Feng Shui warns against Shar Chi or the killing breath. This brings
misfortune and a great deal of bad luck, and are caused by the presence
of secret Poison Arrows.
Poison Arrows are created by pointed, angled and sharp objects that
seem to be aimed directly at a house, and especially at its main front
door. And the foul energy that emanate from them travel in straight lines,
carrying with them ill fortune and other odious effects. Feng Shui experts
strenuously warn against sleeping, sitting, working, eating and living in
places that are hit or attacked by these invisible pernicious forces.
When one's main door or sitting and sleeping positions lie in the path of
such energy forces, the consequences are believed to be extremely
negative, and sometimes even disastrous, causing grave misfortune to
the residents or individuals affected. The sharper and more threatening
the Poison Arrow, the more dire are the repercussions of being "hit" by
these Poison Arrows.
Misfortune caused by such arrows take the form of illness, missed
opportunities, law suits, quarrels, financial losses, and other forms of
bad luck. Feng Shui offer a variety of solutions to combat or avoid
Poison Arrows, and knowledge of Feng Shui enables practitioners to
both diagnose and take proper precautions against Poison Arrows.
Examples of Poison Arrows are straight roads, rivers or railways lines
that seem to be aimed directly at one's main front door. Or they could
be caused by the triangular shaped roof lines caused by
homes. Or by the sharp edge of big buildings. These are very strong
Poison Arrows that can cause severe bad luck that manifest in the form
of ill health, sickness, and even death.
Examples of other Arrows that can affect households are when a single
tree trunk, a telephone pole, or a transmission tower is located
directly in front of the main door. The pernicious effect of all these
Poison Arrows must be deflected, dissolved or diffused. Feng Shui
recommends several ways of doing this, and they have to do with
blocking or redirecting the Shar Chi away from the house. Thus main door
directions can be shifted, trees can be planted, or walls can be built to
combat Poison Arrows.
Here are records of unsuitable site conditions for commercial buildings: