Order Your Copy Today! Many people buy a home with one eye on the Feng Shui of the property. But how do you know if you are assessing the property correctly? How can you be certain that you are buying a property based on proper Feng Shui principles, not age-old superstition or old wives' tales? International Feng Shui consultant and Master Trainer Joey Yap shares the dos and don'ts when it comes to Feng Shui inside a property in Feng Shui for Homebuyers - Interior. This companion to Feng Shui for Homebuyers - Exterior explains what are the positive and negative Feng Shui features that homebuyers should look out for inside a property during the homebuying process. How do you select a property that has good Interior Feng Shui? What should you prioritise when screening the interior of a house, from a Feng Shui perspective? How important are the location of toilets? Docolours affect the Feng Shui of a property? Does it matter that the house does not face your personal auspicious direction? Complete with colour illustrations, photographs and house plans, Feng Shui for Homebuyers - Interior helps you to screen the interior Feng Shui of a house and evaluate if the Feng Shui is favourable or unfavourable, through simple observation of the forms within a property. With the information in this book, you can avoid purchasing properties that require costly renovations to rectify internal Feng Shui flaws, select property with good interior Feng Shui and understand what is important and what is not important when it comes to Feng Shui inside the house. In this book: Learn how to use Forms Feng Shui to evaluate the interior of a property Find out what matters when it comes to Interior Feng Shui Fully illustrated with helpful diagrams, floor plans and pictures to help you screen houses An excellent introductory guide to Feng Shui for real-estate agents, architects and interior designers Practical Walk Through section to guide you through the process of screening the interior of a house An excellent introduction to the salient aspects of Feng Shui for Real-Estate Agents, Architects and YOU for an improved Feng Shui living environment. Who Should Buy This Book? This book is suitable for beginners and enthusiasts who wish to screen the Feng Shui of homes for both existing or prior to purchase properties. Architects, interior decorators and other professionals who are involved in home improvement businesses will also find this book especially handy, in regards to the current growing awareness of Feng Shui among clients and customers. With this book with its rich illustrations to augment the simple explanations of otherwise complex topics one will be able to grasp the basic know-how of conducting a thoroughly sound Feng Shui audit on any premise. The step-by-step approach of this book will also prove a boon for beginners and aficionados about to embark upon their serious study into Classical Feng Shui.
Joey Yap is the founder of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics, a global organization devoted to the teaching of Feng Shui, BaZi, Mian Xiang and other Chinese Metaphysics subjects. He is also the Chief Consultant of Yap Global Consulting, an international consulting firm specialising in Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology services and audits.
Joey Yap is the bestselling author of over 30 books on Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, Face Reading and Yi Jing, many of which have topped the Malaysian and Singaporean MPH bookstores' bestseller lists.
Thousands of students from all around the world have learnt and mastered Classical Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, and other Chinese Metaphysics subjects through Joey's structured learning programs, books and online training. Joey Yap's courses are currently taught by over 30 instructors worldwide.
Every year Joey conducts his 'Feng Shui and Astrology' seminar to a crowd of more than 3500 people at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. He also takes this annual seminar on a world tour to Frankfurt, San Francisco, New York, Toronto, London, Sydney and Singapore.
In addition to being a regular guest on various radio and TV shows, Joey has also written columns for The New Straits Times ...