Feng Shui, which started in China in ancient times, is now being used world wide by various people to improve their lives and attract positive energy. If you want to learn more about managing your house, your office, or even your own body, here are 40 great Feng Shui books that you can read to get you started with this Chinese art form.
1. The Principles of Feng Shui
by Larry Sang
This book will be helpful if you want to know more about the core of Feng Shui. The book talks about the Yin and Yang, Ba Gua, and many other systems and components of Feng Shui.
2. Feng Shui
by Richard Craze
This book has 192 pages and is published by Collins. It discusses the guides on achieving good fortune and harmony through the use of Feng Shui. It also includes illustrated and practical tips for enhancing your home and office environment.
3. Feng Shui Your Life
by Jayme Barrett, Mary Steenburgen, Jonn Coolidge
One of the authors, Jayme Barlett is a well-known Feng Shui consultant in Beverly Hills. This book, which she has co-written with two other writers, explains the techniques she uses in creating positive energy in various spaces.
4. Feng Shui: Harmony by Design
by Nancy SantoPietro, Lin Yun
The book is an ideal source if you want to understand Feng Shui deeply. This workbook presents easy-to-follow tips on how to locate power spots in your home.
5. Feng Shui: North American Edition
by Lillian Too
The book was published in 1997 offering information on Feng Shui that is easy to understand especially for beginners.
6. Feng shui: a practical guide for architects and designers
by Vincent Smith, Barbara Lyons Stewart
The book contains history and fundamental principles of Feng Shui. It also explains on how to apply these principles in architectural setting.
7. Feng Shui: Back to Balance
by Sally Fretwell
The book has 197 pages and was published by the New World Library in 2002. It was created after Fretwell noticed increase in people’s reliance to Feng Shui. The approach of the book is fun and at the same time rational.
8. Feng Shui
by Debra Keller
The books talks about the basic definition and principle of Feng Shui. It is not recommended for serious practitioner but can be helpful for people who want to practice Feng Shui personally.
9. Feng shui
by Jon Sandifer
This 150-page compact book contains comprehensive guide to the Chinese art of geomancy. It contains in depth background information and tools you’ll be needing in your own Feng Shui.
10. Feng Shui: The Art of Living
by Rosalind Simmons
The book primarily teaches the readers about living in harmony with their surroundings.
11. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Feng Shui
by Elizabeth Moran, Val Biktashev, Joseph Yu
The book is said to be complete, yet easy to understand. Unlike most Western Feng Shui books which focus on modern Fensg Shui, this book is more about the classic.
12. Feng Shui for Skeptics: Real Solutions Without Superstition
by Kartar Diamond
Reviews said that the book is an uplifting and informative read. It conveys advanced information not usually found in other books.
13. Feng-shui: the ancient wisdom of harmonious living for modern times
by Eva Wong
This 276-page book contains complete and profound information about the traditional Chinese art of harmonization. It also has information about the early stages of Feng Shui.
14. Feng Shui and Money: A Nine-Week Program for Creating Wealth Using Ancient Principles and Techniques
by Eric Shaffert
This book has tips on increasing money and prosperity and other resources. It also teaches about the history of Feng Shui, suggestions for interior arrangements and rituals to invite good vibes.
15. Flying star Feng Shui
by Stephen Skinner
This book was released in 2002. The author Stephen Skinner is known to have popularized concepts of Feng Shui to Western readers.
16. Feng Shui So Easy a Child Can Do It
by Pat Heydlauff
This book gives out tips and pieces of advice in keeping your home sleek and organized, while crafting a peaceful atmosphere around.
17. Feng Shui Quick Guide for Home and Office: Secrets For Attracting Wealth, Harmony, and Love
by Carol Olmstead
The book contains practical approach on Fensg Shui that you can apply in your daily life. It has guidelines on how you can attract wealth, improve relationships, and clear encumber.
18. Choose the Best House for You: The Feng Shui Checklist
by Elliot Jay Tanzer
This book presents 150 problems and solutions with illustrations with checklist, so you can easily evaluate the house you are planning to acquire or lease. The checklist is contained in one chapter.
19. The Western Guide to Feng Shui
by Terah Kathryn Collinsh
The author is a Feng Shui instructor and she explains in the book the arrangements of home furniture and their effect to your life. The book also includes stories of transformation of people who applied Feng Shui in their lives.
20. The Personal Feng Shui Manual: How to Develop a Healthy and Harmonious Lifestyle by Master Lam Kam Chuen
This is a handy book that can help you interpret your behaviour and energy. It explains how you can attune your life with your surroundings to achieve harmony.
21. Lillian Too’s Easy-to-Use Feng Shui: 168 Ways to Success
by Lillian Too
This book features the different uses of Feng Shui in every aspect of your life. It contains practical information and examples on how to include Feng Shui in you life positively.
22. Feng Shui Demystified
by Clear Englebert
This book discusses about the effect of Feng Shui to your body. It also includes over a hundred pictures used to explain meanings of s person’s physical characteristics.
23. 10-minute feng shui: easy tips for every room
by Skye Alexander
This 256-page book includes guidelines on how to arrange you home’s placement so that you’ll gain better status in love, health, and finance.
24. Architect’s guide to feng shui: exploding the myth
by Cate Bramble
This book is created to aid architects in their design concepts in harmony with the ancient Chinese space arrangement.
25. Feng Shui principles for building and remodeling: creating a space that meets your needs and promotes well-being
by Nancilee Wydra, Lenore Baigelman, Lenore Weiss Baigelman
This book is helpful for both a novice and expert Feng Shui practitioner. The chapters discuss topics on lifestyle and housing style, building elements in shaping life experiences, and remedies for clutter.
26. Taoist feng shui
by Susan Levitt
This book explains how Feng Shui was developed from the Taoist astrology, the five elements and yin and yang.
27. Unmasking Feng Shui: A Christian Perspective
by Catelin Hoover
The book has 232 pages and comprehensively discusses the important elements of Feng Shui through Christian perspective.
28. Feng Shui For Architecture: How To Design, Build And Remodel To Create A Healthy And Serene Home
by Simona F. Mainini
This an easy-to-use manual for architects which serves as a guide in properly placing house elements in a particular place to achieve harmony and good fortune.
29. Feng shui chic: change your life with spirit and style
by Carole Swann Meltzer, Carole Meltzer, David Andrusia
Instead of guiding you with house Fen Shui, his book focuses on achieving harmony with your body. It contains tips on getting the right fabric for your clothes, hair color, and accessories to name a few.
30. Feng Shui in Five Minutes
by Selena Summers
This book basically teaches the readers what the good qualities of a house they are about to buy. The book gives advice from the shape of the lot to the interiors of the house.
31. Feng Shui Your Kitchen
by Sharon Stasney
This book as indicated by its title is used for improving your kitchen based on the principles of Feng Shui to achieve harmony and abundance. It also includes magnificent kitchen photos.
32. Feng Shui Facts and Myths
Published by the American Feng Shui Institute, this book offers you in-depth information on Feng Shui and Astrology.
33. Gemstone feng shui: creating harmony in home & office
by Sandra Kynes
This book helps you attract good fortune to your abode by using various gemstones. It has easy-to-follow instructions regarding 63 specific gemstones.
34. Feng Shui for the Classroom
by Debra Keller
Unlike most books which focus on house Feng Shui, this book is geared toward providing guidelines for classrooms to become a better environment for the teacher and the students. It has 96 pages discussing on creating an energized atmosphere in classroom
35. Bedroom feng shui
by Clear Englebert
This book is dedicated for bedroom Feng Shui. It provides information on bed locations, seven things to consider in your bedroom, and even managing your closet.
36. Feng Shui Chic: Stylish Designs for Harmonious Living
by Sharon Stasney
This book will teach you what color, shape and texture to use to invite positive energy. It is easy-to-understand and good for beginners in Feng Shui.
37. The Everything Feng Shui Decluttering Book:Simplify Your Environment and Your Life
by Katina Z. Jones
This book will help you manage your clutter to help you improve your emotional and spiritual well-being. It has tips on identifying clutter and letting go of stuff to achieve a better storage and space.
38. The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to Feng Shui
by Stephanie Roberts
This illustrated book on Feng Shui will help you make the most of chi outside and inside your home. The author gives the readers instructions on better room arrangements for a balanced and prosperous life.
39. Feng Shui for Abundance
by David Daniel Kennedy
This book doesn’t only focus on managing your exterior environment, but gives tips in helping you improve your habits and attitude to achieve abundance.
40. Negotiate with feng shui: enhance your skills in diplomacy, business, and relationships
by Jose Armilla
Unlike most books which deal with designing your house and office in accordance with Feng Shui, Armilla’s book is bound to help you with your day-to-day negotiations through Feng Shui. It has tips on choosing the right time and date in buying a car or house to get positive results as well.