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Feng Shui 101 by Joey Yap: Pulling Nose House
Source : Star Property
Date : 5 Jan 2010

Some houses have doors that open directly to a flight of descending stairs. These houses are called "Pulling Nose" House.

Occupants of such houses usually:

  • Run away or are forced to leave the property
  • Face financial difficulties because accumulating and investing money becomes a problem. The longer the flight of stairs, the greater the ill effects.

Homeowners should know that the main door of the home acts as the "Mouth of Qi" because it is the gateway between the external (Yang) and internal (Yin). Adhering to the correct feng shui principles ensures that the main door receives optimum levels of Qi. Examples of home designs with doors that open directly to descending stairs.

How do we do it?

  • A spacious area just outside the main door (called Bright Hall) allows Qi to gather and settle before it is "received" into the property.
  • The Bright Hall should be open and wide. Qi flows like water so if the main door opens to a descending flight of stairs, or a front porch that has a very steep slope, the Qi will flow out (and away) in that direction.
  • In addition, the internal Bright Hall - the space right after your main door - should be spacious as well.
  • A wall or a pillar directly after the main door obstructs Qi from flowing into the property. However, this only applies to the first 10 feet from the main door.
  • The width of the door - whether three, four or even five feet - or the colour of it can be completely up to you.

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