Strange But True: Tales of Feng Shui

Author(s): Danny Thorn


A collection of stories about classical Chinese feng shui and its practice, as told by Danny Thorn, New Zealand's only full-time feng shui consultant. Many, of these tales are set in New Zealand, his home, and reflect the insights he has gained in close to twenty years of studying the feng shui of this country. Answers to questions such as why so many Asian immigrants favoured Auckland's eastern suburbs like Howick; why for twenty years the Onehunga pedestrian Mall never worked and is now so successful. Others are a reflection of his extensive travels and his feng shui work as it takes him to locations as widely disparate as Europe, the South Pacific, Asia and the Americas; Amazonia in particular. Danny Thorn is one of very few feng shui consultants to work regularly in Amazonia and several stories reflect his work in this exotic locale. Others are told for the first time and, as such, reveal aspects of the feng shui of not only New Zealand but Rarotonga, Brazil and Haiti never before told. Several focus on aspects of classical Chinese feng shui that may well be surprising for the reader.
For anyone familiar with the basics of classical Chinese feng shui, the principles of feng shui on which the stories are based will be familiar. For those to whom feng shui is new however, the stories here may well begin to reveal something of what this time-honoured study is founded on. All are thought provoking.


Available Stock:

Order this Item

Add to Wishlist

Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9780473232917
  • : Danny Thorn
  • : Danny Thorn
  • : February 2013
  • : 205mm X 146mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Danny Thorn
  • : Paperback
  • : 152