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We'll take it wherever we can find it these days: a few minutes of calm, a sense of balance. In this latest Home Design, we talk to people who are making harmony happen. Whether they are gardeners growing magical landscapes out of city plots, or a woman classically trained in feng shui balancing the energy in your home, these are people who see the importance of inner peace. As Sam Cicero says of his extensive home garden: "It's a lot cheaper than therapy." Hear, hear!

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    Sweet harmony

    We'll take it wherever we can find it these days: a few minutes of calm, a sense of balance. In this latest Home Design, we talk to people who are making harmony happen.

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    You can find hundreds of books on feng shui at the bookstore: Essential Feng Shui, 101 Feng Shui Tips For Your Home, Feng Shui for Singles, Feng Shui for Dummies. There are feng shui candle sets, CDs, and body lotion.

    Down the garden path

    Gardeners living in the city don't always have a lot of space to work with. But the urge to set hands into soil is a powerful one, and thank goodness.

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