you putting the best of the lamps and lights in your house,
hanging the costliest chandeliers that money can probably
buy. Your rooms are looking absolutely elegant with those
antique light shades and the huge chandeliers. You are
now waiting for the night, so that you can lit the house
with those decorative lights. Come the night, and there
is NO power supply. Are the lights of any use? Will your
house shine with those best of the chandeliers put in
your house? Power in this case represents the energy that
needs to flow in, to energize those lights. If power doesn’t
flow in, the best of the lights are rendered ineffective.
same principle plays a pivotal role when one considers
doing a good Feng Shui for any property. Feng Shui audit
is not just about considering the internal layout of the
house or re-arranging the internal layout; the external
factors assume a far more dominating influence in determining
the goodness of a property.
a Feng Shui point of view, one would also immensely benefit
if the external factors (the environment) surrounding
the house or the property or the site are taken into consideration.
The right external environmental factors not being present
may contribute very less or nothing to any amount of Feng
Shui done inside the house or a property. Similar to power
not flowing in will render the lights useless inside the
what are the external factors that a good Feng Shui warrants?
In rural locations, the external formations is more in
the form of hills, mountains, lakes and water courses;
while in cities its largely in the form of surrounding
buildings and roads. Ancient Chinese texts determine suitable
sites by looking at the landscape to the rear, on either
side of the property and in front of a property.
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