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Friday, July 15, 2005

Continuing On Our Current Home Theme: Feng Shui House Numbers

Feng Shui House Numbers

"Chinese numerology is based on homophonic principles. Homophonic means having the same sound. Therefore, according to the principles of Feng Shui, words with similar sounds make a number lucky or unlucky.

Number 4 and number 13 are unlucky according to the principles of Chinese numerology. The number 13 adds up to four. Four sounds like death in Cantonese. However, four sounds like more in English and that would make it a lucky number.

Number eight is a lucky number because it sounds like prosperous in Cantonese.

Choose your numbers based on your primary language in the home. There are a variety of words for each number that can make it lucky or unlucky.

A good house number combines both odd and even numbers. Odd numbers are yang and even numbers are yin.

If your house number is considered unlucky, there is a simple cure to remedy it. Place a circle around the house number or buy a circular house plate for the number. This cure will contain the number and it will cease to create bad luck.

You are best to choose a home with good Feng Shui and cure the house number than choose a home for the house number with bad Feng Shui."

Keep in mind the feng shui tips that can be found here and you can't go wrong!

Sam, Feng Shui Tips


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