While we were taking a coffee break during an interview with a social media portal, one of the staff asked a fundamental question, “what is the number one take away tip for all non-Feng Shui believer to practice and improve their luck immediately?”
“Since Master KK is a converted Feng Shui believer, I think it is utterly appropriate for him to answer this question,” I replied.
Shooting me with a glance, he answered swiftly, “Do not block your main door.”
“Let us do a test. Put two fingers up your nostril and close your mouth at the same time. Can you breathe properly? No, you can’t breathe at all.” Continue Master KK.
Master KK continued to explain: “The main door symbolise our nostril and our mouth, if it is blocked, there is no air circulation, and a stuffy room or building is unpleasant because it has no fresh air. That is bad Feng Shui.”
Just making sure that your main door has a clear passage to the house and your Feng Shui will improve. This is a no-brainer, but we have noticed that blocking the main entrance with too many items, furniture, used newspapers etc. is also a common mistake made by many, regardless they are a believer or not. Hoarding is never a good idea.
Quote of the day:
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”