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Getting Dining Feng Shui Right

In feng shui, one of the most important rooms in the house - and thus one of the first addressed in any feng shui investigation - is the Dining Room. This is the room that represents the harmony and quality of relationships within the family. Getting the dining room feng shui right is what brings excellent family relationships with spouses and siblings getting along well and being supportive of each other.....

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How To Select A Good Location For Your Home

Whether you are looking for an auspicious plot on which to build a new house or seeking a new ready-built home, there are a number of factors to bear in mind to ensure good feng shui. The following are 10 easy tips to help you.....

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The Feng Shui of Garden Structures

Every structure within the garden – sculpture, wall, gate or container – creates its own energy and whether or not this energy is good or bad depends on the way each structure is placed in relation to doors, pathways and the orientation of the house.

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Designing A House to Incorporate Multiple Feng Shui Formulas

Incorporating multiple feng shui theories into building design is a complex process and requires many key decisions. Issues range from selecting the facing direction of your property and elevation design to overcoming the feng shui limitations of your land. Here is one approach to using Flying Star charts and building
a Castle Gate door.

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The Experience of Space

Creating space should be more than just a simple arrangement of one’s surroundings. Space should enable occupants to experience the flow of energies. Arrangement of furniture and choice of soft furnishings affect the mood of rooms and this can and should complement the flow of energies.....

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Shapes of Buildings Have Important Feng Shui Implications

Architecturally, the essence of every building form is a basic shape, which in feng shui can be associated with one of the five elements. These shapes are the square or cube, which represents the element of earth, the rectangle which signifies wood.....

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Lantau’s Landscape Features the Auspicious "8"

Hong Kong is world famous for its shopping, scintillating night life and frenetic pace. Yet less than an hour away on Lantau Island is fresh air, blue sky and bliss in the form of the world famous Giant Buddha and its new attraction “Wisdom Walk”.

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Feng Shui for Better Kitchens

The kitchen area exemplifies the heart of a family’s social standing. This is the place for the family to gather during festive periods to produce flavourful dishes that symbolize the family’s unique culture.....

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What to Look for When You Buy Your House

Buying your own home is everyone’s dream. When making this crucial decision first choose which neighborhood or development to consider. Think which neighborhood is right for you. There are plenty of factors to consider.....

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Different Homes Need Different Feng Shui

Large mansions with plenty of space to work with usually have better potential for harnessing good energy, because space allows for the free movement of auspicious Chi flow. But in today’s world where real estate is scarce and highly priced, this is not the case.....

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Designing the Feng Shui of Bedrooms

What is the ideal feng shui bedroom? Is it where we find solace, a place to rest, a place for love? Or do we look on the bedroom as the ultimate sanctuary? For most people it is a place for all of these things, and since we want so much from our bedrooms, how can we use feng shui to magnify all these aspects of what we want? Chris Yeo examines the design features of a feng shui conducive bedroom.

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6 Easy Steps to Feng Shui Garden Design

Demarcate Your Garden on Paper, Decorate Based on the 5 Elements, Choose the Right Garden Furniture, Select Auspicious Plants and Flowers, Select the Right Kind of Water, Lighting in the Garden

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Watch for Cramped Spaces and Narrow Corridors

The 2 important things to look out for in interior feng shui are dark corners and cramped spaces in the home. This is where stagnant chi can accumulate, creating stale energy that can cause illness, exhaustion, low energy and general lack of interest. Cramped spaces suggest life does not flow smoothly.

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The Feng Shui of Staircases

Staircases are conduits of chi in the home. They are where chi moves from one level of the home to the next level. When your staircase has good feng shui, it distributes good fortune to the rest of home. However, when it is bad from a feng shui perspective, it spreads harmful energy causing illness, robbery and misfortune.

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Designing Your Office Environment to Maximize Harmony, Productivity & Profit

When planning your office environment, it is always ideal to identify which sectors are auspicious and which are not. Based on the facing direction of your office lot, generate Flying Star charts which allow you to identify to areas in the to allocate key departments and staff, and which to utilize for operational and maintenance services.

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6 Tips for a Balanced Home

When designing your home interiors, it is important to create a well-balanced living environment. From your choice of furniture through to the type of flooring and wall colours you pick, combined with the many different lighting styles available, you can greatly affect the concept and mood you are trying to achieve.

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Feng Shui Arrangement for Your Living Room

The feng shui of the family dining room is very important if you want to activate for abundance luck for the family. The ideal location for the dining room is in the center or deep inside the home. When the heart of the home is regularly occupied by the whole family, it creates harmony and prosperity luck.

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Matching Materials & Colours to Suit Your Element

Based on the time, day, month and year of your birth, you can determine your self-element and whether you are a strong or weak element. This translates to how the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) influence our lives based on the destructive and constructive cycles of elements.

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5 Element Homes

In architectural lingo, the phrase Form & Function crops up a great deal. So what is Form & Feng Shui and how is this incorporated into house design? Form is usually symbolized by shape, which can also symbolize one of the five elements of feng shui.

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When East Meets West

When you think East meeting West, the mind instantly leaps to fusion dining or a mixture of oriental and western values as manifested in behavior, dressing and thinking. In feng shui however, East meeting West means something very different indeed.

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Feng Shui For A Small Office

A fulfilling work life filled with happy vibrations that stay with you through the day can be assured when you make an active effort to harness positive Chi around you, no matter how small the personal space allotted to you. Feng shui can be used by the most humble employee and by the most important of CEOs.

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Creating A Feeling Of Space Brings Excellent Feng Shui

There are so many factors to consider when you want to improve the feng shui of your home. In this issue, CHRIS YEO discusses the benefits of open-spaced concepts in living room design, while also investigating new ways to apply elemental feng shui without going overboard with excessively bright colours.

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Creating an Auspicious Garden to nourish your inner feng shui

Other than rearranging your interiors and placing feng shui enhancers through one’s house, a common area that is often neglected is the garden. Now, not all of us are fortunate enough to own a bungalow or house with a decent-sized garden.

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4 Easy Steps to a Good Feng Shui Office

Integrating feng shui into your office environment can prove to be one of few instances you get to design a space specifically for you. Through use of materials and furniture layouts, all the way to the use of furniture pieces .....

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Designing a Period of 8 NORTH Facing House

Feng Shui architect CHRIS YEO shares with us the basis of designing a house while taking into account feng shui and Flying Stars. He maintains that it is possible to design the perfect feng shui house, which also fits in well with aesthetics and functionality .....

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Locating your car porch correctly

In the modern age, cars have made the world much smaller. Most households today have at least one car, so it is useful to know just how the mere presence of cars can affect your feng shui. Cars are made of metal therefore they hold metal energy in abundance. So what does this have to do with feng shui?

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Buying a New House?

Your surroundings exert a huge influence on your life. It affects your personal health, your happiness and your wealth. It has a direct bearing on the opportunities that come to you. Selecting a house with good feng shui should thus feature significantly in your house-buying decision.

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Yin & Yang in a Studio Apartment

Separating the private and public areas of a studio apartment is best viewed as a demarcation of yin and yang spaces. The private bedroom area should be quiet and tranquil (and thus more yin) while the public living area can be vibrant and thus, more yang.

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Making The Most Of Your EIGHT LUCK Directions

The Pa Kua is made up of eight sides signifying the eight directions. Each direction represents one kind of luck, and has its own element. To make each direction’s luck work for you, energize with either the self-element of the sector, or the element that produces it. It’s that simple.

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Designing a SouthEast 2/3 House

One of the things upmost in your mind today may be the change of Period. Feng shui enthusiasts likely have poured over the various Period 8 charts to see if they can transform their present homes in order to enjoy the lucky stars of the new period.

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Competitive Edge

Lillian Too says do what successful corporate tycoons and businessmen from China, Hong Kong and Singapore do.

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Configuring Your Office Layout

In this issue, CHRIS YEO discusses office layout and urges a move away from the conventional centipede or railway track design.

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Picking The Right Apartment

Ever considered using feng shui to help pick the next apartment you intend to purchase? Here are some tips that may change your perspective when apartment shopping.

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