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Topic: Keeping Fighting Fish As Pet?

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Robert Lee



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Keeping Fighting Fish as Pet? Robert Lee Robert Lee support@geomancy.net

Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
  I have read up some article on feng shui that it is not advisable to keep aquarium in the bedroom and I am currently keeping 5 fighting fishes as pet. I have remove it and place it at my kitchen near my washing machine now. They are all housed in small jars with no pump and running water and thus the aquarium is a still water condition. Would they affect my house feng shui? Thank you.

If you like it, there is no harm keeping fishes as pets.

The only issue, is that such water feature especially large aquarium should not be keep in the bedroom. The reason is rather logical also, you see water in the fish tank tends to give off certain fishy/chlorine smell which may affect the quality of the air in the bedroom. Just like if you put plants in the bedroom, it also fights for oxygen at night. That is why big fish tank/water feature should not be placed in the bedroom.

One small bowl type fish bowl type, should not be a major issue as it is unlikely to affect the whole room. But too many will not be a good idea best to be placed in other areas that is not used as bedroom.

Generally, small indivial bowls of water type probably not big enough to be considered a major water feature. So not likely to affect your feng shui. However, if you are concerned, try to placed the individual bowls at section of the house that will benefit from a water feature such as where there is the auspicious water star 8 if in period 8 house.

Hope that helps.

Warmest Regards
Robert Lee
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Keeping Fighting Fish as Pet? Teo Tai Wei David myfs_125399 david_teo11@yahoo.com.sg

Hi Mr Lee,

  I have read up some article on feng shui that it is not advisable to keep aquarium in the bedroom and I am currently keeping 5 fighting fishes as pet. I have remove it and place it at my kitchen near my washing machine now. They are all housed in small jars with no pump and running water and thus the aquarium is a still water condition. Would they affect my house feng shui? Thank you.

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