Feng Shui, Art of Water Placement

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by Master Jon Sim

The use of water feature has been widely applied in Feng Shui practice. It is believed to be able to create wealth and good fortune by many. But this is however not true. Water does not in any way represent wealth, abundance and prosperity. By the law of nature, "Qi" is carried and dispersed by the wind and preserve in the water.

In fact, having the wrong application and placement of water feature in your home may actually just bring you and your family more harm and misfortune instead, probably also resulting in a financial loss.

In this ancient Chinese knowledge, the use of water is there to only help harness the "Qi" of our surrounding environment to better enhance your life achievement.

By the law of nature, "Qi" is carried and dispersed by the wind and preserve in the water.

In Xuan Kong Feng Shui, water is used to gather the good "Qi" to bring about beneficial changes in your life. The placement of water in your house is arranged accordingly to the different period and individual house's directional position to help achieve that.

Perhaps there are just some water features lying in your home right now at this very moment? Then you should better be beware of the possible danger you might be actually facing if the positioning of them are wrong.
Below are some common general Feng Shui guides that you might have come across.