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I have been collecting dragons for many years. I have about 20 of them - mainly ceramic. I am also a dragon in Chinese astrology. Is there any particular place I should have my dragons, or do I have too many?  Also, because I have a very small house, my computer is in my bedroom. Are there any 'cures' for this?

The only thing that Feng Shui Masters advise is to place the dragon at the East wall. It should not " seemed " to be hungry (ie the dragon article you have ) as it will mean that you have problems feeding "yourself".

However, in your case, you can collectilvely place all the dragons at one location. Preferably on the East side of your house and not the West side (yin side).

A dragon can also be used to point at your entrance door `to guard it'. On the other hand, you can use it as an alternative to say a cannon to point at a posion arrow.

Let me illustrate what problem I am currently facing:-

When I first moved to my new house, it is a condominium with a swimming pool. Further away, there is a house with an octagon roof with a flag post on it. It had created a poison arrow to my house.

I countered this by placing a wooden dragon facing this `posion arrow'. The dragon is on top of my display cabinet. It worked.

Unfortuantely, because all the floor tiles that was layed by the builder's sub-contractor was inferior, many house tiles popped up. Ours nearly did so one week ago, we had to move all the furniture into the house and let our contractor re-do the tiles.

I was very hesitant about removing the dragon but no choice as the tiles had to be laid.

True enough, for the last week, since then, the subsidiary of geomancy.net: 3dmail.com had this spammer forging our domain name. What he did was to use a Canadian dial-up account and sent massive spams thru lots of unprotected UK servers which did not implement anti-spamming and allowed ther network to be used as a relay for sending spams. Worse still this spammer forged our domain and make it seemed as if the mails originate from our servers. We were thus bombarded with tons of mails.

I really wish that the renovation is over and quickly place back the dragon to counter the poision arrow. Now we are defenceless!

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
January 1999

 

 

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