Feng Shui Interprets Houses by Kartar Diamond

Feng Shui Interprets Houses by Kartar Diamond

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Even though it is not the domain of a feng shui practitioner to be a “ghost buster,” recognizing spaces that have “yin” qualities and which harbor ghosts or spirits sometimes just goes along with the territory.

Yin Yang

 

There are a number of factors that can make a house prone to or vulnerable to attracting ghosts. Almost like a cliche, and resembling the stereotypical haunted house depicted in the movies, yin qualities in a house will make it more susceptible to having spirits. Those yin qualities include a place that is chronically, dark, cold, damp, quiet, still and secluded in the mountains.

A house also has a higher chance of being haunted if it is older and there have been a succession of occupants, with some previous occupant having been excessively attached to the property. A client of mine once described seeing a man on her property shortly after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. When she described the man to a neighbor, the neighbor was confident that it was the spirit of the previous owner who had built the house and thought he was just checking on its status after the earthquake.

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Sometimes even newer homes can harbor spirits, especially if they were built on places where people had died in battle or over ancient burial grounds. As an example, in Southern California the Chumash Indians had a long history and some homeowners have experienced the telltale signs of Native American Indian spirits on their properties.

There are also certain house types (based on their orientation and year built) which are more likely to attract yin spirits, although sometimes this just ends up attracting a very spiritual occupant who is also interested in the metaphysical or occult.

There are some feng shui remedies for helping remove a ghost, but often if it specific to the house and not a general piece of advice that can be mentioned in an article. Although there is one plant in particular, the banana tree, which is known to attract ghosts. In my own experience as a consultant, I have gotten feedback from clients with banana trees on their properties that they do see or feel spirits.

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