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The ancient, philosophical system of Feng Shui is one that many people spend a lifetime trying to master. Others spend small fortunes trying to harmonise their life and living spaces as a means to live by its principals. But time and money shouldn’t stop us all from making positive changes in our lives and surroundings – after all, Feng Shui is for everyone. As such, we’ve enlisted the help of Master Kevin Lau to share five handy tips that just about anyone can use.
1. At Home
In 2017, we should look to put simple, natural things in our homes. Try following these four simple rules:
- To avoid sickness, put a music box with a glass of tap water on the north-western and southern parts of the home. Also, remember to play the music box once daily.
- To minimise negative gossip, put pink things in the western part of the home.
- To enhance the wealth luck, we can put a glass of tap water or a water plant in the eastern side of the home.
- To enhance your love life and relationships with others, put a glass of tap water or a music box in the centre of the home, and remember to play the music box once daily.
Colours have an important effect on human beings, and if we use the wrong colour, we will have bad luck. Therefore, those born during spring and summer time – namely March 5 to August 7 – are recommended to use black, gold, silver, white, grey, or blue. For those born during autumn and winter time – namely August 8 to March 4 – they are recommended to use green, cyan, red, orange, and purple. Colours can be applied to our clothes, accessories, hair colour, colour of our car etc.
3. The Bedroom
Avoid putting any cacti or plants (except water plants) inside your bedroom as it will cause health issues. In addition, you are strongly advised to have nothing above the bed. For example, having lights, lamps, fans, or even a crossbeam are all bad news and can cause health issues.
4. Buying a Home
From now until 2020, I suggest buying your home in areas or districts which face “west or southwest water” and “east or northeast mountain“, as this will be of benefit to your wealth as well as your overall luck financially. For example, in Hong Kong that would be good are Sheung Wan, Sai Wan, Pok Fu Lam, Aberdeen, Tsim Sha Tsui, Olympic City, Lai Chi Kok, Tsuen Wan, and Tuen Mun.
5. Top Piece of Advice Given out in Consultations
In traditional Feng Shui, we will divide a whole apartment or space into nine areas, and according to the accurate direction of the main entrance, there are several formulas that we can calculate and determine which area is good and which is bad.
If someone is sleeping in the worst area of the house, based on its location – such as a bedroom, or in the kitchen of an apartment, we call this area the “permanent sickness and bad place”. He or she will have bad luck with regards to their wealth, career, and relationships with others. I will ask them to put some specific things in the kitchen or bedroom in order to counteract or minimise the negative effects.