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The article hopes to serve as an example to share the knowledge of Classical Feng Shui principles that could be used to assess the Feng Shui quality of the property with its environment.

AMO Resdence

In Feng Shui, the external environment plays a key role in determining the auspiciousness of the land where the prosperous energies or Qi resides, and this also affects the residents staying in the vicinity.

Using AMO residence as an illustration, it site plan shows that the development is well-located at Ang Mo Kio Rise, overlooking the landed enclave at its frontage in the Northwest, and Thomson Nature Park from afar. In addition, it is also observed that the Lower Peirce Reservoir can be seen in its West.

Under the lens of Feng Shui, these are good external features as the presence of water and mountain or higher ground indicate a sign where positive energy or Qi could be residing in this area, providing a conducive external environment for the residents in this precinct.

With these landforms in its vicinity, and with the right house orientation, some homes in this development could conform to a highly guarded secret Wealth-producing formula that brings immerse good fortune and abundance to the residents.

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The information represented in the above article: Selecting a Good Property is an analysis that provides you with a general overview of some of the property recommendations using some of the new project launches or existing properties based on Feng Shui principles. For a detailed analysis, you are advised to consult a professional Metaphysics consultant. We will not be responsible to you or any third parties for any direct or indirect, consequential, special or punitive damages or loses you may incur in connection with this analysis. You will bear the risk of any liability relating to this analysis.

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