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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Feng Shui
In this superb, highly illustrated volume, discover the origins, principles and applications of Feng Shui from its foremost author.
Hardcover, 359 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Barnes & Noble Books
(first published 1999)
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Great for studying history of feng shui or if you want to seriously commit to feng shui. not at all practical if you want to incorporate just a few things into your home. if you followed all the instructions in this book you'd have to tear down your house and fill it with tacky items. this makes feng shui look very superstitious. not practical if you are wanting the fundamentals to incorporate into interior decorating.
I've read a few of these type of books and this one is by far is my favorite. I've implemented many of the ideas in this book in my home. Particularly like part about energy flows through rooms. Truly has made a difference
Un guide très bien illustré et adapté à notre mode de vie moderne. Comme le souligne l'un de mes amis, "Le Feng Shui, c'est surtout de la logique!" Je suis d'accord. Suivre son intuition et son chemin intérieur est le meilleur moyen d'appliquer le Feng Shui, à mon avis!
Lillian Too is the world's bestselling feng shui author, selling millions of copies of her books worldwide. She is in constant demand as a consultant and lecturer; she possesses a Harvard MBA, and in her corporate days she was the first woman in Asia to head a bank. She was also the Chairman of a chain of department stores and boutique in Hong Kong until she retired to be a full-time writer. ...more