Learn how to bring positive energy into your home with feng shui. When the spaces we live and work in are in balance with nature, it helps to create the best circumstances for prosperity and luck. How do you locate and activate the wealth area? What kind of plant is the money plant? What should you not do in feng shui? Below are some videos you can watch and books you can check out from our library books to find more tips on how to create good feng shui in your home.
Remember the best feng shui results from kindness. Doing good deeds brings blessings.
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Feng Shui for Dummies by David Kennedy
Feng Shui For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows you how you can apply Feng Shui principles to your home (inside and out) and workplace (from window office to cubicle) in order to achieve a better life. Principles are explained in an easy-to-understand language. Feng Shui For Dummies shows you how to feel and access the energy of your environment and create harmony and happiness in your life.
A Little Bit of Feng Shui : An Introduction to the Energy of the Home by Ai Matsui Johnson
Your space holds the key to your health, happiness and prosperity, and A Little Bit of Feng Shui provides a useful guide to its teachings. This book will teach you how to understand and use Feng Shui—all the way from its history and basic principles to practical skills that can be used immediately. Author and Feng Shui practitioner Ai Matsui Johnson illustrates how and why to make basic changes in the layout of your home in order to promote positive energy for you, your friends, and family.
Feng Shui Modern by Cliff Tan
Would changing the position of my bed help me sleep? Would shifting my desk make me more successful? Will changing my home really change my life? Does feng shui even work? The answer to all these questions is yes. In this book, Cliff Tan teaches you how to use feng shui to fix any room and optimize any space, in order to transform your home into a happy, healthy oasis. He takes you behind the mysticism to reveal the logic of this ancient practice.
Learn feng shui the easy way! Fast Feng Shui takes the mystery out of how to change your life by rearranging your home, with 9 simple principles that are easy for anyone to learn and apply. Working with your own feng shui style, you’ll discover how to: find your POWER SPOTS — the specific areas of your home where feng shui adjustments will be most effective for you, based on your personal issues and goals; shift your energy by getting rid of clutter; attract money, romance, and opportunities by removing obstacles and activating your power spots.
In this revised and updated edition of her classic, bestselling book, Karen Kingston draws on her wealth of experience as a clutter clearing, space-clearing, and feng shui practitioner to show you how to transform your life by letting go of clutter. Her unique approach lies in understanding that clutter is stuck energy that has far-reaching physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual effects. You’ll be motivated to clutter clear as never before when you realize just how much your junk has been holding you back!
Feng Shui Your Kitchen by Sharon Stasney
Use the principles of feng shui to create a kitchen that reflects your personality, patterns, and relationships. Charts and a questionnaire help you pinpoint your particular “type,” and unique feng shui techniques offer area solutions, advice on where to put things, and suggestions for shifting just a few items for a more compatible design. With dozens of magnificent photos!
Crafting for Good Feng Shui : 40 Projects to Bring Harmony to Your Home by Janice Eaton Kilby
Using the principles of Feng Shui, it’s easy to create good energy and beauty in your home. This unique combination of interior design/crafting manual reveals the secrets of producing positive energy through use of colors, shapes, and materials. Here are luscious photos of Feng Shui makeovers to stimulate your own creative juices.
Practical Feng Shui Solutions by Simon Brown
Join the millions who use Feng Shui, the ancient art of living well, for better health, happier relationships, career success, and realizing their full potential. Simple, fully illustrated techniques let you transform your inner space by rearranging your living space. For centuries, the Chinese have brought harmony to their lives by changing the mood of the rooms in their homes, and now you can rearrange your furniture and add inexpensive but powerful natural features such as water and plants, as well as sights and sounds through mirrors and chimes, and new uses for particular fabrics, patterns, textures, and colors.
Spirit of the Home : How to Make Your Home a Sanctuary by Jane Alexander
Creating a soul-sustaining space, an intimate and emotional connection with our home, has become a pursuit of modern life. As we change our lifestyles, downshift, work at home, deal with stress, live in different communities, we look towards home as a haven for peace and tranquility.
Feng Shui Symbols : A User’s Handbook by Christine M Bradler
Based on the Chinese philosophy of Taoism, the feng shui system offers practical advice such as where to place furniture, how to accessorize, and what colors to paint a room in order to connect the energies of the universe and dissolve the barriers between the everyday and the sacred. Begin by analyzing your space with the “ba gua compass” to determine the types of energy present in each area. Now you are ready to work with symbols to improve your health, career, relationships, and personal well-being.
Decorating with the Five Elements of Feng Shui by Tisha Morris
The five elements―Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water―are the threads of energy that connect all living beings with nature. Learn how each element is expressed not only in nature, but also through you and your home. Start with a quiz to understand your elemental makeup. Then follow the three-step formula to incorporate feng shui into your life. With a room-to-room guide for using the five elements, instructions for healing spaces both inside and outside, and much more, Decorating With the Five Elements of Feng Shui will help you find harmony in your body, your home, and the world.
Feng Shui Living by Sharon Stasney
Transform your home into an environment that makes you feel more alive. Using the principles of feng shui–the ancient Asian practice of arranging furnishings and accessories to optimize the flow of energy–you can create a living space in which you feel safe and comfortable and that also helps you embrace life more fully. Gorgeous full-color photos of stylish rooms illustrate how easy it is to incorporate feng shui into your décor.
Feng Shui for Harmony and Well Being by Richard Craze
The world of alternative disciplines and therapies is a vast maze — there is overwhelming evidence of their benefits, but little guidance on getting started and knowing more. This series of no-nonsense guides introduces you to a wealth of alternative approaches, enabling you to maximize your personal well-being, improve your health, and develop the inner self.
Feng Shui Made Easy helps readers discover the nature of the connections, as well as learn what obstructions must be removed to change fixed patterns of behavior and restore balance, harmony, and inner peace—a process that, when combined with external adjustments, results in increased success and lasting change in all areas of life.
— Hongmei, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian