Feng Shui: How to Achieve the Most Harmonious Arrangement of Your Home and Office

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Macmillan, Jul 15, 1996 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Feng shui (pronounced fung shway) is an ancient Chinese practice based on the idea that the auspicious placement and arrangement of buildings, walkways, doors, furniture, plants, and other objects can ensure a good life. Good feng shui allows cosmic energy or chi to flow freely, creating a harmonious environment and improving the health, love life, peace, even prosperity of those who live or work there. By carefully locating and orienting your residence and organizing its interior design to maximize good energy, you can promote success and happiness.

In Feng Shui, Angel Thompson, a noted expert, explains how you can make small (or large) changes in your home or office environment to increase the flow of positive energy. Thompson's clear, practical approach provides dozens of helpful tips for making any size and type of space better.

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Angel Thompson has helped hundreds of clients-from corporations and politicians to entertainers, homeowners, and apartment dwellers-improve their lives through the use of feng shui. Her philosophy is that any space, from the smallest apartment to the most palatial home, can be made better through this ancient Chinese art. She lives in Venice, California.

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