Feng Shui: Art and Harmony of Place

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Daikakuji Publications, 1993 - Architecture - 66 pages
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FENG SHUI: ART & HARMONY OF PLACE, written by an American Zen Master, clearly & practically reveals the ready applicability of this ancient & profound Chinese art toward improving home & business life in America. FENG SHUI, meaning "Wind & Water," examines how landscapes, buildings, & rooms intimately influence the lives of the people who dwell in them--for better or worse. Johndennis Govert as an MBA, strategic planner explains the art of FENG SHUI from the perspective of gaining competitive advantage, but as a Zen mystic, he emphasizes FENG SHUI as a way of self cultivation to bring one into greater harmony with others through the medium of place. Who should read this work? Anyone in the architectural, interior design, landscaping, construction or realty businesses will find new insights on place & placement as well as much useful advice about how Asian buyers evaluate the merits of properties & buildings. Anyone who lives or works in buildings will find benefit because Govert presents a practical but playful approach about changing your life by changing your front entrance, floor plan & furniture first. To order: Daikakuji Publications, P.O. Box 44035, Phoenix, AZ 85064-4035 or call 602-788-3398.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Approaches to Feng Shui
17
Life Energy
24
Copyright

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