The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feng Shui, 3rd Edition

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Penguin, Mar 1, 2005 - House & Home - 400 pages
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Considered the feng shui bible by classical practitioners and teachers, 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feng Shui' has been updated to include more case stuides and feng shui readings to make the practical application of feng shui even more accessible; new chapters feature before and after photos of feng shi makeovers and explain Ming Gua; the Guardian Star that influences a person's character, and much more. One of the few Western books that focuses on classical feng shui, which is growing in popularity now that the topic has become more mainstream. Joseph Yu is one of only five world-renowned classical feng shui masters.

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Title Page
What Is feng Shui?
Western Intellectual Heritage and the Holy Grail
The Great Wall of Knowledge and the Rise of Feng Shui
Qi Wiz Its Lifes force
The fundamental Principles of Feng Shui
The Principle ofYin and Yang
The Principle ofthe Eight Trigrams
The Flying Stars Part 3
The Flying Stars Part 5
The flying Stars Part 6
The Flying Stars Part 7
Practical Application
Home Is Where the Hearth
Introducing the Twelve Animals ofthe Chinese Zodiac
The Four Pillars of Destiny Part 2

Whats Your Gua?
Understanding Your Environment
Evaluating Your House and
Feng Shui Mechanics
The Flying Stars Part 1
The four Pillars of Destiny Part 3
The four Pillars of Destiny Part 5
Appendix A Glossary
Learn More About feng Shui

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About the author (2005)

ELIZABETH MORAN is the co-author of 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to the I Ching'. She lectures extensively about classical feng shui and the Yijing (I Ching).

Master Joseph Yu is the founder of the Toronto-based Feng Shui Research Center, which offers courses on feng shui, Chinese astrology, and the I Ching. He travels extensively, delivering workshops in an effort to help Chinese traditions earn recognition in the Western world.

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