Feng Shui for Specific Goals (1) – Study & Promotion [Master Class 26]

Welcome back to the Feng Shui Master Class.  In the past few weeks we have learnt how to interpret the effects of any two Flying Stars combined.  Please be reminded that what I taught are theories only, you really need to practice and apply the rules to different real life situations, so that you could really appreciate the effects of each combination.

If you are detail minded enough, you would notice that most of our discussions in the past few weeks were focused on health and wealth.  This is not without reasons.

Firstly, the Mountain Star and Water Star are meant to represent health and wealth respectively according to Flying Star Feng Shui.  It follows naturally that these two are the major goals of Flying Star Feng Shui.

Secondly, Chinese in the past were very concerned about these two matters.  They believes that once both goals are achieved, they live a complete and happy life.  This is why Chinese Feng Shui has been so concentrated on health and wealth.

However, in modern days things are quite different.  We certainly care about our health and how much money we make, but these are never the only goals.  If Feng Shui is only effective for bringing health and wealth, it would not be so fascinating.  Of course, Feng Shui is definitely not almighty, but it can be very powerful if you know how to use it properly.

So, starting from this week, we will look at how Feng Shui could help us to achieve goals not directly related to health and wealth.  I said “not directly related”, because some goals do need good health or money to be reached.  We shall see more examples soon.

This week we shall look at ways to facilitate children’s study and our job promotion in the workplace.

 

Double Star Combinations for Study & Job Promotion

Among all double star combinations there are a few that are good for study and career.  Let’s go through them one by one.

 

1 – 1

When both Mountain and Water Stars are 1, this combination means intelligence, which is definitely good for children.  If luckily your house has a direction where both stars are 1, you should definitely move your children’s desks to this corner.

This combination also has another effect of bringing good interpersonal relationship.  So for those who work in the office, it would be great if your own room or desk is located in a direction within the office where the 1 – 1 stars are situated.

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3 Types of Good and 7 Types of Bad Feng Shui House

As you know Feng Shui is a system with long tradition in Chinese society.  All Feng Shui practitioners learn their skills from books written by renowned Feng Shui masters hundred years ago.  The role of modern Feng Shui designers is to interpret old Feng Shui theories in the modern day context.

In this article, I’m going to show you what good and bad Feng Shui house are according to a very famous old Feng Shui book, 八宅明鏡.  Although these theories were not new, they are very applicable to nowadays houses.

 

3 Types of Good Feng Shui House

(1) A house with a regular footprint, preferably in square or rectangular shape, with support at the back and a space in front of the entrance door.  There should also be buildings or hills on the left and right, preferably the left hand side is higher.  The rooms inside the house are properly sized.  This is the best type of house which brings good wealth and health.

(2) A house with regular footprint and a full height solid fence wall.  This creates an artificial boundary which serves as the support.

(3) A house with flat and rectangular foundation, the house sitting in the center, not too high nor too low.  The height of a house matters, if it is too high while the footprint is small, the house is not good (see paragraph 5 below).

 

7 Types of Bad Feng Shui House

(4) A house with disproportionate room sizes.  For example, while the living and dining rooms are very large the bedrooms are extremely small, or vice versa.  In Feng Shui the active areas are Yang (陽) and the sleeping areas are Yin (陰), we need a balanced house with properly sized Yang and Yin areas.

(5) A house with a small footprint and a few or more storeys, without no supporting houses nearby.  It looks like a narrow rod standing up on the ground.  This kind of house could not provide support to occupiers.

(6) A house with defective foundation.  This is certainly not good because if the foundation is poor the walls and floor slabs above would not be stable.  People living in this house may have body conditions and illness easily.

(7) A house without insufficient lighting, wide and deep rooms but only small windows.  Sometimes even if the house itself has big windows, there won’t be sufficient daylight if there are many trees surrounding the house.  This kind of house is easy to attract spirits (ghosts).

(8) Defective house with broken window, poorly maintained walls and finishes, looks like an old man without care.  This kind of house would never bring wealth to the occupier.

(9) House with improperly high foundation. Usually a house’s foundation should level with the surround ground.  However, some houses have high foundations which looks like a plinth underneath the house.  So the house’s entrance would be above the surround ground. This makes Chi difficult to go into the house, so as wealth and good luck.

(10) A small house with small rooms and narrow corridors.  Chi could not flow smoothly inside the house, affecting the health of the occupiers.

 

Feng Shui House

 

You see all these concerns the form and shape of a house irrespective of the directions.  In fact, Feng Shui is more about the living environment.  If you could manage to build a house with good size and shape, even if you don’t know anything about Flying Star or Ba Gua, chances are your house would have not bad Feng Shui.

It is this principle that driven me to write my first detailed book about office Feng Shui.  In my latest book, Feng Shui Office: You Quick Start Guide, I introduced many ways to find tune your workplace Feng Shui without using a compass. Certainly, I have included some sections in which more advanced office Feng Shui using Flying Star and Ba Gua systems are introduced.  You should have seen a few tips in my previous post about Feng Shui office, but this new e-book is much more informative with many more useful tips.

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While the above are more relevant to houses, in the next post I’ll teach you how to distinguish good and bad Feng Shui of multi-storey apartments.  Stay tuned!

3-step System to Feng Shui Office Design

Last week I announced the launch of my latest e-book, Feng Shui Office – Your Quick Start Guide.  Many of you have bought this e-book and started doing Feng Shui to your workplace.

Today, I’m releasing a new video that gives you a preview of the content of the e-book.  After watching this video, you would have a basic idea of how my simple 3-step system works.  You don’t need expensive Feng Shui accessories or years of experience, just follow my guide and use a compass, you can DIY office Feng Shui in minutes!

This is just a small portion of the content of my e-book.  If you are really to learn, apply and benefit from this powerful Feng Shui office system, click here to see the full version of the Feng Shui office e-book!

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Feng Shui Office – 3 Essential Elements

A lot of people want to work in a Feng Shui office.  If not the whole office, at least the own seat is preferably be Feng Shui optimized.  I have seen people, mostly of executive grades, employing a master to adjust the settings in their room in hope of boosting their luck in career.

You don’t actually have to pay for Feng Shui office design.  In this article I’ll introduce 3 simple yet effective ways to optimize the Feng Shui in your office.  There is no special accessories required, and you don’t have to do difficult calculations.  Want to learn how?  Let’s start now!

 

#1 Feng Shui Office Element – Back Support

No, I do not mean chair back support, I mean the backing of your seat or desk.  Traditional theories believe that the back of your seat is related to the support you receive from colleagues and your boss in the office.  With a big backing behind your seat, you would have support by others.

So the best seat is one that is backed by a wall.  In contrast, most home office workers sit in front of the wall with a walking space behind the seat.  This is not a Feng Shui office.

What if your seat do not have a wall at the back?  Well, many modern offices are built with plywood or MDF board partitions.  Although these partitions are usually not full-height (from floor to ceiling), if there is a partition like this at your back, the higher the partition is better the support is.

Now if your office does not even have such partitions?  Try hanging a jacket or coat in brown on the back of your chair.  Brown is “earth” (土) according to Five Element (五行) theory.  Putting “earth” behind your chair is to simulate having a mountain at your back (靠山).  Of course the effect of this is far less than having a real mountain or wall, but still it helps a bit.

 

#2 Feng Shui Office Element – Plant

Do you have small plants in the office?  Plant belongs to the “wood” (木) group according to Five Element theory.  Wood is good for study and career but you need to know the correct type and quality to place on your desk or in your room to create a Feng Shui office.

From 1 to 9, the number that brings good study and career luck is 4.  If you have a flower pot in your office, put only 4 flowers in it, nothing more nothing less.  That is why many gurus recommend accessories of 4 for Feng Shui office setting.

For color, green is the color of “wood” so ever-green plants are more appropriate.  If not, you can put colorful flowers which are good for interpersonal relationships.  Do not use plant with spines and prickles, e.g. cactus.

Feng Shui Office - Never Use Cactus

Photo by mark_y_goh

 

#3 Feng Shui Office Element – Always on the Left

Most of us have a messy desk with piles of documents and books that the bookshelves just could not accommodate them all.  Beware of how you place and pile them on your desktop because it could affect Feng Shui.

A good Feng Shui office should be high on the left and low on the right.  By that I mean if you pile up books and documents have bookshelves on the desk, those on the left should be higher than those on the right.  Why?  It is because the left hand side means people who help you and the right hand side means challenges.  This is a less known Feng Shui office tips that not many people know.

 

Wait… Here’s More

The above are only a few of the many Feng Shui methods you can apply to your workplace.  There are more methods, including Flying Star and Ba Gua Feng Shui, which could sharply increase your career luck.  I have written detailed report, Feng Shui Office: Your Quick Start Guide explaining almost everything you need to know to Feng Shui your office.  Want to read this book?  Click the link below to learn more.

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