Good Fengshui: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Balance and Harmony in Your Home (Paperback)
Fengshui master Eva Wong breaks it down for beginners.
This easy-to-use, fengshui 101 guide to the ancient practice will give you invaluable advice as you choose or build a home—and bring positive, healthy energy to your existing home, office, or garden.
Enhance the energy of your home, workplace, or garden using the principles of the Taoist art of fengshui. This primer will teach you to bring harmonizing, beneficial energy into any space.
Taoist arts master Eva Wong introduces readers to the powerful traditional system of fengshui. It is not simply a list of directives for arranging interiors for good luck—it is the art of reading the patterns of the universe and living in harmony with the environment.
Bedrooms with good fengshui maximize health and minimize illnesses. Home offices with good fengshui facilitate business vision and accumulation of wealth. Even garages, driveways, and gardens can affect our health, livelihood, and the way we interact with the world.
Whether you are buying, renting, or renovating a home—or you want to change the atmosphere and energy of the home you are in—Wong will teach you to identify and work with the possibilities and limitations of your space.
In this concise book, Wong
- explains the essential principles and guidelines of fengshui;
- offers tips for home buyers, including architectural positives and negatives, and neighborhood perks and challenges;
- shows you how to assess your indoor and outdoor spaces;
- and much more
About the Author
Eva Wong is a fengshui practitioner, independent Taoist scholar, and a practitioner of the Taoist Alchemical Arts. She has operated a fengshui consultation business world-wide, including Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Europe, North and South America, and Australia. The range of her fengshui consultation includes residential and commercial projects, religious and spiritual centers, urban planning, large scale institutions such as schools, hospitals, financial institutions, and government offices. She has published over sixteen books on fengshui, Taoism, and strategy.
“An ideal primer on modern applications of an ancient tradition.”—Publishers Weekly