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by Master Thomas Coxon
Authentic Feng Shui
Whilst there are many things which can be done quite easily to improve the feng shui of an existing home, office or business premise, relocating to new premises undoubtedly affords the opportunity to make improvements which are difficult or even impossible otherwise, merely by moving to the right property in the right area.
Master Kyng advises people who are thinking of moving to first improve the feng shui of the property they are in before they move. He claims that by doing so they end up in an even better property than they would otherwise.
Whilst this is not essential, Thomas Coxon has clients who have done just that and he can confirm the wisdom of Master Kyng’s advice.
You can select a house, apartment, office or business premise with good Feng Shui, in an area with good Feng Shui. (Within cities it’s usually quite easy to tell what kind of influences are in a neighbourhood, just by its reputation. In the countryside the differences are usually less obvious, but are still there nonetheless.)
There are two very quick ways to get an overall impression of the feng shui of a property; it’s reputation and how it feels.
Premises whether residential, or business are a bit like people, they have their strengths and they have their weaknesses, and there is an easy way to find out what they are.
Look at how previous occupants got on, and look for patterns.
Maybe their careers or businesses “took off” after moving in. Maybe their children did really well in school. Maybe couples move in and the split up. Maybe businesses move in and then get into difficulties. Maybe they earn lots of money, but it drains out of their bank account as fast as they put it in, or maybe they earn a moderate amount but it just keeps accumulating.
Generally premises with a predominance of good feng shui influences feel nice as you approach them (because the area has beneficial feng shui influences) and they still feel nice once you’re inside (because the feng shui of the building is “right”).
So as you are looking around for potential properties begin to notice how each feels and how the surrounding area feels.
Sometimes though it’s not that clear cut. The property “ticks enough boxes” that you’re very attracted to it but it has some significant snags when you look at the effect that it’s had on previous occupants. Before you reach a decision it’s helpful to know what’s causing the problems, what needs to be done to improve things and by how much they could be improved.
That’s when an assessment by a professional practitioner can be of use.
If there is anything you would like to know, please feel free to ask us.