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Cecil Lee

Case Study: Flying Star Feng Shui & the Key Considerations of P9 W1 facing home

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Part 2 - Case Study & the Key Considerations of P9 W1 facing home


1. WEST [Frontage has the auspicious double #9's]

1.1. Flying Star Feng Shui does not consider the afternoon sun. Thus do take note that many experienced buyers would often skip purchasing such a unit. Unless there are other neighbouring stacks that shield it from afternoon sun. Else, will forever receive direct afternoon sun all year round.

2. NW vs SW

2.1. For a West facing unit. Often either the living room or master bedroom is at NW or SW.

2.2. Since SW has a nasty Water star #5 = misfortune/sickness. Best to avoid a bedroom, here.

2.3. Thus, a unit with the master bedroom at NW (for health reasons) is preferred. But do take note that if the unit's master bedroom wall faced with afternoon sun. Then often on a sunny day, the NW wall may soak in heat and can even ooze out at 7pm to 8pm in the evening. Unless one can afford to turn on air-con, then this is a consideration.

3. EAST 

3.1. Often for a West facing unit, the kitchen or service yard or air-con ledge may be at this sector. 

3.2. It is a plus given that the other Mountain star #5 = misfortune/sickness is at this area. And not in a bedroom.


4.1. Good if the centre-point of the unit DOES NOT have clear space. As it has a #2 = sickness with #7 = "theft of wealth", here.

5. NE

5.1. It would be nice if this sector has a bedroom, study or open space. Given that it has an auspicious Mountain star #1 coming prosperity wealth star.


6.1. If open space or bedroom. Try to balance these sectors for better Feng Shui luck.

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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