In the Western world there are stories, poems, songs and movies about the “downtown” young man, or the man born on the “wrong side of the railroad tracks,” dreaming with the love of the uptown girl, who lives in the big house on top of the hill.
The house at the top of the hill is often associated with money, status and power. However, the Feng Shui of such a house presents many problems. Below we list some of the greater issues.
The house at the top of the hill:
- Is more exposed to the winds, so it gets colder in the winter.
- Has problems with erosion, which can eventually weaken the foundation.
- Is harder to get to, so it creates a social disconnection with the community.
- Requires effort to reach, so over time it can create the feeling that everything in life requires more effort than necessary.
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The Armchair Foundation
An ideal Feng Shui site is located in what is called the Armchair Formation. Click on this link to learn more about the armchair formation created by the “Celestial Animals.” You can also watch the video below:
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