Last time we introduced the Jewelry Orientations, the best Feng Shui orientations that bring health and wealth. In this lesson we shall look at some orientations which are the opposite to the Jewelry Orientations.
If Jewelry Orientations are good, these opposite orientations should naturally be bad, right? Yes, they are bad according to traditional Feng Shui theories. I will tell you exactly what these bad orientations are and why they are bad.
Mountain Star Sank in the Water
Last time we mentioned that the Jewelry Orientations are good because the prevailing Mountain Star is in the Mountain Direction and the prevailing Facing Star is in the Facing Direction. The advantage is that the Mountain is in the Mountain and the Water is in the Water, i.e. things are at their best places. The following is an example of Jewelry Orientation.
Now consider the following Flying Star Map, do you see any differences from the Jewelry Orientations?
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