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We want to know if we need any feng shui cures for our new home. See attached image.

We are not directly in line to the road, but are slightly to the side of it. Any cures, remedy, or protection advice?

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These are some considerations:

1. In my opinion, marking in B has the worst Feng Shui.

2. C is a non issue. The next worst is A. But A is not as worse as B.

3. A peep at top-view suggests that house B's FRONTAGE is pretty close to the RED zone. Unlike so many other homes where they "dare-not" build the home anywhere near to the "red lined" areas.

4. In the photo: the red line has the worst impact particularly at the "inward arrows" pointed towards B.

5. Honestly, Feng Shui cure(s) is not like sneaking a peek at this photo and presto! The cures are found..

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I just learned that the Cul-de-sac is a court in america. The house in question pictured above is the curve of a street (not dead end like a court/cul-de-sac) after all.

 

Is this location of the home still bad feng shui?

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4 hours ago, myfs_133600 said:

I just learned that the Cul-de-sac is a court in america. The house in question pictured above is the curve of a street (not dead end like a court/cul-de-sac) after all.

 

Is this location of the home still bad feng shui?

1. In Feng Shui, if this cul de sac is a service road: where vehicles can come into it; and make a turn via it: it is considered a cul de sac that can be impacted by Feng Shui.

1.1 Thus if you can drive your car into the cul de sac; so does your Neighbours and public: this can indeed be a cul de sac

2. But If it a no vehicle pathway then one can thank their Lucky Stars. 


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A simple chart on a home at a cul-de-sac. Is this home affected by the Feng Shui of a cul-de-sac?

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