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Feng Shui Directions: Annual Afflictions

After reading my previous blogs on Life Gua, Personal Directions, The 24 Mountains and, The Principle of Na Jia, you are aware of your best and worst Feng Shui directions. And although you are using your best facing and sleeping directions, you are not able to reap the rewards of positive Qi. Sounds like a …

Eight Mansions Feng Shui: The Principle of NaJia

The Eight Mansions system is one of the most fundamental formula of Classical Feng Shui. A Feng Shui audit is incomplete without the application of Eight Mansions Formula. The system focuses on Life Gua of an individual, the 24 mountains, and the location of the property. The Eight Mansions are the auspicious and inauspicious directions of …

Feng Shui Directions: The 24 Mountains

The Compass School of Classical Feng Shui is based on the concept that each of the eight feng shui directions hold a different type of Qi. Factors including astrology and numerology are added around this central premise. Let us understand how. You are aware that there are four cardinal and four sub-cardinal directions. The four cardinal …

Relationship Analysis: How Compatible Are You?

The principle of the Five Phases is the backbone of Classical Feng Shui. These Five Phases are five physical elements – Water, Earth, Fire, Metal, and Wood. The relationship between these elements help us understand how we relate to others. They represent different manifestations of Qi. Each of these elements are assigned to specific Gua …

Personal Directions: Know Your Best and Worst!

Classical Feng Shui advocates eight personal directions; of which, four are favorable while other four are unfavorable. Each Gua has four auspicious and four inauspicious personal directions. Each personal direction is governed by a star. Ancient Chinese Texts refer to these directions as “Eight Wandering Stars.” It is extremely important to know your personal directions …

Life Gua: Gua Number and Personality Traits

Life Gua is also known as “Ming Gua”.  Gua number, also known as Kua number, helps in identifying personal characteristics of an individual, his/her compatibility with other individuals, and his/her favorable and unfavorable directions. Knowing your Gua number will further help you in designing your Feng Shui Bedroom and Feng Shui Office. Hence, it is …

Feng Shui for Living: Feng Shui Office

Classical Feng Shui principles that apply to Feng Shui Office are similar to those of your bedroom. Hence, I recommend you to read my previous blog on Feng Shui Bedroom before proceeding further. Your office space is as important as your place of residence. People spend most of their day at their desks, working away …

Feng Shui for Living: Feng Shui Bedroom

On an average, a normal human being spends a third of his life in his bedroom. Hence, bedroom layout, shape of the bedroom, and position of your bed play an important role in ensuring good quality sleep. When the layout of the bedroom is in tandem with Classical Feng Shui principles, we say that the …

Feng Shui for Living: Feng Shui Furniture

Type of furniture and furniture placement plays a pivotal role in Classical Feng Shui. Feng Shui Furniture is furniture that is compatible with Feng Shui norms. It positively affects the way in which Qi interacts with us. It is very important to arrange your living space according to Feng Shui principles. Designing your living room, …