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House cleaning for Chinese New Year (Feng Shui)

Bliss
Member since 30/1/2013
24/1/2018 

Hi Master Peter,

I am ready to clean my house for CNY. I want to ask you where should I start cleaning. Should I start cleaning from the front door towards the end of the house or from the end of the house/kitchen towards the front door or 3rd option if there is ? Generally speaking, I think my 2017 is good for my finance but my job is very busy, however, on the other hand I have had a lot of dispute or argument with my wife for small daily things to the big event such as remodeling. Other than disputes, health or finance is good. Thanks.

Best regards,
Bliss


Peter Yap
26/1/2018 

Since  2017 is good, start from the front to the end.

Cheers.


Bliss
3/2/2018 

Hi Master Peter,

Thank you very much for your reply. Happy Chinese New Year !

Regards,
Bliss


Bliss
3/2/2018 

Hi Master Peter,

Thank you very much for your reply. Happy Chinese New Year !

Regards,
Bliss




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