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LLOYD WRIGHT MAYAN HOUSE: Can reno remove Black Dahlia’s death chi?

 

The Sowden house in Los Feliz, CA

 

Frank Lloyd Wright’s son followed in his father’s footsteps when he designed this Mayan revival home in Los Feliz in the Hollywood Hills. Later, a family named Hodel lived in it. The son, Steve Hodel did NOT follow in HIS father’s footsteps: Steve’s book “Black Dahlia Avenger” reveals that Steve’s own father was the murderer in this famous case while Steve became an LA homicide detective .

So what happens when a violent death takes place in a residence like this? It could be haunted. Chances are the extensive renovation that was done recently in order to list the home at $4.2M have wiped out any residual death chi. But in an extreme case such as this, where someone was murdered, one should call in a pro like Feng Shui By Fishgirl to do a ritual space clearing and blessing on the space. See more pics of the house’s reno at Curbed LA:

Lloyd Wright’s Los Feliz Sowden House Back on the Market – New to Market – Curbed LA.

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WHAT HAPPENS TO MY FENG SHUI IF A LOVED ONE DIES AT HOME?

When a loved one dies at home, where does the energy go? Does it have an impact on your feng shui? That’s a good question and one I encounter often. If a person dies under disturbing circumstances, that energy may stick around and cause problems for the living. But if the person died peacefully, and certain steps are taken to clear the air and reclaim the space, the feng shui can be very positive again once everyone has completed their grieving process.

My own father died in a NH hospice room several years ago. I was impressed that the nurses there had created their own ritual for the residents that passed away. I was just outside his room when my father passed. The nurses went in immediately without me and carefully cleaned my father’s body and tucked him into his bed so that it appeared he was sleeping peacefully. They had placed his hands folded across his chest with a single red rose and they had opened a high window across from the bed despite the freezing temperatures and snowstorm outside. I inquired why they did this and I was told that they wanted to give their patients’ spirits a chance to leave the premises. They told me further that they would leave the body in this state at least overnight instead of rushing to call the undertakers in to take it. This might give the deceased some time to “find the window” and leave. Very interesting, isn’t it?

What if a spirit/ energy can’t leave? That’s when you have some feng shui problems. If a loved one has died at home, you can try the window method same as the hospice workers. But in addition, you might want to consider space clearing with incense or a smudge stick. Bless the energy of the departed and send it back to the creator as you waft the smoke around the room and the rest of the home. Be sure to do this after a good crying jag, too.

You may live in a space where a previous occupant has died but you did not know it. Or even worse, someone may have killed themself or others in your space. In an old historic home, there could be ghosts from centuries past still residing there. What happens is that the residual chi energy in all of these cases needs to be displaced so that you can claim the space for your own. If you try to do a space clearing method on your own and it doesn’t work, call in a qualified feng shui expert. In addition to smudging, there are sound cures and other sacred methods that a pro may use to clear the space so that you can claim it and live there in harmony.

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