Bad Feng Shui House Location

They say in real estate that location is everything. In Feng Shui, they say that placement is everything. Indeed, the confluence of real estate and Feng Shui suggests that where your house is placed or located determines whether or not you have good Chi.

In terms of location, a house in a good neighborhood, near parks and good schools would normally be considered ideal. However, practitioners of Feng Shui must consider an added element. Where the house is situated in the neighborhood is also important. A bad Feng Shui house location, for example, would be at the end of a T-junction. A good house location would be a house away from a T or Y-junction and seated above sidewalk level.

The flow of Chi is important when considering house location. At the end of a T-junction, a house would bear the brunt of the energy flow. Imagine a blast of energy slamming into your home. Practically speaking, this blast of energy could come from a car crashing into your front door if the driver misses the stop sign.

The chances of a car careening into your living room is remote, I admit. However, negative side effects of noise, shining headlights, and car exhaust are real. A house sitting at the T-junction and/or Y-junction would experience these negative Chi factors more than a house that sits away from the T.

So what can be done about this bad Feng Shui house location?

First, if you have not bought the ill placed house yet…don’t. Even if it seems like a bargain now, you will experience negative Chi while living there and you will not be able to sell it for a good price later. If you are living in such a house now, try relocating your front door. If that is not feasible, plant hedges, shrubs and/or trees in front of the door. These plants can block and absorb the negative Chi that can come fast towards the T. You can also construct a fence to border your front yard. Solid fences are better than chain link or picket fences.

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