The Living Earth Manual of Feng-shui: Chinese Geomancy

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Arkana, 1982 - Philosophy - 145 pages
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The Chinese have always stressed the importance of living in harmony with nature. They believe towns, buildings, and rooms should be designed and constructed so as not to obstruct the channels of energy that surround the earth. 13 tables, 16 line drawings.

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About the author (1982)

Stephen Skinner graduated from Sydney University in Australia, and worked as a geography lecturer before discovering feng shui in the 1970s. His first book, "The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui," helped spark contemporary Western interest in the subject at a time when most information on feng shui was in Chinese. He lives in London.
Graham Price has worked as a freelance photographer for the past 20 years. Based in London, he has covered a wide spectrum of assignments. His work has been published in a variety of books and international magazines including "Feng Shui for Modern Living,

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