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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.

The Watergardens at Canberra

Using The Watergardens at Canberra as an illustration, the incoming road from the North passes along Canberra Drive can be the source of energy bringing in the prosperous energies to the development, empowering the residents with good fortune and bountiful of wealth opportunities especially in the coming 2024 and beyond.

Some of the North facing Homes, and perhaps a handful of others could be well aligned and supported by the Main Entrance that serves as the Water Mouth or Qi Mouth of the development, blessing the residents with good fortune relating to health and relationships.

Sitting on the higher ground in the North with a slope tapering down gradually towards the South, and is further complement with the presence of the swimming pools well-positioned harnessing the energies or Qi from the sloping terrain, this could be a relatively good formation for wealth accumulation. Should the water placement be located at the facade of the Home in the North, this further enhances the wealth opportunities for the occupants, especially for the next 20 years.

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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