Many of my friends have requested that I put up a follow-up article on the potential remedies to address my earlier written article posted in August 2020 regarding ‘Missing Areas’ in a residential property.
In that article, I have mentioned that the best remedy is to choose to stay in a ‘square-rish’ house instead of living in an odd shape dwelling; as odd shape floor plans may imply certain inauspicious ‘consequences’ for certain family members.
Here is a quick ‘refresher’ on the definition of ‘Missing Areas’ on your house’s floor plan:
Whilst some people are not ready to relocate to a better FengShui property, perhaps some adjustments in the form of placements may help to dilute the inauspiciousness of missing areas. It may not remove or ‘cure’ the Missing Areas, but it may help to mitigate and ‘weaken’ the inauspicious vibes.
Note: Each of these 8 directions is an elemental representation. Therefore, the use of mirrors is strongly discouraged; as mere reflections do not enhance or ‘weaken’ an elemental direction. It merely serves to deceive the eye.
Let’s start with the South direction (sector). The Fire element is the presiding ‘deity’ in the South sector. If this area is missing or ‘compromised’ on the floor plan, I would suggest that you consider putting up a coat of red or pink paints on the wall(s), and/ or improve the lightnings features, and/ or the placement of red carpets nearest to this sector. Please avoid any water placements, dark colours and metallic figurines in the South sector.
The North direction (sector) is represented by the Water element. Hence the remedy is the complete opposite from the applications for the South direction. I would suggest that you consider putting up a coat of light/ dark blue paints on the wall(s), and/ or the placement of water features like a fountain or an acceptable fish tank size aquarium nearest to this sector. Please avoid any strong lightnings or red furniture in the North sector.
Both the West and North West sectors are represented by the Metal element. I would suggest that you consider putting up a coat of white/ yellow paints on the wall(s), and/ or the placement of metal features like metallic auspicious figurines nearest to this sector. Please avoid any strong lightnings or red furniture or water features in the West and North West sectors.
Both the East and South East sectors are represented by the Wood element. I would suggest that you consider putting up a coat of green paint (various shades of green) on the wall(s), and/ or the placement of wood features like plants nearest to this sector. Please avoid any strong lightnings or red furniture and especially metallic figurines in the East and South East sectors.
Both the North East and South West sectors are represented by the Earth element. I would suggest that you consider putting up a coat of yellow/ brownish paints (various shades) on the wall(s), and/ or the placement of earth feature like Amethyst crystals nearest to this sector. <For friends who have seen these Amethyst crystals in your bosses’ houses, you would understand why they have invested in these expensive objects as both these sectors are key to prosperity and good health>
Please do avoid any placement of plants or metallic objects in the North East and South West sectors.
“Complete Missing Areas” in a property are never encouraged when you are shopping for a new residential unit. Despite the application of remedies as mentioned above, it will not alter the fact that a ‘Missing Area/ Sector’ is not receiving any form of ‘Qi’. It only serves to dilute or weaken the potential inauspicious aspects.
If you are currently residing in a property with Missing Areas and also have these following pair of numbers within your unit numbers, I would consider your house’s FengShui to be of very poor quality.
1808/ 8081, 1008/ 8001, 108/ 801, 107/ 701, 106/ 601, 906/ 609, 907/ 709, 908/ 809, 1718/ 8171, 9897/ 7989, 7909/ 9097, 9808/ 8089, 2171/ 1712
Please do consider to relocate.
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