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Feng Shui an important consideration for home buyers

Since a house is probably most homeowners' single largest asset, consumers buying a new property have to evaluate many important criteria to ensure that they make the right decision in their investment. The obvious factors for most purchasers are the tangible details - price, location, residence type, home size, design etc. However, for certain investors, there are also other intangible aspects in the home that matter just as much. One such aspect that is often considered in the Malaysian context is the Feng Shui of the home.

Buyers who are sensitive to the Feng Shui of the home often go that extra mile to ensure that their home is an auspicious investment; even to the extent of consulting with Feng Shui masters on their property.

 However, an investment dilemma can occur when the house of our dreams meets all our conventional expectations, but is determined as inauspicious by the Feng Shui experts. Should home buyers disregard their evaluation of the property and heed the advice of their Feng Shui advisor? In this modern age, is 5000 years of ancient wisdom more important than tried and tested evaluation criteria like location or price of new homes?

The fact is, that in Feng Shui studies, no house should be considered a bad house. At its very core, Feng Shui is an art of prevention. Whilst certain aspects of the house may be considered to be inauspicious, there are always options open to homeowners to nullify these negative elements.

The sum of the whole

Consider a fairly commonplace home-related scenario as an example. According to commonly accepted Feng Shui wisdom, houses that face T-junctions are not situated in the most auspicious of location. Does that mean that purchasers of such homes are making a bad investment decision? Will the residents of such homes be destined to suffer in their personal and professional lives?

Not necessarily. The important factor to remember for home buyers is the fact that considerations such as location, orientation and other such external criteria are not the only aspect of a home which can have a strong influence on its Feng Shui. Statistically, residents of home facing T-junctions are likely to be n poorer or unluckier than their neighbors further along the road. In fact, occupants of these particular homes may have better luck in personal matters.

All other factors remaining constant, the difference is that for these particular individuals there is an astrological match between their date of birth and the home itself. This match could have been augmented by the residents of the home making many small but vital changes in the interior configuration of their home. The key point to note is that the overall Feng Shui condition is not just based on the house and external environment alone but the combination of both the occupants and the house.

Feng Shui condition of typical homes

From past research into the Feng Shui of modern homes, most dwellings have been found to possess an average Feng Shui condition. Approximately 90% of homes will have a neutral influence on their occupants; meaning that the residence will neither hinder nor assist the individual in his everyday life. Buyers who are extremely fortunate might end up purchasing one of the 5% of homes that are considered very auspicious residential property. As a result, there is a good chance that the occupants will prosper and experience drastic increases in wealth, happiness and health in their lives because the home is directly assisting them. On the other hand, unfortunate buyers of the homes at the other 5% of the spectrum will end up residing in homes with poor Chi or airflow condition. Residents moving into such homes may inexplicably find life to become unusually miserable, when shortly before that it had been going very well for them. Cases of people running amok in their home or businessmen going bankrupt after moving into a new home highlight the myriad ways in which negative Feng Shui can influence people.

Counteraction negative Feng Shui

In order to produce a positive Feng Shui condition, a prospective home owner would have to carefully select a piece of land and build a custom-designed home according to a Feng Shui master's recommendations as to what would ideally match his astrological requirements. The fact is that most home buyers are in no financial position to place Feng Shui as a top priority when deciding on their ideal home. Investors have to choose from what is available on the resale or new home market. Investors who ultimately purchase and reside in one of the Feng Shui neutral or negative homes in the residential market - the majority of people - should bear in mind that there are always options open to them to counteract this poor Chi. Changes to the homes can be made progressively, and do not necessarily have to take the form of drastic structural renovations. More affordable modifications to the home interior should be considered as a first option.

Interior options

Due to the fact that most people are not willing or able to renovate their home in order to produce an optimal Feng Shui condition with regards to the external environment, the most reasonable option is to then consider affordable interior changes that they could make. A Feng Shui consultant can advise homeowners on various measures that they should take to minimize the negative Chi in the home. Although making changes in this manner will not guarantee that all negative Chi in the residence is suppressed, it is definitely better than choosing to neglect the situation altogether. Progressive changes to the interior that match the homeowner's astrological requirements will have a beneficial effect for residents.

The internal environment of the house accounts for approximately 70% of the overall Feng Shui effect that the property can have on residents. The internal environment encompasses factors such as interior layout, internal structure, room orientation and physical placement of objects within the home and room colors. The external environment considers the direction in which the house faces, structures obstructing the home and geological entities such as mountains and water to be a paramount importance. It accounts for the remaining 30% of overall Feng Shui influence exerted on residents.

Since the home interior is vitally important to the Feng Shui condition of the house and effectively determines the life success of its occupants, a reasonable compromise can be made by engaging specialist consultants to advise individual households on all the ways in which they can positively alter the internal environment to nullify the negative Chi. The overall Feng Shui condition can be affected by simple modifications which may not be immediately apparent to the homeowner. These can range from very straightforward changes like moving the furniture through to changing the types of fabric used on the furniture to uniquely customize for each household according to their astrological needs. Such changes would be very difficult for a layperson to divine by reading self help Feng Shui books. Nonetheless, most house owners would be able to create a harmonious Feng Shui environment without necessary having to resort to expensive renovations or structural modifications; simply by careful selection and orientation of physical colors and objects in the household.

 

 

 
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