Feng Shui in 10 Simple Lessons

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1999 - House & Home - 144 pages
This ancient and increasingly popular art can be daunting for the person who wants to learn the basics of feng shui and bring them into the home. With the help of ten enjoyable hour-long lessons, this workbook demystifies the honored science of feng shui, showing the reader how to harness its powers and bring stress-free harmony easily and quickly to every area of the home. The author offers simple ways to turn over each room of the house to its proper uses. Guidelines for creating the most effective storage and living spaces for relaxing, working, socializing, and dining are presented in jargonless text and illustrative photos. Emphasized throughout is how to develop and maintain an ambience completely cleansed of clutter. The importance of employing feng shui principles in the garden, the workspace, the new house, and the retirement home make this book unique and invaluable. "A new book demystifying the ancient Chinese art is just for you."Buffalo News

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About the author (1999)

Jane Butler-Biggs has been working as feng shui consultant and teacher for over a decade. She lives in London, England.

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