Lynn (simgirl) reviewed Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life : How to Use Feng Shui to Get Love, Money, Respect and Happiness on
Helpful Score: 3
I love this book. It doesn't make a terribly large difference to me that it is Black Hat versus traditional; the book has pretty simple techniques and guidelines that make it easy to figure out what to do about different, otherwise-problematic situations that you might encounter in your own house/workplace. It's better than a "dummies" guide to me, as it's very straightforward and explains the rationale behind what you're doing very clearly.
Feng Shui for Americans, basically. A lot of quick-fixes written in a fun, chatty style. Not for serious Feng Shui practitioners but good for figuring out what to do with that one corner you just don't know what to do with.
This book is sub-titled How to use Feng Shui to get love, money, respect and happiness. Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life is written in plain and simple Engllish for the modern Western reader: Revealing the ancient Chinese secrets that are as useful and necessary today as they have been for centuries.
Renee R. (sharjo) reviewed Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life : How to Use Feng Shui to Get Love, Money, Respect and Happiness on
Helpful Score: 2
I love this book! The author's style is very funny. I've read quite a few books on this topic and she includes some other angles I hadn't read before. All in simple to understand terms. I have a feeling that this book will always stay in my "go to" section of my books. The other book I plan to always keep is The Western Guide to Feng Shui - Creating Balance, Harmony< and Prosperity in Your Environment - by Terah Kathryn Collins