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Hi, 

Please can you advise if the living room as per the attached floor plan is bad in feng shui? Also please could you let me know if the floor plan is in accordance with feng shui? The house is facing southwest.

Many thanks,

Janice

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These are some considerations:

1. Not all homes have the frontage at the carpark side or drive-in-to home side.

2. There can be a possibility that in Feng Shui the "backside" of this home could in reality be the garage side.

3. If so, the living room side could be the frontage. This is especially so, if there is a better view from the living room windows or terrace.

4. This applies: https://www.geomancy.net/wiki/Feng_Shui_Triage 

5. In general, usually under shapes and forms Feng Shui, a circular staircase is not preferred.

6. Under Shapes and Forms Feng Shui, not ideal for bedroom doors to directly face each other.  


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Hi Master,

We notice that from the living room, We can see the lift is facing our living room. Furthermore there is a escape route in our house as we are the last floor. From feng shui perspective, any concern. 

We understand that the feng shui of the house is not entirely depend on individual bazi. is it correct ?

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You wrote: We understand that the feng shui of the house is not entirely depend on individual bazi. is it correct ?

In the attached illustration: There are three parts:

Part 1: Option 1
Part 2: Option 2
Part 3: Individual and even Combined Ba Zi

Options 1 and 2 not entirely depend on individual ba zi. As it involves the birth chart of the home, the eight house concept and ba zi Feng Shui.

Here, each of us have a birthdate. In Compass School Feng Shui, a home or premise also has it's birthdate range.

This is why one has to determine the age of the home e.g. between 1984 to 2003 or 2004 to 2024 or even 1964 to 1984 etc..SAMPLE A CONDO AUDIT AND BA ZI.gif

The above sample Feng Shui audit review can be summarised below:-

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As the above review utilises each and every best practises.
As ba zi occupies the box to the right (orange colour); thus it is true that a house does not entirely deped on individual ba zi.


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You wrote: "We notice that from the living room, We can see the lift is facing our living room. Furthermore there is a escape route in our house as we are the last floor. From feng shui perspective, any concern."

This has more to do with common sense:

1. Privacy concerns
2. Fire safety

1. Privacy concerns

If the living room faces the lift / lift lobby: common sense says that there will be persons waiting at the lift LOBBY. Thus if one's living room is in full view and/or dining; this is "open to the public". Thus considered as no privacy. Of course, if it is just slam-shut the main door.. then not an issue.

Because of the above, as a result this leads to a stigma or "grandmother" tale that it is no good or rather inauspicious for the above.

2. Fire safety

Actually, it is the other way around. In Singapore, there is a requirement of a home's main door to have at least half-an hour fire rating.

This is because, if a fire should occur in a unit close to or facing a lft lobby; such a door would help to contain a fire.. AND more importantly smoke and dangerous vapours or flash fire(s).

So that it things like thick smoke or fog and poisonous fumes and fire does not spread to the lift landing.

All these boil down to pure common sense.

And often common sense somehow; somewhere; people associate this with "bad" Feng Shui. But truly this just pure common sense.


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In this real life example, this geomancer charges a large fee and yet.. all she does is scribble a flying star chart and some cures ...

In this instance, some geomancers don’t consider ba zi... as part of their Feng Shui audit:

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And they do not include “Ba Zi Feng Shui” as an additional supplement.

Look at it this way Holistic Feng Shui is about using as many useful tools to analyse and review each premises or home.

If given a choice and if both are free:

1. A rudimentary X-ray or

2. under an advanced MRI scanning? 

This geomancer is merely interpreting and provide advice on an X-ray scan. Today this is very superficial.


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