Feng Shui With What You Have: Maximum Harmony, Minimum Effort

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Adams Media, Apr 8, 2004 - House & Home - 304 pages
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Creating harmony doesn't have to be expensive or exhausting! Feng Shui with What You Have is the first feng shui book that gets it right?bringing harmony into the home shouldn't cause extra stress, demand a lot of unnecessary effort or unbalance the budget. The authors, certified feng shui practitioners Connie Spruill and Sylvia Watson, know that true feng shui is right for today's busy lifestyles and today's budgets, and that true feng shui can be achieved with simple, meaningful elements already found in the home.

Feng Shui with What You Have is packed with creative tips such as:

Hanging fabric from plant hooks will clarify the distinctions between functions in a room.

Spice racks can serve as quick-and-easy aromatherapy.

The fierce tiger picture that may intimidate guests in the foyer can be motivating and inspiring behind a desk

De-cluttering can solve many problems - and costs nothing!

With all the fun of a treasure hunt and the authority of the Pyramid School of Feng Shui, Feng Shui with What You Have is the key to making every home peaceful and harmonious with minimal effort.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Pretty good, in that it includes tips for renters, some spiritual information but not too much, anecdotes, appendixes, and yet it is still compact and accessible. One doesn't have to 'believe in' Feng ... Read full review

Great book

User Review  - shelmybell - Overstock.com

Loved the read very easy to follow. I contributed selling my home on the first day it hit the market due to this book. D Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Connie Spruill, FSII, and Sylvia Watson, FSII, are codirectors of the Feng Shui Institute of America

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