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Question Posted: 24 Jan 2007 at 12:00:00 AM
Dear Joey, Could you enlighten me more about this Tai Sui issue? As a matter of fact, i came across a magazine which stated that if the person facing the Tai Sui direction, thereafter, he or she will be afflicted with problems. As I checking the Tai Sui direction for 2007, it revealed that it is in NW3 which happened to be my facing direction whenever I want to do my work. In addition, is it necessary to sit or face according to the Kua Formula which has been advocated by the Compass School? Thanks Eric
Answered: 13 Feb 2007 at 8:45:10 AM
Dear Eric,

Facing the tai Sui for the year, is indeed a little undesirable. However, this is not "detrimental." so you need not worry. Furthermore since this is your working direction, means you can simply adjust the angle of your sitting slightly.

There is no such thing as "Compass School". All schools of Feng Shui uses a "Compass". Gua Formula belongs to the "Ba Zhai" system. It has two parts - the Life Gua (for personal directions) and House Gua (for house's sectors). Facing a good personal direction is beneficial. However, if you are "located" in a good sector, then even if you are facing your best direction, you can still enjoy positive Qi.

Warm Regards, - JY

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