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Dear Mr.Lee,
Thank you very much for all the knowledge that you have imparted to us with regards to feng-shui.i have learned so much from your site. i am currently drafting my house with a limited space(30 sqm).i would like to ask if it is ok to place the septic tank under the kitchen sink or stove in an auspicious or non-auspicious position?if not, what is the feng-shui cure?
Hope to read from you soon.Thanks again.

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1. In my opinion, your question has more to do with common sense than Feng Shui.
2. The concern has more to do with hygiene such as unseen vapours. Anything relating to the "dirty" such as sewerage, septic etc... is considered dirty liquid.
3. Thus of course, if there is a choice, one should not even place be such things within living quarters.
4. Between the devil (the stove) and the deep blue sea (the sink); if one has to really choose where to place the septic tank, then it would have to be furthest away from the STOVE.
4.1 Thus if one really (I mean) really have to choose; then go with the sink area.
5. What happens ifone applys Flying Star Feng Shui?
5.1 A geomancer would always (if possible) ask not to place e.g. the septic tank at an auspicious sector.
5.2 Again, one has to be practical; with a limited space 30sqm.. no choice..... rather go with the sink than the stove. Why?
5.3 From a Feng Shui point of view; the stove represents the fire element and septic belongs to the water element. Fire and Water clash. As compared to the sink (WITH) water.
Ref: Dangers of Underground Water (Unseen vapours)
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24303&new=?iframe=true

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On 5/9/2012 12:48:57 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Mr.Lee,Thank you very
much for all the knowledge
that you have imparted to us
with regards to feng-shui.i
have learned so much from your
site. i am currently drafting
my house with a limited
space(30 sqm).i would like to
ask if it is ok to place the
septic tank under the kitchen
sink or stove in an auspicious
or non-auspicious position?if
not, what is the feng-shui
cure?Hope to read from you
soon.Thanks again.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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1. Often, many Feng Shui concepts have it's origin from pure common sense.
2. From a Feng Shui point of view, take the attached example.
2.1. In some homes for convenience the contractor may run a water pipe close-to or the stove perhaps to install a water pipe to a Fridge that can dispense cold water.
2.2. When we use a stove, often the surrounding space close to some stove may heat up. And what is worse if we run a water pipe e.g. six inches across the stove?
2.3 As most water pipes are made of copper, copper conducts heat easily and the result is that water passing thru would get heated up.
3. In Feng Shui, this is explained as the stove belongs to the fire element. And the water-pipe since it contains water (implies that water is close to the stove) = considered inauspicious.

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On 5/9/2012 7:18:24 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. In my opinion, your question has more
to do with common sense than Feng
Shui.2. The concern has more to do with
hygiene such as unseen vapours. Anything
relating to the "dirty" such as
sewerage, septic etc... is considered
dirty liquid.3. Thus of course, if
there is a choice, one should not even
place be such things within living
quarters.4. Between the devil (the
stove) and the deep blue sea (the sink);
if one has to really choose where to
place the septic tank, then it would
have to be furthest away from the
STOVE.4.1 Thus if one really (I mean)
really have to choose; then go with the
sink area. 5. What happens ifone
applys Flying Star Feng Shui?5.1 A
geomancer would always (if possible) ask
not to place e.g. the septic tank at an
auspicious sector.5.2 Again, one has to
be practical; with a limited space
30sqm.. no choice..... rather go with
the sink than the stove. Why?5.3 From a
Feng Shui point of view; the stove
represents the fire element and septic
belongs to the water element. Fire and
Water clash. As compared to the sink
(WITH) water.Ref: Dangers of Underground
Water (Unseen
vapours)http://forum.geomancy.net/phpfor
um/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24303&new
=?iframe=trueOn 5/9/2012 12:48:57 AM,
Anonymous wrote:
Dear Mr.Lee,Thank
you very
much for all the knowledge
that you have imparted to us
with regards to feng-shui.i
have
learned so much from your
site. i am
currently drafting
my house with a
limited
space(30 sqm).i would like
to
ask if it is ok to place the
septic tank under the kitchen
sink or stove in an auspicious
or non-auspicious position?if
not, what is the feng-shui
cure?Hope to read from you
soon.Thanks again.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Dear Mr. Lee,
Thank you very much for your speedy reply.

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On 5/9/2012 7:36:02 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Often, many Feng Shui concepts have
it's origin from pure common sense.2.
From a Feng Shui point of view, take the
attached example.2.1. In some
homes for convenience the contractor may
run a water pipe close-to or the stove
perhaps to install a water pipe to a
Fridge that can dispense cold
water.2.2. When we use a stove,
often the surrounding space close to
some stove may heat up. And what is
worse if we run a water pipe e.g. six
inches across the stove? 2.3 As most
water pipes are made of copper, copper
conducts heat easily and the result is
that water passing thru would get heated
up.3. In Feng Shui, this is explained as
the stove belongs to the fire element.
And the water-pipe since it contains
water (implies that water is close to
the stove) = considered inauspicious.On
5/9/2012 7:18:24 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1. In my opinion, your question has
more >to do with common sense than
Feng >Shui.2. The concern has more to
do with >hygiene such as unseen
vapours. Anything >relating to the
"dirty" such as >sewerage, septic
etc... is considered >dirty
liquid.3. Thus of course, if
there is a choice, one should not
even >place be such things within
living >quarters.4. Between the devil
(the >stove) and the deep blue sea
(the sink); >if one has to really
choose where to >place the septic
tank, then it would >have to be
furthest away from the >STOVE.4.1
Thus if one really (I mean) >really
have to choose; then go with the
sink area. 5. What happens
ifone >applys Flying Star Feng
Shui?5.1 A >geomancer would always
(if possible) ask >not to place e.g.
the septic tank at an >auspicious
sector.5.2 Again, one has to >be
practical; with a limited space
30sqm.. no choice..... rather go
with >the sink than the stove.
Why?5.3 From a >Feng Shui point of
view; the stove >represents the fire
element and septic >belongs to the
water element. Fire and >Water clash.
As compared to the sink >(WITH)
water.Ref: Dangers of Underground
Water (Unseen
vapours)http://forum.geomancy.net/ph
pfor
um/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24303
&new >=?iframe=trueOn 5/9/2012
12:48:57 AM, >Anonymous wrote:
Dear Mr.Lee,Thank >you very
much for all the knowledge
that you have imparted to us
with regards to feng-shui.i
have >learned so much from your
site. i am >currently drafting
my house with a >limited
space(30 sqm).i would like >to
ask if it is ok to place the
septic tank under the kitchen
sink or stove in an auspicious
or non-auspicious position?if
not, what is the feng-shui
cure?Hope to read from you
soon.Thanks again.

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