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A Master Course in Feng Shui Paperback – 1 Jul 2001
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"Eva comes from a proud and strong lineage of feng-shui masters, and she has written a book that is in a class of its own. This is the definitive textbook for all genuine feng-shui enthusiasts. It is almost like a how-to manual, successfully condensing authentic feng-shui theories into useful, applicable concepts, with do-it-yourself feng-shui projects. Read this book. Then read it again. And again. You will find a new nugget of information each time. Congratulations to Eva on a book well written."--Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai
An all-encompassing study of the principles and practices of Feng-Shui * From bestselling author of Feng-Shui and The Shambhala Guide to Taoism * Covers evaluating landscape and external environment, use of the geomantic compass, planning space use, matching occupants to a house, furniture placement, improving the Feng-shui of a building with countermeasures and renovations, building a new house, choosing or designing a flat, business suite, or shop space * Includes 150 photographs and 207 diagrams This fully illustrated, comprehensive workbook is designed for homeowners, renters, architects, and business owners who want to put Feng-shui to practical personal use - to choose a home, build a house, select an office, or find a shop space. Estate agents, interior designers, architects and those just wanting a change, will also find this book a fascinating and useful reference manual.See all Product description
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There are also other things in her book that I don't agree with. The method for determining facing directions in an apartment complex isn't necessarily spot on from my own experience. If anything, I think the book "Feng Shui Demystified" (first book) has it right when it says that the facing is the direction from which wind can most easily spread into a structure. This can be the place that has most windows - but not necessarily so. In my particular condo for example, the facing direction is not the same place (from my own experimentation), as where the windows face. Most of the windows are kept closed and wind energy comes up from below from the larger structure itself, up elevator, stairs, and through the vents.
I also don't agree with necessarily putting red in the palaces that have the best stars either. I think the theory behind this is that you want to energize a sector that has good stars. And red is one way of doing this. But the color red also has the fire element to it which may or may not be a good thing depending other factors within the sector (look at the mansion formula in "Idiot's guide to Feng shui", for example).
But otherwise, there are a lot of concepts in this book that I couldn't easily find in other books or there were some points that were clarified that were confusing in other books. Again, this would be my 2nd most recommended feng shui book after "Idiot's guide to feng shui". This is overall an excellent book.
I would not recommend this title for the casual reader looking for a few interior design tips on de-cuttering, simplifying, and colors. Rather, this book is for the serious student diving deeper into the details of feng-shui.
This would also be a good volume those building homes and making long-term design decisions.
I highly recommend this title, but again for those looking for a serious study on feng-shi.