Feng Shui for Skeptics

Feng Shui for Skeptics

Real Solutions Without Superstition

Paperback - 2004
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Although feng shui has become a trendy concept and popular practice in recent years, it is still vastly misunderstood and undervalued by many Westerners. Books on the subject tend to be either highly inaccurate and full of magical thinking that portray feng shui as nothing more than the willful placement of knickknacks with symbolic intentions -- or informative, but laden with excessive remedies that focus on obscure Chinese references, cryptic terms, and calculations virtually incomprehensible to the average reader. In this text, feng shui expert Kartar Diamond explains a complex subject in a user-friendly way. Diamond -- who describes feng shui as the predictable energetic influence of our physical surroundings and the science of how we are impacted in worldly ways, including health, relationships, and financial potential -- provides clarity in a field that has been muddied by ridiculous myths, placebos, and modern notions that have little to do with traditional feng shui. Book jacket.
Published: Culver City, Calif. : Four Pillars Pub., c2004.
ISBN: 9780967193786
Branch Call Number: 133.3337 DIA
Characteristics: viii, 142 p. :,ill., plans ;,23 cm.


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