The Western Guide to Feng Shui Room by Room


The Western Guide to Feng Shui Room by Room by Terah Kathryn Collins

Filled with photographs, stories, and many practical Feng Shui "tricks of the trade," this book is packed with ideas and tools that you can easily apply to your life to increase your prosperity and improve your health, creativity, and overall happiness.

Terah covers every room in great detail—including your living room, dining room, bedrooms and bathrooms, home office, kitchen, family room, and storage areas. She also explores the attitudinal and spiritual work—the inner Feng Shui—that complements and strengthens your outer Feng Shui enhancements. Includes a 16-page insert of color photos to emphasize the author’s points.

Replacement Value: $30

INTRODUCTION: Joining the Seen and the Unseen Forces of Nature Form and Compass---the Two Basic Schools of Feng Shui From Popcorn to Prosperity Feng shui Acts of Courage
CHAPTER 1: Feng Shui Principles and Guidelines to Live By Principle I—Everything Is Alive with Ch'i Principle II—Everything Is Connected by Ch'i Principle III - The Ch'i in Everything Is Always Changing Practical Guideline I—Live with What You Love Practical Guideline II - Put Safety and Comfort First Practical Guideline III - Simplify and and Organize Practice Feng Shui Today
CHAPTER 2: The Bagua Map—Calling Blessings 23 Mapping the Bagua of Your Home Missing Areas of the Bagua Map Mapping the Bagua in Every Room Assessing Your Bagua Map Profile Seen and Unseen Work Related to the Bagua Map Bagua Map Exercise
CHAPTER 3: Yin and Yang and the Five Elements—Nature's Abundant Palette . Yin and Yang The Five Elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water) The Nourishing Cycle of the Five Elements The Controlling Cycle of the Five Elements A Quick Reference for -Working with the Controlling Cycle
CHAPTER 4: Ch'i Enhancements—Romancing the Home • Art • Color • Crystals • Lighting • Living Things • Mirrors • Nature Objects • Sound Makers • Water Features • Wind Dancers
CHAPTER 5: The Front Entrance and Foyer--a Welcoming Opportunity 95 • An Entrancing Approach • A Welcoming Foyer • Upgrading All Entrances • Doubling Your Enhancements • Quick Reference Guidelines for the Front Entrance
CHAPTER 6: The Living Room—Sharing Who You Are with the World 105 • Living in Comfort and Safety • Fireplaces—the Living Hearth • Chatty Cabinets • Colors of our Lives • Controlling the Wild Electronic Beasts • Ceilings—Heaven and Earth in Place • Beams—Lightening their Load • Quick Reference Guidelines for the Living Room
CHAPTER 7: The Dining Room --Nurturing Body, Heart, and Soul 135 • Reclaiming the Ritual of Dining • A Nourishing Atmosphere • A Delicious Chair • A Savory View • Closets and Bureaus—Pockets of Plenty • The Television in the Bedroom—Who's Watching Whom? • Directional Sleeping • Master Bedrooms • Children's Bedrooms • Single People's Bedrooms • Guest Rooms • Quick Reference Guidelines for Bedrooms
CHAPTER 12: The Sanctuary—Room for the Spirit • Follow Your Bliss • Claiming Your Space • Quick Reference Guidelines for the Sanctuary
CHAPTER 13: Bathrooms—Cleansing Waters • Close the Drains or Close the Doors • Meaningful Motifs • Bathroom Bagua • Quick Reference Guidelines for Bathrooms
CHAPTER 14: Laundry Rooms and Garages—Diamonds in the Rough 213 • Quick Reference Guidelines for the Laundry Room and Garage
CHAPTER 15: Attics, Basements, and Other Storage Areas—Giving Everything a Home 219 • Enlighten Your Belongings • Quick Reference Guidelines for Storage Areas
CHAPTER 16: Hallways and Stairways--Connecting Passageways 223 • Quick Reference Guidelines for Hallways and Stairways
CHAPTER 17: Windows and Doors-- the Eyes and Mouths of the Home 229 Quick Reference Guidelines for Windows and Doors
CHAPTER 18: Cleansings and Blessings-- Bathing the Soul of Your Home • Cleaning and Cleansing First • Cleansing with the Five Elements • House Blessings
CHAPTER 19: Ch'i Replenishing Exercises- Nourishing the Ch'i Within • Sphere of Ch'i Exercise • Ch'i Movement Exercise