Industrial Harmony and Peace Tips
NO NONSENSE FENG SHUI - Feng Shui Master Aldric Dalumpines (The Freeman) - March 23, 2019 - 12:00am

At home and at work, peace and harmony silently defines progress and prosperity. But often it’s not so quietly defies smooth interpersonal relations that petty quarrels, envy, intrigues as well as domestic intramural politics brings to an office, let alone to a home!

One may suddenly have a meddling, dominant controlling type mother-in-law or a house divided among colluding household members, drivers inclusive. The result is that one cannot enjoy life and peace of mind with daily fire-fighting to do, so to speak!

Here are Feng Shui tips to keep the peace:

• First is to respect the placement of fire and water elements! In the kitchen, sala, dining, anywhere, fire-producing appliances or fire-depicting artworks should not face, be above or even under, any water element be it a sink, a refrigerator or water dispenser and its reserve water containers!

Yes, aquarium, fishbowls and water vase inclusive! Water decorations like fish bric-a-bracs, even children stuffed toys also count. So do placemats or yes, curtain designs.

Beware of ref magnet souvenirs, too.

• Next popular culprit is the swiveling sink faucet in the kitchen as it can easily face the fire- cooking appliances by mistake! This triggers battles of the brainless in a home or office.

• Or third, due to lack of space, never put microwave, toaster or rice cooker atop a refrigerator!

• Fourth, never put cooking appliances at the north and south areas. They ignite high blood pressure and bad tempers leading to discords and disharmony for occupants, be it home or office.

• Fifth is the well-kept Feng Shui remedy of the ages.  This will only be applied when apt upon actual consultation with the right genuine feng shui expert!

Peace be with you in all ways, brothers and sisters!

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