Feb 03 2011

Best place to put aquarium inside the house?

Published by admin at 9:19 pm under Feng Shui Tips

hey guys… only wish to ask where is the most appropriate to put my tank inside the house?like the feng shui tip..

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7 Responses to “Best place to put aquarium inside the house?”

  1. Evan Won 03 Feb 2011 at 9:58 pm

    -In a corner .. the less movement the fish can see the less stress they will have, and thus the longer they will live.
    -Out of sunlight (can cause NASTY algae blooms)
    -Out of drafts

    Obviously there are other ways to cover parts of the tank then having to stick you tank in the corner.

  2. PJon 03 Feb 2011 at 10:49 pm

    Anywhere but in a window or where massive amounts of sunshine can get at it…otherwise you will have over cooked fish!

  3. Thought Banditon 03 Feb 2011 at 11:40 pm

    Bugger feng shui – consider the needs of the fish and your viewing pleasure.
    Not in direct sulight is important.

    I agree you want somewhere quiet if you have nervy fish. Bala sharks can go spastic over nothing.
    I have my little tank on my kitchen bench – right next to the sink for easy water changes, and I am always looking at it so I never forget to feed them etc..
    No nervous fish in there so I think they are used to the daily activities.

  4. tataon 03 Feb 2011 at 11:47 pm

    the place directly facing your door
    when you walk in
    you see it right away
    the best place =)

    tha’s what we do =)

  5. catxcatxxon 04 Feb 2011 at 12:33 am

    feng shui doesn’t take into account lots of things.

    you need your tank to be near a plug socket, so you don’t have extension leads trailing everywhere. far from sunlight as possible to avoid algae blooms. on a level surface, especially if you’re in an older house with wonky floors. and if your tank is on the larger side, across floor joists, so they don’t cause damage to your flooring, or worse.

  6. jeff hardyon 04 Feb 2011 at 1:10 am

    in salon. but imust know the shape of aquarium

  7. Beckyon 04 Feb 2011 at 1:58 am

    Feng Shui Information on Aquariums:

    An aquarium is considered lucky and can bring prosperity into the house, if it is properly positioned. Fish can also absorb negative chi, particularly the blackmole (blackmoor) variety, which are very sensitive. If you have blackmoles in your tank, and they die easily, check the water temperature, the aerator and the type of fish food. If all there are correct, but the fish are still dying, their death can then be considered as an indication that the house has negative energy.

    In Hongkong, when locals move into new premises, they install near the front door, a fish tank containing six or eight blackmoles abd one gold fish. The blackmoles absorb negative vibrations that are inherent in the place, or left behind by previous tenants, dead fish are immediately replaced, and the process continues until all the bad luck is absorbed.

    Locate your aquarium in areas of your house or room that require activity. That would generally be defined as the left(dragon) wall and the front wall. Do not place your aquarium on the right (tiger) wall, or on the rear wall, as these should be steady.

    The shape of your Aquarium:

    Round, cylindrical, hexagonal or rectangular shapes are suitable for an aquarium.

    It is better not to use square or triangular tanks, as these shapes represent earth and fire which are inimical to the water element.

    Your aquarium should be aerated to enhance its capacity to activate chi.

    Color and number of fish:

    A predominance of black, gold, or silver are good. Limit the number of red fish, as red conflicts with the water element.

    The number of fish in the aquarium are also considered. When the purpose is to enhance properity, you can have, 1, 6, 8, or 9 fish. Avoid having 2, 5, 7, or 10.

    Your geomancer should consider the energy grid of the house and calculate the influence of the annual moving stars before recommending the positioning of your aquarium

    My personal Beliefs:
    I’d put it in a location that is easy accessible when needed, away from sunlight (sunlight = bad algae & cooked fish :) ,
    I would put it where it can be viewed and enjoyed everyday- and where it can be shown off to your guests!!

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