© 1997 -
by Master Thomas Coxon
Authentic Feng Shui
Feng Shui -
Sample of Findings and Recommendations
Each consultation is unique, and the contents of the verbal and written parts of our report are determined by the strengths and weaknesses of the Feng Shui of the property concerned, combined with the expressed interest of our client.
However, the following extract will give you an indication of the breadth and depth of our analysis and reporting.
Notes & Recommendations
Overall the Feng Shui of this is house is unusually good by UK standards, but there are some things which can be done to further improve it.
The “Green” bedroom feels like human chi has been leaking out into it. (This often happens when someone is seriously ill in a room). It can be cleared by burning incense (e.g. frankincense or sage) in it twice a day for a week and then redecorating. Then vaporize rose oil in the room once a week for a month or two.
Colours can be used to balance and harmonize areas of the house.
General Rules for Room Layouts
Positioning Objects to Benefit from the Influences
The Bathroom is fine from a Feng Shui stand point, but if you want to alter it try to keep the water drainage points in D, E & H. If possible relocate the toilet so it’s no longer opposite the door. Also, if you redecorate, incorporate plenty of “Wood” and “Fire” colours in the decor.
Moving in date
The best time of year to move into this house is between 4th Feb. and 5th April, so your expected moving in time round the end of Feb. should be fine. Either Wednesday 28th Feb. or Thursday 1st March will be particularly good days for you to move into this house.
If there is anything you would like to know about our reports, please feel free to ask us.