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Awarded Best How-To Book 2010. The first Feng Shui book that shows how to use the power of practical Feng Shui one day at a time, throughout the seasons. Feng Shui Master Practitioner Carol M. Olmstead reveals how to attract wealth, find love, create family harmony, improve your career. The book includes a day-by-day calendar of 366 quick tips for home and office and a unique monthly clutter-clearing guide. The author includes powerful success stories from her clients across the country to show how real people made simple changes with big results. Carol Olmstead has taught thousands the simple secrets of using Feng Shui throughout the adventures and misadventures of real life, and now she shares these secrets with you. This book is a must-have for anyone who thought Feng Shui was too confusing, too New Age, or too complicated to use everyday. Includes illustrations, index of Feng Shui tips, and a glossary of common Feng Shui terms. *Southwest Book Design Award 2010. *Best How-To Book 2010
- Paperback: 296 pages
- Publisher: Feng Shui Multimedia; First edition (January 1, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0981573509
- ISBN-13: 978-0981573502
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
A Feng Shui Original
I used to be a Feng Shui consultant; I’m now retired. I read about this new book and thought it would be a good one to brush up my Feng Shui with. (I already have about 50 books on Feng Shui.) I was very pleased to find that this was not just a re-hash of all the other books. It is a really good synopsis of the important points in Feng Shui, in a style that is easy to understand and apply. The author as done us all a real service in writing this one.
Feng Shui for Real Life
I like Carol Olmstead’s Feng Shui Quick Guide. The book is arranged in a very friendly manner. All unfamilliar words and principles are clearly and concisely explained in short chapters. By focusing on “The Five Power Principles” of Feng Shui, the book flows in an orderly fashion through the basics. Bulletted lists, charts and drawings help the visual learner solidify the concepts of Chi, The Five Elements, the areas of the Bagua and Yin and Yang. Smart Lady, Ms. Olmstead dedicates Part Three of her Five-Part book to Clearing Clutter, an under-acknowledged topic in 3/4 of Feng Shui books out there today. Part Four (my favorite) provides an entire year of daily feng shui tips. Just when you thought you knew it all, Carol comes in with fresh ideas and insights that will keep you going back to the book all year long! Dispersed throughout are snippets from the personal lives of Carol’s clients and their glowing success stories. This book sounds like Pyramid Feng Shui to me, but Olmstead does not refer to it as such. She kindly provides an overview of different feng shui schools and terms her version “Feng Shui for Real Life.” Fun and inspiring, you’ll probably want to read this one more than once. Two thumbs up…
Fairly Simple explanations and Tips. Good start for Begineers looking to improve Living.
Tips n Tricks mentioned in the book are fairly well. I balanced the color combinations in my living room just as a test. Worked fairly well. The Living space is much more inviting than before.
I have several books on Feng Shui and I like this one very much. The author’s writing is uncomplicated, yet thorough. I ordered 2 of these books-one for my daughter as well. This is a perfect book for someone who has just become interested Feng Shui or someone who has already been practicing.
She’s amazing. Also has a blog and monthly newsletter
She’s amazing. Also has a blog and monthly newsletter. As knowledgeable as I am about
Wonderful book easy to read and understand – quite helpful.
This is a great book.
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