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Question Posted: 6 Jun 2012 at 9:24:33 PM
Hi Joey 

 Firstly, thank you for your great books and videos. Being based overseas, they have been our greatest source of ACCURATE feng shui knowledge. Since picking up your first book a few years back, we have pretty much stopped reading the books from other authors as we find your instructions simpler and your explanations much easier to understand, but most importantly, to us, it is based on purer and truer feng shui teachings. 

 We caught you in your last visit to Melbourne and Jessie from your group managed to do a detailed and as it turns out, very accurate bazi reading for us. Anyway. we are in the process of buying a new house and this particular house has a tree across the street that is in front of the front door but it is not that straightforward. 

You see, the front door is a double door with the left panel being the side that normally opens and the right panel actually remains bolted shut most if not all the time. The tree sits directly in front of the right panel of the front door and the left panel, which is the one we use, is not affected by the tree at all. Does this mean that the tree is still extremely bad for the house in this instance? Even if we never open the right panel of the double door that the tree sits in front of? We look forward to hearing from you soon. 

 Thank you. Sarah
Answered: 12 Jun 2012 at 1:14:05 AM
Dear Sarah, 

Thank you for your continuous support and for reading my books. 

My answer to your question, depends very much on the distance the said tree is from your main door. If it is anything less than 10 feet, then this is bad. It also depends on how big the tree is. Does it cover the sunlight from touching your door. If it does, then no matter how far it is from your home, it is also bad. 

The negative effect softens as the tree is further away from the facing of the door. 

Why not just remove the tree? Your problem is solved. 

Warm Regards,

JY 
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