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Interior Design with Feng Shui (Anglais) Broché – janvier 1988


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A centuries-old Chinese practice, feng shui has captured the Western imagination as a tool for design and well-being. In this classic book, complete with helpful drawings and photographs, Sarah Rossbach shows how anyone can apply its principles to enhance their careers, family life, health, and prosperity. Rossbach interprets the teachings of feng shui master Lin Yun for contemporary Westerners, offering practical methods for achieving harmony with one's environment. Focusing on common problems in business and residential settings, she discusses everything from the site of a building to furniture arrangement to wall decoration. In a chapter new to this edition, she explains how to choose colors that satisfy individual needs and preferences. Rossbach's easy-to-execute advice includes such simple steps as moving a microwave oven, repositioning a desk, and hanging mirrors to alleviate negative influences.
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Sarah Rossbach has written four books and numerous articles on feng shui for the New York Times, the Washington Post, House and Garden, and Harper's Bazaar.
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Until recent years, the wisdom of feng shui has been the domain of a handful of sinologists, some Buddhist and Taoist priests, and a sprinkling of experts-feng shui professors-who, on a professional basis, advise clients on anything from where to buy a house to siting an ancestor's grave. Lire la première page
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A practical reference to add to your library... 24 mars 2000
Par Laura Haggarty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have a number of books on Feng Shui, and while I'll admit this is not the most comprehensive, it certainly is full of practical information which I refer to. The author goes into a lot of detail with regard to the various room shapes and house shapes which I found helpfull. There are lots of illustrations which show the flow of chi and its effects.
But the most interesting thing about this book is, when I followed her instructions regarding the placement of furniture in my husband's home office, the effect was almost immediate, and profound! My husband was looking for a job at that time, and had been through several interviews, but nothing definate had happened. I had just gotten this book, and after reading it, completely re-arranged the office. Within an hour of doing so, my husband got not one, but two job offers over the phone! I don't believe in coincidences, and think this made a definite difference. My advice is, try it, you might like it.
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Not necessarily the place to begin. 27 juin 2002
Par frumiousb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'd had this book recommended to me as a good one with which to begin to understand Feng Shui. While I will agree that aspects of it were clear and full of practical application (the examples of room layouts, etc.), in general I found the book to be poorly organized and certainly not enough in and of itself to gain a basic understanding of Feng Shui.
I found that I learned enough to be interested further, and got some practical advice about furniture placement. Not where I would send a beginner, however.
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a tease without completeness 26 mars 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This was my fourth feng shui book and I am somewhat disappointed. It started out well, with great intentions but never quite finished. There were stories repeated and the really important parts not completely explained. The cures were given for specific examples, but nothing was given as suggestions to figure out how to determine if you have the problems. I feel unsatisfied, although I will probably use some of the suggestions. Also, the 'second' part of the book was supposed to be devoted to a greater understanding of the mysticism behind feng shui and it was all just a little snippet of a much bigger realm. A bunch of religious babble and not enough explanation. Probably a tactic to buy more of her books. No thanks. I much prefer the Kwan Lau book, Feng Shui for Today or Terah Collins' approach.
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regarding the question authenticity reviewer 9 mars 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have done an amazing amount of research about the subject and I found the web site that this San Francisco person saw. There are 2 types of Feng Shui: compass school (Eva Wong) and form school (Sarah Rossbach and Lin Yun). Apparently the form school is similar to studying sun signs of a persons chart to find their personality. It is a starting point to continue from. The compass school is very detailed and individualized like the most detailed horoscope drawn to detail your life events. It is hard to truly Feng Shui a living space without preparation, such as doing Chinese horoscopes on the members of the household, seeing the lay of the land and finding the orientation of the building. All these factor in. Form school (Lin Yun) is basically good interior decorating and not true Feng Shui. This is a wonderful place to start, but is not the totality of the subject. Feng Shui is a true science and readers are encouraged to research more on the subject!
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Not a beginning... 8 juin 2000
Par David Langemak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a neophyte to Feng Shui, this book appealed to me because it contained many examples of how to apply Feng Shui to everyday situations. Unfortunately, I found the book to be poorly organized - extracting information that could be useful in my everyday life wasn't intuitive. Feng Shui is an ancient and complex art - and it seems the only message that I got out of this book is I need to pay a consultant to apply Feng Shui to my environment.
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