Homebuying Feng Shui Tips

Homebuying Feng Shui Tips

Buying or renting a new property or business, can be one of the biggest financial commitments that you will undertake in your lifetime. Therefore, before making the purchase or renting the property it would be advisable to confirm that the property will bring you health, wealth and happiness.

If your home is in a place where the environment is positive then it will have a positive affect on your health & well-being.  However, if you live in a place where there is negative energy it will have an adverse affect on your life.

If the environment is positive then you will notice that the local amenities and schools will also be the best and the prices of property will also reflect this.

If the environment has a lot of negative energy then this will also be reflected in the life of those living there.  Thus, it will be reflected in the level of crime, teenage pregnancies, drugs, unemployment and general depression in the area.

The Compass direction of the property also has a profound affect on the energy of the space.  Therefore, as a general rule properties that are aligned to the cardinal directions: North, South, East & West are the best – since they are aligned to the pure chi of all four seasons.

The tips below are general and each property is unique, however, if you are venturing out to buy or rent a new property you would be wise to avoid the following:

General Tips – What to Avoid

  • Avoid properties very close to cemeteries – This can affect your wellbeing.
  • Avoid properties very close to churches and temples – This can affect your wellbeing.
  • Avoid properties very close to power stations – This can affect your health & temperament.
  • Avoid properties very close to rubbish dumps – This can have an affect on your reputation & health.
  • Avoid properties very close to mobile phone masts – This can have an affect on your health.
  • Avoid properties on steep slopes – This can affect relationships, health & wellbeing.
  • Avoid properties that are a very irregular shape – This can affect many aspects of your life.
  • Avoid properties with a T-Junction directly in front – This can affect your health & wealth.
  • Avoid properties where all vegetation is dead and nearby trees etc are all rotten.  This can affect your health.
  • Avoid houses at the end of a cul-de-sac – This can cause energy issues/financial issues.
  • Avoid houses very close to stagnant water – This can affect your health & finances.
  • Avoid houses with toilets in the middle of the house , however there are exceptions so seek professional feng shui advice.

If you already live in one of these environments then there are solutions to most of these issues, so please seek professional feng shui advice.

I must stress that this is a general list and many more things need to be considered, including your astrology, the direction and calculations of the property and countless other factors related with the form and landscape of the property before recommending a home to you.

If you are interested in a pre-purchase property survey contact Priya via email to view the property beforehand and tell you how suitable it will be for you.

Priya Sher – Feng Shui Consultant London based travels internationally

Copyright © 2010 Priya Sher

Comments
5 Responses to “Homebuying Feng Shui Tips”
  1. Lelei says:

    Hi Prya, if it is a cul-de-sac for cars but the road still has a through pedestrian pathway, is that ok? 🙂

  2. Niki says:

    What does T Junction mean?

  3. Rombout says:

    Hello Priya, I wonder if u also got general feng shui tips for a mobile home, i bought a bus, serving as my living place, and i adjusted it to my wishes (see picture here http://boutmanblog.com/on-the-road/ ) Much obliged 😉 Namaste, Ave

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