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Feng Shui Paperback – December 6, 1996
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About the Author
Angel Thompson has helped hundreds of clients-from corporations and politicians to entertainers, homeowners, and apartment dwellers-improve their lives through the use of feng shui. Her philosophy is that any space, from the smallest apartment to the most palatial home, can be made better through this ancient Chinese art. She lives in Venice, California.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Okay, so let me be blunt. That review of the book is much better reading than the book itself. This book is written in the usual New Age speak that is full of the sound of mystic references and yet signifying nothing in the end.
Feng Shui is a real living, breathing, way of thinking (or superstition) for many Chinese and other Asians. My mother would always admonish us never to get a house with its front door facing to the West, and she would try to align our beds along a North-South Axis, which would make us into smarter or better or healthier people or something like that. I haven't figured out the part about the beds yet, but I have discovered that a house with the front door facing West can get awfully hot with the sun blazing through the front windows in the afternoons. So, much like the Jews and Muslims not eating pork, there really must be something to Feng Shui after all.
I really hoped that this book would give me some useful insights into life's little rules, such as the ones from my mother, but, instead, this book was just so hard to decipher that I finally gave up.
There is some information which can be helpful in regards to common sense arrangement though. I probably would not recommend this book for beginners. Probably for someone that wants to experiment with the methods contained in here.