Feng Shui Frequently Asked Question
Is it advisable to install Ceiling fan in feng shui?
i really find this absurd even up till today there are still clients who asked me about ceiling fan being bad feng shui because is on top of you and sort of “pressuring” you creating stress, sickness on the body part? If you look at the structure of air flow in fact is helping you to get “fresh air” see picture below.
A similar misnomer is that ceiling light should not be on top of you too? Why? i don’t understand why “lights” cannot be on top of you? If you take feng shui home aside then how does office works? Most lights are on top of you in a working environment. If the lights are not on top you then where should the lights be?
Should i use Gua Ming or Kua Number to do feng shui?
Some clients feel that 卦命 is important due to the internet exposure. Problem is if this theory were to work then 50% of the house cannot be utilised. East Gua Number got 4 good and 4 bad sectors. The 4 bad sectors leave it to rot? Moreover this theory got a number of flaws. If you read carefully the teachings it is stated that if the Main Door don’t matches with your gua number, you can use stove …if stove don’t matches you can still do the correct bed placement…wow Then in that case no matter how you do it, it will still match your Gua Ming 卦命 right? The principles are so “loose”…Mind you do not use “kua “number because this is improper hanyu pinyin and goes to show how little you know about chinese culture. We are not Europeans so we do not “enunciate” chinese character into “english” like that. LOL.
Is it necessary to do Annual Home feng shui?
For most feng shui masters in Singapore i believed the answer is a resounding “yes” but i honestly do not feel the need to do so. The thing is once you have done a PROPER HOME DESTINY ANALYSIS PLUS BAZI INCORPORATED you already dilute all the negative energies at home. All you need to do for annual feng shui you only need to look out for “5”, “2”, “3” and “7” and place the rectifications at the specific location of the flying star. You can check out the location of the Annual Flying Star from my web.
The remedies for these negative flying stars are standard. 5 and 2 use brass/bronze/copper, 3 use “pink” objects e.g. rose crystal quartz sphere and lastly 7 use a glass of tap water is fine. It is as normal as when you got “headache” you take Panadol. Anything that deviate from normal is not authentic feng shui. A fixed problem a fixed solution, as simple as that. Feng shui only affects 25% of our life, one need not micro manage it and “patang” like how many light bulbs should i use, should i paint my door into white colour, how many fishes should put in my aquarium, can i own a pet dog, omg then we are allowing feng shui to “run or is it ruin” our life!
Do you review after the destiny feng shui evaluation? who will benefit the most from the feng shui ?
My style is do it once and do it correctly. I invested 2 to 3 hours sometimes more just to do the onsite feng shui evaluation, with pictures shown to indicate the correct location to put the remedies. After that follow by a detailed feng shui report which i spent another 2 hours at home to do it. If my client is focus and i dare say almost 95% appreciate my work, follow through my recommendations (with no questions asked, because most questions would have been answered during the audit) then nothing should go wrong. Chances are clients who does not benefit are those with fixed ideas and keep “editing” the recommendations i proposed. These are the rare few who will clarify with you even if you tell them to use a “grey colour” door mat and still will asked whether red, blue, green etc can be used. By the way all the recommendations were mentioned during onsite and agreed. i seriously find these clients hilarious and really don’t understand why they even asked.
Why number four (4) is considered unlucky in Chinese and oriental cultures?
Actually this is a misnomer. How can feng shui be so superficial as to term “4” as bad because of it’s eunication that sound like “death”?
Do i have to choose a specify floor based on my bazi?
When feng shui started many many years ago they do not have high-rise buildings. So all that you hear from today about the level that you have to stay in are “creative inventions” of today’s feng shui masters. On which floor do you stay to me are of little consequence if any because current buildings have basement carparks; so the question is should you add the basement carpark into your equation? or should you not?