Feng Shui and Ba Zi: the game changers in life
What is Feng Shui?
Feng Shui is the practice of harnessing energy (Qi) in the environment and aligning it with your body and mind. The alignment is based on the direction of the front and seat of your house, depending on the Feng Shui school you are taught.
Your house can be oriented in the direction that is auspicious or unfavorable. If the house faces a natural water catchment area, such as a lake or man-made pond, it is auspicious as long as the water is clean and not polluted. If you can find a house that has such a positive landscape, you will surely find an invigorating Qi that will allow you to live in harmony with nature. Such a house brings prosperity to the occupants.
In the study of Feng Shui, the occupants of a property can take the appropriate measures to benefit from the good or bad characteristics that surround a dwelling. If you find a negative structure that puts your property in the face of bad energy, you must learn Feng Shui techniques to avoid its negative effects or at least mitigate any dire consequences for the occupants. Bad energy can cause poor health and misfortunes in terms of relationships, career, business, and wealth.
The mind and body are affected when a house faces an unfavorable direction, such as a rocky mountain, a stream, a busy road, or the sharp edge of the roof of the neighboring house. The correct techniques to implement depend on each negative characteristic that the house is exposed to. For example, if the house is facing a rocky mountain, the occupants of the property should consider moving, which is the best resource. You can still take steps to avoid facing the rocky mountain by realigning the facade of the house, but it will involve a massive renovation.
What is Ba Zi?
Ba Zi is the practice of analyzing the flow of energy in your natal chart according to your elements. Each of us has 5 elements that control our birth chart which is derived from our date of birth. By having information of a person’s date and time of birth, a master of this ancient art can decipher the interaction between the 5 elements to unlock a person’s luck.
The 5 elements that make up a birth chart are wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Each of these elements has a polarity known as Yin and Yang. How these elemental energies determine the course of a person’s destiny depends on many factors. Basically, the factors that come into play are the strength and usefulness of the items.
There are also the typical 12 animal signs that are the mainstay of Chinese astrology. Each animal sign carries with it different types of elements. The signs of the animals are aligned in a natal chart according to the pillars that are broken down according to the stems and branches.
Therefore, the birth chart that is constituted according to the Ba Zi system is also known as the Four Pillars of Destiny. The pillars included the year, the month, the day, and the hour pillar. Together these pillars chart a person’s lifespan from birth to death.
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