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Christmas 2007 Hottest new Feng Shui Books

As recent as five years ago, feng shui and all its miscellaneous items used to enhance and create a more sufficient environment, flooded the market. This also includes the number of books on the subject, allowing too much choice and confusion to those interested in the practice.

The books listed below are some of the hottest on the market. They will provide enough information for those new to feng shui, and great for those who are experiences and knowledgeable about feng shui. These are the best to give as gifts for this coming Christmas.

1) Complete Idiots Guide to Feng Shui by Moran

This guide is one of the best and most comprehensive on the subject. Containing a wealth of information for beginners and experienced students on feng shui. Feng Shui for Modern Living Magazine, reviewed this book as ‘an American Masterpiece that tops the lot.’ This great book incorporates photos and diagrams that are comprehensive and useful.

2) Feng Shui Chic by Carole Swann Meltzer and David Andrusia.

This book takes Feng Shui in a completely different direction. Including helpful tips for around the home, the main content of this book is how to feng shui your body. Using tips on color and its uses, types of fabrics and designs, and how to change your accessories and hair color to influence your life. Great for those who use feng shui in their homes, but now want to personalize it more by enhancing your body, your style and your appearance.

3) Creating Sacred Space with Feng Shui by Karen Kingston

This book is highly recommended by myself to anyone interested in changing their lives. Using the common sense knowledge and use of Karen Kingston’s ideas, this book is a must for anyone. Even those not interested in feng shui elements will find the ideas outlays in this book are sensible and that they do work! With a new publication of this book and a new cover design, this is one of the greatest gifts any feng shui enthusiast will receive.

4) The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Feng Shui by Lillian Too

Brimming with practical and sensible advise, Lillian Too has released one of her best ever books on the subject. Filled with color pictures, diagrams, case history’s and examples this book will be excellent for anybody interested in Feng Shui.

The list of literature available on this ancient Chinese application is exhaustive. Above is my personal recommendations that any feng shui enthusiast will use and appreciate for Christmas 2007.