David Cho practices feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of arranging objects to bring balance and harmony into a space, and says gravesites are a big part of yin, or feng shui for the dead.
According to Cho, the position of a grave can directly affect descendants of the deceased and their health, wealth, and love lives.
A grave should face certain auspicious directions depending on the era that a person dies.
Given his recent passing, Carradines gravesite should be placed southeast to northwest if his family wants prosperity.
Flowers must also be placed properly atop a grave, with red or purple ones facing south, blue bloomers facing north, white and yellow ones west, and green plants symbolic of rebirth facing east.
Water should be kept away from gravesites because it symbolizes life and its nearby placement wont let the dead truly rest in peace.
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