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I have a small retail center.
the lot is irregular, very narrow in the back and wide in the front.
A site plan is attached. In addition, there is a storm water detention
pond in the front. The pond is dried most of the time unless there is heavy
rain.
I have 2 questions:
1. I have heard that the lot lay out is bad feng shui. Is that true and if so
Is there anything I can I do to remedy it?
2. Is the detention pond in the front good or bad? If it is bad
is there anything I can do to remedy it?

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1. Frankly, based on Shapes and Forms Feng Shui, definitely the large huge rectangular block is not optimium.
2. There can be many other variants. One general view is again roughly like the attachment.
3. More homework has to be done to determine the facing direction; plot flying star chart + analysis. This is beyond this free general advice forum............... ... .. . ... ... ... .. ... .. .. . ..

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On 1/13/2011 1:11:27 PM, Anonymous wrote:
I have a small retail
center.the lot is irregular,
very narrow in the back and
wide in the front.A site plan
is attached. In
addition, there is a storm
water detention pond in the
front. The pond is dried
most of the time unless there
is heavy rain.I have 2
questions: 1. I have heard
that the lot lay out is bad
feng shui. Is that true
and if so Is there anything I
can I do to remedy it? 2. Is
the detention pond in the
front good or bad? If it is
badis there anything I can do
to remedy it?


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In general, the "has been" building should have followed any one of the following outlines. See attachment.

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On 1/15/2011 4:07:09 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Frankly, based on Shapes and Forms
Feng Shui, definitely the large huge
rectangular block is not optimium.2.
There can be many other variants. One
general view is again roughly like the
attachment.3. More homework has to be
done to determine the facing direction;
plot flying star chart + analysis. This
is beyond this free general advice
forum............... ... .. . ... ...
... .. ... .. .. . ..On 1/13/2011
1:11:27 PM, Anonymous wrote:
I have
a small retail
center.the lot is
irregular,
very narrow in the back
and
wide in the front.A site plan
is attached. In
addition,
there is a storm
water detention
pond in the
front. The pond is
dried
most of the time unless there
is heavy rain.I have 2
questions: 1. I have heard
that
the lot lay out is bad
feng
shui. Is that true
and if so
Is there anything I
can I do to
remedy it? 2. Is
the detention pond
in the
front good or bad? If it is
badis there anything I can do
to
remedy it?


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Thank you Master Cecil,
Since the building
already exists and we are not able to relocate it, we are interested in
finding a cure for any problem the current building placement/existence of a
detention pond may have. Is this something you can help us through an
off-site consultation? if so, what would the cost be.
Best Regards,

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On 1/15/2011 4:07:09 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Frankly, based on Shapes and Forms
Feng Shui, definitely the large huge
rectangular block is not optimium.2.
There can be many other variants. One
general view is again roughly like the
attachment.3. More homework has to be
done to determine the facing direction;
plot flying star chart + analysis. This
is beyond this free general advice
forum............... ... .. . ... ...
... .. ... .. .. . ..On 1/13/2011
1:11:27 PM, Anonymous wrote: >I have
a small retail >center.the lot is
irregular, >very narrow in the back
and >wide in the front.A site plan
is attached. In >addition,
there is a storm >water detention
pond in the >front. The pond is
dried >most of the time unless there
is heavy rain.I have 2
questions: 1. I have heard >that
the lot lay out is bad >feng
shui. Is that true >and if so
Is there anything I >can I do to
remedy it? 2. Is >the detention pond
in the >front good or bad? If it is
badis there anything I can do >to
remedy it?
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Have already sent a private e-mail. Thanks.
Cecil

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On 1/17/2011 10:45:39 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Thank you Master
Cecil, Since
the building
already exists and we are not
able to relocate it, we are
interested in
finding a cure for any problem
the current building
placement/existence of a
detention pond may have.
Is this something you can help
us through an
off-site consultation? if so, what would
the cost be.Best Regards,On 1/15/2011
4:07:09 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1. Frankly, based on Shapes and
Forms
Feng Shui, definitely the large huge
rectangular block is not optimium.2.
There can be many other variants.
One
general view is again roughly like
the
attachment.3. More homework has to
be
done to determine the facing
direction;
plot flying star chart + analysis.
This
is beyond this free general advice
forum............... ... .. . ...
...
... .. ... .. .. . ..On 1/13/2011
1:11:27 PM, Anonymous wrote:
I
have
a small retail
center.the lot is
irregular,
very narrow in the
back
and
wide in the front.A site
plan
is attached. In
addition,
there is a storm
water detention
pond in the
front. The
pond is
dried
most of the time unless
there
is heavy rain.I have 2
questions: 1. I have heard
that
the lot lay out is bad
feng
shui. Is that true
and if
so
Is there anything I
can I do to
remedy it? 2. Is
the detention
pond
in the
front good or bad? If it
is
badis there anything I can do
to
remedy it?

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