Friday, November 30, 2007

Fengshui changes

Do you know that every year there will be changes in fengshui energy? And do you know that every 20 years, fengshui have a major change? Yes, fengshui changes.

In fact, fengshui changes when there is any form of work in progress in your surroundings.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Living next to a power sub-station

Yesterday I was in Masai and I happened to see some houses that were next to a power sub-station. They were close to each other!

Saturday, November 24, 2007

A visit to MASAI, Johor.

I left home early this morning, was hoping that I could avoid the jam at causeway. When I reached Woodlands, I could see the long queue formed at the car lane, I guess I was a bit late. Anyway, it took me quite a while to clear the causeway.

The journey from JB to MASAI was about 30mins, MASAI is located about 36km away from JB. My purpose of visiting MASAI was to fengshui a factory-to-be.
That building is located slightly away from the town, on the left hand side of building is a big car park space. And on the right side of building is a row of residence attap houses. The factory-to-be is a huge building, the front portion of the building is consisted of 2 storey.

Lady Lucky was with me, I managed to get to know the history of this building from the landlord, he is an old man who is in his late sixties. He told me that this building was built and completed in 1992, is a period 6 building. And his first tenant was an American firm, that firm stayed there for 12 years! He changed a few tenants after that, his last tenant used that building as a soccer centre.

After I finished my conversation with the landlord, I took a few compass readings with my luopan. I used those readings to key into my PDA to form the flying star chart for this building. The chart shown double stars in front, if only the external envirnoment have what the chart wants, this is going to be promising.
The wordings "Soccer Centre" still can be seen next to the door entrance.

Taking compass reading with my luopan.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


This banner which hung outside the hut caught my attention.
Yes, is Jimbaran, Bali. Fyi, this photo was not taken in Bali. How I wish I could go there to enjoy my holiday right now.

Just to share a little bit of Jimbaran, for those who have not heard of Jimbaran, this is a tourist spot in Bali. Every year, there are alot of tourists flock there to enjoy the crystal clear sea and white beaches. I guess this would be an ideal location for lovers to walk along the beach, holding hand in hand. Sounds romantic, isn't it?

Back to the hut shown in the photo above, that place is a restaurant that serves Bali, Jimbaran themed BBQ food.

Right in front of this restaurant, is a long flight of stairs. To enter into the restaurant, you have to climb up this flights of stairs. There are 2 man-made water-fall features on each side of the stairs, with water shooting out from the frog's mouth, making the water flowing away from the restaurant.

In fengshui, applying water theory. Water flow direction is very important, if water flows in the correct direction, it can bring you wealth. If you intend to place a water feature in your office or house, please consult a master to advise you on the water flow direction first.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

A trip to Muar and Johor

This morning, I travelled up to Muar (Malaysia) to see some of the sites there. It was about 2hours drive from JB. That was something new for me as I have never been to Muar before.

To be frank with you, I was rather excited to go all there, to see the sites there and at the same time to experience kumpong lifestyle. The village that I visited in Muar was rather quiet, it was just like Kukup without tourists and the sea. Other than that, they look the same to me. Before my friends and I left Muar, we had our lunch there. It was a simple lunch in one of the villages' restaurants, but it was a nice meal.

While we were on the way back to Singapore, we decided to visit one of the showrooms in JB before heading back to Singapore.

This showroom has a South facing orientation, "That is good facing!", I told myself. But a closer look at their door entrance, I saw this block of walkway is tilted. Making the whole cemented walkway was sunken in front.

About 8 inch away from the glass door, was a cracked line that divided the tilted block and the rest of cement floor inside the showroom. Was this done deliberately? So that rainwater can flow down to the driveway? Or soil movement in the vicinity has caused the whole walkway to tilt?
If you were to look closer at the photo, you could see the front portion has different floor tiles as compared to the remaining tiles.

The tilted walkway made me feel that I was not balanced. Like going to roll down at anytime.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Choosing an auspicious date for Wedding

This morning, I was awakened by a series of car horns. I looked at my watch, it was just only 7.15am!

But this bridegroom and his group of brothers arrived in a few cars decided to wake the whole neighbourhood up by pressing the car horns. They had deliberately caused the noise pollutions, their intention was to alert the bride, the bridemaid and sisters of their arrival. On the other hand, they had unintentionally provided me a free morning call.

It seems like today is good date for wedding, my sister's friend also got married today. Being curious, I decided to check my PDA. Today is indeed an auspicious date to get married. However, this date is not applicable to every bride-to-be or any bridegroom-to-be. Take today's date for example, for those who are born in year of Rooster and Rat or their bazis' house of spouse contains any of zodiac animals (Rooster or Rat), it is strongly advised not to choose today to wed.

Alot of people have this misconcept that by referring to Tong Sheng, an auspicious date can just easily pick up from there. Choosing an auspicious date for wedding is that not simple, a lot of factors have to be considered.

If you are looking for an auspicious date for wedding, my advise to you is to consult an experienced master, let her / him be the best person to advise you an auspicious date.

The joy of wedding. Smiling bride and bridegroom.

A lovely gift from one of our local hotels.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Will you live in this house?

A big tree in front of a big house.
The tree is right in front of the main door.

If you are given a choice to live in this house, will you choose to live in? Let's hear from you!

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Ming Tang 明堂

In Yang Zhai fengshui 阳宅风水, you may have heard of Ming Tang 明堂。This refers to the space (ground) in front of your main door or a place's facing.

An ideal fengshui would be a big space which is clear of obstacles such as lamp post or tree, right in front of main door or facing. The photo below is an example.

If using flying stars theory, if a house's facing is suitable to face water. And if there is reservoir or swimming pool or a pond in front of the house, the occupants of the house will enjoy good fengshui.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Is it okay to live near to power sub-station?

A Unit that is located behind the power sub-station.
Quite a big power sub-station
Another unit is located on the opposite of power sub-station

Another common question which friends and clients like to ask me is," It is okay to be live near to a power sub-station?".

Fengshui aside, I personally would choose to avoid to live near such places. Reasons are as follows: I am worried that electro-magnetic flux that may generate from such sub-stations. If so, I wonder would this cause health-related problems? Maybe someone can clear my doubts?

Apart from that, living near to such places, I may face a greater risk of having safety-hazard related issues.

So if I have a choice, I would choose to avoid.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Uneven Surfaces

I ever seen some houses' entrance with creative floor designs, they used natural materials such as uneven rock-alike surface tiles and unpolished pebbles to place it before their doors or after the doors. Is so unique!

And I have to agree that such designs really make the house more appealing, especially if the designs can give you the feeling of relaxation. However, in fengshui, uneven surface or rough surface can create fengshui issues. After all, our main door is the entrance for Qi , a good Qi can be affected by such uneven surfaces.

In some fengshui books, they stated that uneven surfaces are considered inauspicious. And is better to avoid living near to such uneven surface.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

One of the most common questions

Sometimes when I go house hunting with friends or clients, one of the most common questions that they would ask is," How is the house fengshui that is near to a rubbish collection centre?".

Let's put fengshui aside, maybe we look into another angle of view, hygiene. Having a house that is near to a rubbish collection centre, the possibilities of breathing the unpleasant smell are higher than people who live further away from the collection centre.

I have to praise that our collection centre are well-managed and well-kept here, however there are things such as wind strength (speed) and wind direction are beyond our control. So when the collection centre are in the process of transferring the rubbish into the rubbish collection vehicles and if the wind starts to pick up some speed and it changes direction towards you, chances are you cannot avoid smelling the unpleasant smell unless you have a carbon mask with you or having a blocked nose.

Having saying that, let's take another example, imagine that you and your family is about to start the dinner in dining hall, then suddenly you smell something unpleasant, will you continue to eat? Or the unpleasant smell has affected your mood?
Do you think those units are near to the rubbish collection centre?

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Rich = fat fingers

Recently, I spoke to some bosses (bosses as in they run their own business). I noticed that these bosses tend to have thick fingers, or should I re-phrase as fat fingers? Or fuller fingers?

I have not learned the art of palmistry yet. But I ever heard someone from metaphysics group said that richer people tend to have thick fingers. Maybe I will verify this sometime later. But I also noted that those bosses that I spoke to, apart from having thick fingers, their nose also tend to be bigger and fuller minus the nostril exposed.

Yesterday evening, I got a chance to see a very rich broker, he drives the latest BMW model.. His fingers were thick and his nose was big, filled with flesh. So maybe that explains why he is destined to be loaded?

Fengshui Audit in Adelaide 2005

Fengshui Audit in Adelaide 2005