More Stories and Lessons on Feng Shui by Joey Yap
Back By Popular Demand
The sequel to the bestselling Stories and Lessons on Feng Shui continues where the first left off - with more stories and more lessons on daily Feng Shui fixtures. If you couldn't put down the first book, try parting with the second one. Written in light-hearted and candid manner, this book is a must-read addition to any Feng Shui or book-loving enthusiast's library!
What You'll Learn:
- A better and more resolute understanding of what Classical Feng Shui is and isn't about
- How to differentiate between fact and myth when it comes to the usage of symbols, objects and numbers
- How Classical Feng Shui is applied in real-life situations and audits
- A useful insights into other branches of Chinese Metaphysics such as BaZi (Destiny Analysis), Mian Xiang (Face Reading) and Yi Jing (The Science of Probability)
Chapter Five: Master, Show Me The Money
It takes more than just a bulging wallet to define 'wealth'.
Chapter Ten: Where's The Beef?
A real-life case study on the Feng Shui of a popular eatery in the heart of Kuala Lumpur - Soo Kee Mee Stall. A delicious revelation at the end.
Chapter Eleven: What You Should Ask Your Consultant
Know what you should - and should not - ask your Feng Shui consultant, especially if you have yet to hire one.
Chapter Thirteen: Scary Sha Qi
Explore the line between the facts and the mindless fear associated with Sha Qi.
Chapter Sixteen: Feng Shui For Apartment Buyers
Draws up the dos and don'ts when it comes to selecting and living in a towering unit.
Chapter Eighteen: Of Pigtails and Eccentricity
A BaZi case-study on Nina Wang to uncover the traits that gave birth to her eccentricity… and of course, her world-famous pigtails.
- Stories and Lessons on Feng Shui Series
- Published in:
- June 2007