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Teen Feng Shui: Design Your Space, Design Your Life Library Binding – May 22, 2008
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Feng shui, the Chinese art of placement, has been used for over 5,000 years to attract fame, wealth, success, and good luck. Now you can take advantage of this ancient practice to design your space--and your life--in a way that attracts positive energies to you.
As you learn to design your room with posters, incense, crystals, mirrors, and furniture, you also will be exploring your many life goals and how feng shui can help you to achieve them. You will learn to apply feng shui to your room, combining the numerous tips on colors, lighting, lucky symbols, and where to put your furniture with the unique needs presented by your life, your astrology, and your body type. Touching upon everything from financial management to developing relationships that make you and others happy, Teen Feng Shui walks you through how to create your room design and its affect on your life from start to finish.
SUSAN LEVITT is a professional feng shui consultant, tarot reader, and astrologer who began her years of studies in Asian literature, Chinese medicine, and herbalism at the age of 17. She is the author of Taoist Feng Shui, Taoist Astrology (with Jean Tang), The Complete Tarot Kit, and Introduction to Tarot. She lives in San Francisco and maintains a web site at www.susanlevitt.com. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Feng shui is about how "chi" moves throughout the environment. The philosophy is that chi is everywhere and that feng shui helps chi become as balanced as possible; problems result when chi becomes too positive or too negative. Chi is the energy or "life force" moving through all things and it is Yin (dark/feminine) and yang (light/masculine) are the two types of chi. Together, yin and yang form Tao. From yin and yang, eight "trigrams" are derived; these are the stacked lines, which are the same as are used in the I Ching for divination. In the Black Hat style of feng shui, they correspond to different sections of a room. Yang's trigrams are Heaven (Helpful People/Travel), Lake (Creativity/Children), Fire (Fame/Reputation), and Thunder (Family/Health). Yin's trigrams are Wind (Wealth), Water (Career), Mountain (Knowledge), and Earth (Relationships/Romance). These eight are referred to as the Ba Gua.Read more ›