Business Feng Shui Review: One City USJ

Its been awhile since I have touch on the subject of feng shui review since my last article on Bangsar Village 2. This article centers around a new development by a seasoned developer in Malaysia. Since opening around end of 2013, today the mall had many of their outlets and retail closed.

Why is this happening to this beautiful development? What does the business feng shui review reveals?

One City Feng Shui

At the time of this posting, the management is trying to boost traffic by offering Big Bad Wolf book sale event on one of the newly open SOHO building behind.

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West Facing House Feng Shui Case

This is another nice contribution of Feng Shui case audited by our student.

Method used: Wu Chang Flying Star Feng Shui System

Property type: Landed House.


In the Beginning

During Period 7 (1984-2003), this family had enjoyed abundance of wealth luck. Mr. L was running printing business, and there were several workers working under him.

However, after 2003, his business was getting to decline, and he was forced to move his shop to somewhere else due to the increasing of shop rental. Besides than this, his health was deteriorating and he was diagnosed as having liver cancer.

In September 2006 (丙戌), Mr. L passed away, and his eldest son, Mr. A inherited his printing business. Since then, there was no improvement at all with his business, and he had to suffer financial debts with many suppliers.

The Consulting

I audited their house during 2015 (乙未). Observed the main door was having untimely PO JUN star (Star #7). From the formation, I believed there will be high incidents of leg injury & indeed during discussion with Mr. A, he always injured his legs when doing heavy exercise.

Furthermore, the Stove was located at the GEN sector, with sickness combination. When the stove was sucking bad energy, it would cause sickness to the occupants. The newly wed Mrs. A always fall ill since she moved in to the house, especially in 2015 (乙未). The wrongly placed stove further weakens the health of the occupants.

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