Principles of Feng Shui
Picture this : Two persons move into the same row of houses but the one staying at one end becomes wealthier by the end becomes wealthier by the day while the other at the opposite end sees his life going downhill. What could the explanation be?
This is an example of feng shui at work. Feng shui is the mystical ancient Chinese art of geomancy. Forces in the environment interact with the individual's Four Pillars of Destiny (birth date as in year, month, day and time) to create a situation where good or bad fortune becomes the order of the day for him or her.
Understanding how feng shui works requires intensive study as it is a complex school of thought. But to those who are just curious, it would be interesting to have an idea of the basic principles of feng shui and how they work.
This new edition includes:
- Ways to enhance qi in the house with the use of mirrors, aquarium, living plants, candles and light, crystals as well as wind chimes and bells
- The ideal passage to your house
- What is Qi, The Yin & Yang, The Five Elements, Heavenly Stems, Earthly Branches, The 12 'Shen Sha', The Eight Trigram, Good and Bad Feng Shui, Auspicious Wedding Dates & Matrimonial Homes
Author: Sherman Tai
Page count: 150
Dimensions: 210mm x 150mm