Consultancy, Feng Shui

In Search For Real Feng Shui Master Part 1

here is an email send to me for help and with the sender’s permission for education purposes, I republish here with some comments, hopefully will give readers some ideas of what is really Feng Shui all about. Here is Part 1.

Flying Star 2 -5 Combination

I chanced upon your facebook and then went to read your blog on feng shui and flying stars as I am worried about the combination of 5-2 in my master bedroom and a 2-5 combi in my study room. Before we first moved in, my mum recommended her friend who had learnt about fengshui. At that time I didn’t know much about fengshui and not sure of his linage and just follow his advice. He made a drawing on the layout (8 pie & flying stars numbers). I was told he would put the ancient coins at some hidden corners that won’t be visible to us. We later replaced the coins when we consulted another master in 2018 with the ancient coins with the 6 emperor’s names. 

My Comments: Very common issue. You can see that there are just too many practitioners out there, cheap but results…..I am not sure. Depends on your luck. If you find a good master, don’t worry about price because the results will cover back all the costs over time and more benefits to come, so why worry if you find a real one ?

Logically, how would the name of the emperors changes the outcome of the solution? I think sometimes while we believe in the unknown, we need to maintain our common sense. Common sense is not really easy to maintain today due to too many misconceptions spreading like Australian bush fire….just too many, too often that even a lie slowly becomes the ‘truth’. Pitiful situation especially in the millennium. I put this responsibility on those fake or misguided practitioners.

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Case Study, Consultancy, Feng Shui, Testimony

Feng Shui For Condominium And Apartment

High Rise is the future trend in property as land is getting scarce. This is very evident in Singapore and Hong Kong where land is really scarce and less. Malaysia is catching up fast too.

I am more familiar with Malaysian and Singapore Feng Shui since I have many clients here.

So the question is, Is High Rise Property less Auspicious compared to landed ? In my book Winds of Change – The Myth and Truth of Feng Shui and Bazi, there is a case about how an little apartment that violated most Feng shui taboos did well after moving it. You can read it out in the book available on Amazon or Kinokuniya in Malaysia.

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Feng Shui In Singapore

Since Singapore has the most high rises such as Condominum and HDB apartments, I shall focus my article on the cases I have done in Singapore. Some of them are a redo of famous Feng Shui Masters in Singapore.

To begin with, conceptually Feng Shui for Condominium and Apartment are audited the same way as a landed property except for a few new twist. This kind of Feng shui is more complicated since it is not well documented in the old Chinese Feng Shui Classics. Thus a strong understanding of the concepts of Feng Shui is very important.

A lousy doctor at most kills a patient but a lousy Feng Shui Master can kill the entire family. I will share some short cases below. Stayed tuned.

The 2 usual major complications are how to determine the Facing of the unit and The Period of the unit.

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