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Dear master lee, first of all, wish u happy new year.. I have one doubt on placing of our master bed. According to our Kua of 8, the recommended position of sleeping position is w, Nw, ne, and sw. Unfortunately, to have the bed to face the recomended position, we will not be able to have view of bedroom door. I read thru couple of fengshui book but didn't clear mention which is the preferred way: facing sheng qi direction (with no view of door) or face bad direction but with clear view of door? Would appreciate ur kind advice on this. And also my master bedroom door is facing the guest bedroom. Can we just close the guest room door to minimise the negative impact.. Ty so much..

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The main consideration for the placement of the bed-head would be "feel good" or "feel bad" factor.
As most of us feel more comfortable; as you had mentioned, with a clear view of the door then with no view; this is human or man luck factor. And, even if in theory, the no view direciton is good BUT, but, but... this should not be the basis to place the bed-head.
Thus, one should go with what one feels comfortable with vs what is SUPPOSE to be good for us BUT, but and but.. kind of thing.

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On 12/31/2010 6:46:21 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear master lee, first of all,
wish u happy new year.. I have
one doubt on placing of our
master bed. According to our
Kua of 8, the recommended
position of sleeping position
is w, Nw, ne, and sw.
Unfortunately, to have the bed
to face the recomended
position, we will not be able
to have view of bedroom door.
I read thru couple of fengshui
book but didn't clear mention
which is the preferred way:
facing sheng qi direction
(with no view of door) or face
bad direction but with clear
view of door? Would appreciate
ur kind advice on this. And
also my master bedroom door is
facing the guest bedroom. Can
we just close the guest room
door to minimise the negative
impact.. Ty so much..


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Human or man luck or feel good factor usually far outweighs others:
Many of us don't have good Heaven luck (born with) nor Earth luck (Feng Shui of the home). But those who have good human or man luck; will go far. FEEL GOOD, please!

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On 12/31/2010 6:56:10 PM, Anonymous wrote:
The main consideration for the placement
of the bed-head would be "feel good" or
"feel bad" factor.As most of us feel
more comfortable; as you had mentioned,
with a clear view of the door then with
no view; this is human or man luck
factor. And, even if in theory, the no
view direciton is good BUT, but, but...
this should not be the basis to place
the bed-head.Thus, one should go with
what one feels comfortable with vs what
is SUPPOSE to be good for us BUT, but
and but.. kind of thing.On 12/31/2010
6:46:21 PM, Lin Tan wrote:
Dear
master lee, first of all,
wish u
happy new year.. I have
one doubt on
placing of our
master bed. According
to our
Kua of 8, the recommended
position of sleeping position
is
w, Nw, ne, and sw.
Unfortunately, to
have the bed
to face the recomended
position, we will not be able
to
have view of bedroom door.
I read
thru couple of fengshui
book but
didn't clear mention
which is the
preferred way:
facing sheng qi
direction
(with no view of door) or
face
bad direction but with clear
view of door? Would appreciate
ur kind advice on this. And
also
my master bedroom door is
facing the
guest bedroom. Can
we just close the
guest room
door to minimise the
negative
impact.. Ty so much..


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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