I LOVE this book and have read it several times. Don't let it's simple format fool you...there's some great stuff in here! I think my favorite part is about the inmate who became a feng shui consultant after some coaching by the author. One of the things I learned from the inmate's story is that if you don't have the real object you can substitute a picture. The inmate's story is in Chapter 18.
This is my second favorite feng shui book, following just behind Karen Kingston's Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui.
As with all things, sometimes we need to release an object in order to make way for a new one. And sometimes we need to release books in order to make a major move. I'm planning a major move...otherwise you'd never have the opportunity to see this fantastic book.