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The Feng Shui Diaries : The Meanderings of a Feng Shui Man in the Year of the Wood Rooster, Paperback / softback Book

The Feng Shui Diaries : The Meanderings of a Feng Shui Man in the Year of the Wood Rooster Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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"The Feng Shui Diaries" are an account of the activities of Richard Ashworth, one of Britain's very few feng shui men: touching, informative, and very funny.

They cover the human stories of why people call him in and what changes as a result.

In his own words; "Sometimes I move a mirror, sometimes furniture.

Usually I place water very precisely. Generally, I talk a lot. Stuckness, depression, addiction, ovarian cysts, infertility, lack of success are all grist to the mill, but above all, relationships: Moira wanted to be free of her ex-husband.

I suggested the first step might be to stop sleeping with him.

The house was full of shields and discs, yang metal symbols that in Chinese terms mean "mature man".

Simply putting these on e-bay would move mountains." "The Feng Shui Diaries" shows how feng shui works for ordinary people in ordinary situations.

There is nothing intimidating or inexplicable about it. And even if you don't follow the practice, they're a good laugh.

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  • Format:Paperback / softback
  • Pages:200 pages
  • Publisher:John Hunt Publishing
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  • ISBN:9781846940170

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  • Format:Paperback / softback
  • Pages:200 pages
  • Publisher:John Hunt Publishing
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  • ISBN:9781846940170

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