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Part 1: Feng Shui of Westwood Residences EC

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Feng Shui of Westwood Residences Executive Condo (EC)

This condo is the first in Singapore with a "bicycle" theme in mind.

The overall Feng Shui of Westwood Residences EC:

1. This development has stacks that either face NE, SW, NW and SE.

2. Thus majority of the stacks are considered under the Compass School to be more suitable to the West group persons (NE, SW and NW).

2.1. And just one facing direction of SE for the East group person. But, this is not exactly good news.

2.2 As majority of the SE facing stacks have their kitchen at the dreaded "Fire at Heaven's gate". This can affect the male breadwinner's career and also overall luck from heaven. As when the "stove" is turned on" it is literally burning one's "Heaven luck".

3. Best Stacks are 18 and 21. Stack 17 can be considered
but the side of the wall as shown in purple can have afternoon sun soaking
into the walls. This depends however,
on the thickness of this wall; may ooze out heat into e.g. the master bedroom. These stacks are facing the landed property side.

4. Stackings facing the service road and the ramp leading in and out of the development:

4.1 Especially on low floors stacks 27, 28, 31, 32, 35
and partial 36 has the
entry / exit ramp / service road thus poorer
Shapes and Forms Feng Shui

4.2 In addition many of the stacks facing SE eg. stacks 4, 8, 12, 11, 16, 27, 28, 31, 32, 35 and 36 may be affected by the inauspious Fire at Heaven's gate as their kitchen are located within this area.



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Part 2: Feng Shui of Westwood Residences EC & Sha Qi or poison arrows from neighbouring blocks sharp corners

1. Please see attached illustration.

2. One will notice that because there are gaps in between blocks; these gaps means that sharp corners of blocks/stacks could aim sha qi or poison arrows to each other.

3. Secondly, this is a relatively small development: thus the various blocks/stacks are in CLOSE PROXIMITY to each other.

4. Take a look at especially the RED arrow heads. These are suppose to be potential poison arrows - if they are aimed into a home through an opening such as a window or balcony silding doors.

5. Thus, in reality; when the flat has TOP; it is best to stand at such opening(s) and look out directly to confirm if there are any sharp corners aimed at one's unit or not.

6. For example: stack 16's sharp corner MAY be aimed towards an opening (if any) of stack 24. Or stack 15's corner towards stack 19 etc...

7. Please note that there are more poison arrows. For example: stack 29's sharp corner aimed towards stack 12 etc... that are not shown in the attachment.

7.1 Therefore, please note that the attached illustration is to allow one to have a better understanding of sha qi or poison arrows.

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On 10/18/2015 7:57:47 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Feng Shui of Westwood
Residences Executive Condo
(EC)This condo is the first in
Singapore with a "bicycle"
theme in mind. The overall
Feng Shui of Westwood
Residences EC:1. This
development has stacks that
either face NE, SW, NW and
SE.2. Thus majority of the
stacks are considered under
the Compass School to be more
suitable to the West group
persons (NE, SW and NW). 2.1.
And just one facing direction
of SE for the East group
person. But, this is not
exactly good news. 2.2 As
majority of the SE facing
stacks have their kitchen at
the dreaded "Fire at Heaven's
gate". This can affect the
male breadwinner's career and
also overall luck from heaven.
As when the "stove" is turned
on" it is literally burning
one's "Heaven luck".3. Best
Stacks are 18 and 21. Stack 17
can be considered but the side
of the wall as shown in purple
can have afternoon sun soaking
into the walls. This depends
however,on the thickness of
this wall; may ooze out heat
into e.g. the master bedroom.
These stacks are facing the
landed property side.4.
Stackings facing the service
road and the ramp leading in
and out of the development:4.1
Especially on low floors
stacks 27, 28, 31, 32, 35and
partial 36 has theentry / exit
ramp / service road thus
poorerShapes and Forms Feng
Shui4.2 In addition many of
the stacks facing SE eg.
stacks 4, 8, 12, 11, 16, 27,
28, 31, 32, 35 and 36 may be
affected by the inauspious
Fire at Heaven's gate as their
kitchen are located within
this area.


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Part 3: Feng Shui of Westwood Residences EC & Flying Star directions: For example, Blocks 25, 27 & 29 are either NW1 or SE1:-58c7f79fd28f0_streetdirectorywestwoodflyingstars.png.c9fc093482d9bb2b161c75846603b265.png

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Hi Cecil,

As mentioned in part 1, stack 17 is one of the favourable stack. However, it is facing a slow on-coming traffic road (dead-end road) of the landed property (Please refer to attached google map photo). There is a buffer area (showflat carpark currently) in-between belonging to Nparks for future park usage. Some say such dead-end road with on-coming traffic, would invite poison arrow to the resident. The road stretch for around 50m before bending slightly to the right.

Would facing such dead-end road render the units in stack 17 undesirable? Would unjt floors (Low/Mid/High) make a difference? 

Thank you in advance for your kind advice.

Best Regards,

Felix

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Thanks for the photo.

These are some considerations:

1. It is good that you go on-site to view your potential property.

2. As nowadays, majority of HDB Sales Brochure Site-map invites all potential purchasers to go on-site to view the property.

3. Common sense. And because of common sense some link this to Feng Shui

3.1. Under common sense. The question asked is: if a vehicle suddenly goes out of control or a drunken driver drives straight instead of stopping.

3.2. Here, would the vehicle endanger someone's life when the vehicle literally ploughs through and perhaps infringe into the development's property : either causing hurt to someone or damages structural / supporting column(s)

3.3. If the answer to the above is No. then no issue.

3.4. In the photo; there are massive concrete bollards spaced at intervals to hopefully stop cars in it's track.

4. Since you have this concern; there will certainly be many others who are equally concerned it.

4.1. Thus, if one has invited say 10 relatives/friends and if 4 of them concur that this is most likely a concern; it no longer matters with what I have to say under Para 3.

4.2. If one is the nervous type and cannot take such comments even if it is not exactly "true" then, best to avoid buying such a stack. Especially avoid the lower stacks or even higher levels totally.


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In addition, for developments that have a central bin at each level; should always get the Sales Agent to confirm with the developer.

Especially since "ouch" even if it is not Feng Shui; may certainly hurt the future resale value.

For example, if a future potential buyer engages a Geomancer, most certainly it may become a no sale to this person or the sale price gets hammered down

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Subject to site visit (proper on-site) survey of stacks #06, #09 & #35; the preliminary assessment of these three stacks are enclosed. This is from a previous Can or Cannot buy survey.

 

 

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May affect future resale value.

For example, if a potential buyer may bring along their geomancer. And if that geomancer is utra-conservative.. they may view the entire stack as...


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Just T.O.P. 

This child happily kick scooter on the track38EC7F7A-067D-491F-96F4-A99417A8BF08.thumb.jpeg.215af6ac804e72c04cfb0048370fd8f6.jpeg

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The first novelty two wheeler theme park in Singapore. More for kids. As adults may find it too small eventually...

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Just maybe the architect cum designer of this project got their inspiration from The landed properties in Lorong Kismis65D76617-C4BF-4869-8D10-A83ABB2ED79C.thumb.jpeg.012b791b47a414386cbc89530fa2fbe0.jpeg

This is the access gate for entry to each block:

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or is it the inspiration came from The Rail in Bukit Timah.. 

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The Floravale

These photos were taken from the Male “open air” toilet” at Westwood residences towards The Floravale blocks 226 and 228:-

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This means that the 2nd and ground floor units of block 226 is directly facing this open air toilet.

While many units at block 228 can look down into this open air toilet. Of course the urinals could not be seen. But one may see a head and shoulders ... of the person using the urinals..

Let’s hope the foliage of the plants grow dense and healthy..

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It may affect the resale value of the flats as the balcony of these stacks at The Floravale faces the toilets ..of Westwood residence.

 

Blicks 226 and 228 once face an empty plot of land. But not only had to endure construction noise and dusts.. but also this...

Thus sometimes better to buy unit’s looking onwards of the development.. at least you know what is and will be expected today and in the future.

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Photo taken from block 188 towards landed homes along Westwood Avenue

 

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Good news .. although it is a taboo to face a T-or end of road.. not too concern if it is similar to this.


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