Feng Shui: The Chinese Art of Placement
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese practice based on principles from design, ecology, architecture, mysticism, and common sense. In this masterful work, Sarah Rossbach interprets the teachings of feng shui master Lin Yun for contemporary Westerners, offering the classic essentials on achieving harmony with one's environment. They apply not only to the layout of a building, but also to the arrangement of furniture within a room and to the best design of offices and public spaces--in short, to any arrangement of man's environment. Learn the philosophy of this centuries-old art to help you achieve financial prosperity, good health, and happiness in today's complicated world.
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