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Hi, I have consulted my Fengshui Master for my new home, and he had advised to tilt the direction of the main door due to poor direction facing. Is there any alternative other than tilting of door?
No offends to him, but I need to seek a second opinion.
We have followed other instructions given other than tilting of door. Is there really no alternatives except to physically tilt the door?
Hope to have enlightenment soon!

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These are some considerations:
1. Under Flying Star Feng Shui; the facing direction is a concern especially if it falls under "no man's land".
1.1. For example, if the compass reading of the facing direction e.g. some geomancers call it a zone of emptiness e.g. at 337.5 degrees or 22.5 etc.. etc..
1.2. Then, one of the considerations MAY be to tilt the door.
2. Some geomancers require to tilt the door based on "Castle gate" theory. The most well known in Singapore is the Hyatt Hotel (tilting of entrance doors).
2.1. In general; if a home may face an external threat; e.g. a lone lamp post slicing towards the direction of the main door; and if the door is not shifted; then some geomancers say to tilt the door.
3. Other than that, usually, tilting will depend on what is on the geomancer's mind. Thus, in my opinion; you could ask your geomancer his/her rationale for doing so?
4. If the convent is that tilting the door to suit the "breadwinner"; then in Feng Shui; this is temporary as ultimately the facing direction will continue to be so; even if it is tilted to e.g. a West Group breadwinner's better facing direction.

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On 12/10/2013 11:53:12 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi, I have consulted my
Fengshui Master for my new
home, and he had advised to
tilt the direction of the main
door due to poor direction
facing. Is there any
alternative other than tilting
of door?No offends to
him, but I need to seek a
second opinion.We have
followed other instructions
given other than tilting of
door. Is there really no
alternatives except to
physically tilt the door?Hope
to have enlightenment soon!


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Thanks for the response! From my understanding, the fengshui master said that the door direction which is facing southeast is not good for my husband career. He gave us a better direction to lessen the clash. My husband kua is number 7. Our door is not facing any external threat, as we are facing a flat wall.
Basically we are quite reluctant to tilt the door , and is looking for alternatives to overcome the bad direction problem. Some other alternatives I saw online says that we can weaken the bad direction with the opposite element.how true is it? How can I apply to it?
hope to hear from you!

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On 12/12/2013 12:40:05 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. Under
Flying Star Feng Shui; the facing
direction is a concern especially if it
falls under "no man's land".1.1.
For example, if the compass reading of
the facing direction e.g. some
geomancers call it a zone of emptiness
e.g. at 337.5 degrees or 22.5 etc..
etc..1.2. Then, one of the
considerations MAY be to tilt the
door.2. Some geomancers require to tilt
the door based on "Castle gate" theory.
The most well known in Singapore is the
Hyatt Hotel (tilting of entrance
doors).2.1. In general; if a home may
face an external threat; e.g. a lone
lamp post slicing towards the direction
of the main door; and if the door is not
shifted; then some geomancers say to
tilt the door.3. Other than that,
usually, tilting will depend on what is
on the geomancer's mind. Thus, in my
opinion; you could ask your geomancer
his/her rationale for doing so?4. If the
convent is that tilting the door to suit
the "breadwinner"; then in Feng Shui;
this is temporary as ultimately the
facing direction will continue to be so;
even if it is tilted to e.g. a West
Group breadwinner's better facing
direction.On 12/10/2013 11:53:12 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi, I have consulted my
Fengshui Master for my new
home, and he had advised to
tilt the direction of the main
door due to poor direction
facing. Is there any
alternative other than tilting
of door?No offends to
him, but I need to seek a
second opinion.We have
followed other instructions
given other than tilting of
door. Is there really no
alternatives except to
physically tilt the door?Hope
to have enlightenment soon!

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These are further considerations:-
1. Below are various illustrations to show or say that tilting a door especially to change the "facing direction" be it for : Flying Star and maybe what you had mentioned; your FS master's idea based on your Eight House suitability.
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=6&mid=29118&new=%3EHouse%20Hunting%20:%20A%20Lot%20Position%20-%20%3Cem%3EFeng%20Shui%3C/em
2. Usually, Feng Shui is a holistic approach:
http://wiki.geomancy.net/wiki/The_Concept_of_Maximizing_Marks
3. And as a Feng Shui audit has various dimensions:
3.1. Compass School: Flying Star + Eight House and balancing each sector of your home.
3.2. Ba zi e.g. of yourself and family and harmonising it with the home.
4. Hope you understand; especially Para 3. to 3.2. has to be looked at.
5. Other than your geomancer, no one else has done a Feng Shui Triage of your home:

You asked:-
Some other alternatives I saw online says that we can weaken the bad direction with the opposite element.how true is it? How can I apply to it?
6. Difficult to give advice on limited info.

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On 12/13/2013 12:19:30 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Thanks for the response! From my
understanding, the fengshui master said
that the door direction which is facing
southeast is not good for my husband
career. He gave us a better direction to
lessen the clash. My husband kua is
number 7. Our door is not facing any
external threat, as we are facing a flat
wall.Basically we are quite reluctant to
tilt the door , and is looking for
alternatives to overcome the bad
direction problem. Some other
alternatives I saw online says that we
can weaken the bad direction with the
opposite element.how true is it? How can
I apply to it?hope to hear from you! On
12/12/2013 12:40:05 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some considerations:1.
Under
Flying Star Feng Shui; the facing
direction is a concern especially if
it
falls under "no man's
land".1.1.
For example, if the compass reading
of
the facing direction e.g. some
geomancers call it a zone of
emptiness
e.g. at 337.5 degrees or 22.5 etc..
etc..1.2. Then, one of the
considerations MAY be to tilt the
door.2. Some geomancers require to
tilt
the door based on "Castle gate"
theory.
The most well known in Singapore is
the
Hyatt Hotel (tilting of entrance
doors).2.1. In general; if a home
may
face an external threat; e.g. a lone
lamp post slicing towards the
direction
of the main door; and if the door is
not
shifted; then some geomancers say to
tilt the door.3. Other than that,
usually, tilting will depend on what
is
on the geomancer's mind. Thus, in my
opinion; you could ask your
geomancer
his/her rationale for doing so?4. If
the
convent is that tilting the door to
suit
the "breadwinner"; then in Feng
Shui;
this is temporary as ultimately the
facing direction will continue to be
so;
even if it is tilted to e.g. a West
Group breadwinner's better facing
direction.On 12/10/2013 11:53:12 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi, I have consulted my
Fengshui Master for my new
home, and he had advised to
tilt the direction of the main
door due to poor direction
facing. Is there any
alternative other than tilting
of door?No offends to
him, but I need to seek a
second opinion.We have
followed other instructions
given other than tilting of
door. Is there really no
alternatives except to
physically tilt the door?Hope
to have enlightenment soon!


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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