The fate of each human being is predetermined before the person is born.
Good or bad is all about the effect from the actions done in past lives.
It seems that there is no way that we can escape from that. Although
Mother Nature can overcome humans, people deeply believe that humans
also have the power to overcome Mother Nature in certain way. There are
many methods that enable us to avoid having the problems. To cultivate
merits and blessings, through self-cultivation and helping others, is
one the ways that every one of us should do in our precious life.
However, the Feng Shui cures are commonly used among people on the yang
house, the residence of the living, to enhance harmony and well-being.
Based on all the years of the Feng Shui consultations, Grand Master Huen
Yuan knows that the Yang house Fang Shui and a person's Chinese
astrology have certain influence on one another. If the house is not
auspicious but the resident has good Chinese astrology, his luck will be
different each year as long as he lives there. On the contrary, if a
person does not have good Chinese astrology but lives in an auspicious
house, he will be fine in his life.
A house layout and the placement of objects inside a house, such as a
front door, bed, stove, Buddha statue, ancestral tablet, office desk,
fish tank, refrigerator, and bathroom, can affect the residents on the
achievement of balance and harmony of their living environment. The
impact is great and cannot be ignored.
Let us take a television as an example. The main entrance of a house is
like a television antenna and the other objects, including the
residents, are the parts in the set. If all the parts are properly
placed at where they should be, but the antenna does not aim at the
right direction, the signal received will not be good. If vice versa,
the signal will be still bad.
The Feng Shui of yang house and yin house, the grave of the deceased
ancestors, is able to determine the chi flow in the living environment
and affect the residents in many ways, such as health, fortune and well
being. The influence is very crucial that a person's Chinese astrology,
even it is good, can hardly change it.
Unlike East/West Si Ming theory, which indicates the bed arrangement and
house sitting/facing direction should be determined by a person's
trigram, the location should always be the first thing to be taken into
consideration for building a house. With the application of Feng Shui
principles listed on the web pages on house layout and objects position,
a harmonious living environment can be achieved by anyone of us,
regardless the person's trigram. In other words, it really does not
matter what brand the television is, it will always receive a clear
signal as long as it has all the components properly assembled inside.
The front door is the most essential part of a house that is used
by the residents
every day for the entrance and exit. It is like a human mouth and throat
that has to
be taken good care of to avoid any problem. If we do not start to deal
problem, it will be too late once the situation gets worse. Bear in mind
that the main
entrance should be clean and bright. There should not be a neighbor roof
hipped pagoda roof or straight street leading to the main door.
a. Do not locate the
family shrine at the top floor of the house because of the heat and
strong wind. If it does, the man of the house will be likely to
encounter many obstacles at work. In addition, the Buddha statues will
b. In general, people would like to place the family shrine at the top
floor to provide Buddhas a good view. It is not correct. Buddhas and
deities can come and go without time and space limit. It is really not
necessary to do so. However, as long as it is a place with good chi flow
and does not face a stream or ditch that flows away from it, the
residents can achieve a safe living environment.
c. A living room or study room where the residents always hang out in
there will be the best place for locating the shrine. Every family
member may worship to Buddha and ancestors at any time and attain the
blessings. Therefore, unity of the residents will be stronger.
4. Children's bedroom
a. Avoid using a bunk bed in the room. Although more space is
there for the
children, its design can create pressure and cause the
children feel gloomy.
b. The room should be bright and well-lit. If the children sit with
their back to the
bedroom door or if either side of the desk faces the
door, the children will feel
agitated to sit there and study.
c. Do not post any pictures of robots, animals or monsters on the wall
8. How to Choose a House8. The How-to for
Choosing a House
a. A sole high-rise building, excluding a square shaped building, in
neighborhood is not good.
b. Locating in a windward area can create lots of problems.
c. A cozy place with good chi flow denotes wealth and power.
d. A house that is surrounded by taller buildings means the residents
will not be able
to do things right.
e. Higher buildings on both the left and right side of the house means
the man of the
house will not be respected at home.
f. If a house is built atop a mountain, the residents will have hard
time to hold on to
their fortune. This location is good only for a
spiritual site, e.g. a temple.
g. The house should not face a mountain at a short distance and be back
to a steep
downhill, which is wildly open and unprotected. If it happens
that way, the residents
will be likely not having a bright future.
h. It is bad to have an old tree at the backyard or tall trees at either
side of the house.
i. More tall trees in the yards, more negative chi will be created.
j. A long rectangular shape of house which is perpendicular to a street
is bad. It
shapes like a coffin and symbolizes jeopardy.
k. Having a pond at the back or front of the house does not mean the
house is good
l. A factory located at the right side of the house is considered bad
Feng Shui for the
m. The front door should not be aligned with the back door, especial
there is another
door or more in alignment with them in between. It is
considered very bad Feng