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Feng Shui for Your Apartmentby Richard Webster
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Discover the secret to turning your apartment, condominium, or dormitory into a home that attracts good luck, prosperity, and peace. By using feng shui, you'll be living in harmony with earth energies. You'll feel more content, happier, and even healthier--by simply changing the position of some furniture, increasing the light in an otherwise gloomy corner, or practicing other feng shui remedies.
Raise the positive energy flow in your apartment with feng shui and feel your life change for the better: --Activate the wealth, career, family, and love sectors in each room--Protect yourself from energy-zapping shars that might be directed at your apartment or building--Increase the flow of universal energy (chi) in your apartment and watch your prosperity skyrocket--Counteract the negative effects of the Death, Five Ghosts, and Disaster locations found in every apartment--Discover the single most important piece of furniture in a studio apartment--and how repositioning it will improve the quality of your life--Learn to make feng shui evaluations for your friends
Whether you live in an apartment complex, a one-room studio, or a tiny dormitory, you can benefit from the ancient art of feng shui. Making subtle changes to your living area will literally transform your life. Those who practice feng shui notice marked improvements in all areas of their lives--romance, finances, career, family, health, even fame
You can benefit from feng shui by making subtle changes to your living area that will literally transform your life. Learn what to look for when selecting an apartment. Avoid pointing your bed toward the disaster location. Discover the best places for other furniture, and how to remedy negative areas with plants, mirrors, crystals, and wind chimes.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-136) and index.
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