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Cecil Lee

Parc Riviera @ West Coast Vale by EL Development

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Parc Riviera @ West Coast Vale by EL Development

Under Flying Star Feng Shui: Parc Riviera stacks has two facings:
1. N3 stacks which are facing "noisy" the Ayer Rajah Expressway (morning sun)

2. While S3 stacks pool facing and (Sungei Pandan) Pandan Reservior will have indirect afternoon sun.

N3. Stacks/Units has the double auspicious #8's wasted at the "back" of the unit. Thus not as favourable as the pool facing S3 stacks.

S3. Stacks are the best stacks for a East group person. As both frontage enjoys the double auspicious #8 wealth stars. And furthermore their facing directions has water. Bring great wealth.

The only concern for a S3 facing chart is that so often, the kitchen may be located at NW sector. Which in Feng Shui is called: "Fire at Heaven's Gate". And this can affect the male breadwinner's career luck.

Thus for a South facing (S3) best to select a unit where the kitchen is either at North or North-east sector is preferred.

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Last month (March 2017), this development: Parc Riviera had sold a total of 114 units.
From what I heard from one of my clients who had just bought a unit, here. Seems like all 1 bedroom units were fully sold-out.

And the second most popular in terms of sales are the 2 bedroom units.
From what I understand, many newly launched developments also share this same trend.
Most likely 1 bedroom units have a higher ratio of investors especially for those who had already reaped the benefit from their first generation 99 years HDB flats. And opt to invest perhaps for rental of this second unit.

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Hi Cecil,

Possible to share more about the Fengshui of Parc Riviera, e.g. why "N3 Stacks/Units has the double auspicious #8's wasted at the "back" of the unit"?

Also, you mentioned that S3. Stacks are the best stacks for a East group person. How about the West group people? Would the S3 Stacks be suitable for them too?

Thanks!

 

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A. Case Study: Characteristics of a typical Period 8 N2/3 chart

1. This is a Period 8 N2 chart. The red arrow below is self-explanatory:-

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"Isn't it such a waste that the double auspicous #8's wealth luck is at the kitchen area?" 

Such #8's should have been at the frontage side of the unit such as the living room / bedrooms and not at the kitchen = stove /sink side...

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Case Study 2: Can an East group person buy a West facing unit and vice-versa?

You wrote: "Also, you mentioned that S3. Stacks are the best stacks for a East group person. How about the West group people? Would the S3 Stacks be suitable for them too?"

For practical reasons, many developments do not have stacks facing NE / SW / West or NW. This is not an issue with a West group person. This is where a holistic approach using all available Feng Shui concepts:-

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For example: how suitable is the overall house to the breadwinner. As shown in the score(s).

As well as looking into each sector by applying both the Eight House and Flying Star Feng Shui.

In school: many of us must have taken lots of examinations.

Thus if we are asked to answer 5 questions out of 10. Each question is only 20 marks each.

Many teachers teach us the technique of allocating time to each question.

And not answer 3 or 4 questions but leaving out the 5th question. Here, the aim is to MAXIMIZE our marks: No point scoring 18 /20 for the first 2 questions but getting 6 or zero marks for the rest of the questions.

Do a search for the "Bell curve". This is because even in our school class: there are always the top students, the average and the poor or bottom class students.

Thus if an East group home is ranked as EXCELLENT, even if a west group person buys it: this is a non-issue. Since the overage score is already high.

But if the home is termed poor: even if it suits a west group also no use as it will pull-down the total luck.

 


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5a3a4933c45e1_Part1somecondo.thumb.png.72dc4e8d72165a1310142d4cc95d5288.pngCase Study Period 8 S2 unit

The Flying Stars of this unit. Where the double auspicious #8's are at the frontage. Meaning: at the living room / bedroom side. And not wasted at the "rear" = kitchen side.

There are also many other factors especially the luck from now to 2022-23. And luck after 2024 to 2043.

This is because, not everyone can change home or want to change home on or after 2022-23 onwards.

Another factor is Location, location and location. And this home is in district 10 = a good prime location:

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So happens that even if the fit to both husband and wife are at the pass mark of 50% but in this illustration; under Flying Star Feng Shui the luck is good from now to 2043.

As often, other homes have luck that is up to Period 8 = 2004 to 2023. And after that Period 9 takes over.

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In Singapore, other than the actual site: the two most valued locations are district 10: Holland/Bukit Timah and district 15: Katong/East Coast Road. Here a large percentage of Ministers / former ministers / high ranking civil servants/ generals and Presidents/former presidents stay there / including who's who in SGP.


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Case Study: For existing resale flats, always stand inside the balcony and each open window and look out for poison arrows such as a pointed roof-top or a tree trunk or a sharp-corner of another unit. Here, Location, location and location is not so good.

Note: this condo unit is a Period 7 home. And like the Period 7 N2/N3; the frontage at SE does not have good Flying Stars. And the current prosperity wealth stars #8: one of them is located at the centerpoint of the unit.

And the other #8 representing water star is WASTED at the wardrope area of the master bedroom.

This is another unit where the current prosperity wealth stars #8's are WASTED somewhere else in the house other than at the frontage (living room / bedroom side).

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Case Study: Teasure Crest @ Sengkang: Showing the difference between a N2/N3 chart vs a S2/S3 chart.

Again, as always the N2/N3 chart has current double auspicious #8's are often wasted at the rear. In this example it is literally wasted at yard of the unit and rubbish chute area.

This sample illustration also talks about the other unit reviewed where the S3 stack was found to have the kitchen at NW = "Fire at Heaven's Gate. Anyway that is another consideration.

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The other detailed review of a P8 S3 facing unit. An S3 is an inverse of a P8 N3 facing unit:-5a3a52c40d558_casestudyp8s3.thumb.png.83c63516fab36a9da6954c1b276997bb.png

Some of the comments on the above will give away that this is Treasure crest at Sengkang. Thus, I did not mask out the development on this illustration. But I have masked out both unit's exact address for confidentiality.

 


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