If you are a real estate
investor, you would be most familiar with
the 3 most important factors of property investment i.e "Location, location,
In Feng Shui,
site selection is very important as per middle scroll of 'Qing
Nang Jing', (Green Satchet Classic, Huang Shih Kung, 230 BC).
"Zi Wei is
the emperor in Heaven,
He rules facing South,
Tian Shi at the Eastern Palace,
Xiao Wei in the Western Palace,
Tai Wei in the Southern Palace,
Together, they shine from the four directions"
Wherever you choose to buy or rent a house, the location is
the most important factor. This is because the external
landscape is something that we cannot change. We can enhance
or cure the feng shui of the
of our home or change the interior layout of our house or
correct the landscape within our property. But
we cannot change the
4) There should be an opened undulating plot of land in front
house. It would be even more fortunate for the site if there
meandering slow moving river with healthy vegetation on this
plot of land.
5) At the other end of the plot of empty space there should be
hills symbolising the "crimson phoenix".
The formation describe above is like a low arm-chair formation
a low leg rest in front. Having such a formation is most
Today's modern living is quite impossible to look for such a
In cities, you have to be aware of the formation of buildings,
gardens, roads, canals, drains and other man-made structures.
Buildings is equivalent to hills and mountains. Roads is
More Feng Shui Tips for Site Selection.
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