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Are “Poison Arrows” Seriously So Dangerous?

 

A “Poison Arrow” in the feng shui context generally refers to anything that is sharp, pointy, has an edge or corner and is often found to be pointing (like an arrow) towards the door or windows of a property. Or if found internally, aimed at a person’s bed, desk or chair. But . . . → Read More: Are “Poison Arrows” Seriously So Dangerous?

10 Common Misconceptions In Feng Shui

The 10 common misconceptions in feng shui. I wrote this article in response to some of the more commonly misunderstood and commonly believed aspects of feng shui in order to offer a little clarity to the customers I consult and also my readers. All of the instances listed below are well-known feng shui . . . → Read More: 10 Common Misconceptions In Feng Shui

Real Case Study of Negative Feng Shui Feature Outside The House

This is a photo taken from the back of a friend’s daughter’s apartment block not long ago. I was there upon my friend’s request to see if I can help with a family “problem”. The opposite apartment block is a lot closer than it appeared in the picture above. Anyway, it is well . . . → Read More: Real Case Study of Negative Feng Shui Feature Outside The House

Feng Shui and Sick Building Syndrome

Just returned from visiting my friend’s office because he asked me to go “take a look” at his office feng shui. So happens his office is located deep within the building so after passing a couple of doors, we arrived at his office.

First thing I noticed is the “deadness”. There is no . . . → Read More: Feng Shui and Sick Building Syndrome