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Even More Stories and Lessons on Feng Shui

Even More Stories and Lessons on Feng Shui

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出版日期:2008/07/01
出版:Joey Yap / Joey Yap Research Group
作者:Joey Yap
語言:英文
頁數:310
產品類型:電子書
檔案格式:EPUB(適合手機)

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內容簡介

Back by Even More Popular Demand

The third follow-up to Joey Yap’s bestselling Stories and Lessons series explores even more interesting accounts and witty anecdotes to present a casual and light-hearted approach to Chinese Metaphysics. From Feng Shui to Date Selection, and from cracking the BaZi of a famous author to analysing the opening dates of Hollywood blockbusters; no particular terrain is off limits to Joey.

What You`ll Learn
The issues and concerns surrounding the practice of the ancient art of Feng Shui in modern times.
A 'behind-the-scenes' look at a typical Feng Shui audit for the home.
Simple ways to get started in the practice of Feng Shui application.
An explanation of the power and effectiveness of proper Date Selection.

章節目錄

Chapter Six: Objects and the Ever-Popular 'Put Theory'
Find out why 'putting certain objects in certain sector' is irrelevant.

Chapter Thirteen: Old Practice in New Era
An interesting study on how the ancient art of Feng Shui adapts itself in today's modern society.

Chapter Nineteen: A Room With Burj-Eye View
The Burj Al Arab may be a magnificent sight to behold, but does its Feng Shui live up to its breathtaking façade?

Chapter Twenty-three: Ahoy Spidey, Dates Do Count!
We find that a good date might be essential to open a Hollywood movie - in a big way.

Chapter Thirty: Breaking the Dan Brown Code
You may have read The Da Vinci Code, but when it comes to breaking the author's Destiny Code, this chapter may be what you need.

Chapter Thirty-one: The Top Unwanted Five of Feng Shui
We look into the five features you DON'T want to see in your house. Count them down in this section.

作者介紹

Dato’ Joey Yap is the celebrated and global bestselling author with more than 172 books published and counting. His literary work has been translated and published in every continent of the world, making it to the local best sellers list on numerous occasions and has sold more than 4,200,000 copies. Some of the bestsellers published have also earned The Merit Award from The Asean Book Publisher Association.

In 2008, he was listed by The Malaysian Tatler as the Top 300 Most Influential People in Malaysia and Prestige’s Top 40 Under 40. In recognition of his contribution to the industry, society and country, Joey was conferred the Darjah Indera Mahkota Pahang (DIMP), a prestigious award which carries the official title of Dato’ in 2013. In 2014, he was named as one of The Inspiring Top 10 Young Malaysian Millionaires by RHA Media, a publication on the high achievers and affluent societies in Malaysia.

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