The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui
The ancient Chinese system of Feng Shui (which literally means wind and water) is becoming increasingly popular in the West. This guide explains how changes to natural and man-made environments can foster good health, improve relationships and attract prosperity at home and in business. It covers ancient China's links with Feng Shui, living in harmony with the Earth's environment and the various schools of Feng Shui.
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