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Master Bath above Dining and Kitchen

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Dear Anon,
It is not ideal to have such a situation.
On a commonsense approach to Feng Shui, this is because of the fear of leakage e.g. leaking sewerage pipe etc.. However, if the pipes are in good condition and well maintained, this is still OK. Since, there is not much you can really reverse the process. More importantly, it is best to avoid placement of e.g. the dining table directly underneath the toilet bowl.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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On 8/21/2002 7:40:00 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,
I would like to know if it is
OK to have the master bath
above the dining room and part
of the kitchen? Please help.
Thanks


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Hi Master Lee,

I have the same situation wherein there is a water closet above the dining table. The only difference is that the developer built a load bearing , waterproof, protective concrete flooring in between the toilet sewerage pipes and my ceiling. The height difference of the toilet floor to my apartment floor is 5.50 meters. The protective floor is built 0.80 meter below the toilet. Is this okay?

JJerome

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As clarified earlier, it has more to do with common sense = possible leaking from the pipes.

Thus, if this does not happen, not perfect but have to live with it if the dining table is (still) there.


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