Canningvale.QIs it true that it is bad Feng Shui when the stove or oven is located so that the cook’s back is to the East or South-east while cooking. AWhether it is good or bad Feng Shui is primarily dependent on the Chef and also the overall location of the kitchen. It would be untrue to state categorically that this is a generally bad direction from year to year.
Churchlands.Q Please find a plan enclosed and comment on the home built about 10 years ago. A Without personal and topography details other than the home appears to face 72 degrees east – prosperity, health and good relationships are attainable in this home. However diligence is required, as I would imagine that there is very little consistency – always some ups and downs to deal with.
Winthrop.QMy son is having problems in concentrating on his studies when at home could you please help? ATry placing your son’s desk so that his back is to a solid wall and preferably not in line with a door or window. Having his back against a wall will support him and if positioned away from a window or door the flow of chi will be softened thus enabling him to concentrate better.
Forrestfield.QCould you please help me determine the positions of marriage and wealth in my lounge room – are they missing? AWhether any of these areas are energetically ‘missing’ can only be determined by an accurate reading of your overall home. However, to locate your prosperity point you could experiment by placing a bucket of water including a water pump so that the water is not stagnant, in different parts of the lounge room or home – other than the bedroom (for at least a week) and carefully monitor the effects. If you have a positive result then purchase a fish tank and place it in the same position, however if you notice any bad effects, move the bucket immediately or stop the experiment.
Kinross.QI am very interested in Feng Shui and would like to know more about it – what further information could you give me. AOther than this column you could begin by reading different books. However, be discerning in your choice of reading material as there has been approximately 120 new books on Feng Shui published in the past 12 months. A quality read that you may wish to start with is ‘Feng Shui and Destiny’ by Raymond Lo.