Feng Shui Tips for Positioning a New House on a Building Site

Positioning a New House

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Feng Shui Tips to Build Your House

If you are thinking of buying or building a new home, you may consider the feng shui location for the house in the yard and in relation to the surrounding landscape.

Some experts believe that the orientation of the house on the ground and the quality of the surrounding geography are even more important than the interior design of the house when it comes to creating good feng shui.

Consider the Chi

First of all, regardless of whether you are buying a vacant lot or an already built house, it is important to consider the chi quality of the land itself.

Do the construction site and surrounding area appear lively? Is the vegetation lush and full of life? Dryland without vegetation is a sign of low or inhibited chi.

If you are considering a construction site that is part of an ongoing project, check the landscape plans for the area.

The best feng shui location is when the ground behind the house (patio or neighboring property) is slightly higher than the area in front of the house.

This symbolizes the classic feng shui location on the land of the turtle, one of the celestial feng shui animals, offering protection and good support for the home.

The worst feng shui is having a sloping ground behind the house or a lower patio than the front patio.

Positioning a New House

Classic Building Site Arrangement

In classical feng shui, the ideal courtyard shape and courtyard house location is as follows, looking at the house from the outside, looking straight ahead:

  • Front of the house: This space, known as the phoenix—should be an open space that allows good chi to gather and nourish the house.
  • The right side of the house: This dragon space should be slightly higher than the left side to allow good support and prosperity.
  • The left side of the house: This tiger space should be slightly lower than the right side of the house.
  • Back of the house: The turtle space should be a raised backyard (in classical feng shui, this would ideally be a mountain shape).

Landscaping and House Design

A flat patio on both sides is not considered bad feng shui, but a better feng shui design can be created by manipulating the layout of the house.

For example, the fireplace placed on the right side of the house will make the right side taller. Landscaping can definitely create good feng shui, in which case a tall, vibrant tree or several trees on the right side of the house will create the same feng shui effect.

Similarly, a sloping patio, or lower than the front garden, can be solved by building raised terraces or flowerbeds.

Positioning a New House

The Shape of the Land

As for the shape of the patio, a natural square or rectangular shape is considered the best feng shui. These forms allow a harmonious collection and accumulation of energies.

The worst forms of feng shui are triangular yards or lots with missing or warped corners.

It's even better when the yard or lot behind the house is more spacious than the front yard. In classical feng shui, this is considered a good omen, as it allows the energy of wealth to accumulate in the main entrance.

Bodies of Water

Bodies of water can have a positive or negative impact on the overall feng shui of the home, depending on where they are located.

  • Large bodies of water (larger than the house) are considered bad feng shui when they are in close proximity to the house.
  • A body of water in front of the house, such as a well-kept lake, river, or pond, is considered excellent feng shui.

When the construction site is close to the water, it is advantageous to position the house so that the main entrance faces the water if possible.

Positioning a New House

Other Tips

Some feng shui experts offer other guidelines for choosing a good garden and home location:

  • Avoid poison arrows that are aimed directly at your home, such as road junctions, steeples, and tall buildings.
  • Do not build near areas of sha chi (negative chi), including cemeteries, landfills, hospitals, landfills, or prisons.
  • Avoid dead-end lots, which can accumulate stagnant chi energy and cannot easily enter your home.
  • Avoid the houses at the end of the street, where the energy tends to lose control.

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