Symbolism is a very important and integral part of feng shui practice. Symbols of good fortune are incorporated into many decorative objects we display in homes and offices and knowing their meanings adds depth and substance to the practice. The symbolism of shapes and colors also adds hidden dimensions to our practice in the same way that the elements add strength to the chi energy we live with.
This book explains the meanings of different objects and describes how they can be used to improve and activate homes and offices. The idea is to create centers of auspicious energy to attract good fortune into all the important corners and rooms of the home. Correctly displaying powerful symbols can be a swift catalyst for good fortune to manifest. There are also different Protective Guardians that can be used to dispel bad luck. These protect residents from encountering illness, accidents, and misfortune.
This book is indispensable to any feng shui enthusiast’s library, with full-color illustrations and in-depth references on all the most popular good fortune symbols. Read it from cover to cover or use it as an easy-to-navigate encyclopedia. Learn what brings prosperity luck, what causes improved health, what can help attract love and romance, and what brings continuous success. Welcome to the world where the practice of feng shui is not only easy, fun, and inspiring but where great results manifest quickly and effectively.
About the Author:
Lillian Too, a Harvard graduate, is currently based in Malaysia where she heads her own publishing and investment company. She is an internationally acknowledged authority on Feng Shui and a popular speaker on the subject. She has written and published eighteen best-selling books including The Complete Illustrated Guide to Feng Shui, Lillian Too’s Feng Shui Kit, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Feng Shui, and the Feng Shui Fundamental series of books. She is married and has one daughter.