Feng shui is pronounced fung shway and it means wind/water. It is the part of ancient Chinese Taoism that is concerned with how objects affect energy and how that energy affects your life. It has survived four millennia because it actually works. Feng shui isn't something you have to take on faith. If done correctly, it can prove itself to anyone. Some aspects of feng shui seem like common sense, while others seem like total superstition. There are about as many different kinds of feng shui as there are kinds of Christianity.
Even though feng shui came from the East, and partakes of those philosophies, it is very much concerned with universal energetics. It is wise to education yourself as to how energy flows and to know how the things around you are influencing you.
This new edition of Feng Shui Demystified is greatly revised from the original book to include more situations, more solutions, and more success stories. One of the most useful new sections to this edition is the Checklist for Moving. Also, please note that this new edition has fewer pages than the earlier book. That's to save paper and trees. There are lots more words, just less white space.
Published: 23rd January 2010