The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui: How to Apply


The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui: How to Apply the Secrets of Chinese Wisdom for Health, Wealth and Happiness ➳ [Read] ➮ The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui: How to Apply the Secrets of Chinese Wisdom for Health, Wealth and Happiness By Lillian Too ➾ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This lavishly illustrated guide explains the principles and practice of Feng Shui in a comprehensive and practical way Apply the secrets of Chinese wisdom and promote health wealth and happinessIn thi This lavishly illustrated guide explains the principles Illustrated Guide Kindle × and practice of Feng Shui in a comprehensive and practical way Apply the secrets of Chinese wisdom and promote health wealth and happinessIn this authoritative accessible and lavishly illustrated guide Feng Shui expert Lillian Too explains the principles and practice of living in harmony with your natural and man made environment and explains how by making changes to your surroundings you can foster good health improve The Complete eBook ì relationships and attract prosperity both at home and in businessBeautifully illustrated and packed with information this fantastic guide includes– The principles and practice of Feng Shui– How to harness auspicious energy lines– Living in harmony with the earth– How Feng Shui can contribute to your health and happiness‘Lillian Too’s Feng Shui is outstanding and spellbinding the well matched marriage between theory and practice contributes to the comprehensiveness of the book highly recommended’ Dr Leong Complete Illustrated Guide PDF Å Yin Ching Professor of Education University of Malaysia.


10 thoughts on “The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui: How to Apply the Secrets of Chinese Wisdom for Health, Wealth and Happiness

  1. Patty Patty says:

    Eh If Feng Shui really worked I'd be rich the only thing that I really get out of Feng Shui is how to arrange furniture better I used to be an interior design student so I usually stuck to Feng Shui for placement tips


  2. Rodeweeks Rodeweeks says:

    Classical superstition? But who am I to judge I'm sure some people call me superstitious behind my back Good book for those who have an interest in actually practicing it although a bit old personally did not like the pictures much Few things I did not know about Feng Shui such as that than one Chinese religion had an influence on the development and that it is not only focused on interior design but also on the outside and position of your house


  3. Lukas Christensen Lukas Christensen says:

    Interesting and certainly very helpful if you believe in all that stuff Personally I am bit weirded out by the fact that they tell you exactly what size your desktop should be and where everything including your entire house should be placed and what side it should face in order to “fulfil Feng Shui”


  4. Helen Helen says:

    One of many similar books on Feng Shui that includes activating sectors I would recommend if get it then together with Complete Idiot Guide to Feng Shui much complex book that describes specifics of the books like this in my understandingToo much history and theory too little practical applications and even those that were given are useless for me Like at p 80 if the toilet is located in the wrong place stop using it immediately Huh?It seems that it was catered to the people who are planning to build a perfect lucky house with all means for that and those who again have all the means to change place or living for much better at will but not for the rest of usOverall very typical book on Feng Shui to get the general impression and feel of it and pick up this and that for implementing


  5. Christina Christina says:

    I checked this out from my library for some decorating ideas but that was only a small part of it Most of the book goes into theory about why Feng Shui works and how to use it I was pretty confused until I got to the chapters on how to apply the theory That's when if finally started to come togetherAlthough I don't really believe most of the theory it sounds too much like astrology to me I did find some good decorating tips I appreciated the ideas about softening corners arranging furniture to allow a good 'flow' and balancing colors and textures I came away better educated about Feng Shui and the illustrations are beautiful I would recommend this to anyone who wants a good thorough introduction to Feng Shui


  6. Virginia Virginia says:

    This is a good choice for someone who like me never read a Feng Shui book and wanted to learn about authentic Chinese Feng Shui Since creating good Feng Shui usually also creates nice aesthetics I'm certainly going to put some things into practice My main goal is to create a comfortable and attractive home and I'll consider it a bonus if doing so directs a little good luck into my life


  7. Justin Justin says:

    I don't really get feng shui I borrowed this from one of my mom's co workers years ago and it's an interesting idea I might have to study further at some point As an environmentally sensitive person I definitely understand the value of pleasing arrangements I just remember that I was with her until she started saying that I shouldn't have bookshelves in my bedroom because they shoot poison arrows at me or something


  8. michelle michelle says:

    I like Feng Shui It works for me The same things that I don't like about my house or that made me feel uncomfortable are the items that need to be corrected according to Feng Shui principles Make little changes and wait the idea is balance


  9. Paty Mtz Paty Mtz says:

    its very clear very neat you shoul try to follow


  10. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    Hmmmm


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