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Is there a step-to-step way of applying feng shui?

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hi there,
I have actually few questions here:
1. I have been reading a lot of feng shui for quite some time. The confusion is that every book talk differently using various methods. My questions is that is that a simple step-to-step illustration for applying feng shui?
2. My friend is living in a 3-room flat, with the 2 room doors facing one another. Beside using curtains, is there any way to stop the "fang men sha" as there is space restriction?
3. My friend's flat main door is facing a rood lamp, what I describe as "chuan xin sa", his another feng shui friend has recommended to place a small "luo pan" at the main door, will that help? Will there be any other issues generated?
4. As I'm not reach to engage a "feng SHui" shi, and the fact the my mum's health is not so good, when can I find goo feng shui shi who do not charge a lot?
Thanks!
Regards,
Chris

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Dear Chris,
Please read below:-
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Date: Saturday, February 13, 1999 4:27 PM
Subject: Is there a step-to-step way of applying feng shui?

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hi there,
I have actually few questions here:
1. I have been reading a lot of feng shui for quite some time. The
confusion is that every book talk differently using various methods. My
questions is that is that a simple step-to-step illustration for applying
feng shui?


Well, the only step by step way of applying feng shui will have to depend on
what Feng Shui problem you are trying to cure.
For example:-
a. If you want to find out the what is your destiny, true birth element, etc
then you can apply the Pillars of Destiny / Eight Characters principle,
Pillars of Names, Palmistry, Face Reading, I-Ching etc.
b. If you want to see if a building or a sharp roof is affecting you then
you have you apply the Shape and Form school Theories.
c. If you want to determine if your house is good or bad, whether you are in
your good direction etc, then theories such as Flying Star, Eight House and
even Zi wei Do Shu (Astrological Stars).
There are several others, but I think you get my point. Every theory has a
specific purpose and when you know what you are trying to cure, all you need
to do is to apply the appropriate theories.
For your following problem, Cecil will get back to you for each of your
problem.
Warmest Regards
Robert Lee

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2. My friend is living in a 3-room flat, with the 2 room doors facing one
another. Beside using curtains, is there any way to stop the "fang men sha"
as there is space restriction?
3. My friend's flat main door is facing a rood lamp, what I describe as
"chuan xin sa", his another feng shui friend has recommended to place a
small "luo pan" at the main door, will that help? Will there be any other
issues generated?
4. As I'm not reach to engage a "feng SHui" shi, and the fact the my mum's
health is not so good, when can I find goo feng shui shi who do not charge a
lot?
Thanks!
Regards,
Chris


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Dear Chris,

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2. My friend is living in a 3-room flat, with the 2 room doors facing one
another. Beside using curtains, is there any way to stop the "fang men
sha"
as there is space restriction?


To clarify, what rooms are these? Are these 2 rooms the bedrooms? The only
other way at present is to close the door when not in use.

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3. My friend's flat main door is facing a rood lamp, what I describe as
"chuan xin sa", his another feng shui friend has recommended to place a
small "luo pan" at the main door, will that help? Will there be any other
issues generated?


Yes, if the main door is facing a road lamp, it is best to place a Pakua
above the main entrance door.
The following are other alternatives:-
1. Placing a semi circle carpet outside the door. Best to have a diagram of
a sun's rays or spokes radiating from the centre of the carpet.
2. If your friend's house is a private apartment, one can replace the door
with a convex door. A convex door is to dispell sha ch'i.
3. If there are steps leading to the home, one can use semi-circle steps.
4. Tilt the main entrance door to a direction favourable to your friend.
As your friend is already using a Pakua, he need not use any of the above
alternatives.

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4. As I'm not reach to engage a "feng SHui" shi, and the fact the my mum's
health is not so good, when can I find goo feng shui shi who do not charge
a
lot?


Usually, the price for a Feng Shui audit in Singapore (Qualified FS) starts
around $488 for say a 3 room HDB flat. This amount is reasonable considering
the `expert' advice that one get.
Kong Xi Fa Chai! HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Cecil Lee

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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