Lillian Too’s 168 Feng Shui Ways To Declutter Your Home
By Lillian Too; Sterling Publishing Company Inc.
I have read many feng shui books in the last several years. The books are basically the same.They address the layout of your home, the chi and the bagua. They tell you what are bad aspects and give a few brief ideas you can use to ‘fix’ what is obstructing the flow of chi in your life. Then you are left on your own. This book is very different. After a brief introduction where we meet the author and learn about her philosophy toward life in general and feng shui in particular, we are plunged right into a long list of very practical ways to balance our lives and clear up our chi.
There are eight chapters each focusing on a different aspect of home and life. As the reader progresses throughout the book, lessons with very practical and easy to follow exercises are explained in detail. The reader learns what to do, where to do it and, the piece so often missing from other books, why to do it. The book covers clearing clutter from both the physical and spiritual planes.
You can open this book at just about any place to receive the full benefit of one of the 168 feng shui tips. They are clearly written, easy to follow and colorfully illustrated with diagrams and photographs. There are tips that enact rituals and there are tips for your body as well as mind. I think this book would be a welcome addition to any Pagan home, whether you have ever ventured into Feng shui before or not. As an example; Number 158 and Number 159 detail Empowerment from trees and Channeling energy from their roots. What could be more Pagan?