Happy returns

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 19 December, 2010, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 19 December, 2010, 12:00am

So, you've had a fung shui professional examine your office or home and have made the requisite changes that he or she has recommended. Does this mean you won't need any fung shui advice for as long as you stay in the appraised property?

To answer this question, you need to consider a few factors. First, if there are significant changes to the external or internal environment of your property, the fung shui will be affected. For instance, if there's a new building within your immediate vicinity or if a neighbouring building is demolished, you may need a professional to help ascertain if there are any benefits or issues associated with the change. The fung shui of a building will also be affected by the addi- tion of nearby roads, drains or bridges.

The approach or formula a consultant employs is also important. If he has advised you on the annual wealth or romance sector, keep in mind that these sectors change and you'll need to readjust your home or office accordingly in each lunar year. If he has employed a method that isn't affected by time - for instance, one based on direction and location - then you may not require a consultation each year.

If you encounter unexpected financial or health issues, you should consider reassessing the fung shui. But some of us may prefer to prevent that by seeking annual assessments.



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