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Quick Easy Feng Shui for Love and Money [Kindle Edition]

Angela Wilde
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The ancient Chinese said there are 3 types of luck,
Heaven Luck, Earth Luck, and Human Luck. With Heaven Luck, you're stuck with it! It's your destiny, there's nothing you can do about it.
Human Luck refers to the hard work and effort you put into your achievements and the decisions you make. You are of course fully in control of this.
Earth Luck is how your environment impacts upon you. With this book, you can do quick and easy things to help your Earth Luck! Sometimes things go wrong just because of Earth Luck, and if this is the case, then fixing the energy in and around your home will bring change, sometimes so fast you will be amazed!
The good news is that prosperity and love are easily and quickly attracted!
Author Angela Wilde has studied Traditional Feng Shui as well as Aikido and Aikijitsu for many years, following her interest in Chi (Ki, energy). Angela believes that not everyone has the inclination or the finances to have a full, professional Feng Shui consultation, and there are in fact many simple things that can be done to one's environment to enhance love and money.

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Angela Wilde has studied Traditional Feng Shui for many years and has practiced Aikido from childhood.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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Feng shui is an ancient Chinese belief dating back to 4000 BC that the laws of astronomy and geography can be applied aesthetically to improve the positive energy (qi) that surrounds our daily lives.

Feng shui is also big business. In Asia, feng shui consultants charge astronomical fees to corporations who retain them to advise on architectural design, building location, interior decorations and grand-opening dates. No matter how small, no business or shop in Eastern Asia would dare debut without having first consulted extensively with a feng shui practitioner.

Even on Amazon, there are literally hundreds upon hundreds of books written by feng shui "experts" seeking to capitalize on the resurgence of middle-class trends co-opting feng shui. Ironically, one of the major themes of feng shui is in removing clutter, yet the endless piles of feng shui books that keep appearing on the literary market seems only to be contributing to the clutter.

Detractors, however, have branded feng shui everything from an "occult superstition" to "new-age psychobabble." After all (they say), how could something as banal as the position of your bed and the color of a candle have any relation to the safety and welfare of a human being? Communist Party chairman Mao Zedong took his revulsion of feng shui one step further during the 1970s by torturing and killing any Chinese citizen who dared follow this "old, evil ideology."

Irregardless of your beliefs, the fact is that it can't hurt - and could only help - your daily happiness and comfort by following at least the most basic principals of feng shui at your home and office.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Practical and concise. 5 Aug 2012
By Michal
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Very good read. A lot of practical information in a concise format. I enjoyed this book a lot and am trying to implement it's concepts.
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3.0 out of 5 stars review 3 May 2014
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O.K I suppose, haven't finished digesting it yet, the sort of book it takes time to get into.in no etch each B-) it faces B-) Jung o.k readers vilifying rightful
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 21 Sep 2014
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Short but worth it!!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Convenient A-Z pocket guide for Feng Shui beginners 2 Aug 2010
By Thomas Carter - Published on Amazon.com
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Feng shui is an ancient Chinese belief dating back to 4000 BC that the laws of astronomy and geography can be applied aesthetically to improve the positive energy (qi) that surrounds our daily lives.

Feng shui is also big business. In Asia, feng shui consultants charge astronomical fees to corporations who retain them to advise on architectural design, building location, interior decorations and grand-opening dates. No matter how small, no business or shop in Eastern Asia would dare debut without having first consulted extensively with a feng shui practitioner.

Even on Amazon, there are literally hundreds upon hundreds of books written by feng shui "experts" seeking to capitalize on the resurgence of middle-class trends co-opting feng shui. Ironically, one of the major themes of feng shui is in removing clutter, yet the endless piles of feng shui books that keep appearing on the literary market seems only to be contributing to the clutter.

Detractors, however, have branded feng shui everything from an "occult superstition" to "new-age psychobabble." After all (they say), how could something as banal as the position of your bed and the color of a candle have any relation to the safety and welfare of a human being? Communist Party chairman Mao Zedong took his revulsion of feng shui one step further during the 1970s by torturing and killing any Chinese citizen who dared follow this "old, evil ideology."

Irregardless of your beliefs, the fact is that it can't hurt - and could only help - your daily happiness and comfort by following at least the most basic principals of feng shui at your home and office. If, perchance, the southeast part of your house is truly the Wealth Sector, as feng shui suggests, then why would you not want to keep it spotless and free of clutter? If jars of coins around the house really do symbolize abundance and can attract wealth, then how hard would it be to fill some up with your old pocket change?

These and many more easy tips are the basis of Angela Wilde's new pocket-guide to feng shui, Heal Your Home, Fix Your Life! The Easy Guide to Love and Money. I myself am personally dubious of any self-help book with the word "easy" in the title. But as I have lived in Asia for over half a decade, I figured I should at least explore the feng shui genre before outright dismissing it. While I have yet to report any results (positive or negative) as a result of following feng shui, I stand by my original premise - that it can't hurt and can only help.

As Wilde writes in the book's introduction, "Lots of people can't afford to have a complete Feng Shui consultation. They just want something that works, and fast." And this she offers with an efficiently-minimalist A-Z guide outlined in handy alphabetical layout. Curious about dried flowers ("Potpourri is definitely spiritually bad!")? Just flip to the D or F sections. Wondering what herbs are auspicious? Turn to H (page 54) for a complete list of herbs and their respective powers.

Coming in at a mere 90 pages, the book is small and convenient enough to flip through for reference during house-cleaning day, yet the information therein goes a long way. Did you know, for example, that by just boiling some cinnamon and basil together then adding that to a floor wash of nothing but salty water you will have instantly improved your wealth AND personal protection? Now that's profitable multi-tasking!

Wilde also offers her advice on speaking normal words in everyday life: "affirmations and even ordinary words should contain no negatives such as "no" or "not." Overlooking the fact that this sentence itself uses the word "no," it nonetheless is profoundly good advice and one I will attempt to incorporate in my day-to-day dealings.

For anyone interested in at least giving feng shui a precursory attempt before investing major time and money into revamping your lifestyle, Heal Your Home, Fix Your Life! The Easy Guide to Love and Money is a good starting point. Beginners will appreciate Wilde's quick, A-Z reference layout and efficiently-brief prescriptions.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful wonderful book! 29 Jun 2012
By MsSls - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has made me a better person! Really it made me aspire to be more contributing to the household and love it! A trait I was lacking..
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Basic but Useful 23 Jun 2013
By Ama Su Nilia - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a short book with a good simple and alphabetically-ordered collection of tips based on Feng Shui philosophy. The book does not go into the depths of the Feng Shui and is intended as a quick manual more than anything else. The author writes with a contagious enthusiasm!

Some of the most interesting items of advice I got are:
- de-clutter and clean regularly your home to have your whole life de-cluttered,
- position your furniture facing your lucky number direction (Kua)
- let energy circulate
- remove anything connected with the old and the dead (including dried flowers and vintage second-hand items),
- have certain types of art on your wall to attract money and love,
- use certain herbs and essential oils to attract what you want,
- get rid of mirrors in the bedroom
- fix your leaking taps and keep your oven clean to attract money
among many others!

I think the book should be sold cheaper as it is more a booklet than a proper book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for a beginner 10 Mar 2013
By H. Xing - Published on Amazon.com
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I am in my forties, have been trying to create a well organized home forever and still not being able to. Then I found this book. It's like magic. When I implement one change, I immediately get positive results and more motivation to do the next thing. Ever since I found this book, I have tossed a ton of clutter, re-arranged my two bedroom condo. My home environment feels so much better, I felt like I have changed into a new person. Thank God I found this book.
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy Read 15 Jan 2013
By Connie S. Reineccius - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book and easy read. Covers all the basics. Highly recomment to anyone interested in Feng Shui. AAA +++ !
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