The placement of your toilet can have a big impact on the dynamic inside your home. If it’s not placed correctly, it can introduce dampness or increase foot traffic in places where you don’t need them to be. Uncle Dixer has answered a few questions concerning toilet placements relative to the bedroom and other areas of the home in the past. Today, there are more questions about the best toilet placement in the home, and Uncle Dixer is here to offer his advice.
(1) Dear Uncle Dixer: What is the remedy if a toilet is in the Southwest area? Thank you
Answer: The best remedy would be to keep the toilet hygienically clean by polishing the surfaces so they shine like metal. You can also use some sanitary wares that are made of polished metal. This is because the use of metal and shining surfaces can neutralize the conflict between the Water Element associated with the toilet and Earth Element associated with the Southwest.
Overall, keep the toilet clean, tidy, and well-ventilated. Also, keep the toilet door closed. These are the best and cheapest solutions.
(2) Dear Uncle Dixer: I have a toilet partial Southwest of the house. Is there any solution for this?
Answer: No remedy is needed if you can keep the toilet clean and well ventilated. Good Form can overcome the bad stars.
(3) Dear Uncle Dixer: We live in a house where the toilet is situated in the Northeast corner of the house. What should I do to enhance this corner?
Answer: Keep your toilet clean and tidy and hygienic and wash your hands afterward. But if you still worry about it, then you can paint the toilet white. The color white is correlated to Metal and Metal can drain the Earth of the Northeast and that would neutralize its desire to control the Water of a toilet. Your worry comes from the Five Elements relationship and you can use the same relationship to remedy your concerns.
Uncle Dixer emphasizes on keeping the toilet clean and hygienic even if its placement is less than ideal. This will not only balance the elements in Feng Shui as he mentioned before, it will also help ensure that this room in your home will remain a safe space for everyone. In addition to doing regular cleanings, it’s ideal to keep the toilet well ventilated. This can help prevent unpleasant smells from emerging in the room and reduce the level of humidity here, which can make the room more prone to molds.
If you have other questions for Uncle Dixer, don’t hesitate to get in touch with him or read the advice that he has provided our readers in the past. Should you need personalized Feng Shui guidance in Sydney, there are experts in Feng Shui Nexus’s network that can offer you the help you need. Aside from Feng Shui practitioners in Australia, Canada, and the US, our website also has connections with diviners and astrologers.