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 Looking Up, Looking Down

Looking Up, Looking Down

Guide to Classical Feng Shui

Reni Aleksandra Hagen

Quick Overview

An easy-to-use guide to applying feng shui in your home to improve your energy levels, your surroundings and your world view. Explaining the underlying principles, then how to treat each room, and how to achieve balance, this excellent advice from a classically trained feng shui consultant will bring ancient Eastern wisdom into your living room.
Published by Singing Dragon
2018, Paperback / softback, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 192pp
ISBN: 978-1-84819-398-7

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Description

A fascinating, helpful exploration of the underlying principles of the ancient Chinese discipline of feng shui, with clear and useful recommendations for improving domestic and work environments, the book is grounded in classical Chinese knowledge.

One of the cornerstones of the traditional Chinese holistic view of health, feng shui assesses, diagnoses and adjusts the house in relation to the person living in it. The author explains the key universal principles upon which feng shui is based, and the deep relationship between ourselves, our houses and our surroundings. She explains how a classical trained consultant would proceed analysing your house, how to think about each room in your house, and provides practical advice on what to do and what to avoid.

With many real life illustrations, the book gives the reader a fundamental understanding of what classical feng shui does, and how to begin to think practically about improving life circumstances.

Reviews

'Classical feng shui is an ancient Chinese cosmological, geographical, and architectural art which, for thousands of years, has been crafted towards optimizing one's life. In Looking Up, Looking Down, Reni Hagen offers wonderful tips and helpful examples to explain this ancient art. I am sure the authentic feng shui teachings in this book will inspire many to take steps towards a happier, healthier and more prosperous life!'
- Master Zhongxian Wu, lifelong Daoist practitioner and author of 12 books (5 in Chinese) on Chinese wisdom traditions

Authors

By (author): Reni Aleksandra Hagen
Translated by: Peter Graves