Feng Shui for Beginners: Successful Living by Design

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Llewellyn Publications, 1997 - House & Home - 196 pages
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When you live in harmony with the universe, good things naturally flow your way. Feng Shui for Beginners offers simple techniques for attracting the powerful energy known as ch'i into your home and workplace.

By simply rearranging your furniture, hanging wind chimes outside your door, or placing a vase filled with flowers in your bedroom, you can improve your life in a variety of ways: create a more peaceful home, enhance your creativity, even find true love. You'll learn how to use feng shui to get rid of shars in your environment—straight lines and sharp angles that produce bad luck. And you can even predict the future with the “Flying Star” technique.

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This book was fairly well written, but sort of oddly organized. Some points got repetitive. This book is best suited for somebody looking to buy or build a home. Good resources in the appendix. Read full review

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Not as practical as the intro made it out to be. I was expecting a more western approach to feng shui but ended up with a very eastern, superstitious feng shui. Interesting to see all the different aspects, but not very practical, unless you're extremely superstitious. Read full review

Contents

What Is Feng Shut?
1
The form School
21
The Compass School
45
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About the author (1997)

Webster travels around the world lecturing and conducting workshops on psychic subjects.

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