Free Module 2: Shapes & Form Feng Shui

Chapter 9: The Site

A painting showing a landscape of houses on a site

1. The term site refers  to a particular location surrounding a house or the building. It may be a plot of land on which the house or building is being built or is  already there.

2. Do take note that NO LOCATION is permanently GOOD or BAD. For example, new buildings are often built next to your site and this may affect the harmony of your site or building. Thus "Environmental Scanning" or Feng  Shui `readings' should be undertaken depending on the frequency of changes around your site/building.

 

 

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