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I have a huge wind chime,that was a gift from my daughter,hanging to the left side (facing entrance)of set of glass doors.They are 4 ft long.are constructed of metal,string,cedar wood.They have a beautiful melody.and are very comforting.especially at night,when it is quiet,and a soft breeze stirring.

I believe the front entrance is northwest. Can you tell me anything about this?

There are a few things to note under Feng Shui:-

1. In most cases, we can rely on our instincts. This is known as " Intuitive Feng Shui". One is that if you feel very comforting with the wind chime then that's fine.

2. The first consideration is with Para 1. It is not necessary or `compulsory' to find out more if the above is OK. What is meant here is that under the `scientific' method of using numerology, one can determine whether it is `really' good to place the windchime and under what certain period of time. This theory is called the " Flying Star Theory ". It is a dynamic assessment using numerology with a base number and two `flying stars'. to analyse 9 sectors of the house which can be used to determine if a windchime with certain material can be placed at say the North-East sector of your house.

3. In general, under the 5 elements concept of Feng Shui the North-West sector is of the Metal element and if this is an auspicous location (under Flying Star theory), a `metallic' windchime can enhance this location further.

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
February 1999

 

 

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