Saturday, August 19, 2017

What’s your neighbourhood facing?

Every building or property has a facing, and so does land. By knowing the facing of the land and the source of life energy or Qi receiving from its environment, these provide an indicative assessment of the Feng Shui quality of the area, determining whether properties that sit on this land are receiving relatively positive energy needed to help its occupants to achieve positive outcome in their life endeavours.

'By knowing the facing of the land and the source of life energy or Qi receiving from its environment, these provide an indicative assessment of the Feng Shui quality of the area ...'

Qualifying the land facing and its source of energy can be ascertained by various Feng Shui principles, and one specific technique is by Qi Men Dun Jia (奇门遁甲).

Generally, the source of energy is usually referring to Water and its presence is preferred within the close vicinity to the property. Should water is not seen in the environment, then roads, streets or highways could be considered as virtual water.


The following examples illustrate how it is seen in these development.

Example #1:
Using Clementi Northarc at Clementi as an illustration, the residential development could be facing North with incoming water passing by the facade of the development from the East. This indicates that the area could be receiving positive energy from the incoming water, supporting the life endeavours of the residents in this area.


Clementi Northarc in a BTO sales launch on Feb 2017


Example #2:
Using Rivervale Shores at Sengkang as an illustration, the South facing residential development could be receiving positive energy from the incoming water from the West or Southwest, giving a good indication that the Feng Shui quality of this area is relatively good.

Rivervale Shores in a BTO sales launch on Aug 2017


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