The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui

The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui : Using the Proven Power of Feng Shui as a Key to Modern Living

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This guide explains the principles and practice of living in harmony with your environment. It explains how, using Feng Shui to make changes to your surroundings, you can foster good health, improve relationships, and attract prosperity in the home, garden and in your work place. The author explains how, by moving furniture, adding colour or plants to a room, discarding clutter, and adding crystals or wind chimes in the appropriate place, you can radically improve your life. The guide offers practical advice on everything from the best place for your desk to the colour of your bathroom d?cor, from the shape of your flower beds to where you child's portrait should be positioned.

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  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 236 x 300 x 28mm | 1,601.17g
  • Anness Publishing
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 600 colour photographs
  • 0754809617
  • 9780754809616
  • 827,889

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About Gill Hale

Gill Hale became interested in Feng Shui following a trip to Hong Kong several years ago and has since studied with some of the world's leading teachers. She is a lecturer and consultant for homes and offices and, as a trained garden designer, is widely known as a leading authority on Feng Shui in the garden, where she uses ancient planting as well as modern design practices. Gill works with the Feng Shui Association in England and has served on the committee of the Feng Shui Society for four years. She regularly contributes to Feng Shui for Modern Living magazine and other environmental journals.

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