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Water Feng Shui for Wealth
Get Rich with Water Feng Shui

Water is the most important part that all feng shui methods use for activation of income luck and wealth luck. The placement of water in feng shui can bring extreme good or bad money luck or disaster to people. 

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  Water Feng Shui - Water Features & Water Fountain used in feng shui for Income & Wealth Luck


"Feng" means wind and "Shui" means water in Chinese. Feng Shui is the study, understanding and dealing with wind and water.

The classic statement, in the book of burial by Master Guo Pu, Jin Dynasty

“the WIND disperse the QI and WATER will contain it”

was the main study of classical feng shui students and masters for centuries.

In this context, qi refers to energy. Qi is carried and dispersed by wind and it is retained by water when it meets water. Wind is the transporter and water is the accumulator of qi.

We cannot control the direction that wind comes and goes from a site. But water, being an accumulator of qi, can direct the flow of qi. With water feng shui formula, we can build a water feature with a flow and it is this flow that directs the qi to bring fortune or misfortune to the site.

Water is the most potent Feng Shui enhancer or remedy for good luck if place on the right location (Wealth Spot) and at the right time with the correct flow and body of water.

Once your wealth spot for the house is located, you may wish to build or purchase a ready made water feature to activate your income and wealth luck.

You have to be aware that there is a different between a flow of water and a body of water. A flow of water is an income enhancer and a body of water is a wealth accumulator. The water flow has to be oriented to flow towards a door or a window if placed outside the house.

If placed inside the house the water must never be placed to flow out towards a door or window. For water flow inside the house orientate the flow towards the center of the house. This is one of the most important basic principle of water feng shui.

To have a water feature that brings amazing wealth luck, we have to work on the Ba Gua, 24 mountains of Fei Xin and 64 hexagrams Da Gua feng shui formula to locate the Water mouth (Wealth Spot). If an auspicious timing and day is selected to activate the water feature, the Chinese called it activating the Water Dragon, the effect, intensity and quantum of wealth luck is going to be tremendous. 

 

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Beside is an example of a good water feature. The photo is taken from a window at the front side of the house. The water flow (income enhancer) towards the house (but not directly towards the main door) and ends in a deep large fish pond (wealth accumulator). The flow of water will activate a constant flow of income and the fish pond, a body of water, is a good wealth accumulator.

Please take note that the design has 6 level waterfalls ending in a single pond. This is a very auspicious  water feature design.

Important: Always keep the water clean with a good filtration system.


 

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A nice water feature for a small living room. If there is a flow of water, make sure the water flow towards the center of the house. Never let the water flows towards any door or window.

Important: Always keep the water clean with a good filtration system.

 

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An aquarium is a good water feature. It is very good for the inside of the house especially when water flow direction cannot be decided. This is because the aquarium does not have a flow of water but is a body of water. The body of water represent your wealth and this feature will enhance your growth of wealth when placed in the right location.

Have one that is proportionate to the room that is placed.

Important: Always keep the water clean with a good filtration system.

 


 

 

Tien (Heaven), Ti (Earth) and Ren (Man) - Trinity of Luck
For water feature to work well as a feng shui enhancer for income or wealth luck, the precise location and flow direction (Ling Shen) in relation to the main door (Zheng Shen) have to be determined.  This is the earth part of the trinity of luck.

The location and direction of the main door (Ti - Earth) have to communicate with the people (Ren - Man). This is when the 4 Pillars of destiny (Paht Chee) of the people is important in fine tuning the feng shui of a place. With earth and man communication, the fortunate energy is ensure to always bring fortune to the people. Otherwise, a feng shui arrangement sometimes work and sometimes don't.

In addition to locating the wealth spot and best flow direction, the date and time (Tien - Heaven) of activation of the water feature will guarantee instant, long term effectiveness in bringing wealth and fortune to the people.

 

A swimming pool is a good body of water wealthy people likes to have in a home. Most people thinks that is a status symbol. Actually, these wealthy people have a swimming pool to protect and act as an enhancer to accumulate and grow their wealth.

Caution:
Do not place any water feature in your home if you do not know precisely where your home's wealth or misfortune spot is. This is because you may unknowingly activate the bad spot instead of the good spot and bring misfortune to the house.

If you have placed a water feature in your home and money matter is a problem, your water feature is definitely placed on a wrong spot. As remedy, I would suggest you to stop the water feature and seek professional feng shui consulting from a classical feng shui expert.

 

 

A few good examples of water features
used in feng shui for income and wealth enhancer.

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A small simple water fountain
 

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A small simple water fountain
 

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A small water fountain with Dragon
 

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A large waterfall with pond
 

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A large pond
 

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Water fountain with large pond
 


In addition, there are three components in water feng shui including the body of water, flow of water and the water mouth.

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The body of water is to retain wealth. The larger the body of water, the amount of qi retained or accumulated will be more.

The flow of water is to enhance income, so make sure the flow of water is directed towards your main door or window. It must be visible from the house. The flow must be smooth and strong but not to fast.

The water mouth, which is also known as the wealth spot is the location within the entire water form which is the most vibrant. Activating the water mouth is the most powerful feng shui secret for wealth and income enhancement.

For more information on the Wealth Spot (Water Mouth), click here
 


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TY Tan is based in Puchong, Malaysia and he conducts on-site Feng Shui consultation within Malaysia and online Feng Shui consultation worldwide.

TY Tan practices Chinese Classical Compass Formula Feng Shui. He uses Eight Mansions and Xuan Kong Flying Star Compass Formula in his Feng Shui analysis for homes and businesses. To ensure effectiveness in his Feng Shui recommendation, he uses Xuan Kong Da Gua formula in locating the wealth spot in homes or business and a special date and time would be selected for wealth spot activation.

He incorporates life reading using 4 Pillars of Destiny (Paht Chee or BAZI) in Feng Shui analysis in order to improve his client's overall luck.

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