101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life

by Nancy Wydra

101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life Synopsis

This title provides simple and inexpensive ways that changing your home can enrich your life. Feng shui means wind water and is the ancient Chinese art of designing spaces to improve one's quality of life. Thousands of people have already applied feng shui principles in their homes and businesses to improve their emotional well-being. Now in 101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life , feng shui expert Nancilee Wydra brings a unique approach to using these principles to enhance your life. She offers practical suggestions for common personal issues for everything from building self-esteem and losing weight to improving your energy level and reducing stress. The suggestions are inexpensive and simple and are soundly based on the ideas of feng shui.You'll learn that: painting a room a mid-tone blue or salmon color can lower your blood pressure and reduce stress; entering through the front door of your home boosts self-esteem; eating a mint or smelling its scent suppresses your appetite, helping you lose weight; using a round table in the dining room promotes conversation, unity, and a feeling of equality; and, building a window seat overlooking your favorite view can inspire you and banish loneliness. 101 Ways Feng Shui Can Change Your Life will show you how to harness the powers of this self-help tool and make changes to your environment that can have a significant impact on improving your life.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780071381383
Publication date: 1st June 2002
Author: Nancy Wydra
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Contemporary an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 224 pages
Categories: Feng Shui,

About Nancy Wydra

Nancilee Wydra, FSII, a leading authority on feng shui, is the founder of the Feng Shui Institute of America. A speaker, columnist, and teacher, she is also a consultant to celebrities and many Fortune 500 companies. Wydra has authored eight books on feng shui.

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