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Negative Sectors In 2015
Source : Creative Home
Date : 1 Aug 2015
by Dato Joey Yap

People use Feng Shui to help improve the quality of their life in terms of wealth, health and relationship matters. From choosing the right date to renovate a house to planning the layout of a home, we are always looking for ways on how Feng Shui can benefit the home that we live in and the people who live in it.

While our intentions of using Feng Shui are fine and good, we should be aware that all our hard work and energy goes down the drain if there are destructive energies present in the various sectors of our home. Your first “To-Do” thing on your list will be to identify the major afflictions in Feng Shui that could affect your home or work place.

When locating these negative sectors, remember that they change directions and locations periodically every year. Here are some sectors and Feng Shui afflictions for 2015 that you should watch out for when reviewing the various areas of your home.

This year, both the Five Yellow Star and Three Killings will take up residence in the West sector, turning it into one of the most negative sectors for 2015. This is because the negative afflictions here can cause accidents, loss of wealth, mishaps and problems for the entire year. It is best to safeguard yourself and the occupants by not performing any renovation in this sector and leave it as quiet as possible.

The Grand Duke swoops into the Southwest sector, triggering unwanted setbacks, mishaps and accidents. If you find yourself in this sector at work, avoid facing or lingering around this sector for long, unless you want all your work results to have negative outcomes. You should also avoid provoking this sector by not starting any renovation. In fact, even spending more time in this area for any important activities is not a wise thing to do.

The third negative sector this year is Northeast and it is called the Year Breaker. This sector is an inauspicious sector due to the presence of the Year Breaker here. This negative sector is also known as the ‘Wrath of the Grand Duke’ and when aggravated can lead to extremely serious repercussions for the people living here. If you were thinking of starting any renovation or refurbishment work in this area, you would do well to call the whole thing off.

Once you are familiar with these negative sectors in your house, you will be able to devote more attention to other areas in your home that could prove beneficial to you. You will not only be safeguarding the safety of everyone living here but also ensuring that your home will be a conducive place to live, grow and prosper for many generations to come.

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