Feng Shui: Truths, Myths & Misconceptions

It’s finally here!  The e-book  Feng Shui:  Truths, Myths & Misconceptions by Dr. Shan-Tung Hsu and me has finally been published.  This book is really just as the title says.

It began with my pestering Dr. Hsu with all the questions I had from reading about feng shui on the internet and various feng shui books published in English.  Many had various mathematical formulas, others had complicated astrological charts and some had a system of dividing a house into sections.   Included were quite a few contradicting statements.  Furthermore, there seemed to be very little consistency or logic to many of the statements made from these sources.    Some of the authors were also self-taught or never mentioned where they found their information.  Of course I was confused and skeptical!  Then I realized that I wasn’t the only one that was confused.  Many people were.

This book is the result of Dr. Hsu’s deep and vast knowledge and experience of Chinese philosophy and culture.  He continues to travel to China at least six times a year, consulting with many firms and temples.  It is also a result of his patience , guidance and humbleness, to help us understand how we can see things in life from a very different perspective, an qi energy perspective.

 

Table of Contents:

  • Foreword
  • Chapter 1:  The Definition, History and Concepts of Feng Shui
  • Chapter 2:  General Feng Shui Q & A
  • Chapter 3  Feng Shui for Home and Office
  • Chapter 4: Feng Shui Gadgets and Myths
  • Chapter 5:  Schools of Feng Shui
  • Epilogue
  • Glossary of Classical Philosophical Concepts Used in Feng Shui
  • About the Authors
  • Acknowledgments

At this time, we don’t have a physical book,  instead it is an e-book.  It can be downloaded at MyBookOrders.com for any portable device, or your computer for just $9.99 .   For more detailed instructions please click here or click on the Books tab button above.  If you wish to send it to someone as a gift, you may do so on the Amazon site.

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Thank you everyone for your continued support!  Mahalo and Arigato!

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