Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Riding the Dragon Force for your Home with Prosperity

In our Current urban cities, sometimes we ask ourselves why some houses or shops sharing the same street or road could face different endeavors? These properties could be built side by side to each other, sharing the same street, and with more or less sharing the same or similar external environment. However, some will prosper and bless with good fortune while some may encounter misfortunes one after another.This could be a Feng Shui problem as they could have selected an inauspicious plot of land or property,


"Be Prosperous with the Dragon Force"

In order to assess the Feng Shui index of a property the Dragon Orchestra Classic (龙诀) can be one way to ascertain the auspiciousness of a property with its closed vicinity.
This technique is based on the "incoming dragon" or mountain ranges, the location of the property and its door facing. This is applicable to places with many mountains and hills, but in places when mountains cannot be seen, like in the urban cities, then road junctions can be used in this classic.


Houses taking reference to the Cross-Junction could have different Feng Shui Index

For Example
Taking reference to the Cross-Junction with the centre of the North facing House as an illustration...

House A could be tapping to the prosperous energy of the Huge Door (门) for Wealth Opportunities, and perhaps also producing smart, intelligent kids and occupants blessed with good health and long-life expectancy.

On the other hand, House B could be harnessing the Chastity (贞) energy, which is one of the inauspicious energies that could lead to potential poor health, wealth loss, unsteady relationship and might even lead to separation should the internal Feng Shui index of this house is also inauspicious.

From the above examples, both houses could be just neighbours, but the endeavors that the occupants could be facing are very different; i.e. from a prosperous outcome to a negative one.


More Illustrations
Illustration #1: 
Using Nim Collection as an illustration, both Corner Terrace Houses can take reference to the T-junction to ascertain their Feng Shui index of the property.



Illustration #2: 
Residential developments such as Sea Pavilion Residences and The Calypso, located along the same road, the residents can ascertain the Feng Shui index of their homes by taking reference to their nearby cross-junction.




So if you are looking for a prosperous property whether for own stay or for business, besides assessing the internal aspect of Feng Shui of the property, the Dragon Orchestra Classic can be one consideration in assessing the auspiciousness of a property with its vicinity.

Friday, May 25, 2018

The Eight Roads to Destruction

Eight Roads to Destruction (八路黄泉) is one of the most negative environmental afflictions that involves door facing and water exits. Water exits could be virtual water, such as roads or walk paths. The name sound scary as it is could be literally translated as “Eight Roads to Hell”. In Feng Shui context, it means the life energy or Qi is potentially been draining away from your home towards its nearby water exit. Generally, you need to beware of roads, waterway or even walk paths exiting on the side of the facade of your home.

“One of these Roads could be your Scaliest Nightmare!”

This could bring about disasters or unpleasant repercussions to the occupants relating wealth loss, well-being of the family, and may even lead to separation such as Divorce. So beware.



For example
When the main door of a landed home is facing Southwest and the road or waterway is coming from or exiting in the West direction, then this home could be potentially violated the Eight Roads to Destruction formation.

A home with the ‘water exit’ in its West could be violating the Eight Roads to Destruction


This environmental affliction is not only applicable to landed homes, but also on buildings whether they are high-rise or otherwise.


Always observe the "water exits" from the main door of the properties 




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