Deadly Coincidences or Bad Feng Shui?

Not too far from where I live there is a house that has been occupied by three different families – and in each, the woman in the family died unexpectedly within just a few years.

One died in a violent car accident. Another died from ovarian cancer almost as soon as it was diagnosed. The third died from unexpected health complications. The house gained such a “haunted” reputation that I don’t believe it’s occupied by anyone now.

This is quite eerie to say the least. Now obviously, people die from car accidents and health complications. But it is quite a coincidence that the wife in each family living in this home died unexpectedly within a short time of their moving in. Except that it’s NOT a coincidence.

Karma attracts you to the home where you are to live out your destiny or fate. However, depending upon a home’s compass direction and when it was built, some buildings are blessed by fortune while others are cursed by misfortune. In addition, unseen energies in neighboring buildings and roads can diminish or intensify the energies at work on the house.

Unlike the nonsense peddled by “New Age” dabblers in Feng Shui, authentic Feng Shui and Vaastu (Indian Feng Shui) combine principles of environmental science with complex mathematical formulas to analyze exactly how the powers of the land, time and space affect the fortunes of a home and its occupants.

When I went to see this particular home for myself, I immediately saw a clash in the energies concerning how the home was situated on the cul-de-sac. Further calculations showed that the brunt of these harmful energies would be focused on the women of the household. This apparently played itself out – by adversely affecting each woman who lived in that home.

While everything is random in the universe, nothing is coincidence. Certainly destiny or fate played a part in bringing each of the three families to this particular home. However, being aware of energetic influences can arm us with powerful knowledge that can keep us from moving into a “hostile” home. In other words, authentic Feng Shui and Vaastu are strong enough to help cushion one’s bad karma. That’s why they can prove so valuable – and why they should not be dabbled with by amateurs.

Feng Shui and Vaastu Expert Rupal Turner publishes “The Prosperity Report,” a biweekly ezine that reveals Feng Shui and Vaastu secrets for a thriving business and personal life. If you’re ready to improve your finances, health and relationships by using the forces in your environment, get your FREE tips now at www.ClassicalFengshui.com.

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