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Q: Feng Shui Resources ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: Feng Shui Resources
Category: Health > Alternative
Asked by: ewalters-ga
List Price: $12.00
Posted: 10 Jul 2005 21:32 PDT
Expires: 09 Aug 2005 21:32 PDT
Question ID: 542026
I am looking for a listing of the webs best best resources on feng
shui - I am very interested in the history and its application today,
particularly focusing on well being and finances.  I don't want news
articles, or vague abstractions, I want specific and clear information
that could be understood by someone not familiar with the topic.  I
really want information that will assist people in understanding both
traditional and westernised feng shui and practical application of it.

I'd also really like to have a listing of any affiliate programs for
feng shui, especially for online resources not so much physical
schools or consultants programs.

Clarification of Question by ewalters-ga on 10 Jul 2005 22:02 PDT
One other thing, could you also please provide any community (ie. not
machine based spam) blogs.  I've only been able to find one that posts
articles and one that posts news items  =(

Clarification of Question by ewalters-ga on 10 Jul 2005 22:04 PDT
I'm looking for worldwide resources, not just north american and
canadian.  I hope that helps.
Subject: Re: Feng Shui Resources
Answered By: crabcakes-ga on 10 Jul 2005 23:31 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello Ewalters,

  I've compiled a list of resources for you:

Articles and tutorials aplenty on this site:

Suite 101 articles

Feng shui articles

i-d-d articles

Bartlett Design Articles

So You Wanna
Don?t let the web site name throw you!

Principles of Feng Shui

Sceptic?s Dictionary

Feng Shui, redecorating for your spirit


Sally Fretwell

Feng Shui in action
What are Fung shui colors?

Feng Shui America



Feng shui Mastery

Feng Shui in New Zealand


Feng shui Prophet

Feng Shui at work

Qi-Journal articles

Feng Shui UK

Feng Shui tips

Feng Shui Ultimate resource

International Feng Shui Guild
Sign up for their newsletter

Evaluating Feng Shui sites

Schools of Feng Shui thought

Online classes:

Rising Dragon Courses

Alan Stirling International Feng Shui School of Excellence

Master Academy Hope Page
Online Courses

Feng Shui Institute

Feng Shui Garden

List of courses


To avoid getting spammed from forums and groups, open a free web based
e-mail account, such as Hotmail, or Yahoo. Don?t use your e-mail as
your screen name, and use only your free e-mail account for signing up
with forums and groups.  For example, if your email address is, don?t use fengshui as your screen name on a group
or forum. This will decrease the amount of spam you may get.

There are numerous Feng shui groups on Google Groups

Yahoo Fung shui groups

Independent Forum

Fast Feng Shui

There you go! If any part of my answer is unclear, or if I have
duplicated sites you already had, please request an Answer
Clarification, before rating. This will enable me to assist you
further, if possible.

Regards, Crabcakes

Search terms
Feng Shui
Online clesses + feng shui
Forums + feng shui
Articles + feng shui

Request for Answer Clarification by ewalters-ga on 11 Jul 2005 05:13 PDT
Hi, Just wanted to clarify one thing.

Other than the online schools there are no affiliate programs right?

"...really like to have a listing of any affiliate programs for
feng shui, especially for online resources..."

Impressive list, lots of great info.  Do you researches have a spam
free look at the search engines or something?  (joking)  Appreciative
of the help.

Clarification of Answer by crabcakes-ga on 11 Jul 2005 09:19 PDT
Hi again eWalters,

   Could you clarify a bit what 'affiliates' are? I looked for the
term, but came up with "spam" sites. I'm afraid I'm not sure what you
mean by the term.

   Regarding your loathing of SPAM (That we all share), how are you
bothered by it? Perhaps I can share some secrets, if you could briefly
elaborate on how you are affected.

   Sincerely, Crabcakes

Request for Answer Clarification by ewalters-ga on 11 Jul 2005 15:35 PDT
Hi again,

Ok, breakdown of an affiliate - an affiliate is someone that sells
someone elses product on a commission of that sale.  In other words if
you had a electric shop and I was your affiliate and I introduced a
customer to you who bought a drill from you, you would pay me a
commission on the sale of that drill.

Regarding the spam I just meant that I'd only found a lot of directory
generated sites and not a lot of content whilst you managed to find a
good deal of content in a reasonably short time frame.  I was
wondering if there was a "james bond" (ie secret trick or access code)
google answers researchers had to cut through (or completely out)
results of this nature.

Thanks for the help!

Clarification of Answer by crabcakes-ga on 11 Jul 2005 16:51 PDT
Hi again, Ewalters,

  We Google Researchers all have our own searching techniques to avoid
the SPAMMIER sites. I personally use operators like the minus sign (-)
to decrease chances of getting sites I don't want.

Example: If I want information on vitamins, but I don't want to buy
them, I may use this in the search box:

   vitamins -buy -affiliate -discount

Buy, affiliate and discount are words often found on sites selling
vitamins. The operators help reduce this type of return.

Here is a page on searching Google

Another thing I do to avoid smarmy sites is; as soon as I see flashing
"thingies" and odd looking web page design, I leave that site. I look
for reliable and trustworthy sites.

We are now on the same page regarding 'affiliates'. In the world of
the internet, affiliates are sometimes construed as SPAM sites!

Now, on to affiliates. Here is a list. (I would exercise caution
before committing to an affiliate):

Promote your affiliate program

Master Academy will have an affiliate program... one day

I hope this has helped!

Regards, Crabcakes
ewalters-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Woohoo!  A book worth of information for half the cost!  Awesome stuff!  Thank you!

Subject: Re: Feng Shui Resources
From: crabcakes-ga on 11 Jul 2005 19:55 PDT
I'm glad you were pleased! Thank you for the 5 star rating!
Sincerely, Crabcakes
Subject: Re: Feng Shui Resources
From: smilingbamboo-ga on 21 May 2006 11:43 PDT
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