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L-Shaped and sloping down.

Tuesday, 5 March 2013
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Q1. My house is shaped in the form of an "L". Is this bad? How can I make it more stable?

A1. In Feng Shui, a house which is shaped like an "L" is called shoe-shaped house. If your main door is too near the heel of the house, your good luck will not stay with you. To rectify this problem, make sure you door is placed further up and away from the heel.

Q2. My driveway and the front lawn of my house is sloping downwards. Will my luck being drained? How can I prevent my luck from runnig out?

A2. Build a hump at the base of the slope of your driveway to prevent wealth from draining out.

Q3. I have sleeping problems when I try to sleep with my feet facing the room door. Is there anything that I can do?

A3. You will have your Qi and vitality drained off. You will feel tired sleeping in this direction. Reposition your bed elsewhere in the room to restore harmony.

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