Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese art of organising your home and workspace to improve your health and wealth, continues to feature strongly in books, magazines and on television, but not many people know of its equally ancient counterpart, Wrong Shui.
Rohan Candappa has spent many years studying the principles of Wrong Shui at the feet of a master and now shares his knowledge with us.
In "The Little Book of Wrong Shui", he continues his mission to point out how we add stress and disharmony to our lives.
Helpful advice includes how to encourage conversation at dinner parties by always having one fewer chair than there are quests; ensuring that your front door is always positioned at the edge of your house, not in the middle; and attracting visitors to your home by placing your stereo, video and computer equipment where they can be seen from the road.
What "The Little Book of Stree" did for Paul Wilson, "The Little book of Wrong Shui" will do for Lillian Too - it is a perfect read for all those who suspect that Feng Shui is just a load of old proverbs. So, throw away your baguas and forget your wind chimes - "The Little Book of Wrong Shui" will show you exactly how to misplace your wealth area, destroy relationships and flush all your money down the toilet.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 160 pages
- Publisher: Ebury Publishing
- Publication Date: 01/04/1999
- Category: Popular psychology
- ISBN: 9780091869762