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Cecil Lee

Shapes & Forms: Poison Arrows - Sha Qi

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Many of us can so easily spot poison arrows!
Those circled in RED in the three photos may pose a threat to near-by neighbours who are of the same height as these poison arrows.
However,just looking down on thesecircled objects or roofs does not mean that it can be a threat.
For example; if the poison arrow in the form of a triangular roofisat "16 storey" high; then a near-by buildingof the same height and have openings facing the triangular roof would be affected by the sha-qi.


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Location: Punggol Central ( 7 year old HDB flat)
Did you manage to see the sharp corner of the 90 degree corridor wall aimed towards a specific unit?
Can you see the owner (tenant) of the unit placing a ba gua mirror with a conVEX mirror to deflect this poison arrow or sha qi...



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To make absolutely sure that it is not a poison arrow, often follow the floor tile to the main door.
If it does not "touch" or any way seem to slice towards the main door; it is not a poison arrow - even if it looks like it.
Please check out these illustrations.

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On 10/3/2011 11:26:41 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Location: Punggol Central ( 7
year old HDB flat)Did you
manage to see the sharp corner
of the 90 degree corridor wall
aimed towards a specific
unit?Can you see the owner
(tenant) of the unit placing a
ba gua mirror with a conVEX
mirror to deflect this poison
arrow or sha qi...


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Feng Shui comprises two major schools:


1. Shapes and Forms Feng Shui
2. Compass School Feng Shui


Do you know that Shapes and Forms Feng Shui appeals more to those who are more of a Right Brain person.

Under the Left and Right Brain Theory, those who are more of a right brain inclined person are best at spatial and better at expressive and creative tasks. And more likely to "pick" up easier on Shapes and Forms Feng Shui.


For example, a person who is more into the "arts" would be better off at studying History, Literature, Law, Commerce. And if enrolled in an ivy league school could go to Harvard.


While a person who is more "mathematical inclined" would fit better with courses in Maths, Chemistry and Physics and more at home in MIT.


Thus, those who feel right at home with Compass School of Feng Shui are usually more Left Brain inclined person.

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On 10/22/2012 7:42:58 AM, Anonymous wrote:
To make absolutely sure that it is not a
poison arrow, often follow the floor
tile to the main door.If it does not
"touch" or any way seem to slice towards
the main door; it is not a poison arrow
- even if it looks like it.Please check
out these illustrations. On 10/3/2011
11:26:41 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Location: Punggol Central ( 7
year old HDB flat)Did you
manage
to see the sharp corner
of the 90
degree corridor wall
aimed towards a
specific
unit?Can you see the owner
(tenant) of the unit placing a
ba gua mirror with a conVEX
mirror to deflect this poison
arrow or sha qi...


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Left brain and Flying Star Feng Shui.

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On 3/8/2013 1:25:35 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui comprises two major
schools:
1. Shapes and Forms Feng
Shui2. Compass School Feng
Shui
Do you know that Shapes and
Forms Feng Shui appeals more
to those who are more of a
Right Brain person.Under
the Left and Right Brain
Theory, those who are more of
a right brain inclined person
are best at spatial and better
at expressive and creative
tasks. And more likely to
"pick" up easier on Shapes and
Forms Feng Shui.
For example, a person who is
more into the "arts" would be
better off at studying
History, Literature, Law,
Commerce. And if enrolled in
an ivy league school could go
to Harvard.
While a person who is more
"mathematical inclined" would
fit better with courses in
Maths, Chemistry and Physics
and more at home in MIT.
Thus, those who feel right at home with
Compass School of Feng Shui are usually
more Left Brain inclined person.On
10/22/2012 7:42:58 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
To make absolutely sure that it is
not a
poison arrow, often follow the
floor
tile to the main door.If it
does not
"touch" or any way seem to
slice towards
the main door; it is
not a poison arrow
- even if it
looks like it.Please check
out these
illustrations. On 10/3/2011
11:26:41
PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Location:
Punggol Central ( 7
year old HDB
flat)Did you
manage
to see the
sharp corner
of the 90
degree
corridor wall
aimed towards a
specific
unit?Can you see the
owner
(tenant) of the unit
placing a
ba gua mirror with a
conVEX
mirror to deflect this
poison
arrow or sha qi...


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Shapes and Forms Feng Shui appeals more towards one who is inclined to a "right" brain person.

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On 3/8/2013 1:50:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Left brain and Flying Star Feng Shui.On
3/8/2013 1:25:35 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Feng Shui comprises two major
schools: >1. Shapes and Forms
Feng >Shui2. Compass School Feng
Shui >Do you know that Shapes and
Forms Feng Shui appeals more >to
those who are more of a >Right Brain
person.Under >the Left and
Right Brain >Theory, those who are
more of >a right brain inclined
person >are best at spatial and
better >at expressive and creative
tasks. And more likely to >"pick"
up easier on Shapes and >Forms Feng
Shui. >For example, a person who is
more into the "arts" would be
better off at studying >History,
Literature, Law, >Commerce. And if
enrolled in >an ivy league school
could go >to Harvard. >While a
person who is more >"mathematical
inclined" would >fit better with
courses in >Maths, Chemistry and
Physics >and more at home in MIT.
Thus, those who feel right at home
with >Compass School of Feng Shui are
usually >more Left Brain inclined
person.On >10/22/2012 7:42:58 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote: >>To make
absolutely sure that it is >not a
poison arrow, often follow the
floor >tile to the main door.If
it >does not >"touch" or any way
seem to >slice towards >the main
door; it is >not a poison arrow >-
even if it >looks like it.Please
check >out these >illustrations.
On 10/3/2011 >11:26:41 >PM, Cecil
Lee wrote: >>Location: >Punggol
Central ( 7 >>year old HDB
flat)Did you >manage >to see
the >sharp corner >of the 90
degree >corridor wall >aimed
towards a >>specific >unit?Can
you see the >owner >>(tenant)
of the unit >placing a >>ba gua
mirror with a >conVEX >>mirror
to deflect this >poison >>arrow
or sha qi...


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Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui; it is good to stand at a home's opening such as an open window or balcony.

 

To check for threats such as a sharp corner of a neighbour's building (IF ANY).

 

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On 7/17/2014 9:06:58 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Shapes and Forms Feng Shui appeals more
towards one who is inclined to a "right"
brain person.On 3/8/2013 1:50:08 PM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
Left brain and Flying Star Feng
Shui.On
3/8/2013 1:25:35 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Feng Shui comprises two major
schools:
1. Shapes and Forms
Feng
Shui2. Compass School Feng
Shui
Do you know that Shapes
and
Forms Feng Shui appeals more
to
those who are more of a
Right
Brain
person.Under
the Left and
Right Brain
Theory, those who
are
more of
a right brain inclined
person
are best at spatial and
better
at expressive and
creative
tasks. And more likely to
"pick"
up easier on Shapes and
Forms
Feng
Shui.
For example, a person who
is
more into the "arts" would be
better off at studying
History,
Literature, Law,
Commerce. And
if
enrolled in
an ivy league school
could go
to Harvard.
While a
person who is more
"mathematical
inclined" would
fit better with
courses in
Maths, Chemistry and
Physics
and more at home in MIT.
Thus, those who feel right at
home
with
Compass School of Feng Shui
are
usually
more Left Brain inclined
person.On
10/22/2012 7:42:58 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
To make
absolutely sure that it is
not a
poison arrow, often follow the
floor
tile to the main
door.If
it
does not
"touch" or any
way
seem to
slice towards
the
main
door; it is
not a poison arrow
-
even if it
looks like it.Please
check
out these
illustrations.
On 10/3/2011
11:26:41
PM,
Cecil
Lee wrote:
Location:
Punggol
Central ( 7
year old HDB
flat)Did you
manage
to
see
the
sharp corner
of the 90
degree
corridor wall
aimed
towards a
specific
unit?Can
you see the
owner
(tenant)
of the unit
placing a
ba
gua
mirror with a
conVEX
mirror
to deflect this
poison
arrow
or sha qi...

poison_arrow_corner.jpg

sharp_corners.jpg

poison_arrow_corner(1).jpg


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