Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The wind is Breezy but may not be Cool with Sky Crack

In current time especially in urban areas when land is scare, property development whether for residential or commercial purposes are not only built higher, but also closer to each other.  

High-Rise housing development

Are you aware that when 2 buildings are too close to each other, it can be a Feng Shui problem or Sha Qi (煞气)?


"When strong wind blows through the gap, it is focused and could direct strong Sha Qi towards the property..."

This negative form is commonly known as the Sky Crack Sha (斩煞), and is caused by a narrow gap between two buildings that are built very close to each other.  When strong wind blows through the gap, it is focused and could direct strong Sha Qi towards the property, hence the name  - Sky Crack Sha. This will usually cause illness and injuries to the resident in the affected unit. 


Narrow Wind-Gap - Sky Crack Sha

Couple of months ago when I was accompanying my friend to check in to an apartment unit where he intended to purchase for own stay. The seller‘s salesperson would usually present the selling points of the unit; such as good facing without west sun shining into unit, closed proxity to ammenties, etc.. A particular selling point I remember was that when overlooking out from one of the windows from the Master bedroom, we could see a gap between two buildings. The salesperson explained that this could be good feature as it allows “cool” wind to direct to the unit, but in Feng Shui we know that this could be otherwise.

We observed that this wind-gap points right to the apartment unit from the northwest direction, and occupants could experience illness or problems relating to the head, bones and lung, and usually the man of the house, seniors or elderly will be most affected.

As an example, should a narrow wind-gap hits a property in the Southwest direction, then the occupants could encounter abdominal and stomach illness, and usually affect the woman of the house, mother, etc.  
Sky Crack Sha affecting the Man and Woman of the house

Hence, the next time when you are considering owning your choice home, you might want to be more observant if there is any wind-gap, especially the narrow ones which could create fierce Sha Qi pointing to your home. So beware.




Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Enhancing your Wealth Door with Qi Men

There are 5 essential areas to analyze in assessing the Feng Shui quality of a property. They are the Main Door, the Bedroom, Kitchen, Study Room and Balcony. Among these areas, the Main Door is the most important area as everyone in the household could benefit if the energy coming in the Main Door is positive. The rest of the essential areas should also be located in the positive areas of the house.

"When relating to Qi Men Feng Shui, the Doors can ascertain the energy quality of specific sectors in your property." 
Qi Men Feng Shui

In Qi Men Feng Shui (奇门风水), the Main Door governs the wealth prospect of the occupants, especially affecting their financial capability. The Qi Men Doors analysis is usually used to analyze the outcome of the man’s action and activities. When relating to Feng Shuithe Doors can ascertain the energy quality of specific sectors in your property. There are a total of 8 Qi Men Doors; namely Open(), Rest(), Life(), Harm(), Delusion(), Scenery(), Death() and Fear().

The 8 Qi Men Doors residing at their native palaces. Notice the red circles indicating the Auspicious doors while the pink circle indicates the moderately Auspicious door.





Example 1
Using the new residential development as an illustration, this Northwest-façing home at Rivercove Residences have its Main Door opens in the Life Door in the East, based on Qi Men Feng Shui principle. This denotes the occupants could be blessed with relative good wealth prospects and investment opportunities. 

Find out more about the Story of Rivercove Residences here.



Example 2
Using the new residential development as an illustration, this Northwest-façing home at Rivercove Residences have its Main Door opens in the Open Door in the Southwest, This denotes the occupants could enjoy relative good career advancement potentials and new opportunities opening up in their career endeavors. 


Find out more about the Story of Rivercove Residences here.


Besides the Main Door, the Qi Men Doors can also be used in the essential areas of the house, such as having the Qi Men Rest Door in the Master Bedroom could lead to better rest, enhances good family relationship and health. For the Scenery Door, this would promote family bonding and favorable to be in the dining or living room, and perhaps the kitchen.

The remaining Qi Men Doors, such as Harm, Death, Delusion and Fear Doors, may be generally classified as “inauspicious doors” where bad endeavors could be manifested in these areas, and is preferred not to have these Doors in any of the the essential areas, such as Death Door in the Main Door could mean stagnation in any of your life endeavors, like wealth, relationship and your well-being, etc. Based on the above examples, you will notice some of the Bedrooms are located in the less favorable doors.

Nevertheless, some of these "Bad" Doors can be used to enhance certain positive specific endeavors. The area where the Delusion Door resides can be used a study or work room. 


In summary, Qi Men Feng Shui can be a simple but yet powerful property selection and assessment tool to analyze and ascertain a good-value property whether it is for residential or commercial use.  



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Is your Home blessed with a Wealth Storage?


Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Is your Home blessed with a Wealth Storage?

Water and Mountain are the main ingredients in assessing the Feng Shui potential of the land. There is a Chinese saying: “山管人丁水管财”, where this can be translated as Mountains govern the people aspects, such as character, health and relationship while Water formations govern the wealth prospects. Hence, a location where mountain and water are “correctly positioned” in its vicinity is always beneficial as you could be blessed with good Feng Shui supporting your life ambitions.

"In assessing the Feng Shui potential of the land, water takes precedence over the mountains."


Looking beyond The Southern Ridges greeneries with Reflections at Keppel Bay


What if no Mountain can be seen from my Home?
In assessing the Feng Shui potential of the land, water takes precedence over the mountains. Therefore, water can be regarded as an important element in determining the Feng Shui quality of a land, even without Mountain in the vicinity.

风水之法,得水为上,藏风次之 -郭璞(AD276-324)


Generally Water in the Southwest of the property could improve Wealth luck and growth, benefiting the occupants at least for the next 20 years, Feng Shui-wise. If your Home is South-facing, it will be even more auspicious, as this conforms to the water storage formula (库池水) in the Dragon Gate Water principle (龙门水法). In short, water storage here refers to wealth storage providing abundance of Wealth opportunities. Examples of water storage or bodies are Swimming pools, ponds, lake, reservoir, water fountains, etc.

As an illustration, Tampines Quarry can be served as a Water Storage for some residential developments in Tampines, such as The Santorini, The Alps Residences and The Tapestry. Homes in these development would enjoy better wealth related endeavors as the water bodies could serve as their "Water" or rather "Wealth Storage", benefiting especially those North-South-facing ones.



Taking another illustration, Pandan Reservoir could be served as a Water Storage for Parc Riviera and Twin Vewbenefiting homes especially those South-facing units in these residential developments for better wealth related endeavors.




From the above examples, Water bodies or catchments could be a good feature in your neighbourhood. And if you are lucky, it could be your Wealth Storage providing abundance of Wealth opportunities to you.



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