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Feng Shui and the Octo-Mom

{written by : Kartar Diamond}

Article word count : 499 -- Article Id : 2905
Article active date : 2010-08-22 -- Article views : 6881


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Sometimes a celebrity in the news can make me wonder what kind of Feng Shui they are operating under. The exposure of the celebrity's life can reveal some details. It came as no surprise to me that the Octo-Mom moved into a house at the end of a cul-de-sac.





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A woman in Southern California gave birth to Octuplets early in 2009, only for the public to soon find out that she already had six other young children at home. At once I was reminded of the nursery rhyme about how “there once was a woman who lived in a shoe; she had so many children she didn’t know what to do.”

It seems like her life and circumstances are a launching pad for many Feng Shui discussions, not the least of which is that it is bad Feng Shui for too many people to live in a house that is not large enough to gracefully accommodate them. It is a fight of yin and yang influences which is imbalanced, if not a recipe for disaster in her case.

To top things off, I couldn’t help but notice that when she moved into a larger home (shown on the evening News) as the babies were being released from the hospital, the new house sits at the end of a cul-de-sac. A cul-de-sac is the end of street, forming a round dead-end and is often created in residential neighborhoods. This is “Bad Feng Shui 101.” The house which sits at the very end of a cul-de-sac has all the energy from the street pooling in front of it and pushing on the house, to create more drama or hardship than what the house itself might indicate.

Around the same time, a man in Thousand Oaks, California was all over the News one night because he had just experienced his third separate incident of strangers driving right into his house and landing in his living room, still under construction from the last accident. And he pondered out loud to the News reporter about how difficult it was now going to be for him to sell his house with these “motor-break-ins” on record. Plain as day, it was a house at the very end of a T-juncture, the intersection of streets, which is a variation of the cul-de-sac situation.

Even though we cannot “see” the energy, the air currents, they move in a predictable way based on the exterior natural environment in conjunction with a man-made environment. It can be perpetually windy between two buildings, just based on their proximity and there is also a predictable way that “qi” flows down streets and affects buildings along the way or at the end. Feng Shui theory is full of descriptions about how streets affect people. The narrowness of a street, its length, its incline and the volume of traffic all steer air currents toward or away from properties. Over time you can sometimes even see the literal wear and tear of the structure which is in harm’s way. Next time you approach a freeway entrance or exit, take a good look at the houses which are unfortunately aligned directly with these freeway ramps. They usually look dilapidated and neglected, and they can’t possibly be a peaceful or restful place to live.


Author Bio :
Kartar Diamond is the owner of Feng Shui Solutions, a classical Feng Shui consultancy. To review all of Kartar's services and books, go to http://www.FengShuiSolutions.net Kartar also endorses the elegant and affordable wood fountains at http://www.artisanwoodandglass.com

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