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Publisher's Summary

As the popularity of Feng Shui (the Chinese art of placement) grows, so does the demand to integrate its invaluable principles into our Western culture. In this informative audio program, Collins, the author of The Western Guide to Feng Shui, translates the Eastern mysteries of Feng Shui into practical guidelines that can enhance your health, prosperity, and happiness. Terah's common-sense approach will open your "Feng Shui eyes" to the many practical, user-friendly ways you can bring the benefits of Feng Shui into your home and workplace.
©1999 Terah Kathryn Collins; © and (P)1999 Hay House, Inc.
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By Laila on 08-20-07

Nice but short

The good thing about this speech is that it allows you to apply Feng Shui in a western environment. You get to learn a few tips to apply in your daily life. The speech is funny and relaxed. It is a pity it is only an introduction.

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By Marie on 06-07-12

Nearly Made Me Give Up Feng Shui

Would you try another book from Terah Kathryn Collins and/or Terah Kathryn Collins?

No.

What could Terah Kathryn Collins have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Tell me anything useful, but I guess that's why she does consultations. If she just told you in a book like Karen Kingston, you would just do it and maybe enjoy it.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Introduction to Feng Shui?

All of it. It makes Feng Shui feel sleazy, like a cheap self help guide instead of an ancient traditional understanding of energy.

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