House and Road Feng Shui Tips

Buying Your Home


Feng shui - Buying Your Home

Look for a house with a shape relating to the element whose characteristics match your personality. The square and rectangular shapes of earth and wood offer the best security and stability. To get a better idea on the shape that suits your personality and element, please refer to our section on elements.

Feng shui - Mountains

Look for a house with a large mountain or a building behind it rather than an open space. Any mountain shape other than one that has a jagged outline is good.

Feng shui - Roads

Houses are in the best position on straight or gently curved roads, away from sharp bends or junctions. The movement of traffic on the road should be in little waves and of a non-polluting nature. This indicates a generation of wealth.

Feng shui - Shapes of Houses

Look for a house with a shape relating to the element whose characteristics match your personality. The square and rectangular shapes of earth and wood offer the best security and stability. To get a better idea on the shape that suits your personality and element, please refer to our section on elements.

Feng shui - Tunnels

Houses above underground tunnels are best avoided, as the vibrations coming from below represent an undermining of your labour

Feng shui - Why is The Houses for sale?

If the house is being sold because of bankruptcy, the new owners could end up taking on the misfortune.

If the previous owner has died from an unnatural cause, it is best not to move into such a house

If a fire has occurred more than once, it is a strong indication that it is a fire-prone plot

Feng shui - Rivers

Rivers or water bodies should ideally be to the east of the house, or failing that in the southwest until the year 2004. From 2004 to 2023 it should ideally be in the southwest, or failing that, in the East.

Feng shui - Yin & Yang

Yin and Yang are the complimentary, yet opposing principles of Chinese philosophy. They are like two sides of a coin. Yin is dark, feminine and negative. Yang is bright, masculine and positive. These two forces continually interact with one another and this interaction is thought to maintain the harmony of the universe. When they blend and achieve balance, there is harmony.

Yin elements include houses, trees, all inanimate objects and darkness. Yang elements include people, animals, light and animate things.

Yin and Yang affect your home and the way you decorate it. Read about some common negative problems with houses, and the solutions for them.

The use of Yin and Yang here is to illustrate that your house does not become too dark. On the other hand, in a big garden, shrubs, rose arches and rockeries can have a pleasing effect on a flat landscape.

Feng shui - Water Pipes

Large underground water pipes, other than ordinary domestic pipes, running in a back-to-front direction represent a drain of finances. Such houses should be avoided.

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