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Fengshui Chinese Painting

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Dear Fengshui Master,

I have a Chinese painting which the seller claims to be fengshui driven. Attached is the painting with the fengshui points explained in Mandarin. I am concerned if he is not sincere. Appreciate any advice from you. Thanks in advance.


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These are some considerations:

1. Feng Shui does not micro-managed until so detailed.

2. That painting is similar to buying another production based on features.

2.1. For example: a car such as a BMW comes with options: leather seat or synethic seat, different head lights

3. Thus, the painting reminds me of just like Para 2. The more features.. imply ? That it is either better then the competition or more expensive.

4. The painting is simply a modern invention.

5. Means that if I don't have the same painting.. I also will not enjoy good Feng Shui?

6. Majority of the time either a similar no frills painting may....

7. Buy it mainly as a decorative piece and not in the name of Fung Sway!


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