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Property: 3333 SW Marine, Vancouver, BC Date: Oct 2, 2014
FENG SHUI BACKGROUND & SPECIFICATIONS
I declare this home to be ‘Feng Shui Approved’ after conducting a Classical Feng Shui analysis on this property, using the Flying Star School in combination with the Form School teachings. In my experience, Classical Feng Shui and the Flying Star School are the most accurate mathematical formulas for remedying any challenges & discovering positive impact that the earth & planetary energy, Chi, has on every building. Classical Feng Shui is the original 3000 year old art form that was created and taught by and to the monks of ancient China.
This house is Si SE3 facing, compass reading of 143 degrees, in the time period of 8.
The true traditional practice of Feng Shui is very unlike many of the superstitious beliefs that some people think is real, passed down over the generations. Modern day Chinese are aware that the old superstitions do not hold true as they once did in the past, allowing the true art of Feng Shui to do its powerful work, separating fact from fiction.
FINDINGS & REMEDIES
This is an amazing property, with traditionally auspicious Feng Shui in the exterior landscaping. The land has all the necessary forms around to ensure its protection and prosperity: There is a ‘Black Turtle’ at the back- slightly raised dense trees behind. The ‘Green Dragon’ and the ‘White Tiger’ are present on the east and westsides- hedging and shrubbery providing necessary height and enclosure. Finally, there is a “Red Phoenix’ in the front of the house- the island/ land mass across a bed of water. This property has the added creek that flows under the house, acting as moving water. All these mystical animals symbolize the balance the land has, providing abundant wealth, stability and harmony for this property.
On site, the property is also well balanced. There are no landforms that have any ‘Sha Chi’- negative Chi on this property and house- no T junctions, cul-de-sacs, protruding land masses and sharp corners pointing at the property. The whole property is protected from the city streets so well, that when on site, one is transported into a world of peace, beauty and prosperity. Come Home to Great Chi! 2 www.LuckyMonkeyHome.com
When realizing the ‘good’ or ‘bad’ Feng Shui of a home, one does consider the success of the present owners. The present owners have enjoyed a very successful 4 years on this property, with both parties excelling in their various businesses. They have built and grown this land, filling it with loving Chi. They have now excelled so much in this home, that it is time to relocate to a new home that will support the next phase of their lives.
The primary thing to address here is the moving water that flows under part of the house. This feature is not just an impressive architectural and landscaping design element; it also brings constant Chi toward the house. The concrete modernist architecture provides ample grounding and protection for the base of the house that is above the creek. Unlike a wood frame house, this solid support protects the home from excessive ‘water flow’ that a wood frame home would not be able to provide. Hence the Feng Shui is enhanced.
It is also valuable to note that the zen garden was built around an existing zen garden that had been cared for, for many years. Zen gardens are traditionally designed with precision to enhance and allow Chi to flow, settle and pool in zones that bring peace and prosperity. I also believe that a location of a zen garden is selected based on auspicious Chi and other mystical factors.
After doing the Feng Shui chart analysis of this home, I found the design of the home to be extremely lucky and aligned with the existing Chi that is coming from the planets and the earth. I will mention Water and Mountain Stars often- this means a combination of Chi that is coming from the heavens and planetary energy together with the Chi from the Earth. The inherently modern open concept, with expanses of windows invites Heaven Chi into this home and welcomes it to flow freely into all the zones. Another aspect of the design that supports the Chi is the orange-tone wood in the ceilings and in most of the wood veneer, from the European kitchen to the hidden touch cabinets in the living room. This tone of wood produces Fire Chi. This is vital to ensure any excess Wood Chi is not harmful to the occupants.
In the front facing part of the Kitchen, also the centre of the home, the Mountain Star 1 and Water Star 8 combination promises wealth and happiness. The back facing part of the kitchen has Mountain Star 8 and Water Star 6, promising wealth and fame. These extremely fortunate two zones and the gorgeous featured home alone makes this a most auspicious purchase.
The entrance and dining room has Mountain Star 3 and Water Star 1, another combination that promises more wealth and travels. The waterfall outside the entrance door pulls this fortunate Chi into the home, as well as providing soothing water sounds. As there are no walls, all this fortunate Chi flows readily down and around the solid home, ensuring that all this auspicious Chi is present in all areas of the home.
This house on this plot of land is not just an excellent purchase, it is a rare find in Vancouver. I do stress that the fortunate Chi of Mountain Star 1 and Water Star 8 located in the centre of the home is the most fortunate Chi that one could be lucky enough to have in one’s home. The inherent fortunate Chi in the land that this house sits on, in its surroundings, and with excellent Feng Shui within the house, has this be an auspicious home. In conclusion, this is an excellent purchase, ensuring much prosperity, harmonious family relationships and business success for the new owners.
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