Feng Shui Dictionary

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HarperCollins UK, Feb 28, 2013 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
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A Portable A to Z

The ancient art of Feng Shui has been practised in China for thousands of years, and Lillian Too has introduced this art to the millions of people around the world looking to bring good luck and prosperity to their homes.

In the unique Feng Shui Dictionary, Lillian takes us through all of the terms and practices associated with Chinese Feng Shui. Featuring smaller entries like ‘armchair’ and larger entries like ‘compass readings’, you can learn everything you need to know about the Feng Shui tradition and how to incorporate it into your house or apartment.

Discover why having water featured in the bedroom can lead to a loss of money or the loss of a relationship. Find out why gardens on the east and southeast sides of your home can bring good health and money luck. Figure out the ideal positions for eating dinner, placing furniture, and bringing your family love and prosperity.

Organized from A to Z, the book has beautiful spot illustrations to accompany the text. There's no better time to make your home Feng Shui friendly!


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About the author (2013)

Lillian Too is the world's most popular author on Feng Shui. She has written 365 Feng Shui Tips, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Feng Shui, Total Feng Shui, and Lillian Too's 168 Feng Shui Ways to Declutter Your Home.

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