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101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life

Updated on April 6, 2013

Is the Book Worth the Read? -- YES!

This is a great book for those who assume feng shui is hokey but still have an open mind. It explains how feng shui uses color psychology and the unconscious psychology of your other senses to produce an environment most conducive to your personal goals.

Best of all, each chapter focuses on a different problem, such as stress or weight management, and helps you use this psychology to tweak your environment to help alleviate these problems. You only need to read the chapters that pertain to you!

Practical advice for those wanting to help solve a problem by changing their surroundings; loved it.

Book Table of Contents

The Five Tools of Feng ShuiWays to Reduce Sadness and DespondencyWays to Eliminate InsecurityWays to Win at Weight ManagementWays to Overcome the Emotional Trauma of Death and DivorceWays to Convey a Positive Image to the NeighborhoodHow Doors, Stairs, and Windows Influence Emotional StatesHow Gathering and Dining Spaces Affect Human InteractionsWays to Enhance Sex and SleepWays a Home Can Support Parenting

An Example Of What You'll Find

What's this book like? Try this. First, pick a problem or area in your life you want to improve. Let's say you're stressed over deadlines, irritating customers, and an incompetent coworker. You want to use feng shui to help you relieve. Flip to the "Ways to Reduce Stress" chapter and you'll find a list of questions and answers. For example, "What Scene and Color Lowers Blood Pressure?" Water and medium tones of blue ("water" colors), the author tells us. The book goes on to explain why this is the case and gives recommendations you can use to integrate water and water-blue color into your life to help reduce stress.

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101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life
101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life

Having trouble losing weight?

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Look up some feng shui remedies for many common problems.


Author's Best Line

Intuitively we all know it is impossible not to respond to our physical environment...But we don't always understand how or why certain environments evoke certain feelings...Feng shui, an ancient Chinese discipline, fills that gap.

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