teaches animal communications workshops. Her Web site is www.animalheartalk.com. She lives in Encinitas, California.


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