Last week I received an email from Alison, “OMG, we are so excited. We found this house over the weekend and I’d like to set up a meeting to discuss your thoughts.” Her email screeched with excitement about the idea of this new home.
For those of you who have taken my course, Mastering Feng Shui, what is the first thing you notice? How about the second? One of the first things I teach my students to do when reading a floor plan is to start with my proprietary system, The Top 5 Disruptors™. Right away you’ll notice the shape of this home is unusual.
Now, the important thing to remember is Feng Shui is not to be feared and an unusual shape does not mean doom and gloom. However, if you are unaware of how Chi operates, and it is left to its own devices, it could absolutely bring doom and gloom, seemingly out of no where.
What makes this home unique is the extension at the front of the home. This is a special extension because it represents the King and Queen of the household, the matriarch and the patriarch. Because it “extends” to the front of the house it could portend complications showing up and disrupting the king and queen – “extending them” beyond their limits. Since this extension also falls in the career sector, we could see their careers as the culprit creating more disruption. Ultimately this could leave a wedge in their relationship and depending on their personal Chi, could lead to infamy. Think OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson.
In addition to the King and Queen being disrupted through their floor plan, there is another factor that needs to be carefully considered, the address. The home’s address is 1832 Carters Creek. If we add those numbers up: 1+8+3+2 = 14, we get 14. In Chaldean numerology the number 14/5 can be a magnetic number, however its shadow side represents movement and challenge. Much luck can happen under a 14, if one navigates it with calculation and grace. But if one is unaware, this number warns of strong currents of change and can attract natural disasters like tornados or earthquakes. And that may not be in the literal sense; one can experience a major shake up or feeling ripped apart which is the Chi of those events. Furthermore, the 14 can attract being in the public eye, and instant fame. Positive fame is good, infamy not so much!
All in all, this home offers incredible benefits, and can bring its homeowner a lot of positive luck. But just like taming a wild horse, you have to take the time to understand Chi, and how it operates. In order to wield this energy you’d need to go into it with your eyes wide open! Otherwise you could end up with a broken heart and everyone knowing about it!
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