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myfs_159510    0

Hi there,
i would like to seek your professional advice whether unit 391 or 393 (high level) will have bad feng shui because it is facing the T junction? Basically from my entrance door, i will see the living room window, and have the view of the t junction, hdb, shopping centre, school and reservoir.
I have attached a copy of the BTO plan and the location plan. There will be a temple located on the left too.
Appreciate your kind assistance please.


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Cecil Lee    137

These are some considerations:
1. Usually a home facing a T-junction is meant more for a landed property. And it also depends on how far is the main gate/compound facing the T-junction and/or the main entrance/ windows etc...
2. In this case unit 391 from a conservative Feng Shui is vaguely considered as facing a T-junction. Unit 393 is far unlikely.
3. The test is whether, a run-away vehicle may smash into a home if it goes out of control. And also depends on which country. Since we are a Right-handed country, it may run amok and perhaps considered as a T-junction.
4. But, usually, if there is a large separation or obstacles between the T-junction and the void deck of 391 the better.
5. Higher floors of 391 would normally not be affected... unless bad luck; if a vehicle managed to plough through the void deck pillars and cause the whole stack to fall... unlikely... but maybe a few million to one chance?
6. Often, if one has a visitor in a unit of 391 in a higher floor. And if there are many friends or family members comment on it; then one would feel not so good or upset... this is the main concern here... if so many people give one negative feedback.. one will feel down and out, already.

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On 9/6/2014 11:44:52 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi there,i would like to seek
your professional advice
whether unit 391 or 393 (high
level) will have bad feng shui
because it is facing the T
junction? Basically from my
entrance door, i will see the
living room window, and have
the view of the t junction,
hdb, shopping centre, school
and reservoir.I have
attached a copy of the BTO
plan and the location plan.
There will be a temple located
on the left too.Appreciate
your kind assistance
please.


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Cecil Lee    137

1. In general, it is very rare for such an incidence.
2. Usually, if one is unsure whether a home or stack/unit faces a "T-junction"; one can just sketch out a straight path e.g. in RED and see where the arrow "arrives" at a final destination.
3. In this case, although it is rare, but is a possibility that a run-away vehicle could ram into the void deck area of stack 391. Hopefully, there are more obstacles in front of it like a pillar to support the drop-off porch to slow down or halt the offending vehicle (if any).
4. As I mentioned; in the earlier thread; sometimes, the above may not happen. But, if one receives visitors to the home; and keep on hearing one's visitors sharing their concern that the home is at a T-junction.... after a while, even the owner may feel down and out .... with such "negative" comments. (Psychology in-action).

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On 10/17/2014 11:45:15 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. Usually
a home facing a T-junction is meant more
for a landed property. And it also
depends on how far is the main
gate/compound facing the T-junction
and/or the main entrance/ windows
etc...2. In this case unit 391 from a
conservative Feng Shui is vaguely
considered as facing a T-junction. Unit
393 is far unlikely.3. The test is
whether, a run-away vehicle may smash
into a home if it goes out of control.
And also depends on which country. Since
we are a Right-handed country, it
may run amok and perhaps considered as a
T-junction.4. But, usually, if there is
a large separation or obstacles between
the T-junction and the void deck of 391
the better.5. Higher floors of 391 would
normally not be affected... unless bad
luck; if a vehicle managed to plough
through the void deck pillars and cause
the whole stack to fall... unlikely...
but maybe a few million to one chance?6.
Often, if one has a visitor in a unit of
391 in a higher floor. And if there are
many friends or family members comment
on it; then one would feel not so good
or upset... this is the main concern
here... if so many people give one
negative feedback.. one will feel down
and out, already.On 9/6/2014 11:44:52
AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi there,i would like to seek
your professional advice
whether unit 391 or 393 (high
level) will have bad feng shui
because it is facing the T
junction? Basically from my
entrance door, i will see the
living room window, and have
the view of the t junction,
hdb, shopping centre, school
and reservoir.I have
attached a copy of the BTO
plan and the location plan.
There will be a temple located
on the left too.Appreciate
your kind assistance
please.


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Cecil Lee    137

Please see attachment photo.

In theory, houseNo. 23is considered to be facing a T-junction.

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On 10/17/2014 3:55:46 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. In general, it is very rare for such
an incidence.2. Usually, if one is
unsure whether a home or stack/unit
faces a "T-junction"; one can just
sketch out a straight path e.g. in RED
and see where the arrow "arrives" at a
final destination.3. In this case,
although it is rare, but is a
possibility that a run-away vehicle
could ram into the void deck area of
stack 391. Hopefully, there are more
obstacles in front of it like a pillar
to support the drop-off porch to slow
down or halt the offending vehicle (if
any).4. As I mentioned; in the earlier
thread; sometimes, the above may not
happen. But, if one receives visitors to
the home; and keep on hearing one's
visitors sharing their concern that the
home is at a T-junction.... after a
while, even the owner may feel down and
out .... with such "negative" comments.
(Psychology in-action).On 10/17/2014
11:45:15 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some considerations:1.
Usually
a home facing a T-junction is meant
more
for a landed property. And it also
depends on how far is the main
gate/compound facing the T-junction
and/or the main entrance/ windows
etc...2. In this case unit 391 from
a
conservative Feng Shui is vaguely
considered as facing a T-junction.
Unit
393 is far unlikely.3. The test is
whether, a run-away vehicle may
smash
into a home if it goes out of
control.
And also depends on which country.
Since
we are a Right-handed country,
it
may run amok and perhaps considered
as a
T-junction.4. But, usually, if there
is
a large separation or obstacles
between
the T-junction and the void deck of
391
the better.5. Higher floors of 391
would
normally not be affected... unless
bad
luck; if a vehicle managed to plough
through the void deck pillars and
cause
the whole stack to fall...
unlikely...
but maybe a few million to one
chance?6.
Often, if one has a visitor in a
unit of
391 in a higher floor. And if there
are
many friends or family members
comment
on it; then one would feel not so
good
or upset... this is the main concern
here... if so many people give one
negative feedback.. one will feel
down
and out, already.On 9/6/2014
11:44:52
AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi there,i would like to seek
your professional advice
whether unit 391 or 393 (high
level) will have bad feng shui
because it is facing the T
junction? Basically from my
entrance door, i will see the
living room window, and have
the view of the t junction,
hdb, shopping centre, school
and reservoir.I have
attached a copy of the BTO
plan and the location plan.
There will be a temple located
on the left too.Appreciate
your kind assistance
please.



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Cecil Lee    137

Let's look at the attached onemap.sg.

Although house No. 23 Jalan Terang Bulan is located at a T-junction.

But if one can visualise from the map; the T-junction is just a small dead-end or no-thru road. And this is just a short road. Not enough for any vehicle to gain MUCH speed (if any) on this short-strip of road.

Given this major consideration and the fact that house no. 23 also has brick/cement wall other than it's main gate opening; this house is considered "pretty" safe - from the threat of a fast moving run-away vehicle - which is virtually impossible threat - if any!



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On 5/5/2015 3:45:44 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Please see attachment photo.In theory,
houseNo. 23is considered to
be facing a T-junction.On 10/17/2014
3:55:46 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
1. In
general, it is very rare for such
an
incidence.2. Usually, if one
is
unsure whether a home or
stack/unit
faces a "T-junction"; one
can just
sketch out a straight path
e.g. in RED
and see where the arrow
"arrives" at a
final destination.3.
In this case,
although it is rare,
but is a
possibility that a run-away
vehicle
could ram into the void deck
area of
stack 391. Hopefully, there
are more
obstacles in front of it
like a pillar
to support the drop-off
porch to slow
down or halt the
offending vehicle (if
any).4. As I
mentioned; in the earlier
thread;
sometimes, the above may not
happen.
But, if one receives visitors to
the
home; and keep on hearing
one's
visitors sharing their concern
that the
home is at a T-junction....
after a
while, even the owner may
feel down and
out .... with such
"negative" comments.
(Psychology
in-action).On 10/17/2014
11:45:15 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some
considerations:1.
Usually
a
home facing a T-junction is
meant
more
for a landed
property. And it also
depends on
how far is the main
gate/compound
facing the T-junction
and/or the
main entrance/ windows
etc...2.
In this case unit 391
from
a
conservative Feng Shui
is vaguely
considered as facing a
T-junction.
Unit
393 is far
unlikely.3. The test is
whether,
a run-away vehicle
may
smash
into a home if it
goes out of
control.
And also
depends on which
country.
Since
we are a
Right-handed country,
it
may
run amok and perhaps considered
as
a
T-junction.4. But, usually, if
there
is
a large separation or
obstacles
between
the
T-junction and the void deck
of
391
the better.5. Higher
floors of 391
would
normally
not be affected...
unless
bad
luck; if a vehicle
managed to plough
through the
void deck pillars
and
cause
the whole stack to
fall...
unlikely...
but maybe
a few million to
one
chance?6.
Often, if one
has a visitor in a
unit of
391
in a higher floor. And if
there
are
many friends or
family members
comment
on it;
then one would feel not
so
good
or upset... this is
the main concern
here... if so
many people give one
negative
feedback.. one will
feel
down
and out, already.On
9/6/2014
11:44:52
AM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi there,i
would like to seek
your
professional advice
whether
unit 391 or 393 (high
level)
will have bad feng
shui
because it is facing the
T
junction? Basically from
my
entrance door, i will see
the
living room window, and
have
the view of the t
junction,
hdb, shopping
centre, school
and
reservoir.I
have
attached a copy of the
BTO
plan and the location
plan.
There will be a temple
located
on the left
too.Appreciate
your kind
assistance
please.



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Cecil Lee    137

House no 5 Fidelio Street is at a T-junction and is considered a "bigger" threat than the house no. 23 Jalan Terang Bulan.

Please see attachment



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Cecil Lee    137

Please see attachment.

House no. 22 Tosca Street.

This house no. 22 Tosca Street has built a "buffer" at the house compound. For example, you can see the outline of the house with a generous compound at the location which may be affected by the T-junction.

This house has built a buffer from the T-junction.





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