The Learning AnnexPresents Feng Shui

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Wiley, Jan 16, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 216 pages
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Literally translated as "wind-water," feng shui is the ancient Chinese art of working with the natural flow of an environment to create harmony in space. It is also a phenomenon across the United States, rapidly shedding its New Age, incense-and-candles image to become a generally accepted way of designing home and work areas for health, wealth, and prosperity. Yet, with all the expensive consultants and self-styled gurus out there, how do you find plain, reliable information on this exciting practice?

Look no further. The Learning Annex Presents Feng Shui packs all the knowledge, tools, and special tips of a Learning Annex seminar into a book with answers to questions like:
* What is feng shui?
* What are its basic principles?
* How can I analyze my home for good chi and correct problem areas?
* How can I enhance specific life areas?


Full of sidebars and other special features, The Learning Annex Presents Feng Shui gives you the tools and knowledge you need to create spaces that will enhance and improve your life-and all in a single night's reading!

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MEIHWA LIN, a native of Taiwan, is an accomplished feng shui practitioner, educator, and lecturer. A speaker at the 2001 International Feng Shui Conference in Zurich, Switzerland, Ms. Lin is a frequent lecturer for the United Nations Staff Recreation Council in New York City. Prior to developing her feng shui practice, Ms. Lin was an executive with the New York Times. She is also the founder and President of ML Associates, as well as the designer of The Feng Shui Collection by Meihwa™ (www.fengshuicollection.com).

THE LEARNING ANNEX is the largest alternative adult-education organization in the United States. It offers short, inexpensive courses on personal growth, business and career opportunities, showbiz and media, health and healing, sports and fitness, spirituality, relationships, technology, and many other subjects.

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