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Hi!
I just came to know about your website, thru my Bro, regarding The Terrace @ Punggol.
i noticed you also have other interesting views on other EC, but none on WaterWoods
Would sincerely appreciate if you could give some views on WaterWoods @ Punggol, about the project and layout for 4bedder
And also the name WaterWoods, will it in anyway affect or benefit one whose life has too much or lack of any of the elements?
Thanks in advance for your time.
Yours sincerely,
FiFi

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This WaterWoods EC reminds me of a "past" condo: The rivervale crest condo: http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new=
In my opinion, if the swimming pool is "fully enclosed" in this case Waterwoods EC; one may have to be concerned of the evaporated "water" from the swimming pool.
Here, in a sunny situation, a strong sun that rises in the east will "evaporate" the (dirty) pool water. The good news is that unlike the Rivervale crest condo which is only surrounded by three sides; which gave the sun a maximum many hours to "evaporate" the pool.
Here, for this development, as there are two blocks : one in the east and west; hopefully, the evaporation from the pool is not "severe". If not, usually does staying in lower floors and depending on the wind conditions, may "blow" such dirty chemical laden water into some of the homes. This is so, if a few windows are opened. And if one has young children staying in such units. Most likely, may have some health concerns esp. lungs for some period of time.
Thus, although as much as we like to see "water"; often, at least many developments are either horse-shoe shaped and at one side; there is an opening. If one has the time can search for "The Tropica" on the top left frame of this forum search function.

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On 11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Please refer to attached illustration.
1. Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe sharing the the same wall as Bedroom 4. As the sewerage pipe shares the same wall as bedroom 4; try to avoid positioning the bed-head too close to this wall or sleep on the floor with head next to the WC.
2. If the kitchen door is opened; The kitchen table-top and stove are in full view of the main entrance door.
3. The wall between master bedroom and bedroom 2 is most likely using a thin dry-wall; take extra care of not hanging the TV set too close to the bed-head. As most TV sets (a specific area) has high EMF radiation. This depends on the size, the brand and design of a TV set etc...
More:
4. In addition, the dining table and living room positions are rarely this way in most developments.
4.1. One can understand the need to place the dining table closest to the kitchen / kitchen entrance area. This is a plus point.
4.2 But again, as this has more to do with common sense: when we walk into a place or home; our first impression is based on "first looks".
4.3. Thus, if the kitchen area is piled up high of "you know what" and if the dining table is also piled high with another "you know what"..... one may literally PUKE when entering or reluctant entering such a home. "First-impressions counts". Thus this would not be possible or less likely to see "rubblish - if any piled" that high if this was the living room TV / sofa area.

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On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM, Anonymous wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds me of a
"past" condo: The rivervale crest condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/artic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new=In my
opinion, if the swimming pool is "fully
enclosed" in this case Waterwoods EC;
one may have to be concerned of the
evaporated "water" from the swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny situation, a
strong sun that rises in the east will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool water. The
good news is that unlike the Rivervale
crest condo which is only surrounded by
three sides; which gave the sun a
maximum many hours to "evaporate" the
pool.Here, for this development, as
there are two blocks : one in the east
and west; hopefully, the evaporation
from the pool is not "severe". If not,
usually does staying in lower floors and
depending on the wind conditions, may
"blow" such dirty chemical laden water
into some of the homes. This is so, if a
few windows are opened. And if one has
young children staying in such units.
Most likely, may have some health
concerns esp. lungs for some period of
time.Thus, although as much as we like
to see "water"; often, at least many
developments are either horse-shoe
shaped and at one side; there is an
opening. If one has the time can search
for "The Tropica" on the top left frame
of this forum search function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Frankly, what's in a name is highly subjective.
If one is concerned with this EC's name "Waterwoods"; then most likely the person may equally be concerned with a host of other development names.
For example; as recent as a year or two ago; some developments that are close-to the Bedok Reservoir has names like: Waterfront waves, waterfront gold, waterfront key; waterfront isle and a nearby development to it named: Baywater.
It is a reality in life that some developments are named close to a certain feature e.g. My waterway in Punggol.
There is no right or wrong answer, here.
One can argue whether such name(s) are detrimental to say a weak fire person or a strong water person or a strong wood person. If one certainly is too concerned with this or has grave doubts then skip this development.
Or just maybe, go fly with "Firefly" airlines if so....
Or for those who lack fire; can ask the government to name a certain HDB BTO " HDB Firefly glow" estate. Hmmm.. how about that?

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On 11/29/2014 3:30:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Please refer to attached illustration.1.
Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe sharing the
the same wall as Bedroom 4. As the
sewerage pipe shares the same wall as
bedroom 4; try to avoid positioning the
bed-head too close to this wall or sleep
on the floor with head next to the WC.2.
If the kitchen door is opened; The
kitchen table-top and stove are in full
view of the main entrance door.3. The
wall between master bedroom and bedroom
2 is most likely using a thin dry-wall;
take extra care of not hanging the TV
set too close to the bed-head. As most
TV sets (a specific area) has high EMF
radiation. This depends on the size, the
brand and design of a TV set
etc...More:4. In addition, the dining
table and living room positions are
rarely this way in most
developments.4.1. One can understand the
need to place the dining table closest
to the kitchen / kitchen entrance area.
This is a plus point.4.2 But again, as
this has more to do with common sense:
when we walk into a place or home; our
first impression is based on "first
looks".4.3. Thus, if the kitchen area is
piled up high of "you know what" and if
the dining table is also piled high with
another "you know what"..... one may
literally PUKE when entering or
reluctant entering such a home.
"First-impressions counts". Thus this
would not be possible or less likely to
see "rubblish - if any piled" that high
if this was the living room TV / sofa
area.On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds me of a
"past" condo: The rivervale crest
condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/a
rtic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new=In
my
opinion, if the swimming pool is
"fully
enclosed" in this case Waterwoods
EC;
one may have to be concerned of the
evaporated "water" from the swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny situation, a
strong sun that rises in the east
will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool water.
The
good news is that unlike the
Rivervale
crest condo which is only surrounded
by
three sides; which gave the sun a
maximum many hours to "evaporate"
the
pool.Here, for this development, as
there are two blocks : one in the
east
and west; hopefully, the evaporation
from the pool is not "severe". If
not,
usually does staying in lower floors
and
depending on the wind conditions,
may
"blow" such dirty chemical laden
water
into some of the homes. This is so,
if a
few windows are opened. And if one
has
young children staying in such
units.
Most likely, may have some health
concerns esp. lungs for some period
of
time.Thus, although as much as we
like
to see "water"; often, at least many
developments are either horse-shoe
shaped and at one side; there is an
opening. If one has the time can
search
for "The Tropica" on the top left
frame
of this forum search
function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net
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Hi Cecil,
Thank you so much for your prompt reply.
Seems like for Bedroom4 both the wall shares the same wall as the sewage pipe.
In this case would it be advisable for me to use it as a study room instead?
Thanks and Regards.

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On 11/29/2014 3:30:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Please refer to attached illustration.1.
Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe sharing the
the same wall as Bedroom 4. As the
sewerage pipe shares the same wall as
bedroom 4; try to avoid positioning the
bed-head too close to this wall or sleep
on the floor with head next to the WC.2.
If the kitchen door is opened; The
kitchen table-top and stove are in full
view of the main entrance door.3. The
wall between master bedroom and bedroom
2 is most likely using a thin dry-wall;
take extra care of not hanging the TV
set too close to the bed-head. As most
TV sets (a specific area) has high EMF
radiation. This depends on the size, the
brand and design of a TV set
etc...More:4. In addition, the dining
table and living room positions are
rarely this way in most
developments.4.1. One can understand the
need to place the dining table closest
to the kitchen / kitchen entrance area.
This is a plus point.4.2 But again, as
this has more to do with common sense:
when we walk into a place or home; our
first impression is based on "first
looks".4.3. Thus, if the kitchen area is
piled up high of "you know what" and if
the dining table is also piled high with
another "you know what"..... one may
literally PUKE when entering or
reluctant entering such a home.
"First-impressions counts". Thus this
would not be possible or less likely to
see "rubblish - if any piled" that high
if this was the living room TV / sofa
area.On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds me of a
"past" condo: The rivervale crest
condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/a
rtic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new=In
my
opinion, if the swimming pool is
"fully
enclosed" in this case Waterwoods
EC;
one may have to be concerned of the
evaporated "water" from the swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny situation, a
strong sun that rises in the east
will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool water.
The
good news is that unlike the
Rivervale
crest condo which is only surrounded
by
three sides; which gave the sun a
maximum many hours to "evaporate"
the
pool.Here, for this development, as
there are two blocks : one in the
east
and west; hopefully, the evaporation
from the pool is not "severe". If
not,
usually does staying in lower floors
and
depending on the wind conditions,
may
"blow" such dirty chemical laden
water
into some of the homes. This is so,
if a
few windows are opened. And if one
has
young children staying in such
units.
Most likely, may have some health
concerns esp. lungs for some period
of
time.Thus, although as much as we
like
to see "water"; often, at least many
developments are either horse-shoe
shaped and at one side; there is an
opening. If one has the time can
search
for "The Tropica" on the top left
frame
of this forum search
function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi
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Did you notice that for this bedroom, both sides of the wall are "surrounded" by the WC?Please see attachment.
Frankly, in my opinion, not a major concern if one were to sleep e.g. on the floor with the head too close to the "sewerage-pipe" zone.
So long as the head is away from the wall is safest. Thus in the attached illustration, if a single bed is used, can even be as shown in the illustration. Or in the original layout where the queen bed is. Should also be fine as the head-noise-mouth is far away from the wall.
Below is a past article of a village in Germany. In this village, the flooring is usually wood and not concrete. But just to share that in their situation, they found higher incidence of cancer with people sleeping directly above a sewerage pipe system.
Recently, a sewerage line broke in a relatively new HDB estate. And in the past, I have seen the paint flaking from the opposite side of the wall where the WC sewerage pipe shared the same wall.
In the last resort, say using creative thinking: one could even consider "exterior paint" as these have a higher tolerance for retaining moisture on a wall painted with such a paint. Again, some may say that this is an over-kill. If one does not say sleep at the same level of the sewerage pipe + sleep with face towards the wall.
Reference :http://online.geomancy.net/public/code/html-all-generic?ID1=4|Kj1O1Kj1jV1VOD|EZJJNGXXSSHWPZHt|gahfhgaha1h1f2|0|0|0|0|&lang=0&ref=&db=0&tpl=login-myadviser&z=1

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On 11/29/2014 10:36:03 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,Thank you so much for your
prompt reply.Seems like for Bedroom4
both the wall shares the same wall as
the sewage pipe.In this case would it be
advisable for me to use it as a study
room instead?Thanks and Regards.On
11/29/2014 3:30:08 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Please refer to attached
illustration.1.
Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe sharing
the
the same wall as Bedroom 4. As the
sewerage pipe shares the same wall
as
bedroom 4; try to avoid positioning
the
bed-head too close to this wall or
sleep
on the floor with head next to the
WC.2.
If the kitchen door is opened; The
kitchen table-top and stove are in
full
view of the main entrance door.3.
The
wall between master bedroom and
bedroom
2 is most likely using a thin
dry-wall;
take extra care of not hanging the
TV
set too close to the bed-head. As
most
TV sets (a specific area) has high
EMF
radiation. This depends on the size,
the
brand and design of a TV set
etc...More:4. In addition, the
dining
table and living room positions are
rarely this way in most
developments.4.1. One can understand
the
need to place the dining table
closest
to the kitchen / kitchen entrance
area.
This is a plus point.4.2 But again,
as
this has more to do with common
sense:
when we walk into a place or home;
our
first impression is based on "first
looks".4.3. Thus, if the kitchen
area is
piled up high of "you know what" and
if
the dining table is also piled high
with
another "you know what"..... one may
literally PUKE when entering or
reluctant entering such a home.
"First-impressions counts". Thus
this
would not be possible or less likely
to
see "rubblish - if any piled" that
high
if this was the living room TV /
sofa
area.On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds me of
a
"past" condo: The rivervale
crest
condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpfor
um/a
rtic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new
=In
my
opinion, if the swimming pool is
"fully
enclosed" in this case
Waterwoods
EC;
one may have to be concerned of
the
evaporated "water" from the
swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny
situation, a
strong sun that rises in the
east
will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool
water.
The
good news is that unlike the
Rivervale
crest condo which is only
surrounded
by
three sides; which gave the sun
a
maximum many hours to
"evaporate"
the
pool.Here, for this development,
as
there are two blocks : one in
the
east
and west; hopefully, the
evaporation
from the pool is not "severe".
If
not,
usually does staying in lower
floors
and
depending on the wind
conditions,
may
"blow" such dirty chemical laden
water
into some of the homes. This is
so,
if a
few windows are opened. And if
one
has
young children staying in such
units.
Most likely, may have some
health
concerns esp. lungs for some
period
of
time.Thus, although as much as
we
like
to see "water"; often, at least
many
developments are either
horse-shoe
shaped and at one side; there is
an
opening. If one has the time can
search
for "The Tropica" on the top
left
frame
of this forum search
function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in
anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks
in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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1. Water positions especially in a development e.g. swimming pools or even fish ponds in condominiums are not exactly clean - clear "drinking water condition".
2. Of course, when swimming, taking in a few drops of water or urinated water thanks to those who "relief" themselves in the pool are not exactly clean.
3. Thus, it is good that developers consider where is the East - West sun and also try to leave sufficient gaps to allow air to circulate the inner perimeter of a development.
3.1 For example we have seen that the pool(s) of Waterwoods EC is very much enclosed. And my concern of : 1. lower floor units 2. depending on the wind flow 3. if one is the few who opens the balcony windows and bedrooms while others slam-shut theirs.
3.2 Hopefully, the evaporated "water" from the pools do not saturate into that unit.
3.3 And may cause some irritation especially to younger children's respiratory or lungs. (Instead of breathing in fresh air; one breathes in air saturated with chorine and other chemicals + maybe some urine from people who deposit them in the pool etc..
3.4 May be this is an exaggeration... my apologies - I believe so.
4. In the attachment: The recently TOP Eight Court Yards also have "water" or pools surrounded tightly by many blocks of apartments. Lets' hope that the pool can be refreshed properly.
5. Contrast this to it's neighbours: Yishun Sapphire and Yishun Emerald. Where there are sufficient large gaps especially on it's west side to allow air to flow more easily into and out of the development.

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On 11/30/2014 7:34:03 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Did you notice that for this bedroom,
both sides of the wall are "surrounded"
by the WC?Please see
attachment.Frankly, in my opinion, not a
major concern if one were to sleep e.g.
on the floor with the head too close to
the "sewerage-pipe" zone.So long
as the head is away from the wall is
safest. Thus in the attached
illustration, if a single bed is used,
can even be as shown in the
illustration. Or in the original layout
where the queen bed is. Should also be
fine as the head-noise-mouth is far away
from the wall.Below is a past article of
a village in Germany. In this village,
the flooring is usually wood and not
concrete. But just to share that in
their situation, they found higher
incidence of cancer with people sleeping
directly above a sewerage pipe
system.Recently, a sewerage line
broke in a relatively new HDB estate.
And in the past, I have seen the paint
flaking from the opposite side of the
wall where the WC sewerage pipe shared
the same wall.In the last resort,
say using creative thinking: one could
even consider "exterior paint" as these
have a higher tolerance for retaining
moisture on a wall painted with such a
paint. Again, some may say that this is
an over-kill. If one does not say sleep
at the same level of the sewerage pipe +
sleep with face towards the
wall.Reference
:http://online.geomancy.net/public
/code/html-all-generic?ID1=4|Kj1O1Kj1jV1
VOD|EZJJNGXXSSHWPZHt|gahfhgaha1h1f2|0|0|
0|0|&lang=0&ref=&db=0&tpl=login-myadvise
r&z=1On 11/29/2014 10:36:03 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,Thank you so much for your
prompt reply.Seems like for Bedroom4
both the wall shares the same wall
as
the sewage pipe.In this case would
it be
advisable for me to use it as a
study
room instead?Thanks and Regards.On
11/29/2014 3:30:08 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Please refer to attached
illustration.1.
Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe
sharing
the
the same wall as Bedroom 4. As
the
sewerage pipe shares the same
wall
as
bedroom 4; try to avoid
positioning
the
bed-head too close to this wall
or
sleep
on the floor with head next to
the
WC.2.
If the kitchen door is opened;
The
kitchen table-top and stove are
in
full
view of the main entrance
door.3.
The
wall between master bedroom and
bedroom
2 is most likely using a thin
dry-wall;
take extra care of not hanging
the
TV
set too close to the bed-head.
As
most
TV sets (a specific area) has
high
EMF
radiation. This depends on the
size,
the
brand and design of a TV set
etc...More:4. In addition, the
dining
table and living room positions
are
rarely this way in most
developments.4.1. One can
understand
the
need to place the dining table
closest
to the kitchen / kitchen
entrance
area.
This is a plus point.4.2 But
again,
as
this has more to do with common
sense:
when we walk into a place or
home;
our
first impression is based on
"first
looks".4.3. Thus, if the kitchen
area is
piled up high of "you know what"
and
if
the dining table is also piled
high
with
another "you know what"..... one
may
literally PUKE when entering or
reluctant entering such a home.
"First-impressions counts". Thus
this
would not be possible or less
likely
to
see "rubblish - if any piled"
that
high
if this was the living room TV /
sofa
area.On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM,
Cecil
Lee
wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds
me of
a
"past" condo: The rivervale
crest
condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/ph
pfor
um/a
rtic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332
&new
=In
my
opinion, if the swimming
pool is
"fully
enclosed" in this case
Waterwoods
EC;
one may have to be concerned
of
the
evaporated "water" from the
swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny
situation, a
strong sun that rises in the
east
will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool
water.
The
good news is that unlike the
Rivervale
crest condo which is only
surrounded
by
three sides; which gave the
sun
a
maximum many hours to
"evaporate"
the
pool.Here, for this
development,
as
there are two blocks : one
in
the
east
and west; hopefully, the
evaporation
from the pool is not
"severe".
If
not,
usually does staying in
lower
floors
and
depending on the wind
conditions,
may
"blow" such dirty chemical
laden
water
into some of the homes. This
is
so,
if a
few windows are opened. And
if
one
has
young children staying in
such
units.
Most likely, may have some
health
concerns esp. lungs for some
period
of
time.Thus, although as much
as
we
like
to see "water"; often, at
least
many
developments are either
horse-shoe
shaped and at one side;
there is
an
opening. If one has the time
can
search
for "The Tropica" on the top
left
frame
of this forum search
function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM,
Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came to
know
about your website, thru
my
Bro, regarding The
Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you
also
have other interesting
views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if
you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol,
about
the project and layout
for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in
anyway
affect or benefit one
whose
life has too much or
lack of
any of the
elements?Thanks
in
advance for your
time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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More on You wrote: "And also the name WaterWoods, will it in anyway affect or benefit one whose life has too much or lack of any of the elements?"
Please see attachment. How nice if all of us could live in "Bullion Park" condo. If so, it sound like we could have lots of bullions: hopefully ingots or bullions full of gold ... and lots of it.
However, for some, it sucks! Hey! I am a weak wood person! I can't be staying in a place full of bullions = metal! Metal element is detrimental to me? How? Give that unit of yours to a person who lacks lots of metal? What do you think?
Other than repercussions; what happens if our development is called: Billionaires condo or The Billionaires or Tycoon Park? Instead of say getting rich; one or one's loved ones may be a target for kidnappers... Instead of more money ... more sorrows.... ... some food for thought!-

Quote
On 11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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Hi Cecil,
With regards to #2: Kitchen door is opened; The kitchen table-top and stove are in full view of the main entrance door...
Is there any way how we can overcome these? In fact most if not all of the new developments are design with such layout.
Yes probably there'll be a sliding door but like what you've mentioned how often we'll keep it closed, at most only when cooking.
And I was also told try not to put fire (stove) and water (fridge/sink) close by.
However in this layout where the fridge is opp the stove, does it matter?
If so how can we overcome this
Thanks a lot

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On 11/29/2014 3:30:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Please refer to attached illustration.1.
Bath 2 - WC/ sewerage pipe sharing the
the same wall as Bedroom 4. As the
sewerage pipe shares the same wall as
bedroom 4; try to avoid positioning the
bed-head too close to this wall or sleep
on the floor with head next to the WC.2.
If the kitchen door is opened; The
kitchen table-top and stove are in full
view of the main entrance door.3. The
wall between master bedroom and bedroom
2 is most likely using a thin dry-wall;
take extra care of not hanging the TV
set too close to the bed-head. As most
TV sets (a specific area) has high EMF
radiation. This depends on the size, the
brand and design of a TV set
etc...More:4. In addition, the dining
table and living room positions are
rarely this way in most
developments.4.1. One can understand the
need to place the dining table closest
to the kitchen / kitchen entrance area.
This is a plus point.4.2 But again, as
this has more to do with common sense:
when we walk into a place or home; our
first impression is based on "first
looks".4.3. Thus, if the kitchen area is
piled up high of "you know what" and if
the dining table is also piled high with
another "you know what"..... one may
literally PUKE when entering or
reluctant entering such a home.
"First-impressions counts". Thus this
would not be possible or less likely to
see "rubblish - if any piled" that high
if this was the living room TV / sofa
area.On 11/29/2014 3:01:01 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
This WaterWoods EC reminds me of a
"past" condo: The rivervale crest
condo:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/a
rtic
le.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=24332&new=In
my
opinion, if the swimming pool is
"fully
enclosed" in this case Waterwoods
EC;
one may have to be concerned of the
evaporated "water" from the swimming
pool. Here, in a sunny situation, a
strong sun that rises in the east
will
"evaporate" the (dirty) pool water.
The
good news is that unlike the
Rivervale
crest condo which is only surrounded
by
three sides; which gave the sun a
maximum many hours to "evaporate"
the
pool.Here, for this development, as
there are two blocks : one in the
east
and west; hopefully, the evaporation
from the pool is not "severe". If
not,
usually does staying in lower floors
and
depending on the wind conditions,
may
"blow" such dirty chemical laden
water
into some of the homes. This is so,
if a
few windows are opened. And if one
has
young children staying in such
units.
Most likely, may have some health
concerns esp. lungs for some period
of
time.Thus, although as much as we
like
to see "water"; often, at least many
developments are either horse-shoe
shaped and at one side; there is an
opening. If one has the time can
search
for "The Tropica" on the top left
frame
of this forum search
function.On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM, Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi

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Thank God! The development is not named "The Chop House".....

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On 11/30/2014 9:25:25 AM, Anonymous wrote:
More on You wrote: "And also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway affect or
benefit one whose life has too much or
lack of any of the elements?"Please see
attachment. How nice if all of us could
live in "Bullion Park" condo. If so, it
sound like we could have lots of
bullions: hopefully ingots or bullions
full of gold ... and lots of it.However,
for some, it sucks! Hey! I am a weak
wood person! I can't be staying in a
place full of bullions = metal! Metal
element is detrimental to me? How? Give
that unit of yours to a person who lacks
lots of metal? What do you think?Other
than repercussions; what happens if our
development is called: Billionaires
condo or The Billionaires or Tycoon
Park? Instead of say getting rich; one
or one's loved ones may be a target for
kidnappers... Instead of more money ...
more sorrows.... ... some food for
thought!-On 11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC

As blocks 17, 19, 23 and 25 are North 0/360 to South 180 degrees;

Some of the stacks/units may have the kitchen at NW. And thus prone to the concern of the inauspicious "Fire at Heaven's gate". (If not sure what this is, do a search for this term.


Quote
On 12/12/2014 6:07:52 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Thank God! The development is not named
"The Chop House".....On 11/30/2014
9:25:25 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
More on You wrote: "And also the
name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway affect
or
benefit one whose life has too much
or
lack of any of the elements?"Please
see
attachment. How nice if all of us
could
live in "Bullion Park" condo. If so,
it
sound like we could have lots of
bullions: hopefully ingots or
bullions
full of gold ... and lots of
it.However,
for some, it sucks! Hey! I am a weak
wood person! I can't be staying in a
place full of bullions = metal!
Metal
element is detrimental to me? How?
Give
that unit of yours to a person who
lacks
lots of metal? What do you
think?Other
than repercussions; what happens if
our
development is called: Billionaires
condo or The Billionaires or Tycoon
Park? Instead of say getting rich;
one
or one's loved ones may be a target
for
kidnappers... Instead of more money
...
more sorrows.... ... some food
for
thought!-On 11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi!I just came to know
about your website, thru my
Bro, regarding The Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed you also
have other interesting views
on other EC, but none on
WaterWoodsWould
sincerely appreciate if you
could give some views on
WaterWoods @ Punggol, about
the project and layout for
4bedderAnd also the name
WaterWoods, will it in anyway
affect or benefit one whose
life has too much or lack of
any of the elements?Thanks in
advance for your time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC

1. South facing, 4 bedrooms with similar layout as attached. Will be affected by Fire at Heaven's gate

2. The master bedroom is also partially at the East sector: Partial
Master bedroom is also is within the #2 sickness + #5 misfortune/sickness sector

Quote
On 7/28/2015 10:15:12 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods ECAs blocks 17,
19, 23 and 25 are North 0/360 to South
180 degrees; Some of the stacks/units
may have the kitchen at NW. And thus
prone to the concern of the inauspicious
"Fire at Heaven's gate". (If not sure
what this is, do a search for this
term.On 12/12/2014 6:07:52 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
Thank God! The development is
not named
"The Chop House".....On
11/30/2014
9:25:25 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
More on You wrote: "And
also the
name
WaterWoods, will
it in anyway affect
or
benefit
one whose life has too
much
or
lack of any of the
elements?"Please
see
attachmen
t. How nice if all of
us
could
live in "Bullion
Park" condo. If so,
it
sound
like we could have lots
of
bullions: hopefully ingots
or
bullions
full of gold ...
and lots of
it.However,
for
some, it sucks! Hey! I am a
weak
wood person! I can't be
staying in a
place full of
bullions =
metal!
Metal
element is
detrimental to me?
How?
Give
that unit of yours
to a person who
lacks
lots of
metal? What do
you
think?Other
than
repercussions; what happens
if
our
development is called:
Billionaires
condo or The
Billionaires or Tycoon
Park?
Instead of say getting
rich;
one
or one's loved ones
may be a
target
for
kidnappers...
Instead of more money
...
more
sorrows.... ... some
food
for
thought!-On
11/28/2014 8:14:11 PM,
Anonymous
wrote:
Hi!I just came
to know
about your website,
thru my
Bro, regarding The
Terrace @
Punggol.i noticed
you also
have other
interesting views
on other
EC, but none
on
WaterWoodsWould
&
gt;
sincerely appreciate if
you
could give some views
on
WaterWoods @ Punggol,
about
the project and layout
for
4bedderAnd also the
name
WaterWoods, will it in
anyway
affect or benefit one
whose
life has too much or
lack of
any of the
elements?Thanks in
advance
for your
time.Yours
sincerely,FiFi


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Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC: 4 bedroom layout plan with WC sharing the same wall as bed-area.

In bedroom 4:

Best to avoid sleeping as shown in the attachment


Quote
On 7/28/2015 5:14:55 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC1. South
facing, 4 bedrooms with similar layout
as attached. Will be affected by Fire at
Heaven's gate2. The master bedroom is
also partially at the East sector:
PartialMaster bedroom is also is within
the #2 sickness + #5 misfortune/sickness
sectorOn 7/28/2015 10:15:12 AM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods
ECAs blocks 17,
19, 23 and 25 are
North 0/360 to South
180 degrees;
Some of the stacks/units
may have the
kitchen at NW. And thus
prone to the
concern of the inauspicious
"Fire at
Heaven's gate". (If not sure
what
this is, do a search for this
term.On
12/12/2014 6:07:52 PM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
Thank God! The
development is
not named
"The Chop
House".....On
11/30/2014
9:25:25
AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
More on
You wrote: "And
also
the
name
WaterWoods,
will
it in anyway
affect
or
benefit
one whose
life has too
much
or
lack
of any of
the
elements?"Please
see
at
tachmen
t. How nice if all
of
us
could
live in
"Bullion
Park" condo. If
so,
it
sound
like we could
have lots
of
bullions:
hopefully
ingots
or
bullions
full of
gold ...
and lots
of
it.However,
for
some, it
sucks! Hey! I am a
weak
wood
person! I can't be
staying in
a
place full of
bullions
=
metal!
Metal
element
is
detrimental to
me?
How?
Give
that unit of
yours
to a person
who
lacks
lots of
metal?
What
do
you
think?Other
than
repercussions; what
happens
if
our
development
is called:
Billionaires
condo
or The
Billionaires or
Tycoon
Park?
Instead of say
getting
rich;
one
or one's
loved ones
may be
a
target
for
kidnappers...&
gt;Instead of more
money
...
more
sorrows....
...
some
food
for
thought
!-On
11/28/2014 8:14:11
PM,
Anonymous
wrote:
&g
t;Hi!I just came
to
know
about your
website,
thru my
Bro,
regarding The
Terrace
@
Punggol.i noticed
you
also
have
other
interesting views
on
other
EC, but
none
on
WaterWoodsWo
uld
&
gt;
sincerely
appreciate if
you
could
give some
views
on
WaterWoods @
Punggol,
about
the project
and layout
for
4bedderAnd
also the
name
WaterWoods,
will it in
anyway
affect
or benefit one
whose
life
has too much or
lack
of
any of
the
elements?Thanks
in
advance
for
your
time.Yours
sincerely,
FiFi


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Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC : Some bedroom walls are thin and not of concrete/re-inforced bar.

 

For example, if one looks carefully at the attached layout; the wall between bedroom 2 and master bedroom is just a thin wall.

Especially bedroom 2's wall is made of gypsum
board; take extra care of EMF raditiation from
the rear of the TV set if any.

Please see attachment

 

Quote

On 10/15/2015 7:41:02 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods EC: 4 bedroom
layout plan with WC sharing the same
wall as bed-area.In bedroom 4:Best to
avoid sleeping as shown in the
attachmentOn 7/28/2015 5:14:55 PM, Cecil
Lee wrote:
Feng Shui of Waterwoods
EC1. South
facing, 4 bedrooms with
similar layout
as attached. Will be
affected by Fire at
Heaven's gate2.
The master bedroom is
also partially
at the East sector:
PartialMaster
bedroom is also is within
the #2
sickness + #5
misfortune/sickness
sectorOn
7/28/2015 10:15:12 AM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
Feng Shui of
Waterwoods
ECAs blocks 17,
19, 23
and 25 are
North 0/360 to
South
180 degrees;
Some of the
stacks/units
may have the
kitchen
at NW. And thus
prone to
the
concern of the
inauspicious
"Fire at
Heaven's
gate". (If not sure
what
this is,
do a search for
this
term.On
12/12/2014 6:07:52
PM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
Thank God!
The
development is
not
named
"The
Chop
House".....On
11/30/2014
9
:25:25
AM, Cecil
Lee
wrote:
More on
You
wrote:
"And
also
the
name
Water
Woods,
will
it in
anyway
affect
or
benefit
;one whose
life has
too
much
or
lack
of any
of
the
elements?"Please
see
at
tachmen
t. How nice if
all
of
us
could
live
in
"Bullion
Park" condo.
If
so,
it
sound
like we
could
have
lots
of
bullions:
hopefully
ingots
or
bullions
full
of
gold ...
and
lots
of
it.However,
for
some, it
sucks! Hey! I am
a
weak
wood
person! I can't
be
staying in
a
place full
of
bullions
=
metal!
Metal&g
t;
element
is
detrimental
to
me?
How?
Give
that
unit of
yours
to a
person
who
lacks
lots
of
metal?
What
do
you
thi
nk?Other
than
repercussion
s;
what
happens
if
our
deve
lopment
is
called:
Billionaires
condo
or The
Billionaires
or
Tycoon
Park?
Instead of
say
getting
rich;
one
or
one's
loved ones
may
be
a
target
for
kidnappe
rs...&
gt;Instead of
more
money
...
more
sorr
ows....
...
some
food
for
thought
!-On
11/28/2014
8:14:11
PM,
Anonymous
wrote
:
&g
t;Hi!I just
came
to
know
about
your
website,
thru
my
Bro,
regarding
The
Terrace
@
Punggol.i
noticed
you
also
have&g
t;other
interesting
views
on
other
EC,
but
none
on
WaterWoods&
nbsp;Wo
uld
&
gt;
sincer
ely
appreciate
if
you
could
give
some
views
on
WaterWood
s @
Punggol,
about
the
project
and
layout
for
4bedderAnd
a
lso
the
name
WaterWoods,
wi
ll it
in
anyway
affect
or
benefit
one
whose
life
has too
much or
lack
of
any
of
the
elements?Thanks
in
&g
t;
advance
for
your
time.You
rs
sincerely,
FiFi

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