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Landform (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Shape of Land and House. Part 5 of 8

Sunday, 28 September 2008
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Are square and rectangular plots of land better than a triangular plot of land? Generally the answer is yes because square and rectangular plots of land are easier to harness Qi or energy. The productive Qi that is preferred, is based on the balance of Yin and Yang elements. Regular plots fulfill the requirement of Chinese Ancient Art of FengShui which emphasis the ‘four gold point’ meaning four regular corners. Most Feng Shui techniques are also based on the ‘four gold point’ principle and a ‘North-South’ facing house is mush preferred. Therefore, they stand to benefit more from a Feng Shui perspective.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Shape of Land and House. Part 5 of  8

Landform (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Houses in Relation to Other Buildings. Part 4 of 8

Sunday, 21 September 2008
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Your surroundings can have a huge impact on your life – to the point of affecting your personal happiness, your wealth and prosperity, even the opportunities that come to you in your life and your family member life. Therefore evaluating your environment of your house is a very important. There are many types of considerations that are taken into account when you want to assess the feng shui of a home. Of course, these are not all of the elements that make up a home with good feng shui, but these are some of the important considerations. Hopefully, this will serve as a guide for helping you evaluate your home.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Houses in Relation to Other Buildings. Part 4 of  8

Landform (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Road Patterns and Feng Shui. Part 3 of 8

Saturday, 13 September 2008
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Qi energy is positive when, it is allowed to flow freely, lightly brushing everything it touches, accumulating and gentlly nourishing our environment. Qi turns bad when allowed to stagnate in one place or being channel as a rushing Qi which become killing Qi. For example Qi harmful when channelled too quickly along straight paths, like a thunderbolt being hurled at your home.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Road Patterns and Feng Shui.   Part 3 of  8

Landform (Shapes and forms Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Imbalance in Green Dragon and White Tiger. Part 2 of 8

Saturday, 6 September 2008
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The Dragon relates to your left-hand side (inside your house looking out), symbolising helpful people and power. The Tiger relates to the right-hand side, symbolising negative qualities. Everything has two sides, good and bad, bright and dark, and so on, so one side of the house belongs to the Tiger and the other to the Dragon. You try to shift the balance in your favour by placing more things on the Dragon side to enhance power.
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Landform  (Shapes and forms Shapes and forms) in FengShui - Imbalance in Green Dragon and White Tiger.  Part 2 of  8



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