Sha Chi is translated as draining energy.
This type of feng shui energy could be created by the sharpness of a structure that creates sharp pointy edges. This can be the sharp angle of a high-rise building that is energetically "slicing" through a window, for example, or even a big, bare tree branch that is "aiming" at the door or window.
A T-junction will tend accumulate Sha Chi because of the strong and constant movement of energy directed towards the house. Sharp edged furniture will do the same, especially when positioned toward a desk, bed or couch.
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