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More Feng Shui Bathroom Myths Exposed

The misguided author of an internet article on bathrooms puts forth the argument that bathrooms represent water and that this can somehow correlate with a person feeling like they are “drowning” in some part of their life. First of all, most people do not spend enough time in their bathroom for it to be considered a major influence on one’s life. Other areas, such as a bedroom or home office or living room carry much more impact on a person’s well-being. If a person spends an excessive amount of time in their bathroom, this might indicate a physical or mental disability way beyond the scope of Feng Shui.

Next, even though the bathroom contains a toilet with some water in it, I wouldn’t call this an over whelming amount of water. I have more water in my dining room fountain. Nor should anyone be concerned with the water that enters … Read More

Facts About the Four Major Feng Shui House Types

Classical feng shui students learn about the four major house types within the first few days of instruction. These houses are described in broad brush strokes. Two of the four are supportive for health and relationships and two are not. Two of the four are supportive for financial luck and the other two are not. But to place too much emphasis on these four categories of house types, is like judging a book by its cover or a painting by its frame.

In the 20th century, these four house types were given catchy descriptions, translated from more non-literal Chinese terms, whereby we have one house type that is now labeled “good for people/good for money” (aka Wang Shan Wang Shui). The exact opposite house type is referred to as “Reversed,” as in the reverse of the best house. Then there are the two mixed house types, with one being … Read More