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Dear master Cecil,are bedside tables very important to place beside my bed ? My bedroom has a ceiling height built- in wardrobe exactly at the right side of my bed and study table at the left side of my bed without any space spared betweenand I wonder whether both wardrobe and study table will cause any " sha qi " or poison arrows or not ?
Thanks for your help.


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1. Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui; if the toilet door is next to the master-bed; often a geomancer may advice one to place a bedside table WITH a table lamp.
2. This is symbolic of a "partition" between the bed and the toilet door.
3. Otherwise, there is no issue if no bedside table exists.
4. As mentioned in many of the previous forum message, the edge of any cabinet or wardrope : at 45 degree angle, it pose a "poison arrow".
4.1 And depending on the type of material; it would mean how far the poison arrow extends.
4.2. Thus if the cabinet is made of hardwood; then at 45 degree angle of a corner; the sha qi or poison arrow can be around 2 1/2 feet distance. If the cabinet is of softwood it can be around 1 feet to 2 feet poison arrow.
4.3. But if the corner or edge is a solid wall; then usually the poison arrow extends to a range of 1 metre.
5. Thus try not to have too close a cabinet to the bed.

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On 7/18/2011 1:04:24 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear master Cecil,are
bedside tables very important
to place beside my bed ? My
bedroom has a ceiling height
built- in wardrobe exactly at
the right side of my bed and
study table at the left side
of my bed without any space
spared betweenand I
wonder whether both wardrobe
and study table will cause any
" sha qi " or poison arrows or
not ? Thanks for your help.


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1. Please see attachment.
2. Can you see the marking in RED: "A" aimed towards "B".
3. For example, the corner of a wardrope (edge) has a poison arrow depending on the material of the wardrope. For a normal plywood type of wardrope; the poison arrow RANGE from A to B is approximately 2 feet distance.

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On 7/27/2011 8:37:17 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui; if
the toilet door is next to the
master-bed; often a geomancer may advice
one to place a bedside table WITH a
table lamp. 2. This is symbolic of a
"partition" between the bed and the
toilet door.3. Otherwise, there is no
issue if no bedside table exists.4. As
mentioned in many of the previous forum
message, the edge of any cabinet or
wardrope : at 45 degree angle, it pose a
"poison arrow".4.1 And depending on the
type of material; it would mean how far
the poison arrow extends.4.2. Thus if
the cabinet is made of hardwood; then at
45 degree angle of a corner; the sha qi
or poison arrow can be around 2 1/2 feet
distance. If the cabinet is of softwood
it can be around 1 feet to 2 feet poison
arrow.4.3. But if the corner or edge is
a solid wall; then usually the poison
arrow extends to a range of 1 metre.5.
Thus try not to have too close a cabinet
to the bed. On 7/18/2011 1:04:24 AM,
Khor Kar Joo wrote:
Dear master
Cecil,are
bedside tables very
important
to place beside my bed ?
My
bedroom has a ceiling height
built- in wardrobe exactly at
the right side of my bed and
study table at the left side
of
my bed without any space
spared
betweenand I
wonder whether
both wardrobe
and study table will
cause any
" sha qi " or poison
arrows or
not ? Thanks for your
help.


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Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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In the above example, also if one has a child or toddler, often the child may jump and play on the bed. 

Here, be careful that the child does not hit the head at this sharp corner of the bed. 


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