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Topic: Location Of House Near Church

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Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
Our house is located behind a church and graveyard, not directly about 30 m away, the church does not have a tall spire but a top like a castle.  I wonder if I should put something on my front door to ward off any unhappy vibes from those who have passed away.

Generally, the only thing about the Church is not to have the house face the Church Cross. As it is like a Sha Qi to the house. The other thing is sometimes Church bell may be a little nosy. But other than that, it is usually not a major concern. If the house cross faces the house, then you might have to put some mirror to reflect it away.

The graveyard might be more probablematic as it is often thought to be unclean and can cause more unease especially if you walk alone at night. So probably you want to avoid:-

1) Having windchimes or anything bell-like that makes noise which can attract the spirits.

2) Best to keep the house and surrounding yang and bright. For example red brick fence might be good as it is very yang.

3) Keep your garden clean and avoid lone trees which can attract dead.

Hope that helps.

Warmest Regards
Robert Lee
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Posted on: Mon, 12 Nov 2007, 12:28 PM, Last Modified on Fri, 16 Nov 2007, 22:20 PM
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location of house near church Anonymous

Hi

Our house is located behind a church and graveyard, not directly about 30 m away, the church does not have a tall spire but a top like a castle.  I wonder if I should put something on my front door to ward off any unhappy vibes from those who have passed away.

thank you for your time

Dianne

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