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Feng Shui Plus Points

Tuesday, December 7, 2004
By: Jayne Goodrick



In response to the many, many questions I have received since last month’s article, I felt it was necessary to continue the Pa Chai theme.

The majority have been asking “What about the system whereby we add up the plus or minus points depending upon our door direction, sleeping position, stove position/direction?” etc.



I originally thought that this system had validity: if you sleep in your Sheng Qi, face Yan Nian, have all your doors facing good directions, then surely this must “add up” to plus, plus, plus advantage points?

No. This application of Pa Chai is not taking into account any of the basic fundamentals of metaphysics. All it is doing is trying to get as many plus points as possible without factoring in Yin and Yang, the elements involved, the harmonious flow of Qi.

By merely totting up a points system and thinking this “adds” up to “good” Feng Shui is like kindergarten. Ignoring the basic premise of our art can lead to some very problematic situations.

One case springs to mind: a family were all re-arranged around the house based on this allocation; the 6 year-old son could go nowhere else but in “his” Huo Hai room, so he was faced to his Sheng Qi for his sleeping position to try and mitigate the “disadvantage” of being in a minus point room and gain as many advantages as possible. When the annual 3 came to their door, he broke his leg. How, why?

The house was a Kan Gua house (sitting North), this means that the SW sector is actually the Jue Ming of the house. As we learned last month, Jue Ming is of the metal element. Sheng Qi is wood. Basic Mastery Academy Module 1 fundamental teaches us that wood and metal clash; if we are strong in our fundamentals, we know that this clash usually means a bleed, or that surgery is required.

Since this situation has been corrected, everything turned up fine.

I have to admit though, that sometimes this “plus points” system appears to work. A Kua 7 using an East-facing house:

Main door at Jue Ming (minus), sleeping in NE Yan Nian (plus). So instead of using her really bad Jue Ming direction door, she uses her really good Tian Yi door. And everything is fine.

But what has not been taken into consideration is that while she is using her personal good locations for doors, in actual fact her Gua, Dui Gua, is the same Gua as for the house, so her good locations are the same as for the house.

She decides that she wants to maximise her Feng Shui “points” and so faces her bed head position to Sheng Qi. Again, a conflict of elements in the bedroom, despite being her good area, the house’s good area and her very best direction.

She also underwent surgery for a previous leg injury.

Metal Qi bedroom, wood Qi bed facing and location (small Tai Ji) - basic fundamental Mastery Academy Module 1 clash.

All these elemental clashes, harmonies, controlling and production cycles can be found in many books out there today, along with the Pa Chai locations/directions but unless you have the correct teachings to comprehend their usage, the understanding is just not there.

I think this article and the last, proves just that.

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