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Cecil Lee

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  1. Case Study - Should I be worried that my master bed is beside the master toilet door? Under symbolism in Feng Shui a table-lamp can be considered as a partition between the toilet and the master bed. See below. For example Block 982 Stack #15:- Thus there is no need to be too concerned or having to install a partition.
  2. Case Study - Previous "tailor-made" Can or Cannot Buy review of 4 units at Thomson Three (3) and 1 unit of North Park Residences .
  3. Previous "tailor-made" Can or Cannot Buy review of 1 unit of North Park Residences and 4 units at Thomson Three (3).
  4. Can or cannot buy is simply not "One size fits all":- As one can see this ground floor unit with PES in The Alps is highly unsuitable to this potential buyer:- Below: This unit is shown as "3rd Choice" = Very unsuitable fit for Mr XX. Consider look elsewhere" Note: The first and 2nd choice are from another development that had previously T.O.P.
  5. Flow and Qi + Bottle-neck especially between stacks #02 and #21. Other stacks #01, #22, #19 and even #03 may be "affected" by this flow of qi = sha qi Who says extremely windy is good Feng Shui? A "calm breezy" home is generally auspicious. What you mean by "calm breezy"? Just imagine if one is in a home. And turn on the fan. The speed is 1 or 2 (low to moderate). To test this, open up an umbrella. If the person is able to control the umbrella without much effort, then this is a reasonable "calm breezy" ... and thus considered favourable. However, as there is a bottle-neck at marking in red "X"; added by the North and South orientation, on windy days, I believe, it can be really windy. Not the typhoon type of winds found in Hong Kong. But windy enough when one holds an umbrella to have it tear away from our hands... this sort of windy condition is no good in Feng Shui. Here, it can mean health concerns and also affect wealth luck! So what should one do? In such a condition, one can still control the situation by closing the balcony windows and /or bedroom windows. As for stack #03, most likely the wind may flow from the service yard/kitchen into the home. Here, perhaps, no choice but to close the window(s) or kitchen entrance door! P.S. Wind flow at Stars of Kovan is often North-South depending on the time of day + High / Low pressure zone.
  6. As mentioned in an earlier thread: Unit Rubbish Chute(s) at the main entrance foyer Frankly, might as well be better off if the development has the common rubbish chute(s) at the lobby vs such a position. These are samples of units that has this unusual layout plan...
  7. Rubbish Bin Chute in the Kitchen (not service yard). Anyway, there ain't no service yard .. Oops! In the past, all condo units with internal rubbish bins always have this bin at the unit's service yard area. Never like this: within the kitchen proper. Often, even if one is careful, when we open the rubbish bin chute, sometimes, the "air" within the rubbish bin would gush out. What worse outcome is when this "air" with all sorts of germs and baterial flow out of the bin chute and deposit itself onto the surface of the fridge, kitchen table table, stove etc. etc.. O-Dear....
  8. Potential Poison arrow(s) from sharp corner of neighbouring stacks/home Nothing beats standing inside the unit: balcony / bedroom(s) and looking out to see if there are any potential threats (if any)
  9. An example of poor Shapes and Forms: Where stove sharing the same wall as the Toilet
  10. Previous Can or cannot buy review of Parc Riviera Stack #19 Of Stack 20:-
  11. In theory there are a few cures: 1. If the building management allows, one can place those reflective "sunX-film" to cover the entire windows or at least up to 70% above the temple's roof line + add blinds. 2. Or place a convex ba gua mirror strategically at a location facing the temple.
  12. Part 18: Spice garden at Treasure at Tampines A requirement of all condominiums is the weekly fumigation of the whole estate. Truth be told that even if the spices (spice plants) are alive and well; don't every "put these into one's mouth!". With the weekly fumigation, these spices may turned out to be "toxic" and cancerously.. Ouch! In many of the condos I have been to... often just after three or four years later... their spice garden has turned into another "fern/weed garden" LOL
  13. Part 17: Case Study: A odd arrangement of Fridge, sink, washing machine then stove 2 Bedroom/Premium Type B3 and B4P. A case of "No choice, lah!" it's close to a shoe-box sized home? LOL Although the washing machine is hidden below the kitchen work-top. It is truly strange to find it between the sink and stove. A case of poor Shapes and Forms Feng Shui. See below:- P.S. A buyer yells out: "Sir! You are barking at the wrong tree! "I don't cook, lah!" LOL"
  14. Part 16: Case Study - Stove sharing the same wall as Bath 2 A sampling of just two layout plans shows that Type D7P and D8P has the stove sharing the same wall as Bath 2. This is considered inauspicious under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui:-
  15. Please do a search in this forum. This topic is very old and there are many examples on it, already.
  16. Their branch in Punggol... looks very spicy.. in fact for me this is mild!
  17. This stall at Kallang uses Hokkien dialect terms to describe how spicy you want your wanton Noodles to be... Let me interpret this although the mandarin version is next to it: Tam Po Hiam = a bit of chilli Por Tong Hiam = standard amount of chilli Ka Zuay Hiam = a bit more chilli Jin Jiak Hiam = more chilli Xiang Teh Hiam = lots of chilli
  18. For some homes, best to avoid a marble, granite or ceramic dining table In this extract of an apartment, the kitchen is within the #2 sickness and #5 misfortune/sickness. Thus it is strongly recommended to avoid a marble table. Same here for granite or ceramic table.
  19. Master Cecil, my FIL just passed away last Friday. Can I check with you will this affect our key collection, door opening and Reno? Sorry to learn about your loss. Key collection, renovations are not like getting married. For many Chinese of different dialect groups have no issue with this. Just don't wear red during key collection P.S. There are no fixed rules. For example, especially for some who had sold their present home; have to get their new homes ready. Else...
  20. Feng Shui is not one size fits all. It involves:- Location, location and location, review the location. For example in the top left chart; the Flying Stars Period and specific Flying Stars + the main breadwinner's information.
  21. Annual visits are not compulsory for most of my clients. This is because for eg. every year we have an additional 500 clients. Logically, if all 500 clients want an annual review on top of the existing client base. How to complete the annual review(s) even over three months? Annual reviews are often when suddenly for that year.. some clients have some issues that need to be looked into: health, wealth and /or relationships. Some FS masters want their clients to do an annual .. many do it for the purpose perhaps to make money.. To be realistic.. the Feng Shui period will change as this cycle is from 2004 to 2023. And 2024 to 2043 is a new cycle. Wealth luck will change. And perhaps, more clients may want to take up an annual review. Annual review costs at my end is around $288/- for homes. As I mentioned, not everyone wants to do it.

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