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101 Feng Shui Tips Ebook

Feng Shui, literally meaning 'wind water', is the ancient Chinese art of placement based upon a philosophy of the movement of chi or natural energy through our environments. By following the patterns of nature, a practitioner will advise on the placement of everything from an individual object in the home or workplace to the positioning of a building upon property. Feng Shui shows us how to support the flow of energy in our lives to augment health and prosperity. Learn valuable tips on how to use Feng Shui to enhance your life and aspirations.
  

101 Feng Shui Tips Ebook



                       




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