Feng Shui Calendar 2011 - Year of the Rabbit

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Badema, 2010 - 230 pages
Since 2697 BC, Chinese astronomers have used a calendar based on the positions of the earth, sun, moon and stars, allowing them to plan key events to optimize good luck. Now these secrets can be yours!The Feng Shui calendar helps you to choose the right day and time in 2011 for any activity that matters most to you. For example, it indicates when to sign a contract and start key endeavors, such as a new business venture or the construction and renovation of a house.The book includes a guide to the valuable "flying stars" for 2011.In a section about Chinese culture, you will find out how a day can be split into 2-hour segments that are matched to recommended activites that improve your health. You will also read about how to "Appear Confused", and why it can help you in social life.This is the lucky year of the Rabbit, who represents family, reunification, and true love: discover and enjoy the Chinese stories and symbols linked to the Rabbit.This calendar is printed each year in Chinese language in millions of copies. This English version is as close as possible to the Chinese original.

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About the author (2010)

Badema is a Feng Shui consultant and professor in Europe and in China. She is also a Qi Gong master.

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