Feng Shui For Dummies

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Wiley, Nov 17, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 432 pages
Benefit from the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui

Take a look around you. What do you see? Whether or not you're aware of it, your environment profoundly affects your health, wealth, family life, relationship, and yes, even your destiny.

Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway), which means wind water, is the ancient Chinese study of harmony and energy flow between you and your physical surroundings. Now, Feng Shui For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows you how you can apply Feng Shui principles to your home (inside and out) and workplace (from window office to cubicle) in order to achieve a better life.

  • Principles are explained in an easy-to-understand language
  • Practical tips show you how to incorporate the traditions of Feng Shui to your everyday life
  • Before-and-after illustrations and full-color photos of real-life Feng Shui makeovers in an all-new 8-page color insert

Free of technical jargon and brimming with practical tips and advice, Feng Shui For Dummies shows you how to feel and access the energy of your environment and create harmony and happiness in your life.

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This is a cute little book . It is about 3X3. I bought it just for fun but it is interesting.The title is so true Feng Shui for Dummies A reference for the rest of us. Read full review

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Another book that gives you the basics of feng shui in an easy to understand format with plenty of drawings. Feng Shui for Dummies also includes several of the traditional feng shui blessing ceremonies and cures. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

David Daniel Kennedy is one of America's best-known experts on the subject of Feng Shui. He's the author of Feng Shui Tips for a Better Life, Feng Shui for Abundance, and the Feng Shui Home Study Course; a direct student of the late Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun; and a designer of custom training programs for Feng Shui practitioners.

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