For thousands of years, people in the East have been using feng shui to design homes and offices. Over the past decade, more and more people in the West have been doing the same thing, often calling in an expensive expert only to be told that all they need to do is hang a mirror in one of the rooms.
With 101 Feng Shui Tips for the Home by well-known authority Richard Webster, Llewellyn is once again able to provide you with a simple, direct source that gives you the basic theory of how feng shui works then shows you how to do it yourself. You may want to follow the recommendations for rearranging your furniture or simply adding a mirror or fountain to what you already have. All of the methods needed to bring balance to your home and life are right in the pages of this book!
The tips are fun and easy to use. For example, the foot of The tips are fun and easy to use. For example, the foot of your bed should not directly face the door. If the front door is made of more than one panel, make sure they are of equal sizes in order to create harmony and balance. Bathroom and toilet doors should be kept closed. All of these help to allow the ch'i to flow freely through the home. This will bring balance and peace. It will let you sleep better and be happier. And when you do this, your life and health improve.
As you can see, I'm very excited about feng shui. It's a system which really makes a difference and which anyone can use. I sincerely hope you will give it a try. Think of being happier, more peaceful, more rested and having more energy. The secret to this lies behind the doors of feng shui. And with this book, those doors are open for you.
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