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Posted by Imperial Harvest on 03 May 2024

The Secrets of Millionaire Home Feng Shui (Part 1)

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Have you ever wondered why some of your friends started securing new opportunities and critical promotions after they moved into a new house? Perhaps you have pondered why your colleagues can secure multi-million dollar deals and experience tremendous sales growth regardless of market cycles. Have you ever wondered why some of your business associates achieve tremendous business growth despite facing challenging market headwinds?

In this series of articles, Master David will unveil the closely guarded home secrets that he has personally applied to help many clients achieve breakthrough results in their careers, businesses, and sales.

The Study of External Landform and Internal Landform

In Imperial Feng Shui studies, conducting a comprehensive audit involves evaluating both External and Internal Landform aspects.

External landform encompasses the surroundings of your home, office, and shop. It involves the application of San He Feng Shui (三合风水) and the Form School of Feng Shui (形家风水) to understand the implications of auspicious and inauspicious landform features on a property.

On the other hand, Internal landform refers to the layout of the house. San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Star (三元玄空飞星) is utilised to assess the auspiciousness of the layout concerning the occupants, taking into account the facing direction of the home, its year of completion, and the birth details of the occupants.

Master David shares the closely guarded external landform checklists used to assist clients in selecting life-changing homes. The checklist comprises five crucial auspicious landform features.

Auspicious Landform Features

1. Regular Land Shape (四点金)

In China, the 四合院 (siheyuan) is a favoured architectural layout known for its square design, often preferred by affluent and influential families. The square layout symbolises completeness based on the perspective of the eight trigrams, which are fundamental elements in Feng Shui.

In Imperial Feng Shui studies, the preferred shape for a piece of land is a square or rectangle, encapsulated in the term “Four Points of Gold” (四点金), which denotes the desired regularity in land shape.

The eight trigrams play a crucial role in understanding a house’s energy, with each corresponding to different family members and body parts. For example, if a house lacks a sector in the northwest, it indicates potential detriment to the father, as the northwest represents the head of the household.

2. Incoming Water Flow (逆水朝堂)

Feng Shui traces its origins to the works of Guo Pu, a renowned historian and scholar from the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317 to 420 CE). His contributions to the art and understanding of Feng Shui are significant, particularly through his commentary on the “Book of Burial” (葬经), which established the fundamental principles of geomancy. In this text, he emphasises the significance of aligning human activities with the Earth’s natural energies to enhance prosperity and well-being.

“Mountain governs the benefactors, while water governs wealth (山管人丁,水管财)” stands out as one of the most crucial golden verses from the classics of Imperial Feng Shui. In the study of these classics, Imperial Feng Shui masters delve into the examination of mountain ranges to trace dragon veins and meridian spots (寻龙点穴), and they evaluate the direction and winding paths of rivers to assess the auspiciousness of a house.

Today, similar principles are applied when selecting auspicious sites to construct high-stakes businesses, such as casino resorts. A prime example is Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, where the site is situated on reclaimed land, strategically positioned to obstruct the incoming flow of the Singapore River. This deliberate positioning aims to harness the auspicious energy of the river to promote prosperity and abundance for the Marina Bay Sands. In Imperial Feng Shui terminology, such a water feature would be described as 逆水朝堂, or “Incoming Water Flow”.

3. Embracing the Jade Belt (玉带环腰)

Imperial Feng Shui masters conducted centuries of empirical research on civilisations developed along major rivers. They noted that when a gently meandering river borders a parcel of land, the varying velocities of the river’s flow on its concave and convex sides become significant

The faster flow of the river on the concave side symbolises dynamic energy movement, indicating abundance, vitality, and opportunity. Conversely, the slower flow on the convex side suggests stagnation, potentially leading to misfortunes and challenges. This revelation prompted Imperial Feng Shui masters to acknowledge the profound impact of river embracing on household prosperity.

In urban environments without rivers, roads can also be seen as rivers.

The Riviere Condo, which is situated on the concave side of the Singapore River.

A plot of land situated on the concave side of the river resembles the jade belts worn by the wealthy and noble. Eventually, such auspicious plots of land embraced by the meandering river earned the moniker “Jade Belt” (玉带环腰).

4. Bright Hall (明堂)

The term “bright hall” refers to the space in front of the house in landed property, or the space in front of the balcony in high-rise apartments.

In Imperial Feng Shui studies, the bright hall is utilised to gauge the wealth capacity of a house, which in turn determines the earning potential of the family. Therefore, high-rise apartments with unblocked balconies or landed properties with spacious front porches are favoured by many successful entrepreneurs and professionals, as they suggest limitless earning potential for the occupants.

5. Metal Elemental Mountain (金山)

Imperial Feng Shui masters diligently examine the shapes of different mountains and categorise them into the Five Elements (五行) — Wood (木), Fire (火), Earth (土), Metal (金), and Water (水) — as the cornerstone of metaphysical studies. According to the “Book of Burial” (葬经), Imperial Feng Shui masters study the effects of burial sites on future descendants by examining the different elemental mountains.

  • Metal-elemental Mountain: Defined by its round top, generations of Imperial Feng Shui masters have conducted empirical studies, concluding that descendants of individuals buried in auspicious sites on Metal mountains tend to accumulate immense wealth, power, and influence through high-flying careers and businesses.
  • Earth-elemental Mountain: Characterised by its flat top, Imperial Feng Shui studies have shown that descendants of individuals buried in auspicious sites on Earth mountains tend to amass wealth and achieve financial success through trading and investments.
  • Wood-elemental Mountain: Distinguished by a conical top, Imperial Feng Shui studies revealed that descendants of individuals buried in auspicious sites on Wood mountains tend to achieve high academic accomplishments and become prominent scholars.
  • Fire-elemental Mountain: Defined by a sharp top, descendants of individuals buried in both auspicious and inauspicious sites on Fire mountains tend to experience misfortunes, challenges, and untimely deaths, particularly when buried in inauspicious locations.
  • Water-elemental Mountain: Characterised by a wavy top, studies have indicated that descendants of individuals buried in both auspicious and inauspicious sites on Water mountains tend to experience broken marriages, disharmony, and financial turbulence.

In Hong Kong, for example, numerous tycoons have favoured districts like Deep Water Bay, which is surrounded by auspicious Metal mountains such as Shouson Hill and Violet Hill, in order to harness the substantial benefits of these elemental influences. This strategic choice of residence is believed to enhance their fortune and success, contributing to their sustained prominence in the business world. Consequently, these houses have consistently commanded record-breaking transaction prices over the years.

Case Study: Li Ka-Shing’s residence

As a renowned Imperial Feng Shui master, Master David has advised many MNCs, casinos, banks, and real estate developers. In this case study, Master David unveils the landform Feng Shui secrets of Hong Kong’s wealthiest man: Li Ka-Shing.

Shouson Hill, situated in the west sector relative to Li Ka-Shing’s residence, aligns with the Greedy Wolf Star (贪狼星) — Star 1 of his residence’s Flying Star Chart. This auspicious star governs the ability to acquire indirect wealth through timely and opportunistic decisions. Symbolising new beginnings, ventures, and opportunities as the first of the nine flying stars, it enabled Li Ka-Shing, an established businessman, to leverage this positioning to expand and start new enterprises. His strategic investment decisions, evident from early investments in highly successful businesses like Facebook and Zoom, along with moves to reduce property holdings in China before government cooling measures, propelled his businesses to significant heights.

In contrast, Violet Hill is situated in the east sector relative to Li Ka-Shing’s residence, where the Martial Arts Star (武曲星) – Star 6 presides. Governed by the Metal element and bolstered by the geographical placement of Violet Hill, this star signifies power, authority, and influence. These attributes are essential when acquiring large, nationally significant companies. Notably, during the 2000s and 2010s, Li Ka-Shing expanded his portfolio through strategic acquisitions in Europe, such as the purchase of the German energy metering firm Ista in 2017. His influence extended into the energy sector with notable transactions including the merger of Husky Energy with Cenovus Energy in 2020, a strategic move to mitigate risks and stabilise earnings amid volatile market conditions.

Creating an Excellent Feng Shui Residence Inspired by Li Ka Shing

The solution to harness powerful Feng Shui support from auspicious landforms without the need for expensive properties in prime districts or costly home construction lies in Imperial Feng Shui.

When Emperor Qian Long’s team of Imperial Feng Shui masters faced this challenge 248 years ago, it took them over a decade to devise a time-tested and proven solution: The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain. On 14 September 2018, Master David unveiled Imperial Harvest’s Qian Long Jadeite Mountain after four years of design, research, development, and carving.

Learn about the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain here

Subsequently, on 26 May 2023, Master David unveiled the second-generation Imperial Harvest Red Phoenix Mountain after six years of dedicated research and development. This launch aimed to harness the potent energies of Period 9.

Learn about the Imperial Harvest Red Phoenix Mountain here

To date, numerous clients have installed and reaped the benefits of Master David’s exclusively designed first-generation Qian Long Jadeite Mountain and the second-generation Imperial Harvest Red Phoenix Mountain.

Continue for Millionaire Home Feng Shui (Part 2)

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