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Would like to have your advice as my kua no is 4 and the house that I bought recently is facing the worst direction ie. northeast (chueh ming).

I am not sure whether if have checked out all the other directions of your house in relation to e.g. the 8 house theory. More importantly, look at areas where you spent most of your time e.g. your bedroom. Check to see whether the intangible force `lands' over this area.

For the worst direction i.e. North-East, this is also considered the Devil's Main entrance. I not sure if you have already read the short article I wrote regarding this topic. If not, please check out Devil's Gate

Briefly, avoid planting too many plants outside the North-East and especially the South-West (which is considered the devil's backdoor). The rationale for this is because especially large plants are `target' of spirits who could take the opportunity to `hide' there.

Since your door is at the North-East, the best advice is not to open the door unless you are using it.

There are a few `cures' available for this and I have already documented it. You could perhaps read this reply: Click here which can help you.

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
February 1999

 

 

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...you are indeed a very generous person Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net - Feng Shui at Geomancy.NetDear Master Cecil

First and foremost, after reading your advise on doing a search on the forum to my questions, I feel that you are indeed a very generous person. Who on earth will give out their valuable knowledge to others without taken a single penny. I did a search on crystals and changing of house period and found out that in your forum/reply, you went into very detailed reply with no cost (except for the internet bills).

Once again...thank you.

My doubts are cleared.

Sincerely,
Janice Wong Wai Yee
Malaysia
20 March 2004




Dear Robert,

Thank you for the reply. I had sent a short thank you to Master Cecil's response to my question on the forum.

I think you (both) are doing a great job. Your pride and enjoyment in doing your work shows through on the great website you have built. I know the hard work you have put in, also conducting my business and interest through a website.

Best regards,
Keith Orlando
United Kingdom
30 April 2004