The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room

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Hay House, Incorporated, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 253 pages
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Filled with photographs, stories, and many practical Feng Shui 'tricks of the trade,' this book is packed with ideas and tools that you can easily apply to your life to increase your prosperity and improve your health, creativity, and overall happiness. Terah covers every room in great detail—including your living room, dining room, bedrooms and bathrooms, home office, kitchen, family room, and storage areas. She also explores the attitudinal and spiritual work—the inner Feng Shui—that complements and strengthens your outer Feng Shui enhancements. Includes a 16-page insert of colour photos to emphasize the author's points.

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Review: Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room

User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

Had a hard time picking a shelf for this one. Settled on informational text, but .... I don't know. To believe or not to believe. There's an element of this that makes sense to me. Clutter. If one has ... Read full review

Review: Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room

User Review  - Ann Kucera - Goodreads

I recommend The Western Guide to Feng Shui Room by Room by Terah Kathryn Collins as the first feng shui book to read. Collins' book is easy to read and covers the basic feng shui concepts: yin/yang ... Read full review

Contents

Form and Compassthe Two Basic Schools of Feng Shui
3
Feng Shui Principles and Guidelines to Live By
9
The Bagua MapCalling All Blessings
23
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About the author (1999)

Terah Kathryn Collins is a best-selling author and teacher; the founder of the Western School of Feng Shui(TM) in Solana Beach, California; and the originator of Essential Feng Shui(R). Her first book," The Western Guide to Feng Shui," is one of the most popular books on the subject in the world and has been translated into ten languages.

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