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I have an SAF sword at home, Where to place it at home?

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These are some considerations:
1. Two concepts :
1.1. Pure Common sense
1.2. Symbolism in Feng Shui

1.1. PURE COMMON SENSE
1.1.1. Where possible, swords (are similar) to weapons should not be readily accessible by YOUNG children.
1.1.2. Not very often thieves would walk into the home. But if they do, and if they feel threaten could easily get hold of one of the swords and... the rest may be history
1.2. SYMBOLISM IN FENG SHUI
1.2.1 It is considered inauspicious to display swords e.g. in the living room or family areas or bedrooms.
1.2.2 Here, under symbolism, it may imply quarrels and conflicts.
2. Thus, if one has children at home then either placed higher or locked them up.
3. Overall, common sense says that they could be displayed e.g. in a personal study room.
 

 

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On 5/22/2013 6:10:31 AM, Anonymous wrote:
i have swords at home, where
to place it at home

 

 


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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1. I have regular clients that display their swords.

1.1. Do you know that these swords had been blessed by Ten different religious leaders?

1.2. And in the SAF, it represents three things (PRH):-
a. Power
b. Righteousness
c. Honour

1.3. Displaying it to the recipient is akin to another field = Man or Human Luck.

1.4. Feng Shui is about Earth Luck; Birth or born = Heaven's Luck. This area is about Man or Human Luck - factor.

1.5. Therefore, no issue to display it both horizontally or vertically. But often, horizontally is the most common method of display.

2. For example, a client of mine had changed homes three times. 

3. And his habit is always to PROUDLY display his swords always along the corridor leading into his home.

4. From this, can see that he is very proud of his beginning. 

5. Based on the Holy Trinity of Chinese Luck System... he is applying Man or Human Luck in his life.

6. Summary of The Holy Trinity of Chinese Luck System:
1. Your bazi is considered as Luck from Heaven - often cannot change.
2. Earth Luck or Feng Shui : This is your luck from your home or office environment
3. Human or Man luck : relationship with family members and friends and also about FEELING GOOD.

 


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1) I have attached a photo. On the photo has a sword which i received from the military.  I don't work for the military anymore. I place it on top of the display cabinet i ll be placing in the living room in the new place. Is that location ok?
 
Note: For confidential purposes, the photo will not be shown.

>In fact, contrary to popular belief, many of my current clients (Chinese) are proud of the sword that they receive which symbolises :  Honour / Command / Respect.

>And for the Singapore commissioned officers, this sword is blessed by I forgot how many but all the major religions in Singapore.

>Many are so proud (not Feng Shui) but based on Human or Man Luck factor that a few place it in an enclosed cabinet at the passageway at the main entrance.

>Common sense is that it should be hard to grab. In case a child or a would be robber use it. the wrong way.

>Otherwise, really no issue. Only thing is that it should not face any bedroom door. Thus living room is okay. Not facing the main door.


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