Synopses & Reviews
Kiss the competition goodbye! Energize your life with DK's KISS Guide to Feng Shui. Read about feng shui practices originally known only to ancient Chinese philosophers. Understand ch'i -- the energy that flows through our bodies and everything around us. Learn how to find a good feng shui practitioner, what to expect, and how much you should pay. Discover which remedies work best in particular situations. Improve your home and property with practical feng shui tips such as an auspicious position for your bed. Give any office space a feng shui makeover, from analyzing entrances to providing beneficial water features. The Keep It Simple Series is the new standard in how-to books! Written by leading experts, each book includes full-color photographs and illustrations throughout, making these the first and only truly accessible guides for beginners. The KISS format is designed to help readers build confidence from the start, and learn gradually and thoroughly to the very last page. Much more than introductions to various subjects, these inspiring and innovative books are the ones that readers can trust!
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About the Author
Stephen Skinner is the founder and publisher of Feng Shui for Modern Living magazine, the world's best-selling magazine on feng shui, which is available in many countries and published simultaneously in both English and Chinese. He originally learned feng shui with practicing masters in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. Skinner is also the author of The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui, the first English-language book on feng shui published in the 20th century. Master Wu Hsien Sheng is one of the old style feng shui masters practicing mainly in Hong Kong, who inherited his profession from his father, and his father before him. Now retired and in his eighties, Master Wu remembers when the main concern of his early clients was for yin feng shui, and the lay of the land was more important than the colors of the curtains. Nowadays his clients are more likely to include businessmen or lawyers. He attributes his considerable vigor to Chinese ch'i concentrating exercises and the number of mountains he climbed when he was young.