Flying Star Feng Shui by Stephen Skinner (2002-12-01)

Flying Star Feng Shui by Stephen Skinner

  • Title: Flying Star Feng Shui by Stephen Skinner (2002-12-01)
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    1. MickelHermes

      I just received the book and as the reviews say this is not for the casual reader, this book is as close to the real deal that westerners will get

    2. SMG

      Wow! Where to begin. Forget everything you thought you knew about Feng Shui and dig deep into flying star.It's tricky even with this great book but you'll be glad you invested the time to relearn any possible myths and possible bad Feng Shui habits.What I like best about this book is learning how the way the Chinese measure time different from the western world and how that shifts every thing you think you know about Feng Shui.I've possibly read about 25 Feng Shui books cover to cover and I thin [...]

    3. Sadee Whip

      I am 5 chapters in and have perused the whole book. I wanted to learn Flying Star Feng Shui and this book is proving to be an excellent introduction. It is packed with information and while it seems a bit cumbersome at times I think this has more to do with how much there is to this system than lack of elegant organizing/editing.The author makes it very clear that you will gain a great foundation from this book and also that you can spend a lifetime studying this so the expectations are realisti [...]

    4. caliartist

      I've been classically trained and a practitioner for years but this book is so comprehensive that I've gained a deeper understanding of flying stars and how to interpret them. I think it's likely a bit more than the uninitiated can comprehend, but a fabulous resource for those who have prior training in Feng Shui and flying stars.

    5. Michael Dorr Frann

      The book has a very lucid protocol with copious tables and enlightening background explanations including important historical developments. There are 3000 characters in the Chinese alphabet which emphasizes the utility of historical examples, etc.

    6. Alice

      This isn't the easiest book to either read or understand, but there's an incredibly amount of information packed into a relatively small book.I don't think this is a very good first book for Feng Shui, but it's a great great library addition! I too would recommend The Idiot's Guide to Feng Shui for a first introduction. THEN buy this book, as it adds to it by quite a bit.I wish there were a stronger focus on remedies, I have yet to find a feng shui book that covers all the potential remedies for [...]

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