Book Reviews of The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui

The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui
The Practical Encyclopedia of Feng Shui
Author: Gill Hale
ISBN-13: 9781843090328
ISBN-10: 1843090325
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Hermes House
Book Type: Hardcover
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Wow, what a thorough book! It covers everything: home, business, garden, everything! Absolutely loved it.
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Comprehensive, 250 ppg. + guide to Feng Shui. This beautifully produced book from the UK contains ancient formulas and symbols explained and fully interpreted for the new practitioner along with simple tables to help apply them. It also contains a unique glimpse at the professional use of the Luo Pan - the Feng Shui compass.
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Turns out Feng Shui is just an extension of Chinese Astrology, and I discovered there are some embarrassing flaws with the philosophy.

That being said, this guide is extremely clear on how it works, with easy explanations and diagrams. You learn how to calculate your magic formula for maximum "chi" for prosperity.

It offers hundreds of full-color glossy photographic images for the home decorator to be inspired by, and interesting tips to make your place more peaceful and inviting inside and out. I give it 4 stars since this aspect of the book vindicates the weak astrology.