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Question: 1. If I am a "Strong Metal person", what would happen if I stay at a "Metal direction" house ? I would think this will enhance my metal, but would it be too much ? 2. I read some books on how to enhance my wealth direction or how to activate my best 4 auspicious corner. By activate this corner, does it mean I should also be concern about whether I am a strong Fire or weak Wood ?

If you are a Strong Metal, then any additional metal would not be beneficial to you. This is because in Feng Shui what is most important is the Balance of Element.  Strong Element is good as it means that you are able to take control of your wealth, life etc. However, when you are Strong you need some controlling elements to control or neutralize the excessive Metal in you.

Under the Five Element Cures, the Elements that can control Metal are Fire and Wood. Fire directly destroy Metal, or Wood can destroy Earth which helps grow your Metal.

In terms of the overall house, a Metal house is suitable to your Element. The more important aspect of the house which affects your Element is the renovation and furnitures .

For furniture and fittings, you might want to include Fire and Wood elements which would control the excessive Metal.

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
January 1999

 

 

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Dear Robert,

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Yours Sincerely,

Michelle Guo
September 11, 2004


Hi Cecil,

" Firstly, you have a very comprehensive website that is packed with so much info. It is very informative and it must have been a challenge to do so much.... "

" Thank you so much for your reply to my questions. I am grateful to you for sparing your time our of your busy schedule to be so precise in your answers."

Warm Regards
Janalin Tan
freelance writer
Home Concepts Magazine, Singapore
18 June 2004