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Ask Me Anything: Feng Shui for high rise property

Posted on Aug 10, 2018

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Compiled by: Tharmini Kenas tharmini@thestar.com.my

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As ancient Chinese discipline that exists for thousands of years, Feng Shui remains a mysterious subject that is also highly interwoven into our daily lives. Getting the right answer is crucial to align the Feng Shui in our home and our life. This week, Soleil Trinity Resource founder Jessie Lee answers queries regarding Feng Shui.

Q: Can you please share the Feng Shui for high rise properties? Are there any differences between Feng Shui for high rise and landed properties?

A: In landed property, you can harness the energy all to yourself, but in high rise property, you need to share the energy with many people. This is because a high rise property is like a big house with many rooms and compartments. If your unit is in a good position and location, your unit will benefit more from the good energy compared to other units.

Generally, in a blooming and prosperous setting, the landed property has more energy than high rise property. It is to be noted that the Feng Shui technique we use for landed and high rise property is different from one another.

Disclaimer: All data and information provided are for informational purposes only. All information is provided on an as-is basis. All users are strongly encouraged to seek professional advice before relying on any data and/or information provided.

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