EXTERNAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE STRUCTURE
External factors affect not only the character, but also the well-being of the person living in the house. The bend of the river, the shape of the flyover passing by the house, the size, shape and direction of the corners of the neighboring house can disrupt the harmony of even the most favorable flow of qi. Therefore, when planning a house, it is necessary to carefully consider all external conditions.
The following Feng Shui rules will help to avoid negative external factors.
1. The house should not be facing the facade of a T-shaped or Y-shaped road.
2. The location of the house at a dead end of the road is considered unfavorable.
3. In front of the house there should not be a U-shaped road or river with a bulge towards the house.
4. The house should not face the funeral home or cemetery.
5. The house should not be facing the church or temple.
6. The house should not overlook the chimney or water tank.
7. A large tree or power pole facing the house is considered an adverse factor.
8. The house should not stand in front of a hospital or police station.
9. An unfavorable factor is the angle of the roof of the neighboring house, indicating the facade of your home.
10. It is undesirable to position the house in such a way that a river runs from the back of it or runs through a canal.
11. Try to keep the house away from the flyover.
12. The house should not face the bridge.
13. If in doubt, consult a Feng Shui master as early as possible to avoid unnecessary expenses.
14. Favorable is the location of the house in a picturesque natural setting.
INTERNAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE STRUCTURE
Feng Shui masters perceive a direct correlation between the shape of the house and the fate, wealth and behavior of its inhabitants. Home is the foundation of every person’s life. By identifying and shaping qi flows, a correctly selected home interior will nourish and support the qi of the inhabitants, help them achieve their goals in society and cope with adverse circumstances, ranging from minor turmoil to serious problems.
The following are a few Feng Shui rules regarding internal factors affecting your home.
1. The house should not be built on the site that was previously used as a cemetery; at the place where the funeral home was located before; as well as at the place where the massacre took place.
2. It is undesirable to place a pond in the center of the house.
3. The window, as well as any hole in the ceiling or wall in the center of the house is considered an adverse factor.
4. Do not place the fireplace in the center of the house.
5. There should not be a toilet in the center of the house.
6. The floor level in the house should not be lower than the level of the road passing near the home.
7. Sewer pipes should not pass under the house.
8. Do not make the roof in the house too steep and high.
9. The walls of the house are undesirable protrusions and indentations.
10. The home should not be too stuffy or too dark.
11. The “side of the dragon” (left wall) in the house should be higher than the “side of the tiger” (right wall).
12. The extension to the back of the house should not be lower than the main part of the structure.
13. A U-shaped house is not recommended.
14. It is undesirable to place a water tank in the center of the house or land.