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6 Tips From a Fengshui Master

According to a fengshui master, placing certain objects inside a home will disrupt the harmony and result in adverse effects on the people living there. Let’s take a look at what kind of objects will adversely affect the energy flow.

1. Dead wood, dried flowers, or plastic flowers are not suitable inside a home, as they can increase the declining or withering energy.

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(Image: Wechat)

2. From a fengshui perspective animal skulls from ferocious looking animals carry evil spirits.

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(Image: Wechat)

3. Paintings of ferocious animals also carry evil spirits.

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(Image: Wechat)

4. Do not put too many stones or rocks inside a home for they draw out the essence of heaven and earth, and carry yin energy.

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(Image: Wechat)

5. A pond is generally an outdoor water feature. If placed indoors it will generate damp air and create confusion.

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(Image: Wechat)

6. Antiques and artifacts of unknown origin, particularly objects from the place of a person’s death are better kept out of the home. Viruses and bacteria can survive in them, which are not good for health.

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(Image: Wechat)

Translated by Yi Ming

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David Jirard
For several years David has been a contributor to various news sites that focus on the news and culture of China.

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