Feng Shui in Five Minutes

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2002 - House & Home - 204 pages
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This handy guidebook has been called "the most easy-to-use feng shui book in the world." Feng Shui in 5 Minutes uses the simple yet powerful Dragon Door approach to feng shui and a friendly question-and-answer format to help you quickly find the answers you need.

This book overflows with helpful tips and low- or no-cost feng shui remedies, including easy steps you can take to:
—Activate your home''s Golden Prosperity Point
—Attract a marriage proposal
—Enlist the protection of the four House Spirits
—Speed up the sale of your house
—Correct energy imbalances in your house that drain your family
—Apply the Nine Celestial Cures to optimize the energy flow in your home, garden, or workplace
—Discover your Yin moonlight and Yang daylight lucky charms, and use them to bring good fortune

Second Runner Up for the Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Self-Help Book

 

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Contents

Welcome to the Mysterious Art of Feng Shui
1
The Nine Celestial Cures
11
Ancient Secrets of the BaGua
27
Harmonious Home Workplace Locations
43
Happy Home Workplace Designs
61
Good Feng Shui Room by Room
81
Good Feng Shui Room by Room Continued
97
Transform Your Apartments Energy
111
Landscape Enchantment
137
Water Wisdom
145
The Color of Good Feng Shui
151
Magic Feng Shui Rituals
159
Strange Spooky
171
Yin Moonlight Yang Daylight
181
Discover Your BirthYear Element
193
Index
199

The Four Protective House Spirits
131

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About the author (2002)

Selena Summers, a native and resident of Australia, graduated from Melbourne University with a degree in philosophy and literature and a sub major in Eastern culture and thought.  After college, Selena began her training in feng shui in Amsterdam, where she studied with Professor Vincent Wu of Hong Kong.

In 1992, Selena began writing a feng shui column for Womans Day Magazine,which she has been doing now for ten years.  Her book, Feng Shui in 5 Minutes, a bestseller in Australia, came about from reader interest in a user-friendly bookabout the Chinese art and has been hailed by Australian readers as "the most easy-to-use feng shui book in the world."

In 1998, Selena starred in a feature called House Busters, where she, a clairvoyant, and an astrologer traveled around Australia analyzing Womans Dayreaders' homes and lives.  In 2000, Selena had a weekly feng shui radio spot on Radio West in Western Australia.  She has also appeared on morning television in Melbourne and has done radio interviews all over Australia.  

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