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Posted by Imperial Harvest on 24 May 2019

The Secrets of Millionaire Home Feng Shui (Part 3)

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

In our previous posts, we looked at how the external landform (i.e. the features surrounding your home) can affect the Feng Shui of your home. Ideally, your home should be surrounded by these auspicious features. At the same time, you want to avoid selecting inauspicious houses that can cause financial difficulties, major illnesses and disharmony.

In Feng Shui, the most ideal type of house has a ‘regular’ shape: a square or rectangle, which provides energy balance and harmony. Unfortunately, modern architecture tends to take liberties with this principle, resulting in missing sectors in a house or an office and negatively affecting the occupants.

Floor plan of an ancient Chinese courtyard

In this article, we’ll discuss the implications of missing sectors from Early Heaven and Later Heaven Ba Gua perspectives and how Master David remedies houses with missing sectors with the application of Imperial Feng Shui.

Ba Gua is a fundamental concept of Feng Shui in which each compass direction or section of a building represents a different aspect of life: family member, health, wealth, career and even relationship luck. It’s used to check whether the interior of a room or a building is in harmony with the natural energy of the space. When these features are in harmony, the occupants in the space flourish; otherwise, a particular aspect of life may suffer.

Ba Gua is a fundamental concept of Feng Shui

In ancient China, homes are usually built to adhere to a square layout. This is because the Chinese believed that the ‘wholeness’ of a house promotes the flow of Qi within, enhancing the wealth and luck of its occupants.

If the layout of the house is not complete, it has a missing sector and therefore bad Feng Shui

Ancient Chinese courtyard houses

The Forbidden City in Beijing, China – one of the most famous places – for example, has an unapologetically square layout. True enough, the palace served as the home for Chinese emperors and their families for almost 500 years.

But as construction methods become more advanced, it’s not uncommon to encounter modern homes that are laid out differently. If the layout of the house is not ‘complete’, it can be said to have a missing sector and therefore bad Feng Shui.

Ba Gua Chart

In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, the Early Heaven Ba Gua governs health and the Late Heaven Ba Gua governs wealth. Each missing sector represents a different family member and brings about various implications for that occupant of the house in terms of their health and career.

Early Heaven Ba Gua

The implication of Missing Sectors from Early Heaven and Late Heaven Ba Gua perspective

Missing sector in a home

Based on the Early Heaven Ba Gua perspective, if the West sector is missing, the affected occupant may be prone to suffer from health issues relating to his/her respiratory system.

Based on the Later Heaven Ba Gua perspective, a house missing the East sector is missing the “Li Gua”, hence if the affected occupant happens to be working in the aviation industry, his/her career may be affected.

How do you combat houses with missing sectors?

Solving the problem of missing sectors is as simple as ensuring that there is a balance of energy flow within the compound. This can be done with the application of Imperial Feng Shui.

The combination of the Imperial White Ink Stone and Qian Long Jadeite Mountain is especially effective in this case. Placing these two powerful Imperial Feng Shui remedies in the wealth sector in your home can suppress the missing sectors and eliminate the negative effects they bring.

Imperial White Ink Stone

Imperial Harvest Imperial White Inkstone

The Imperial White Ink Stone has the powerful ability of “一白遮三丑, 一旺挡三煞”. It can promote the auspicious energy of one sector while countering three inauspicious sectors. At the same time, it can empower occupants with benefactors, power and authority.

Qian Long Jadeite Mountain

Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain

The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain was created by Emperor Qian Long’s team of Imperial Feng Shui masters to resolve the challenge of building a palace near an auspicious landform like the Metal elemental mountain. The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain can help one amplify his benefactors’ support, health and relationship harmony.

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