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Embracing Water with Feng Shui
Source : I Property (Aug 90 Issue)
Date : 1 Aug 2012
by Joey Yap

In this issue, let us take a look at the common internal features to observe when evaluating the Feng Shui of a property with the placement of Water or interior Water. One general rule for any unfavorable internal form. We must determine if it is a curable situation though not every situation needs curing, and in some cases, passing up on the property may be your best bet. The idea is to find a place that already has a good Feng Shui Quotient where you can spend money on improving, not fixing.

It is not uncommon to find houses with water features such as small pond or an aquarium built into the interior of the property. The placement of Water is an important aspect of a Feng Shui consultation and is something that should be left to the professionals as incorrect placement could create serious problems for the occupants. Water substantially affects the flow of Qi in a property and is something that should always be given serious consideration. When done right, Water will encourage positive Qi flow.


Avoid a property with a pool cutting into it meaning, a pool built almost 'into' the house, where part of it is indoors and the rest, outdoors. The kind of problems the occupants will experience will depend on the sector this pool is located.

Steer clear of properties with a pond or body of water in the centre. The centre is the heart of the house and the central palace should always be Yin, where it is stable and quiet. Also avoid building a pond underneath the staircase, especially if the staircase is close to the centre of the property.

Do not choose a property with a pool above the main door or porch as it is an extremely detrimental formation that can cause significant loss of wealth.


Waterfall, either inside or outside the property, is a negative feature, depending on the sound it generates. However, if the waterfall creates a pleasant sound- gently rippling or gurgling noise- then it is fine. Even so, you still need to consider if it is located in a suitable sector for Water in the house.


Take this into consideration only when a substantial sized tank (anything more than five feet in length) is involved, as it will invariably assert some Feng Shui effect. If you plan for this, it is best to consult a Feng Shui master first. The types and number of fish in the aquarium is not relevant in Feng Shui. Finding the right location to collect and stimulate Qi which is the purpose of employing the aquarium solution, is more pertinent.


Toilets do not flush away wealth or emit negative Qi. This is the wrog impression. But this is not to say that the location of toilets is not significant in Feng Shui. It is a consideration, if the property has a toilet- or specifically, the actual toilet bowl or bathtub itself, and not referring to the toilet room-squarely above the main door. It is advisable to either move the main door inwards, outwards, or relocate the toilet bowl. Do note that if the ceiling at the main door area is high, this is not a problem. The same applies if you have a toilet bowl directly above the kitchen stove or bed.

As mentioned earlier, it is highly recommended to consult a Feng Shui professional to do a proper evaluation for Water placement. That way, you can be rest assured it is done right for your benefit.

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