The article hopes to serve as an example to share the knowledge of Classical Feng Shui principles that could be used to assess the Feng Shui quality of the property with its environment.
In the realm of Feng Shui, there are two hidden gems that hold the power to transform your life – water and mountains. These natural elements aren't just picturesque landscapes; they are gateways to prosperity, well-being, and balance. But here's the real treasure – when your home aligns with these elements, your fortune soars even higher.
Take J’den, for instance, a mixed-use development nestled at the heart of the next major business district in the West. With Jurong Lake Gardens in its West and distant Hills in the Northeast, although these may not be as timely in compliant to Period 9, some of these North-South facing homes can be perfectly attuned to a closely-guarded wealth-enhancing Feng Shui principle. Residents are poised for a future brimming with good fortune and boundless abundance.
Although some of the homes at J’den are able to have a picturesque view of their surroundings, there is a concern that this may also attract negative energies from various directions, as they are not “protected” from their neighbourhood. This could affect the health of the residents, especially with consistent strong wind on the premises. Nevertheless, with more high-rise development coming to the vibrant Jurong East neighbourhood in future, this negativity should gradually be reduced.
Contact me and I will be glad to share more with you onJ'den if you are considering not only to nest your next Dream Home here, but also investing on a good roof over your head with Feng Shui attributes.
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