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Main gate, front door and staircase in alignment.Thursday, 2 May 2013
As all “Qi” traveling in a straight line, the rush can be too forceful, a gate, a main door plus a staircase of the house in alignment is considered bad FengShui. When face with such a situation, a temporary measure is to place a screen or partition between the staircase and door. You can also put in some tall plants. A more permanent measure is to move the main door elsewhere, thus breaking the straight line of “Qi”.
If the alignment involved the kitchen door instead of a staircase, the same remedies can be used. You can also hang some hanging plants from the left and right hand side of your kitchen door. ..
Too many doors.Thursday, 26 July 2012
“My double storey terraced house has two front doors. One is a wooden door and the other is a sliding glass door with aluminium frame. Both doors open into the driveway. For the good of FengShui which door should I use, should I use one or both doors?”
Playground II.Tuesday, 3 July 2012
“Two years ago my family and I shifted into a double storey house which faces North. Our house faces a playground which is situated on a higher ground about six feet. Our doors, windows and grilles are black while the front gate is dark gray. I want to know what kind of fengshui has in store for my family and me.”
Playground I.Friday, 11 May 2012
“About four years ago my family shifted into my present house which faces a football field. This football pitch is on the lower ground and about five feet deep. Does it has some severe affects or implications on the fengshui of my house”
Sewage PondWednesday, 25 April 2012
“My house is located near a sewage pond. The pond gives off some smeel when the wind blows towards my house. This is an old house and I have been staying there for almost 11 years. My career and finance is always not good and stagnant. My health is also not good”
Underground culvertTuesday, 27 March 2012
“I have been staying in my house a very long time. My house faces an underground culvert which a drain or pipe that allows water to flow under the road into a nearby river. I have read about your article about “money being siphoned off”. Is mine the same case?”.
“During this duration, our money seem to be hardly earn but easily goes in many cases. I have been staying here for almost 30 some years. Almost all the occupants always seem to miss a number here or there in the 4D or 1+3D.”
Water and fireTuesday, 20 March 2012
“I have been hit by many bad events since moving into my new house. I am not sure why do I have such a bad luck. My father told me this is due to water and fire clashing in my kitchen. In my kitchen, I have a drain which flows directly underneath my stove or cooker. The water comes from the sink”
Houses that face reservoir and built on stilts.Monday, 12 March 2012
“My wife and I have been facing a lot of quarrels and difficulties in or marriage. Our business also seem stagnant and been going haywire since we moved into our new house”. “Does this have to do with our house’s fengshui? Our house faces a big water tank and the back portion our bungalow stands on concrete stilts?”
Split-level houses.Monday, 5 March 2012
If you have a house that is built with a split level and there are a few steps from the main level descending to the next level, you might have heard some scary tales about “descent into hell”.
Well, in Feng Shui, under normal circumstances it is often considered not auspicious that a house be built on a split level where one enters at the main door and then has to descent to get to the rest of the house. This is seen as being a demotion and losing of wealth. If you are looking for new houses and does not want to regret in live, wealth and career, it is best to avoid these types of houses. It is best to choose a house with steps leading upward rather than down from the entrance level. The myth about “descend into hell” is purely nonsense created by some over imaginative mind; you can totally ignore this and do not get carried away or scare by it. ..
FengShui : Higher roadSunday, 13 November 2011
“I stay in a house where the road outside is higher that the house, Each morning, I have to drive my car up the slope to reach to the main road”
In normal circumstances, it is not very good to stay in a house that is lower that the main road or has the outside main road on higher ground.
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