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Feng Shui (pronounced feng schway)

Abstract: (20pp)For centuries, the Chinese have been using Feng Shui to create harmonious living environments that promote well-being (Rossbach 3). When man aligns himself with the natural forces of good energy he will experience good fortune, however, if man aligns himself with disturbing energy, he will be met with misfortune. The Chinese feel that the art of Feng Shui goes beyond mystical interior design, and is based on the placement of fixtures as well as the necessity of fitting in ones environment and the positive vibrations that one receives as a result of that balance. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Filename: BBfengsh.doc.

Pages: 20


Subcatagory: Art From Ancient Cultures

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