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Feng Shui Books

Find Feng Shui books for everyone from beginners to Feng Shui masters. This site lists the bestselling Feng Shui books from most of the top authors, please follow the links below or use the search box to find a specific Feng Shui book. The Feng Shui books listed on this page are recommended by the Webmaster of FengShuiArtwoks.com

Feng Shui Books Listed Alphabetically

A Master Course in Feng-Shui by Eva Wong

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5 stars

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Serious book not for the dilettante or the weak-hearted
I started reading this book after reading Principles of Feng Shui by Larry Sang because I am seriously interested in the history of Feng Shui as a methodology for living harmoniously with the environment. Any serious reader will want to read this book and do the exercises to get a better understanding of geomancy and the way alignment can be a metaphor for spiritual and emotional "alignment" as well as moral and social.

Dilettantes and wannabes who are interested only in interior decorating or furniture placement need not apply. They should check out interior decorating books instead.

I would recommend this book highly to anyone who is interested in truly learning about Feng Shui, the historical and authentic practice and not the watered-down, dumbed-down New Agey version of crystals and charms.

Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room (Feng Shui)

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5 stars

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - The BEST First book to read on Feng Shui
This is the first book I read about Feng Shui. I found I really enjoyed Collin's breezy style of writing, but more than that, after reading 10 other books on Feng Shui, I can honestly say this is the best book out there for the beginner Feng Shui reader.

Collins goes over all the Feng Shui basics in this book - the bagua, enhancements, colors, the five-element theory (nourishing and destructive cycles), etc. She then goes on with the theories of each Room beyond the bagua (such as that bathrooms are watery, etc, and how to prevent them from being overly watery). I found this very helpful. I also enjoyed how Collins had affirmations for each gua and each room. The affirmations, for example, for the bathroom, involve letting go of toxic thoughts and emotions.

This book is also full of photos, both black and white and color, that are really helpful in allowing you to see what the author means when she gives an example of good or bad Feng Shui. The photographs are really gorgeous, too, and simply make the examples stand out really well!

After reading this book, I went back and read her book, "The Western Guide to Feng Shui", but didn't enjoy it nearly as much. It doesn't has the photographs, the writing is stilted, and she doesn't go into as much detail with enhancements and color theory as she does in this book. If you had to choose which book to start with, start with "The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room by Room"! Simply the best First book to read about Feng Shui!

Lillian Too's Basic Feng Shui

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5 stars

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Lillian Too's Basic Feng Shui
Well written in an easy to understand format. Excellent for introduction into Feng Shui. Makes me want to learn more.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - easily Lillian's best book TOO !
BASIC Feng Shui is definitely the BEST of Lillian Too's books. It is exceptionally well laid out, efficiently organized and very simple. The book is tight, succinct and to the point. It is so captivating that this is the first non fiction book I could not put down. I read it all in ONE sitting and want to say it is a GREAT book !

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