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Table of Contents Acknowledgments Foreword by Nancilee Wydra Introduction Section IùThe ABCÆs of Feng Shui Chapter 1ùThe Power of Feng Shui Chapter 2ùThe Big Three: Tao, Yin/Yang, Chi Chapter 3ùThe Five Elements Chapter 4ùGoals and IntentionsùTaking Charge of Your Life Chapter 5ùThe BaguaùWhatÆs Life Got to Do With It Chapter 6ùActivating the Stations of Life Section IIùHow to Evaluate What You Have Chapter 7ùGet a Good Look at What You Have Chapter 8ùTaking Inventory Chapter 9ùClearing ClutterùKeeping It Simple Is Not As Simple As It Seems Section IIIùFeng Shui Room by Room Chapter 10ùThe Room Evaluators Chapter 11ùTransitional SpacesùThe Mood-Setting Themes Chapter 12ùThe Gathering Room Chapter 13ùThe Kitchen and Eating Spaces Chapter 14ùThe To-Do RoomsùOffice/Work Areas Chapter 15ùThe Quiet RoomsùThe Bedroom and the Bathroom Chapter 16ùSpecial SituationsùFeng Shui for Entertaining, Feng Shui for Visitors, Feng Shui for ChildrenÆs Spaces Section IVùLearning by Example Chapter 17ùA Cure for Whatever Ails You Chapter 18ùClients Who Used What They Had
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Feng shui