Property – If there is an opportunity to choose between several buildings, choose one with an outer open, spacious area (this will allow Qi to collect before it gently moves into the building).
Building and roads are essential parts of the city landscape.
Buildings affect their surroundings in a similar way to hills, mountains, roads and rivers.
Ideally we would like higher buildings in the rear and at the left of our building, and lower ones in front and to the right.
Property – What is the best to avoid?
Avoid buildings situated below a road and those facing a long corridor. This causes Qi coming into the premises to be weak.
Also, avoid any premises that are squeezed between two larger buildings; also those located close to substations.
When buying a property with land, stand at the main entrance and look out.
Be sure there aren’t any dead Qi features out there like dead trees, closely located graveyards, abandoned buildings.
Avoid ‘Poison Arrows’ coming towards the entrance (a road pointing directly toward the main entrance, a T-junction, a cross junction, pylons, cable poles, a sharp corner, a pillar, or a narrow or dark passageway …).
It is beneficial to have Qi moving gently towards the main door of the premises.
Check the view from the apartment you are interested in.
If there are straight or threatening features directly in front of the windows (such as cable poles, pillars, pylons, spiral staircases, abandoned or ruined building, pitched roofs of buildings that are linked together, the sharp corner of a neighboring building, a straight road pointing towards the windows, narrow or dark passageways in front of it, etc.), think twice before you take it.
Avoid units with a water tank or pool above the ceiling (as water Qi is flowing downwards).
Also, avoid a house with the toilet located above the main entrance.
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