This book, entitled Feng Shui for Residential Shops, as the name suggests, can be understood to have two main aspects: one is feng shui for residences and the other is feng shui for shops. The so-called shops here are broadly defined to cover all business entities, as all business entities are businesses, some of which also sell goods, just not necessarily through the doorstep.
There are two reasons why has included shop feng shui as one of the main contents of this book: firstly, it is now a commercial society, with a large proportion of business people in the workforce; secondly, feng shui has always attached importance to wealth, treating it as important as the bloodline of the person, and has accumulated a wealth of experience in feng shui practice, which is an important guide to the selection and adjustment of the business environment for shops. \n\nAs a popular book on feng shui, Feng Shui for Residential Shops strives to do the following:
1. It strives to combine the traditional Chinese way of thinking with the modern scientific way of thinking in an organic way, inheriting the heritage of traditional feng shui and reflecting the spirit and style of traditional Chinese culture on the one hand, and analysing and criticising the dross in it on the other;
2. To introduce feng shui knowledge, so that readers can have an all-round understanding of Chinese feng shui culture;
3. Strive to reflect new situations, study new problems and summarise new experiences, so as to adapt to the new situation of accelerated urbanisation and increasingly high-rise and centralised housing in the present era;
4. Strive to be concise and practical, easy to understand and operative, so that readers can understand, learn and use it as soon as they see it.
Due to the limited level, these aspects may not be done very well, shortcomings and errors are inevitable, I hope that the majority of readers, especially experts and scholars to put forward valuable comments. This book is edited by Jin Zhiwen.