Common exterior Feng Shui Sha Qi to avoid

Common exterior Feng Shui Sha Qi to avoid

When we are searching to buy or rent a house, there are some classical "bad" Feng Shui most Chinese people recognize. A Chinese broker will understand the Feng Shui consideration, while others will not agree.

I am not arguing about who is right and who is wrong. People from the different cultural background will choose what they believe the most beneficial house and layout. Both sides have valid points. In this article/video, I am showing some typical Feng Shui most Chinese people will avoid as a residence.

Are they really bad Feng Shui and hopeless? It really depends how you use the space. A place with too much "Sha Qi" (killing Qi) can be good for special professions or bring breakthrough and changes. But in general, when a Qi flow is too strong, too fast, or directly angled at your house, it is not a peaceful place for a residence.

Watch the video about different Sha Qi or negative Qi

Different exterior Feng Shui Shas in pictures

What is "Sha" in Feng Shui?

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Jade belt surrounding the house is a good Feng Shui

 This is a good Feng Shui when a road  or water in front of the house embracing the house like a jade belt.

This is a good Feng Shui when a road  or water in front of the house embracing the house like a jade belt.

Common exterior Feng Shui Sha:

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3 wall knife.jpg
4 sky cutting.jpg
5 road clashing (1).jpg
6 road clashing back.jpg
7 wu gong sha.jpg
8 Scissor Sha.jpg
9 Sandwich sha.jpg
10 pillbox petty people sha.jpg