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Dear Master Lee,
I am an avid Flying Star FS learner, and was curious to find out something about a house I lived before. I would like to see your readings on this one and opinion on what should be the facing of this house. The House period is 7.
The main entry is a small extended part of the house facing NE (the door). While the terrace side is facing a beautiful lagoon, and another secondary door facing SE (sometimes used to go in/out of the house, if only someone is in the house, it has a latch inside but no lock outside) with a garden and beyond, unused land sloping towards the lagoon.
Thank you for your consideration,
Mir

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These are considerations:
1. Usually, under macro Feng Shui, it is often the frontage rather than : main door entrance facing. Sometimes, the main door entrance matches the frontage. While is fine or OK.
2. From a macro Feng Shui point of view; it is best to understand what is at the South and East facing directions. As highlighted in the "yellow boxes".
3. Just looking at the interior layout and assuming East has sufficient open space; most likely as for now; based purely on as it is; the frontage seems to be East i.e. sitting West FACING East.
3.1 But if East is facing another home or blocked by it; or very dim and dark; then the facing could resort to South or even West. Anybody's guess given the limited "view".

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On 9/20/2013 2:13:02 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am an avid
Flying Star FS learner, and
was curious to find out
something about a house I
lived before. I would like to
see your readings on this one
and opinion on what should be
the facing of this house. The
House period is 7.The main
entry is a small extended part
of the house facing NE (the
door). While the terrace side
is facing a beautiful lagoon,
and another secondary door
facing SE (sometimes used to
go in/out of the house, if
only someone is in the house,
it has a latch inside but no
lock outside) with a garden
and beyond, unused land
sloping towards the lagoon.
Thank you for your
consideration,Mir


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Dear Master Cecil,
thank you for your inputs. As for your queries;
1.
The East side (sorry about the direction indicator, its more towards
the SE, I will attach another google earth picture again) which has 3
large openings, are double doors opening to the covered terrace. It also
has a netting door usually used during the day and night time to keep
out insects and mosquitoes. For the double door in the bedroom, I had
put a desk and a chair so that the child bed in the corner does not have
the feet directly to the door as there would be something in between. We hardly used the 2nd bedroom.

2.
For your circles in pink, the South side, there is a lawn outside.
Underneath, the house is a big garage (mostly used by the landlord to
store old furniture and his household items) that extends all the way
till the end of the living room. The window opposite the main door, we
could see the gate from there, so I had put up a screen as I did not
feel comfortable.

1. Usually, under macro Feng Shui, it is
often the frontage rather than : main door entrance facing. Sometimes,
the main door entrance matches the frontage. While is fine or OK.
2.
From a macro Feng Shui point of view; it is best to understand what is
at the South and East facing directions. As highlighted in the "yellow
boxes".
3. Just looking at the interior layout and assuming East
has sufficient open space; most likely as for now; based purely on as it
is; the frontage seems to be East i.e. sitting West FACING East.
3.1
But if East is facing another home or blocked by it; or very dim and
dark; then the facing could resort to South or even West. Anybody's
guess given the limited "view".
This
side (SE to be more precise) the view is not blocked. The covered
terrace has a very nice view on a landscaped garden and see the lagoon.
The SE facing reading comes to 115.83.
So, can we say the facing is the SE !

Thanks,
Mir

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On 9/20/2013 9:39:30 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are considerations:1. Usually,
under macro Feng Shui, it is often the
frontage rather than : main door
entrance facing. Sometimes, the main
door entrance matches the frontage.
While is fine or OK.2. From a macro Feng
Shui point of view; it is best to
understand what is at the South and East
facing directions. As highlighted in the
"yellow boxes".3. Just looking at the
interior layout and assuming East has
sufficient open space; most likely as
for now; based purely on as it is; the
frontage seems to be East i.e. sitting
West FACING East. 3.1 But if East is
facing another home or blocked by it; or
very dim and dark; then the facing could
resort to South or even West. Anybody's
guess given the limited "view".On
9/20/2013 2:13:02 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am an avid
Flying Star FS learner, and >was
curious to find out >something about
a house I >lived before. I would like
to >see your readings on this one
and opinion on what should be
the facing of this house. The
House period is 7.The main >entry
is a small extended part >of the
house facing NE (the >door). While
the terrace side >is facing a
beautiful lagoon, >and another
secondary door >facing SE (sometimes
used to >go in/out of the house, if
only someone is in the house, >it
has a latch inside but no >lock
outside) with a garden >and beyond,
unused land >sloping towards the
lagoon. >Thank you for your
consideration,Mir

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Dear Master Cecil,
I have put some pictures so you get a better idea, the left view from the terrace (facing the lagoon) is the big banyan tree of the neighbor's house.
The landscaped garden was fenced by the landlord for security reasons, and you can see a small gate on the left.
Great ! Now I just realized that there was an antenna dish pointing somewhere at the middle of the house !
The mango tree is on the corner of the terrace (right side, where the stairs to the double door is).
Regards,
Mir

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Wow! SE has such a magnificent view! In Singapore, we call it a "million" dollar view to "die for"...
You wrote: "So, can we say the facing is the SE !"

Looks like it-

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On 9/20/2013 11:35:16 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Cecil,thank you
for your inputs. As for your
queries;1.
The East side (sorry about the
direction indicator, its more
towards
the SE, I will attach another
google earth picture again)
which has 3
large openings, are double
doors opening to the covered
terrace. It also
has a netting door usually
used during the day and night
time to keep
out insects and mosquitoes.
For the double door in the
bedroom, I had
put a desk and a chair so that
the child bed in the corner
does not have
the feet directly to the door
as there would be something in
between. We hardly used the
2nd bedroom.2.
For your circles in pink, the
South side, there is a lawn
outside.
Underneath, the house is a big
garage (mostly used by the
landlord to
store old furniture and his
household items) that extends
all the way
till the end of the living
room. The window opposite the
main door, we
could see the gate from there,
so I had put up a screen as I
did not
feel comfortable.1. Usually,
under macro Feng Shui, it is
often the frontage rather than
: main door entrance facing.
Sometimes,
the main door entrance matches
the frontage. While is fine or
OK.2.
From a macro Feng Shui point
of view; it is best to
understand what is
at the South and East facing
directions. As highlighted in
the "yellow
boxes".3. Just looking at the
interior layout and assuming
East
has sufficient open space;
most likely as for now; based
purely on as it
is; the frontage seems to be
East i.e. sitting West FACING
East. 3.1
But if East is facing another
home or blocked by it; or very
dim and
dark; then the facing could
resort to South or even West.
Anybody's
guess given the limited
"view".This
side (SE to be more precise)
the view is not blocked. The
covered
terrace has a very nice view on a
landscaped garden and see the lagoon.
The SE facing reading comes to
115.83.So, can we say the facing is the
SE !Thanks,MirOn 9/20/2013 9:39:30 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
These are considerations:1. Usually,
under macro Feng Shui, it is often
the
frontage rather than : main door
entrance facing. Sometimes, the main
door entrance matches the frontage.
While is fine or OK.2. From a macro
Feng
Shui point of view; it is best to
understand what is at the South and
East
facing directions. As highlighted in
the
"yellow boxes".3. Just looking at
the
interior layout and assuming East
has
sufficient open space; most likely
as
for now; based purely on as it is;
the
frontage seems to be East i.e.
sitting
West FACING East. 3.1 But if East is
facing another home or blocked by
it; or
very dim and dark; then the facing
could
resort to South or even West.
Anybody's
guess given the limited "view".On
9/20/2013 2:13:02 AM, Anonymous
wrote:
Dear Master Lee,I am an avid
Flying Star FS learner, and
was
curious to find out
something
about
a house I
lived before. I would
like
to
see your readings on this one
and opinion on what should be
the facing of this house. The
House period is 7.The main
entry
is a small extended part
of the
house facing NE (the
door).
While
the terrace side
is facing a
beautiful lagoon,
and another
secondary door
facing SE
(sometimes
used to
go in/out of the house,
if
only someone is in the house,
it
has a latch inside but no
lock
outside) with a garden
and
beyond,
unused land
sloping towards the
lagoon.
Thank you for your
consideration,Mir


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Dear Master Cecil,
I do agree that the
view is a spectacular one when the sun is shiny and there are pretty
clouds, but it can get cold, wet and very humid during the rainy, windy
or hurricane seasons. But during the different seasons, we enjoyed the
fruits from the garden, banana, papaya, mango and avocados plentiful
The terrace is very nice during the late afternoons and sunsets as long as you are protected from the mosquitoes.
So
finally I take the SE1 as facing, can you see some bad things for such a
nice place, I am really piqued to know your thoughts on the FS chart
below;
SE1 facing
.........S........
967 422 249
158 876 694
513 331 785
.........N........
513 falls in the main bedroom; 876 is both the dining and study desk, 249 is the kitchen area.
Some points to note;
1.
The entry door seems to be a protrusion from the house. Do I take the
protruded part of the main entry, and also the terrace into the FS
map/chart ?
2. The whole house has wooden ceiling beams, house is
made of wood to keep it light for making it hurricane and earthquake
proof.
3. There is a storage/garage room underneath the house only
till the distance (end) of the living room, beyond that is the earth
indicating the sloping difference in the entire construction of the
house.
4. There is a satellite parabola in the garden near the middle
of the terrace and is pointing someplace vaguely in between and up
towards the whole house.
Thanks

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Thank you Master Cecil, will read on similar case studies through the Search.

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