The true principle of Feng-Shui techniques has never been revealed to the general public. For many centuries, the techniques have been handed down by grand masters of Feng Shui to a few authorized and selected elite disciples. During my many years of consulting for large scale and especially complicated and advanced Feng-Shui applications for my domestic and overseas clients, I often come across all kinds of incidents caused by Feng-Shui-Defects, which left me with unresolved feelings. It is almost unbearable for me to think back and wonder if so many instances of grievous and unfortunate accidents could have been avoided with minimum precaution and application of the knowledge of Feng-Shui.
Even though there are many highly sought-after Feng-Shui masters in the world, it is impossible for them to take care of every unseen and potentially hazardous Feng-Shui defects in every family. Therefore, though this knowledge has been strictly kept secret for generations and reserved for the authorized scholars only, I have decided to publish it for the happiness and well-being of the general public.
Feng-Shui defect is like a sickness in the body. The faster you find its cause, the easier it is to cure. With preventive measures, one can even prevent the problem from happening. Any sickness will become serious if it is left untreated. I often see people's ignorance towards the importance of Feng-Shui and its wonderful benefits. As one of the crown jewels of thousands of years of Chinese culture, Feng-Shui can bring people success in their careers and business, increase their family health & safety and enrich family relationships.
Even though many people have benefited from Feng-Shui's effects, they do not realize this and even regard Feng-Shui as a superstition. Only after they encounter unexpected accidents and things continue to get worse, they regret to find at the worst point of the development that it is too late to turn around. It is true that some highly skilled Feng-Shui masters have unique techniques to compensate Feng-Shui defects and restore the situation and even reverse defective effects. For one's career, family health and fortune, etc. this can be done. However, it may not be done in terms of peoples' lives. As for life, once it is gone, it is gone.
Like the old saying, "without knowledge, people suffer and are confused. With the truth and knowledge, people are freed." In this spirit, I have decided to break the tradition of keeping the true principles of Feng-Shui a secret and present to readers for the first time in history a few important principles of The Self-Realization Technique of Practical Feng-Shui.
In order to highlight the essential points of treasured principle, I have specifically selected the following cases. These are real experiences from my applications in the field. The names, places, and times have been changed to protect my clients' privacy and the particularity of Feng-Shui application for their treatments (it can be disturbed by someone who has ill purpose). I would also like to state here that protecting my clients and keeping their privacy are of utmost importance to Feng-Shui masters and their professional ethics.
It is very difficult to explain one's intuition since it has to do with one's subconscious feeling. Although each person's intuition and sensitivity is different, the significance of intuition in evaluating Feng-Shui in moving into a new environment is universal. Intuition is used here is only in reference to moving into a new environment, such as selecting a new residence, etc. Moving to the new environment is not limited to moving into a newly constructed house. If this environment is new to that person, it makes no difference if it is a newly constructed house or an existing one.
There are two types of environment: Yin-residence and Yan-residence. Yin-residence is graveyard or deceased individual's memorial structure, and so on. Yan-residence includes broad categories of structures and places: such as, personal residences, offices, business locations, shops, factories, school buildings, bus terminal structures, airport terminal structures, harbors, docks, main interchanges, villages and cities, large construction projects, etc.
When a person moves into any of the above locations, it can be considered as moving into the new environment.
Qi, or vital energy, is one of the basic principles of Feng-Shui. If highly lively and harmonious, Qi resides in a place; it is an auspicious house. If bad grade, vicious or negative, Qi is dominant in the place; it is considered inauspicious house. Old text books of Feng-Shui point out that, even before actual moving, if only one is imagining and considering moving into the new environment, this very act and moment of thinking about it, the Qi of the new location will affect the person and that individual would respond to it. One will feel pleasant and happy if Qi is the auspicious in the new home and unpleasant if Qi is the inauspicious in the new home. These are similar to the resonance principle of Physics. A certain Qi of the location is resonate with a certain perception and omen, intuition and feeling of the person away from the location. It feels slightly different from person to person, but the effect is universal and the same for everybody.
This principle can be explained in the ancient Chinese theory of "Yin-Yan and Five dominant elements of universe" and their interactions in the unifying principles of Qi accordingly. This will apply to the relationships between dwellings and people. The house is built by people, people are comforted and supported by the existence of the house. The relationship is interaction of the co-dependency. Therefore, it is absolutely possible for people to master the ability to intuitively foresee whether the new location one shall move in has auspicious Qi or inauspicious Qi. The ancients call this phenomenon "the omen of house."
I want to point out that good Qi is somewhat inconspicuous and hard to perceive because it is smooth and pleasant. On the other hand, bad Qi is conspicuous and stands out. It is not hard to recognize and distinguish. This article will concentrate mainly on detecting bad Qi.
Below are a few examples of how to detect Feng-Shui defects: When you think about selecting a new residence to move to, renting retail space, choosing a site for burial of loved ones, or planning a large scale construction and development in the residence or around a construction site, be sensitive to learn if all of a sudden there are serious accidents, fighting or lawsuit or arguments or unexpected damaging occurrences are starting to happen. Sometimes, the house owner or chief project manager or responsible party will start feeling disturbed or annoyed or become ill or begin to have nightmares. These are all manifestations of bad Feng-Shui from the pertaining location. By these precursors you will surely know that the location has some serious Feng-Shui defects. These are caused by bad Qi existing in the location; it is not by any coincidence.
Ancient textbooks have categorized those bad omens into six groups. If there are such omens and the person fails to recognize them and moves into the location, it is a matter of time before something seriously wrong starts to happen. The effects and outcome of the Feng-Shui defects can be delayed. Latent periods of such results are hard to generalize; it depends on the nature of the defects and the characteristics of the people involved. It is not unusual for someone to enjoy three to five years of peace and good times before some serious accidents begin to happen. In these situations, there is no bad omen in the beginning, the person is at ease until the latent period is over and accidents unexpectedly start to occur. You cannot surely conclude that the house is auspicious forever simply because it does not appear to have bad omen in the beginning.
If you follow the above principles and find some Feng-Shui defects, you can totally escape from the unnecessary damages either by selecting a different location or asking a Feng-Shui master to alter or compensate those defects.
The following example is from Northeast China. Mr. Chan, who was in his mid-thirties, had been totally incapacitated and unconscious, a so-called "vegetable" state for many years. His wife and daughter were also suffering from illnesses with no cures. They were extremely poor and relied on their friends and relatives for their livelihood. I had an opportunity to visit to Dai-ren City after I received an earnest invitation. After my lecture, the Chans came to see me and while they were telling me all the miserable things that had happened to them, they asked if I could help them. I was moved by their situation and promised I would. As soon as I arrived at the Chan residence, I checked the level of fundamental Qi (the main component of Feng-Shui Qi from the underground.)
I could not find any problems at their residence. However, judging from the nature of unfortunate accidents and problems, I was sure they had some serious Feng-Shui problems. As I discussed this with them, they told me Mr. Chan's health problems began two years after the passing away of his father. Mr. Chan buried his father's body without checking any Feng-Shui advisor about the burial place he happened to find at that time.
They told me that one month after his father's burial, he conducted a ritual for his father at the tomb. On that day Mr. Chan broke his leg on the way back from the burial site. The place was relatively flat and he was walking normally. Although he was a well-built and fully-grown man, it took him several months to recover. Since that time his family's financial condition, health condition, and life standards all started to decline quickly. After one year or so, he was suddenly taken to the hospital with an inflammation of the brain. Eventually, he was reduced to a "vegetable" state with no remedy. His muscles weakened and shrunk as if they were tree branches. His condition was unbearable to look at. I decided to visit his father's tomb to see if there were any serious Feng-Shui defects causing all these miserable incidents. There were three main defects. First, in terms of Qi formation; it had a serious defect - deadly and cold-Qi. Secondly, I looked at the surrounding land formations - the grave yard was placed in the worst spot in the mountain slope resembling messed abacus beads. Thirdly, in terms of directions, not only it was against a well-known principle of good Feng-Shui rules but also on the upper left corner of the tomb, there was a lonesome, broken down, abandoned old house with its Sha-Qi (bad grade-Qi) going right through the heart of the grave. One of the above conditions alone would bring bad fortune to the descendants. You can imagine the big Feng-Shui-taboo it created by adding the other two elements.
"Book of burial" says; land shape which resembled messed abacus beads cause everything to be messed up. "Book of knowledge" says; if you often hear crying in a house, you will know that there must be a haunted house in front of the house. I would like to emphasize the importance of these principles. Things clearly stated by the ancients will not lead you to astray.
I cannot help wondering that if only he had known some most elementary knowledge about Feng-Shui, he could have avoided most of the misery he had to face. Unfortunately, it was too late. Although a Feng-Shui master has techniques which would mend the defects and correct the situation so those descendants will be benefited, it is very difficult to compensate what is lost. As I told his friends and relatives, I could correct all the defects and adjust Feng-Shui and eliminate all the bad effects from it and cure the illnesses of his wife and daughter. However, I could not cure Mr. Chan's condition because it was too far in a helpless stage.
In less than two years, I heard good news from them that his wife and daughter completely recovered from their illnesses. His wife started a successful business and made everybody around her happy. His daughter was doing very well in her school and was well taken care by her maid. Everything was running smoothly. Their relatives were all surprised by the big change in Mrs. Chan's life. Even Mr. Chan's condition has improved so that he can eat, sleep, think better and the bruises have disappeared from his body. News about Feng-Shui treatments like this travel fast and people started to talk about me as man of extraordinary ability. Every time people say something like that, I remind and correct them that it is the ancient treasured Feng-Shui technique and knowledge one should give credit to. How great are the ancients and their knowledge!
In summary, as you move into a new environment--intuition--manifestation of Feng-Shui Qi. The above-mentioned phenomenon happens everywhere in everybody's life. However, people tend to overlook and are not aware of its value and fail to utilize Feng-Shui techniques in the pertaining location. They usually regret this afterwards. I am confident that the above-mentioned incidents will never happen again if one utilizes the simple formula I described above.
Often manifestations are results of an aggregation of many different defects. They are complex and you need to analyze from different aspects accordingly. At the same time you must be fair and careful not to be too dogmatic.
The next example is from the South Philippines, a Mr. Tsai. After attending my seminar "the true technology of Feng-Shui," he realized right away the Feng-Shui defects were caused by a newly constructed large building, which he can see from his living room window. The building's sharp corner and an ornamental shaped animal head were facing his house.
He and his family had lived in this residence for several years. Originally, his business was quite profitable but now it had begun to decline. His two surviving daughters lived with him but he did not have a male heir. His first son was born prematurely and died and his second son also died right after birth. Three out of four family members were suffering from chronic diseases they could not recover from. The eldest daughter was not able to marry because of her illness. As he (with tears) was telling me his situation in front of the audience, I was moved as well as others in the classroom. Even though my field work schedule was fully booked with long waiting lists, I decided to go to his residence first after getting consensus from all my other clients waiting their turn.
As soon as I arrived at his residence, I found a "sharp corner shooting towards" the house. But there were no other obvious defects for the problems like "No heir" or "Declining fortune." So I looked around and checked with my "Ba-gua" compass and found a conflict with the head of the family and the direction of the entrance to the house. I found that the Yan residence had blocked the fortune, which caused the decline. Also, I used a special secret method of Feng-Shui technique to find severe Yin-Qi coming from the southeast direction. That was a type of very heavy Yin-Qi from old tombs. From the west direction, it was an even stranger Qi, I suspected that an old temple or shrine used to be there.
When I said that to Mr. and Mrs. Tsai, they were very astonished that I was able to detect that actual fact. Later my statement was confirmed. The southeast portion of the land was an ancient grave ruin. No one knew its origin. Several years ago, when they did the earthwork for the construction of the house they found human bones in the dirt. Also there were remains of a small shrine in the west side of the house which they demolished and where they had built storage upon its foundation for the house.
They were bewildered and didn't believe it was possible for those old ruins to affect the lives of people today. I told them by quoting an old saying: "when you find old ruin while digging the ground, be aware of the effects of the ruin which is located less then hundred feet apart from your house. It will make your fortune decline and bring bad luck." Further I explained that Yin residence has bad grade Qi to Yan residence not only bringing bad fortune but it is also dangerous for the person living in the house.
As I stopped talking, Mr. and Mrs. Tsai started expressing their determination that they would even borrow money to move out of this inauspicious house. But I told them it was not necessary because I have a secret technique to alter and compensate Feng-Shui defects. I recommended that they wait until good Feng-Shui enables all their fortune to be recovered, and they would become prosperous again. They could think about moving later.
Less than three years after I engineered and applied precise Feng-Shui compensation layout on their house, their life turned around. The three people's chronicle illnesses were completely cured through my guidance of their practicing Chinese Medical School Qi-Gong. Their financial condition so improved that they moved into a new house and left the old location as storage. In this way, they had happily escaped from bad Feng-Shui affects and miseries.
In conclusion. Checking out Feng-Shui by analyzing the manifestations can be summarized as follows: deducting from the facts, self-examination, determining the cause of Feng-Shui defects, elimination of the defects. If you do it correctly according to the principle, surely you can achieve the happiness in your own world.
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