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Jun 01, 2004
| ISBN 9781440696220
Jun 01, 2004 | ISBN 9781440696220
How to maximize chi—inside and outside the home. This illustrated guide to the ancient Chinese art strips feng shui down to the basics, focusing solely on those aspects that deal with the interior and exterior of one’s home. Author Stephanie Roberts shows readers how to evaluate and change aspects of their space to maximize the flow of positive energy, and how to arrange each room to achieve better balance in their lives and increase their prospects for health, wealth, and good relationships. The Pocket Idiot’s Guide® to Feng Shui will show you exactly how to analyze your living area—room by room—and arrange it to benefit not only your mind and body, but also your spirit. In this Pocket Idiot’s Guide®, you get: • The basic philosophy of feng shui, including ba gua energy map, the eight areas of influence, and the five transformation. • Tips on how to channel good chi in every room of your home. • Practical advice on eliminating the negative influence clutters into your home and your life. • An understanding of the positive relationship between housework and feng shui.
Stephanie Roberts is a technical writer, publisher, and consultant specializing in feng shui. A graduate of the professional feng shui program at the Metropolitan Institute of Interior Design in Long Island, New York, she has studied with many leading teachers… More about Stephanie Roberts
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