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Paperback: 192 pages Publisher: Tuttle Publishing (2006) Language: English ISBN-10: 0804837589 ISBN-13: 978-0804837583 Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.2 x 7.8 inches Shipping Weight: 8 ounces

Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing (2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0804837589
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804837583
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces

Customer Reviews

An oldie but goodie

 on June 1, 2014
By bandazar
If you’ve read Steven Skinner’s books on feng shui, you know that you will get a lot of detail and history on the subject. It’s like someone that took research notes on the subject and jotted them down in an organized manner into a book. This is not a book for the casual feng shui practitioner, nor can I saw that there are a lot of advanced formulas in here. And of course, like all feng shui books that I’ve read, some of the information in here could be contradictory to what other books say, or even a little incomplete (Lillian Too in particular, considers both the facing and sitting direction of a house important, while this book tends to emphasize the sitting direction). The location of certain objects (like fireplaces, bathrooms, etc) don’t seem to take in account the flying star system as it is not included in here. But even without including such systems, there are some concepts that are left out so that you would not want to rely just on this book if you were trying to do some interior design based on feng shui.

Solid book, but dated with sparse info

 on May 23, 2016
By MysticJaguar
This is a classic text. Likely breakthrough for it’s time. However, there is not a lot of solid information here. Generally it’s unlikely to be able to learn Chinese geomancy from a book. But this is a good place to start. Needs updating with more diagrams, photos, etc.

Five Stars

 on January 2, 2017
By Timothy R. O'Hanlon
All of Skinner’s books are among the best in the genre.

Just the basics.

 on September 5, 2017
By Amazon Customer
Not really anything new. Just basic stuff but I do like Stephen Skinner’s work

The real Feng Shui – its origins and practice

 on April 3, 2007
By Wordsmith
If this is a reprint or revised edition of Stephen Skinner’s original book of the same name – published in 1982 by Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd – then the reader is in for a special treat. I learned the principles of Feng Shui from a Chinese friend in the 1980s. Most of my instruction came in the form of gestures and drawings, as she spoke little English and I understood no Chinese. To augment what I considered a fascinating introduction to ancient principles little known in the U.S. at that time, I turned to the best (British) book I could find – Stephen Skinner’s “The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui.”