Question 1: What do you think of staying in East facing house?
Question 2: Should I choose a house base on my favourable direction?
Question 3: My favourable direction is North East, if I buy my new house this facing can?
These are the most common/recent questions I received when one is looking for a house. Incidentally, such thoughts echo that of an investor when choosing a property (remember “location, location and location”?) but this goes like “direction, direction and direction“. So the question begs, what is it one has to look out for?
Strictly speaking, the areas to consider encompass:
In a gist, we consider the external part of the property and the internal aspects of the property. As such, if you were to imagine buying based on direction only from a Feng Shui perspective, you may have begun to recognise the flaw.
With the best direction suitable for you, if the external part of house has negative location/surroundings, it would still contribute negative impact. This can come in the area of health, relationship or wealth to name the main areas.
There are decisions to be made and from my experience, to name a few that can happen:
So what can you do if you are facing a cross road on which property to choose?
One option really is to consider looking for a Feng Shui practitioner. He would be able to help evaluate the property choice you have made to your concern coming from a neutral
Prevention is always better than cure. This mantra applies to property as well where a better home that needs minimal cures is always better. Moreover, it is a small cost to the big investment you would be making to a home you would be staying for long.
Nonetheless, as a general guide, these are the areas to consider while you are choosing your home:
Feel free to drop me a note if you have any questions pertaining to your home Feng Shui.
If not, happy house hunting!
I received a request to read this birth date and this was a reading different from the usual as this belonged to a rather old lady and was with her family. As the birth chart is somewhat a good case study to show, I got permission to show a part of the reading done.
Chart belongs to a lady born on 18 Jun 1927.
Born with a weak H10 癸 water day stem (circled in black) representing her. She is born in summer and a time where water is extremely weak. Usually for someone this weak, you do not want to see too much of wealth but…. here you see the person is born in a fire month (wealth element to her) and a fire rabbit year. In fact, there are no supporting elements other than possibly the H10 癸 water found in hour pillar – hour pillar was a second guess as we do not have the hour of birth.
In short, imagine this water is like that droplet of water in a hot hot summer burning..
Now we examine some snippets of the reading
Early Life (circled in green)
Marriage (circled in red)
Wealth (in silver circle)
Since she has very strong wealth wealth element (note her chart is loaded with wealth Fire 丙午丁 element in the Month and Year pillar), so what does this means?
It is a good case study to show more wealth in your chart does not meant you having it contrary to most may think the more the merrier.
Should she have been born at snake hour (9am-11am), there would have been a “Follow the Wealth” structure where there would be immense wealth in her life. However, it was not as the hour of birth played the difference.
Founded Feng Shui Discovery Consulting in Singapore, Gibson has keen interest and carries out various research in the subject.