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5 Questions: Does Your Home have a Good Feng Shui?

5 Questions: Does Your Home have a Good Feng Shui?

1. Do you have mountain or tall buildings or plants behind?

You need support from a mountain or tall buildings or plants behind. If there is a river or road behind then you will find no support in life. If you absolutely cannot create higher ground behind, hang a painting or picture of a turtle at the back portion of your home, or even better keep a turtle, a real turtle, a ceramic or bronze one will do just fine. You can also keep one in the north of your house.

2. Is the left side higher than the right side?

 

if you are living in an apartment and have no control over the landscaping, it is a great idea to energize the dragon inside your home. Place a picture of a dragon on any of the East walls of your home, OR place a ceramic representation of the dragon on the East side of your living room

3. Is the shape of your house a regular square or rectangle?

 

 Transform an L shape home into a rectangular-shaped home. You can also do the same for U shaped and N shaped homes. You can add a room, or if it feels too expensive just landscaping the corner with plants and stepping stones, capped by a tall light in the corner will visually stretch the corner out. If you do not have a garden or you live in an apartment use a wall mirror. But donot place mirror inside the bedroom.

4. Is your main door facing a straight road?

 

Straight driveways can be successfully softened by smart landscaping that means making plants and flowering bushes break up and camouflage sharp, straight lines.

Or simply move the door to deflect the straight road charging towards it. Or simply block the offending junction by planting a hedge.

Another way is to make sure the level of the house is higher than the road coming straight at it, this puts the house over the poisonous breath and successfully averts misfortune.

An even further method is building a solid high wall (at least 6 feet/2m high) to block out the road. If you have enough land then you can do this but remember you should not have anything tall in front of you for at least twice the length of your home.

 Finally, if all else fails, grow a clump of bushy trees; they are very effective in deflecting all the killing breath brought by the straight road.

5. Do you have anything tall blocking your main door?

Is there anything tall like a hill or an imposing building in front of your house or the main door? The nearer the building is to you, the more harmful it is. You must have nothing tall in front for at least twice the length of your house. A simple solution is to change the door so that the tall imposing building is behind you. It then starts protecting you.

 If it's impossible, install very bright lights in front of the house and keep these lights turned on.


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