Hey guys! This is going to be a super short post. I’m not sure if you’ve seen it on my Facebook already, but I recently wrote an article for Feng Shui Nexus on feng shui tips for married couples when they are planning for their next home. You can read the blog post here. The owner of Feng Shui Nexus turns out to be a young Taiwanese man like myself and we share a similar affinity for metaphysics. Definitely a very serendipitous event meeting Victor. You’ll be seeing me write more posts on his blog and sharing them here! And just a sneak peak: I will be publishing a post for a real estate portal real soon and I’ll let everyone know when it’s published!
Anyway, to summarize what the article I’ve written is about: Everyone belongs to either a West or East Feng Shui Kua Group, and you may often find yourself in a situation where you and your spouse belong to a different Kua group and may have conflicting ‘needs’ in terms of feng shui. I shared some of my thoughts on how you can go around this and plan the layout of your next home purchase accordingly. Don’t be too worried if you and your spouse belong to different Kua groups – there’s still a lot you can do to ensure the house is good for both of you and it doesn’t have to be a zero sum game all the time. I’m not saying that getting a house which enhances your Kua group is not important. You’ll often find yourself in situations where a compromise needs to be made because that’s just life, and some planning will be required to ensure that the house is ideal for both husband and wife. If you wish to read up on my thoughts on this subject, don’t forget to head over to the blog post at Feng Shui Nexus!
I’ve been wanting to write a really in-depth and technical post for quite some time now but I’ve yet to find the time for that. I’ll have more technical post regarding West and East Kua Groups in the near future based on the Chinese classic 《八宅明鏡》 so do look out for it! Meanwhile, take care everyone and thanks so much for your support on my new website and blog!