The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room
For thousands of years, the Chinese have used the principles of Feng Shui to enhance their lives. At last, these powerful techniques have been translated into this practical and thought-provoking book for people in the Western world.
In this comprehensive guide, acclaimed Feng Shui teacher Terah Kathryn Collins explains why the arrangement of your home and workplace affects every aspect of your life, including your relationships, your health, and your finances. This informative book takes you on a step-by-step, room-by-room journey through your home and office, opening your "Feng Shui eyes" to see the problems and the solutions in your environment.
Alive, connected and dynamic... Feng Shui views your home or workplace as a living entity that you are either in harmony with or in discordant partnership with. When you honor its aliveness, recognize its vital connection with the quality of your entire life, and make the changes that keep it fresh and alive, it remains a delightful place to be. It nurtures, protects and supports your growth and movement through life.
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Review: The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by RoomUser Review - Margot - Goodreads
Collins' "Room by Room" guide to Feng Shui is very straight forward, easy to read, and implement. This guide, unlike Collins' previous "Western Guide to Feng Shui," features color photographs to illustrate her points. Read full review
Review: The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by RoomUser Review - Narariel - Goodreads
Well-written & clear, the book isn't quite as detailed in a few cases as it could be. But it doesn't overwhelm with the various other forms of Feng Shui. The black-&-white photos are spread throughout ... Read full review
Form and Compassthe Two Basic Schools of Feng Shui
Feng Shui Principles and Guidelines to Live By
The Bagua MapCalling All Blessings
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