Your garden is your first and best opportunity to create positive energy for your home. Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens is the complete guide to landscaping your garden, from use of natural features on your property to the selection and placement of plants. Here are simple, easy-to-implement solutions to invite good energy into your home, balance your home in its surroundings and protect it from harsh or threatening energies.
In Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens, a follow-up to his best-selling Feng Shui for Hawaii (Watermark, 2008), Englebert offers simple solutions and, unlike many other feng shui guides, provides multiple options to correct a problem. "In and of itself, feng shui is not an aesthetic art," he says. "An ugly presentation can still be technically correct from a feng shui standpoint. With this book, I hope to guide you in creating a beautiful and traditionally correct garden."
Color photographs and easy-to-comprehend line drawings illustrate key concepts throughout. Includes detailed lists of plants suited for specific purposes with example photographs of numerous specimens.
Praise for Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens:
A garden enthusiast's look at how to preserve respect in your Hawaiian garden by applying a few time-honored principles. A lot of the advice in this book is practical and some of it is aesthetic, but all of it is worth taking. —Made Wijaya, landscape artist, Tropical Garden Design
"Whether you have only a balcony or many acres to work with, the details and plant lists are invaluable for all gardeners."—Angi Ma Wong, Feng Shui Dos and Taboos
Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens guides the reader on placement of water features, lighting, statuary and furniture, as well as favorite fragrant, colorful and edible plants that attract the good chi of birds and butterflies. An excellent resource for all tropical gardening."—Jami Lin, founder, Feng Shui Home Study Mastery Program, Feng Shui Today
"Filled with practical, easy-to-use recommendations and illustrated with beautiful color photographs, Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens is the perfect guide for anyone who wants to live and work in a space surrounded by Nature's own beauty. This book is definitely an important addition to my library and I will continually refer to it for my feng shui consultations!"—Master R.D. Chin, feng shui architect, Feng Shui Revealed
"This clear, specific how-to guide is certain to help locals and designers make Hawaii even more visually stunning and energetically sound than it already is." —Karen Rauch Carter, landscape architect, Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life
"As one would hope from a book on gardening, this book is beautifully and abundantly illustrated with many useful resources and ideas to guide you every step of the way."—Elliot Jay Tanzer, Choose the Best House for You: The Feng Shui Checklist
"Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens is a lush application of feng shui in tropical latitudes. The plethora of pertinent images, plants, garden settings and diagrams—each worth an easy thousand words—expands the understanding of the positive uses of feng shui with an artistic touch. The feng shui principles, the same everywhere, are simply explained, amply illustrated and presented with serene sense."—Johndennis Govert, Feng Shui: Art and Harmony of Place
"Thoughtfully written, magnificently illustrated. Even if you don't have a Hawaiian garden, you'll want this book for the sheer pleasure of reading it and enjoying its beauty. A must-have for any feng shui or garden devotee!"—Kirsten Lagatree, Feng Shui: Arranging Your Home to Change Your Life
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A nationally acclaimed feng shui teacher and consultant, Clear Englebert is also the author of the best-selling books Feng Shui for Hawaii, Feng Shui Demystified and Bedroom Feng Shui.
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Descripción Watermark Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1935690159
Descripción Watermark Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 216 pages. 8.90x7.00x1.00 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 1935690159
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Descripción Watermark Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB1935690159