Feng Shui for the Rest of Us: What You Can Do Right Now to Change Your Life

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Writers' Collective, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 302 pages
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No one is immune from the challenges of life on earth, whether you start your day in a yoga pose or make pancakes for the kids with Extract of Cow Butter. That's why this book is for you and me. and the rest of us.Finding harmony and peace is great. Only it's difficult to feel harmonious when the electric bill is through the roof and your right foot hurts every time you put weight on it. Plus, you have a mate, yet between kids, work, and dinner, you have lost some of the passion you once shared. Take heart, this book will help you work out all those issues, since Feng Shui is an exquisite problem-solving tool. Sometimes even miraculous. So whether you're someone who needs to hide from Society Press reporters or always dashing around town on your own errands, this guidebook will show you another reality, one which will revolutionize your life in radically positive ways.
 

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Contents

The Truth
35
The Bathroom
50
The Kitchen
80
The Living Room
99
Various Other Rooms with a Feng Shui View
118
Soup for the Soul
145
Still More Feng Shui Booty
211
CHILL OUT ITS PERFORMANCE TIME
243
The Orange Peel Toddy for SharedWall Space Clearings
256
The Red Cloth Custom
270
Confessions of
284
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Gabrielle Alizay has been a competitive athlete and professional musician. Over ten years ago however, the art of Feng Shui drew its "wind-water" Chinese symbol over her consciousness and she has been hopelessly in love with it ever since. She chose to focus on the Black Hat Tibetan Feng Shui, and studied with Carol Bridges and others.

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