Lillian Too's Smart Feng Shui For The Home: 188 brilliant ways to work with what you've got

Kobo ebook | December 20, 2012

byLillian Too

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Lillian Too's Smart Feng Shui for the Home is a gift from the world's leading feng shui expert for all of us who have to work with what we've already got in our homes. Whether you live in an apartment, family house, penthouse or studio, here are 188 smart ways to transform bad energy to luck-laden good chi, without major building work. Full of practical wisdom, Smart Feng Shui begins with basic principles, explaining everything you'll need to practise authentic Chinese feng shui. It moves on to a guided tour of your principal living areas, including immediate feng shui fixes: you may need a bright light in a bathroom to prevent financial loss or wind chimes to slow down chi energy in a hallway. Special advice is given for those living in apartments, and a unique section is devoted to feng shui and color. Learn to arrange your furniture to welcome in positive energy and locate and activate good fortune corners in every room to encourage money, relationship, health, and career luck – wherever you live. This addictive, easy-to-use feng shui companion is all you will need to enjoy the true abundance of feng shui at home.

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Lillian Too's Smart Feng Shui for the Home is a gift from the world's leading feng shui expert for all of us who have to work with what we've already got in our homes. Whether you live in an apartment, family house, penthouse or studio, here are 188 smart ways to transform bad energy to luck-laden good chi, without major building work....

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 20, 2012Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007500351

ISBN - 13:9780007500352

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