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Free Module 2: Shapes & Form Feng Shui

Chapter 15: Trees

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Do you remember the following  illustration from the topic on the Four Symbolic Animals?

Picture showing the direction each of the 4 Symbolic Animal faces

The principle of a solid tortise or that the back of the house should form a `protective' barrier behind the house.

Large trees or a row of bushes/shrubs could be planted behind the house. This acts  as a tortoise or "barrier" behind the house. Avoid planting large trees in front of the house especially in the middle of the main door  entrance as it blocks good Chi coming into the house. Another alternative is to construct a brick wall behind the house.

Make sure that trees and shrubs has to be regularly trimmed.

 

 

 

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