According to Chinese culture, vital energy permeates the entirety of the universe. “Yin” and “yang” are opposing yet complementary elements. The goal is to reconcile our vital energy with that of our surroundings. Our collection of PDF-formatted feng shui literature focuses on this specific topic. You must study this philosophy and method of organization if you wish to fill your spaces with harmony, happiness, and prosperity.
Similarly to numerous Chinese disciplines, philosophies, and practices, feng shui dates back millennia. Originally, it involved the study of climatic, astrological, and natural variations and how they affected “qi,” or vital energy. Later, the concept was applied to creating harmony in spaces by using specific elements that facilitate the natural circulation of energy. Our feng shui literature will teach you more about its application and fundamentals.
Feng shui is defined as the oriental philosophy and practice that investigates the flow of vital energy (“qi”) and whose primary goal is to achieve its balance through the arrangement, distribution, and decoration of everyday spaces such as the office and residence.
There are numerous facets of Feng Shui to consider, so researching them all requires time and effort. It considers the presence of the four classical elements (fire, air, water, and earth), colorimetry, the bagua map (orientation according to all the cardinal points), and the geometry and arrangement of all objects.
This section of our virtual library contains more than 15 feng shui books in PDF format, all of which are downloadable to your electronic devices.
1) Feng Shui : A Qualitative Approach To Healthcare Design
2) Recovering the Sense and Essence of Place: The Eastern Practice of Feng shui and its Role in Western Architecture
Kelly Wai Ying Lam
3) The Art of Feng Shui in the Specialty Retail Environment (Presentation)
Beth Cochran, Susan Hayward
4) Office Facts, Ergonomics and Feng Shui
5) Feng Shui Step by Step (Presentation)
Nancy C. Canestaro
6) Feng Shui for the Work Place….. & Every Place
7) Applying Feng Shui Principles to Interior Design
Dr. Hani Khalil Farran
8) Urban Project Site Auspicious Feng Shui Analysis
Chao-Tai Hu, Chiwan Hsieh
9) Scientific Feng Shui Design for Wellbeing – How to Combine the HUman With the Environment
10) Village Feng Shui Forests as Forms of Cultural and Ecological Heritage
Jianling Chen, Weiming Lin, Yaoqi Zhang
11) A Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place: The Application of Feng Shui to Hotels
12) Feng Shui: An Alternative Framework for Complexity in Design
Michael Y. MAK and S. Thomas NG
13) Sustainable Design and Feng Shui: A Case Study of an Office Building in Sydney
Mak, M.Y., Ge, J.X.
14) Architectural examination on Feng Shui Bedroom
Chen Wang, Wan Thing Hong, Hamzah Abdul-Rahman
15) Feng Shui in Modern House Design Searching for the Rationale and Possible Impacts Assessment (Article)
Gunawan Tanuwidjaja, Linda Octavia
16) Feng Shui: The Shape of Five Elements of Low Ti Kok Mansion (Article)
Chong Kai Zhen, & Azizi Bahauddin
17) Feng Shui Architecture (Article)
18) How to Feng Shui your Bedroom (Article)
19) Fengshuipc (Article)
20) Feng Shui and Color (Article)