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Good and Bad Locations

The direction which the main door faces is regarded as the orientation of the house as a whole. The house is `divided' into eight sectors. Each sector has a good or bad location.

 

 

Location

Status

Suitable for

Excellent

Very Good: Prime location, ideal for vitality.

Front door, beds and religious altars.

Prosperity

Good: The Best location. Money, luck and promotion.

Room doors, kitchen door, beds, working desks.

Longevity

Good: Ideal for health.

Beds, bedrooms and dining table.

Health

Good: Ideal situation for speedy recovery.

Beds, doors, master bedroom and the dining table.

Irritation

Bad: Petty annoyances, disease, headaches, theft and infidelity.

Toilet or kitchen.

Spook

Bad: Uneasy, theft, robbery and financial loss.

Storeroom or toilet.

Disaster

Bad: Quarrels, frustration, disputes and legal problems.

Storeroom or toilet.

Death

Bad: Poor health, accidents, misfortune and loss.

Storeroom or toilet.

 

 

 

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