Feng Shui Checklist

https://blog.propertyguru.com.my/8317/feng-shui-checklist.html

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There are many factors to consider when assessing the feng shui of the land and the house occupying it. According to Feng Shui master, Master Soon, in feng shui theory, power is derived from the mountains or the rivers and lakes, whichever is “dominant” in a country/region. Malaysia draws its feng shui power from the dominant mountains, the Titiwangsa Range, which runs from Thailand in the north, all the way to the deep south, with KL in the middle. With the Chinese New Year fast approaching on 19 February, heralding the official start of the year of the wooden sheep or goat, PropertyGuru has compiled several good feng shui tips in buying or renovating your home.

LOCATION

First, you must look at the land’s Chi quality itself. Look for land that appears vibrant. It should be full of life and lush with vegetation. These are signs of high Chi. In contrast, land devoid of plants has low or inhibited Chi.

Specifically, avoid buying houses located near inauspicious places like prisons, railroad, hospitals, cemeteries, fire stations, places of worship and police departments. Don’t buy a house sandwiched between two large buildings as they block energy.

FACING DIRECTION

To determine if a house’s facing direction is auspicious, check the kua number of the bread winner in the family. If his kua number is any of these (1,3,4 and 9), the family will benefit from a house facing East, North, South, South East. If the kua number is any of these (2, 6,7 and 8) , the family will benefit from a house facing North west, South West, West, North east.

HOUSE AND PLOT SHAPE

Preferably, look for a house with a regular shape, a square or rectangle. Avoid irregularly-shaped houses, especially those that are shaped like a diamond or triangle as many mishaps can occur in these houses. This also applies to land parcels, which should be square or rectangular. Triangular-shaped plots have the worst feng shui.

STRONG FRONT DOOR

The main door is considered as the ‘Mouth of Chi’. This is where the house receives its energy. Basically, the house should have an entryway designed to welcome, strengthen and channel the incoming feng shui energy throughout the entire property. Additionally, avoid a property where you can see the kitchen and bathroom from the main door. Also, the main door should not align with the back door, nor face a staircase.

FLOOR PLAN

The toilets and kitchens should never be positioned in the two most vital areas of the house, Northwest or Southwest. Never place the kitchen in the Northwest as it is considered bad luck as the heaven’s energy enters the home from Northwest.

Besides that, don’t build bathrooms above any bedroom, the front door, dining room, living room or kitchen.

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