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Dorm Room Feng Shui: Find Your Gua > Free Your Chi ;-)Total Hits - 315  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (7)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
We’ve Feng Shui-ed the home and the office. Now it’s time for this ancient Chinese art of spatial arrangement and orientation to take on the greatest challenge of all — the dorm room. Fifteen million kids go off to college each fall, laden down with bedding, wall hangings, computer, books, clothes, stereo, mini-fridge, photos, etc. — and they are determined to cram it all into one very small dorm room. The problem is compounded when the roommate shows up with an equal pile of stuff.

How do you make a dorm room comfortable and conducive to everything from sleeping to studying to socializing? When confronted with this dilemma in her own tiny, first-year dorm room, author Katherine Olaksen called for help — and feng shui answered. In Dorm Room Feng Shui, Olaksen presents quick, cheap, and innovative feng shui fixes designed to cure any student’s troubles.

A nine-second quiz helps zero in on the life issues that need the most attention, from roommate relationships to career choices, and the corresponding areas of the dorm room to focus on. Light-hearted yet practical text offers simple suggestions for changing the flow of chi (energy) in the room to help ease the problem areas.

The result is a more inviting dorm-room environment, and a charging up of chi, which, according to feng shui theory, will help improve study habits, pump up social life, soothe roomie relations, and even inspire some organizing and clean-up. This is a book that is as irresistible to read as a horoscope, and heaven knows, could prove to be uncannily accurate.
ISBN: 1580175929   Date Published on 6/1/2005
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Peaceful Spaces: Transform Your Home into a Haven of Calm and TranquilityTotal Hits - 389  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
'Peaceful Spaces' is composed of two parts. The first half is a truly wonderful collection of decorative rooms and principles telling you how to make your own rooms look really nice. The idea is to get rid of clutter and excess furnishings, and then artfully arange carefully chosen furnishings & decorations to build a cohesive, peaceful room. Some of the rooms are a bit too spartan for my tastes, but most are simply wonderful. This book isn't about decorating style (e.g., country or modern) but how to use shape, texture, color, and materials to compose an inspiring display. 'Peaceful Spaces' touches upon Feng Shui, Zen, and Japeneese decorating style.

The second half of the book applies the principles to different rooms of the house & office.

If decorating your house were an art class, then most books teach technique (e.g., how to do faux painting, how to decorate in the country style, how to recover a sofa, how to choose colors); whereas this book teaches composition (e.g., how to put the pieces together into a pleasing ensamble). My experience with art classes & decorating books is that actual advice on composition is very, very rare. This book is a gem!

ISBN: 1841722634   Date Published on 4/1/2002
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feng Shui (2nd Edition)Total Hits - 758  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (61)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Considered the feng shui bible by classical practitioners and teachers, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Feng Shui has been updated to include more case studies and feng shui readings to make the practical application of feng shui even more accessible; new chapters feature before and after photos of feng shui makeovers and explain Ming Gua—the Guardian Star that influences a person’s character—and much more.

• One of the few Western books that focuses on "classical" feng shui, which is growing in popularity now that the topic has become more mainstream
• Joseph Yu is one of only five world-renowned classical feng shui masters --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
ISBN: 0028643399   Date Published on 3/8/2002
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Fast Feng Shui for Singles: 108 Ways to Heal Your Home and Attract Romance (Fast Feng Shui)Total Hits - 314  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
Everything you need to know to shake off the disappointments of the past and find the lasting joy and happiness you desire with the power of feng shui! Fast Feng Shui for Singles provides a unique, holistic, and highly effective program to get you from being alone to being in love.

Step-by-step guidelines show you how to use feng shui to heal old heartache and rediscover a sense of self; attract new opportunities and jump-start your social life; nurture a budding relationship; fan the flames of passion; and overcome barriers to intimacy, communication, and commitment. Filled with journaling exercises, meditations, rituals and feng shui tips on every aspect of turning your love life around.

Fast Feng Shui for Singles prepares and inspires you to transform your home and heart into environments that welcome romance and support a lasting, loving relationship with the man or woman of your dreams!

ISBN: 1931383049   Date Published on 2/1/2002
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Feng Shui for Dummies Total Hits - 1543  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (41)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
The ancient Chinese art of interior design-demystified at last. According to Feng Shui practitioners the design of a room can have a dramatic effect on health, wealth, and success. This plain-English guide takes the mystery out of this 4,500-year-old art-and shows you step-by-step how to arrange furniture, lighting, colors, and other interior elements to achieve maximum benefit. The book features:
  • An easy-to-understand overview of traditional and contemporary Feng Shui practices
  • Basic instructions on using Feng Shui everyday at home or at work
  • Over 200 detailed illustrations
  • ISBN: 0764552953   Date Published on 11/22/2000
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    Feng Shui Dos & Taboos Total Hits - 441  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (14)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
    The ancient Chinese practice of feng shui is one of today's hottest topics in home decorating and self-help. In a fun-to-read A-Z format, Wong delivers over 350 practices, principles, and proverbs of feng shui with a focus on the simple and the practical. From antiques and aquariums to water and wind chimes, this browser-friendly reference offers easy, concrete ways to promote harmony, balance, and happiness. The hand-size trim makes this book an appealing gift.
    ISBN: 158017308X   Date Published on 8/9/2000
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    Feng Shui Goes to the OfficeTotal Hits - 348  |  Hits Today - 0Rating:   Rating Average (1)    |  View Ratings  |  Add Your Rating
    If what you do at work feels like play, don't bother to read this book. But if bringing these disparate realities closer together is a goal, Feng Shui Goes to the Office can help. This book is designed to make work feel as satisfying as play . . . to help you identify what parts of work are blissful and what parts need other supports." -- From the Introduction Who has not, at some point, looked around his or her workspace and felt decidedly uninspired, de-energized, or distracted by what is a less than optimal environment? Whether you write copy in a creative field or crunch numbers in the financial world, your office surroundings have a profound effect on your health, happiness, and, yes, success. Feng shui master and bestselling author Nancilee Wydra can help you design a more productive space or, at the very least, help you make minimal adjustments that can result in big differences. Whether you have a window office in a high-rise, a putty-colored cubicle without natural light, a make-do home office, or a simple desktop in the hall, Feng Shui Goes to the Office offers astonishingly simple techniques for creating a more balanced workplace. Just the simple act of relocating a phone, adding a splash of color, or incorporating better lighting can make a valuable difference. Nancilee Wydra, founder of the Pyramid School of Feng Shui, conducts feng shui workshops across the country. The most published American on the topic, she is the author of Feng Shui: The Book of Cures, Feng Shui in the Garden , and Feng Shui and How to Look Before You Love . Wydra lives in Vero Beach, Florida.
    ISBN: 0809228726   Date Published on 1/11/2000