Temper Tantrum Because of A Feng Shui Blunder

Published Hulyo 28, 2012 by jptan2012

Today, allow me to share a Feng Shui blunder whose effects I personally witnessed. I used to work with this nice lady. S is one of the nicest people I’ve worked with, she maintains a professional distance but is also very approachable. If one needs help, they usually approach S because it is sure that she will help or try to help the person in need. Furthermore, she doesn’t seem to be affected by work stress and she’s always composed.

However, when we moved to a new office, we notice that S has started to change. The change was not overnight but rather it was gradual. It seems like that she has become susceptible to stress and has started showing some irritability and she would even throw tantrums.

I was new to Feng Shui then and didn’t realize what was causing the problem and so we were unable to resolve it. However, when I started studying Feng Shui, I found out that protruding corners can have bad effect on a person’s moods and may cause temper tantrums. At that time, I’ve already resigned from work and I’m no longer working with S, but I remember that she was put in a corner office that has a very big and significant protruding corner that directly points to S.

When I arrived from HK, I called my former boss and told him that I may have found the Feng Shui reason of the cause of S’s change in behavior. Being a believer of Feng Shui also, he immediately assigned S to a new office, and according to them the change was immediately obvious after 2 weeks. The old S is starting to surface again.

Although I wrote about the effects of a protruding corner in an office setting, the truth is protruding corners can have bad effect in any setting – at home, office, schools, hospitals, etc.

The Feng Shui cure for a protruding corner varies depending on the source of the protruding corner.

Sharp corners such as the one depicted in the picture where the ornamental plant is and where the man is leaning, can cause mood swings.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the West that would mean that the origin or source is the East. The cure would be a bowl of water. However, you need to change this everyday.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the South that would mean that the origin is the North. The cure is for you to put large crystals placed in front the protruding corner.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the North that would mean that the origin is the South. To cure this you’ll need a bowl of water with some crystal chips. Again you’ll need to replace the water everyday.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the East that would mean that the origin is from the West. The cure is for you to put a bright light right in front of the protruding corner.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the Southwest that would mean that the origin is from the Northeast. To cure this Feng Shui blunder you would need to place a plant in front of the protruding corner.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the Southeast that would mean that the origin is from the Northwest. To cure this Feng Shui blunder you can install a bright light right in front of the protruding corner.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the Northeast that would mean that the origin is from the Southwest. To cure this you would need to put a wind chime right in front of the protruding corner.

When the pointed or protruding corner points to the Northwest that would mean that the origin is from the Southeast. The cure for this Feng Shui blunder you would need to put a bright light in front of the protruding corner.

3 comments on “Temper Tantrum Because of A Feng Shui Blunder

  • Hi, a very interesting article. I have a protruding corner behind my bed. It’s coming in from the NE. This might explain why my wife (the corner is just behind where she sleeps) has mood swings and bad temper. I’d like to place a plant before the corner but I have heard plants should not be in the bedroom. In our case it will be almost below the bed. What do you suggest? THank you.

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