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What is Tian Zhan Sha? A home's frontage facing an opening between two or more building structures that funnel Sha Qi (strong winds) to it.


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What is a 天斩煞 (tiān zhǎn shà.) ?

Some consider the red arrow as an axe or blade aimed towards unit marked in RED..

The following example where unit at X is affected by it.

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The reason why it is is because the distance of the two blocks in YELLOW is in close proximity of BLOCK in GREEN and with a unit X.

The unit you mentioned in black can also be affected if the wind blows from a South-Southwesterly direction towards North-NE direction. 

And only if the wind is very strong. 

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Otherwise, if the above condition is not met, the unit NORMALLY should not be affect by it. 

It also depends on the height of the unit in black. As the closer to the roof top of MSCP block 308C the greater the concern. Thus if assuming the MSCP is 4 storeys high and without landscaping, a unit perhaps such as #05 or #06 may be having the greatest Sha Qi if prevailing winds are strong.

A simple test is: to hold up an umbrella. If the umbrella seems to tilt and pull away from one's hands.. then best to control the wind into the unit. E.g. by reducing the openings e.g. casement window(s) and or closing the sliding glass panels.

If this were to be at SE of Singapore e.g. Marine Parade, then it can be a great concern. Given that the windows at this area blows strongly between North to South and/or South to North depending the time of day. Due to the high and low pressure between the sea and land in that area.


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Thanks Master for your reply. The MSCP roof is landscaped but mostly hardscape. From time to time I could feel the wind because I usually will open the window wide to ventilate my unit. Is this now not a good idea? I would like to add that I’m not putting up curtains. Hence should I be putting something else to circumvent this?

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On 10/20/2020 at 6:41 AM, Noobie in FS said:

Thanks Master for your reply. The MSCP roof is landscaped but mostly hardscape. From time to time I could feel the wind because I usually will open the window wide to ventilate my unit. Is this now not a good idea? I would like to add that I’m not putting up curtains. Hence should I be putting something else to circumvent this?

image.png.eb4829e3a6aad3430404e04f69188dfd.pngAt first quick glance, I was just looking at your circled area of Block 320B and 310C and felt that the distance could have of a lesser impact of 天斩煞 (tiān zhǎn shà).

But now when I looked at it closely, I realise that a contributing factor is also a continuity of Blocks 308B and 309A which forces the air-flow as shown like a "tunnel"....

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From a Feng Shui perspective, imagine a house on a top or tip of a hill. Such a house is not (contrary to beliefs) should in fact have some shield in the form of trees to control strong winds or sha qi.

Hopefully part of the sha qi can be vented out towards the left as shown by the many blue "Xs":-

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As I mentioned. A good way of illustrating this is if one were to hold up an umbrella. And if the umbrella has a "life of it's own" and starts to slant and tries to pry off our hands, then such a wind (strong wind) is not ideal. As it can affect, health & wealth and overall luck.

Unfortunately, if the winds are always strong, although this example of Duo Office Tower is not identical to this Tian Zhan Sha, but it shows the impact of such Sha Qi even if WINDOWS are closed (as for an office building which never ever has windows .. if any )

 


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25 minutes ago, Noobie in FS said:

Hi Master, yes, I would try to do the umbrella test recommended. I have also attached the photos of the master bedroom, common bedroom and living room which could show the gap between buildings for your reference. 

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Thanks for the photos. 

No need to literally use a real umbrella. As one can literally feel the gust of wind (if any).

Best of Luck!


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