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Friday, 26 September 2008
Feng Shui Ghostbuster Anna Maria Prezio
Topic: Blog Tours

The next four days sees me bringing together two of my favorite topics, feng shui and ghost-busting.  Author, Anna Maria Prezio is visiting us.  Today, we get to meet Anna Maria and take a look at her book, Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghostbuster.  Tomorrow I will share an excerpt from the book and Sunday I'd like everyone to join me as I talk with Anna Maria Prezio.  On Monday, I'll share with you my impressions and review of Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghostbuster.  Please visit often and I know Anna Maria would love to hear your comments!

Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghost-Buster is the result of a lifelong journey that begins in a tiny village in Italy and has yet to truly end. To help you understand this journey – and benefit from the lessons learned along the way – the book is divided into three parts.

Part I will capture your attention with a ghostly first experience of an intuitive and vulnerable 6 year-old child. The culture and experiences of the author growing up in a rural and mystical village in Italy where ghostly occurrences and stories were part of every day life serve to set the stage for what would be a life long study of the mystical and the Divine.

Part II describes Feng Shui, like medicine, as both an art and a science. Here, the definitions and different sects of Feng Shui are discussed to provide a backdrop for the connection between environmental balance and the appearance of ghosts. You will learn how mastery of Feng Shui helps us to understand the occult, or hidden knowledge, as it applies to all aspects of our life here on earth.

With the formation of a solid foundation and understanding of this art and science, Part III delves deeper into the correlation between environment and entities with ideas, cures and stories about ghost-busting as a result the author’s direct and extraordinary experience.

This book – part memoir, part guide – promises to intrigue you from cover to cover. However, the price of admission to this world is an open mind. In return, you will not only better understand yourself, but the metaphysical world in which you live.


Anna Maria Prezio, is a professional Feng Shui Consultant and Practitioner with an advanced graduate certification from the American Feng Shui Institute, Chinese Metaphysical Studies, and the Imperial School of Feng Shui.

She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Villanova University as well as a Business Graduate Degree. Her expertise is in the communication arts, visual arts and entrepreneurship. She is a certified entrepreneurship instructor for the Executive Entrepreneur Institute and has held positions as a marketing executive for multinational corporations.

As a marketing consultant in health care, entertainment, and the non-profit sectors she has incorporated her knowledge of Feng Shui and its effects on personal environments to enhance people’s lives. Ms. Prezio’s mission is to help people gain the knowledge and tools of Feng Shui to improve and enhance their wealth, health, creativity and relationships.

Anna Maria Prezio has audited hundreds of Feng Shui sites. Her clients include: Hollywood casting directors, costume designers, actors, writers, directors, engineers, airline executives, business owners, doctors, real estate agents, building contractors, architects, corporate executives and brokers.

Ms. Prezio is a writer. She has published screenplays, articles and books. Her love for the visual arts has led her to produce feature films, film shorts, music videos, and photography. Her experience, Feng Shui knowledge and highly intuitive talent gives her the ability to sense people, places and things which help to nurture and facilitate her clients’ lifestyles.

For more information on Anna Maria Prezio and Confessions of a Feng Shui Ghostbuster, please visit  and please come back tomorrow when we take a look inside this book!

Posted by joyceanthony at 1:05 AM EDT
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Friday, 26 September 2008 - 1:45 AM EDT

Name: "Ron Berry"
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Feng shui means something but I can't remember what. This looks to be a fascinating way to hunt ghosts. I'm anxious to learn more. What part of Italy? I've only been to Naples.  This is a book I may someday add to my library. Ms Prezion has had some very impressive clients.  I'll have to tune in Sunday for the talk.

Friday, 26 September 2008 - 1:47 AM EDT

Name: "Ron"

I had clicked on post when I noticed the misspelling. I apologize for adding the n to Ms Presio's name.



Friday, 26 September 2008 - 4:43 AM EDT

Name: "Angela Moore"
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Hi There! You've been chosen fort 31 Days of Make Believe. Please send an email to amonthofstuff(at)gmail(dot)com if you would like to play. Thanks!!

Friday, 26 September 2008 - 4:28 PM EDT

Name: "Marvin D Wilson"
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Sounds like a good read - I'm only peripherally aware of Fen shui, read a little book basic primer on the subject twenty years ago. But I agree with the concept of being able to arrange our living environment to let healthy beneficial energies flow better. 

 You really bring some interesting people/authors on here, Joyce!

Sunday, 28 September 2008 - 8:00 PM EDT

Name: "Holly Jahangiri"
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This sounds fascinating! I've always enjoyed the notion of ghosts, but feng shui never really captured my attention. I might have to rethink that.

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