The ancient discipline of Feng Shui, which has its roots in Tao, Yi King, astrology and Chinese medicine, aims to re-establish harmony inside the home. A house can engender a state of malaise and stress in its inhabitants when it has not been arranged according to the principles of circulation of chi, the universal energy linking living creatures with things. By adjusting our living spaces according to Feng Shui principles, we can have a beneficial effect on the energy currents which circulate. This reference guide provides the tools for understanding the art of Feng Shui and putting it into practice. First, the author expands the basic notions such as chi, the five Chinese elements, the yin and yang and the Bagua, before going on to explain how these notions can be applied within a Western cultural context: the main energy centres of the house, the psychological function of each room, how it should be furnished, how to choose the right colours, what techniques to apply when it is impossible to completely refurnish, what we should avoid putting in the house... This book also shows us how the practice of Feng Shui can result in positive transformations in our emotional and spiritual life. "Feng Shui can help us to enhance, day by day, our sense of equilibrium and well-being based on internal peace."