Dear Uncle Dixer: I live in South Africa. Single women (well, divorced since age 25 – now 55) looking for long term relationship/marriage. My bedroom has three doors. A door to the bathroom, a door that leads out onto the patio and a door that leads down a passage to the rest of the house. My bed is not in line…
Dear Uncle Dixer: What if you are aware it’s bad Feng Shui for your bedroom, but your mother cannot understand and insist my headboard should be placed under a window? Plus, she will not put curtains to cover as fix for Feng Shui energy. How will I fix this?
Dear Uncle Dixer: Is it ok if a house has its front door and back door aligned in a straight line? Meaning, if you step in the house through the front door, you will see back door that goes to the back yard or decks.
Dear Uncle Dixer: I recently came about an article about house 8 trigrams. It said 4 belong to Yang Kua and the other 4 belong to Yin Kua. “干坎艮震四阳卦, 巽离坤兑四阴卦. 从阳卦搬入阴卦或从阴卦迁至阳卦是为吉祥，若是由阴入阴、阳入阳那就算不吉了” What can I do if I am moving from 兑 (dui) to 巽 (xun), which is 阴入阴 (Yin to Yin). Any cures for this situation?