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Missing Area and Flying Star

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Dear Master Lee,

I have a general question.
Given a plan of a house with terrace at W and SW. The terrace has no roof but it is surrounded by metal fence (see pic attached).

1. Is the terrace counted as missing area?

2. If yes, how to cure it according flying star?
By putting lamp at 4 corners of terrace or may use potted plants instead of lamps?

Info about flying star those sectors.
West: MS#2 WS#3 BS#9 (2009 star #2)
SouthWest: MS#7 WS#7 BS#4 (2009 star #6)

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
ZQ

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Frankly, one has to see the actual interior layout plan. For example, in the attachment, Either "A" has a protusion e.g. garage or could also be "B". I really can't tell from a block of grey colour.


In addition, is this home two levels e.g. ground floor and 1st storey? If there is a ground floor, is there an enclosed space e.g. the main door, or sliding door living room area?


See attachment.



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Dear Shifu Lee,
sorry for missing details that you need to be able to reply my question. *bow*

The home is at ground floor, no 1st storey.
The grey area on the south is a 2nd living room.
The terrace is more like back area.

I attach updated pic here.
To the symbols:
1. light blue symbols are doors
2. red symbol is main door
3. orange symbols are windows
4. The black dash line is only imaginary line, there is no wall nor partition between living room 1 and living room 2.

Living room 1 is for guest (sofa and table) and TV-room.
Living room 2 is for music (piano) and for children playing.

Flying star (facing NE1 - 37 degree):
Center: MS#4, WS#1, BS#7 (period 7 home??)
SW: MS#7, WS#7, BS#4
W: MS#2, WS#3, BS#9

I want to know whether the terrace is missing area and how to cure according flying star.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
ZQ


Cecil L. wrote:
Frankly, one has to see
the actual interior layout plan. For example, in the attachment, Either
"A" has a protusion e.g. garage or could also be "B". I really can't
tell from a block of grey colour.

Cecil L. wrote:
In addition, is
this home two levels e.g. ground floor and 1st storey? If there is a
ground floor, is there an enclosed space e.g. the main door, or sliding
door living room area?


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Dear Shifu Lee,
thank you for your kindly answer and hint. I would never see that "extra living room" as protusion without your hint :-)

What is cure against protusion according flying star?
South: MS#9 WS#5 BS#2 (seems a bad area, since #9 fuels #5 and #2)
Or is flying star a wrong approach to "neutralize"/"remove" protusion?
Please explain briefly about the common approach in fengshui for such case.
Thank you in advance.

Wish you a nice sunday.

Warm regards,
ZQ

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In my opinion, as the terrace area is large, and considering the "center-of'gravity" if we exclude this "terrace" portion, I would personally consider the "extra area of Living Room (in RED)as a protusion instead.


Sometimes, rudimentary action can be:


- place a copy of the layout plan and paste it onto a cardboard.


- cut out the outline (exlude the terrace only).


- balance the cardboard on a pin. As the floor area of the protusion is small, most likely your "CENTER of GRAVITY" would fall close to the centrepoint of the rectangle as shown by the crossing of the two diagonal lines.



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Some of the methods used to find the "Center-of-gravity".


Frankly, all three center-of-gravity are pretty close to each other.



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Dear Sir


And if I were interested in displacing the south front of the geomantic card to a porch? Is it a good way to take out of my rooms bad number combinations? How could I get it?


Many thanks in advance



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Dear Master Lee,
I am a bit confused about correlation of "Center-Of-Gravity" and "Center of Area" in Flying Star Mapping.
Is Center-Of-Gravity a center area? If yes, how big is the area and which form (square or circle)?
Thank you in advance.
Best regards,
ZQ

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On 6/21/2009 9:43:17 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Some of the methods used to
find the "Center-of-gravity".
Frankly, all three
center-of-gravity are pretty
close to each other.

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Yes, in layman terms; center-of-gravity and centerpoint or if you want to call it "Center of area" is similar.
Usually, center-of-gravity is more specific to a person, photocopy a layout; paste it on a cardboard; cut-out the outline and balance this item on a pin to locate the center-of-gravity.
While drawing a centerpoint is just that : looking at an image and trying to figure out where the centrepoint is.
Center = American
Centre = British

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On 2/1/2011 4:42:02 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am a bit confused
about correlation of "Center-Of-Gravity"
and "Center of Area" in Flying Star
Mapping.Is Center-Of-Gravity a center
area? If yes, how big is the area and
which form (square or circle)?Thank you
in advance.Best regards,ZQOn 6/21/2009
9:43:17 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Some of the methods used to
find the "Center-of-gravity".
Frankly, all three
center-of-gravity are pretty
close to each other.


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