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Feng Shui

Feng Shui Tips

If You Are Sourcing a New Location for Your Company Premises


By: Sean Lui, Fengshui Consultant from World of Fortune, Singapore


  • Choose a location that faces open land. It is considered auspicious.

  • Avoid a location that is exposed to the elements, like wind (on top of a hill) and water (at the beachfront).

  • Avoid a location with large monuments and sculptures in the immediate vicinity. There may be hide hidden dangers.

  • Choose to occupy a position among varying roof heights. The difference in height gives an impression of wavy lines, which symbolize water, an icon of good fortune.

  • Take into consideration previous tenants. If past businesses in the area have been known to fail, it may be best to consider an alternative location.



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