west side toilet
i have two toilets facing the west direction . as a result from what i read in the books that there is problem in conceving. firstly is this true and if so what is the remedy.
second my entrance to the house is facing the south so for this also what are the remedial measures and what r the problems due to this.
how you define which direction your toilets is facing ? By its door or the toilet bowl ?
anyway i don't believe in these superstitious things. Just live you life without these craps and you will live with less worries
You may log on to Lilian Too's world of feng shui webside, www.wofs.com, I personally found it very interesting.
In feng sui there are so many things that are beyond our control. There is no such thing as a perfect house where all the elements are perfect. There are many compromises that has to be made because of how our houses are made and more often than not the feng sui element was not considered during the design. For me as long as the place is comfortable and the layout is ok then it should be ok. An example is the toilet. Since usj houses are so small(generally) the direction of the toilet door is really quite fixed unless one was to break some walls and reposition the door. I did that for my toilet door that faced the kitchen. Since i use the kitchen for eating, i sealed the door and repositioned it elsewhere. After the exercise, I realised that is was not so good and idea after all as the tiles was slightly different in colour but what the heck, it has already been done.
Rhea, just so hard for me to tell you this.
Directions of toilets dont determine your destiny of having
a family of bouncing children.
Be happy as every morning is new and great things are waiting
for you..NOT IN TOILETS DILEMA!
Fung Shui is an interesting cultural inheritance for some of us. Some people will live by it, that is their choice - as some people diligently read their horoscopes before stepping out of the door.
I don't know about dragons and their "Chi" that flows around believers of Fung Sui but people in HongKong fervently practise it, Lilian Too had made a good bundle out of it and the Nirvana Memorial Park's biggest selling point is the incredibly good fung shui of its location in Semenyih. So it is an interesting subject besides superstition.
However, being unable to conceive may be
a) a medical problem. Do consult a good gynaecologist. It may be low sperm counts on the part of the husband, so it may not be a female problem. 25th July 2003 was the 25th anniversary of the success of in vitro fertilisation - this has given joy to untold numbers of childless couples. Read about it all in TheStar http://thestar.com.my/news/archives/...atures/5894128 (link may expire with time) or http://www.news-journalonline.com/Ne...AL02072503.htm will tell you who are the best candidates for in vitro fertilisation (IVF) (see the end of that webpage)
b) probably a psychological problem. Being happy, as JaneLim suggested, is perhaps the best solution. I know of a well known local fertility consultant whose simple advice to childless couples is to go on a vacation - invariably, most of them conceived! Believe it or not.
Last edited by kwchang; 29-07-2003 at 12:16 PM.