Friday, May 15, 2009

Feng Shui Robbery?

This past week my son came home from school and said, "Mom! My friend Matthew's house was robbed yesterday!"

The good news is that the family wasn't home so no one was hurt. The bad news is that they lost some valuable items and now feel quite vulnerable too.

When I heard about the robbery the first thing that came to mind is: I'll be their house faces East." (Whenever I hear good news or bad my mind always jumps to the feng shui of the situation.)
Sure enough. I looked up the address on Google and the front of the house does face east (it's the house with the red dot over it). This year the feng shui Robbery Star sits in the east meaning that homes and businesses that face this direction have an increased chance of losing money, being robbed, going bankrupt or having expenses drain away income.

On top of that another feng shui energy called The 3 Killings is in the East. When you combine the 3 Killings with the Robbery Star the negative energy is intensified. In other words, it's a bad combination and one you want to avoid if you can.

On top of that the house is at the end of a T-intersection. The road runs right into their house. This is bad feng shui design because it creates 'attack' energy for the home and the people who live there.

Since you can't move a home like this and it's not practical to just pick up and move your best bet is to use Landscape Feng Shui and Flying Star Feng Shui (which I also call Time Feng Shui) to tone down this negative energy as much as possible.

This way the energy is not so overwhelming for you and you can be prepared for years when the Flying Stars on your front door are not so great.

Sign up now for your Flying Star feng shui at and call me at 561-784-0884 for a Landscape feng shui consultaton.

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