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The Eight Mansions formula is not just a personalized formula but also reveals the luck distribution in any home. Every building can be categorized as one of the eight types of houses, based on its facing direction.
The Eight Mansions chart shows which sectors of the house enjoy the four types of good luck and four types of bad luck. Based on your house facing direction, you can identify the Eight Mansions chart that applies to your home. Select the correct chart and superimpose it on a floor plan to identify the good and bad luck sectors.
THE FOUR TYPES OF GOOD LUCK LUCK ARE:
THE FOUR TYPES OF BAD LUCK ARE:
EXAMPLE: ANALYZING THE LUCK OF A SOUTH-FACING HOUSE
S - Sheng Chi brings everytype of success and is activated with water!.
SE - Romance luck flies into the Southeast. Here, the romance star is strong, so there is no need to do anything.
E - Personal growth luck, Wood chi, flies into the East, also wood. So here, Wood is strengthened. There is no need to anything, but do not have too much Wood here as this causes over-competiveness.
NE - Six Killings belongs to the Water element, and when it flies into the Northeast, it is pressed down by Earth energy. There is no need to do anything, as the Six Killings is naturally being kept under control.
N - The sitting palace (North) has good health luck. Here, Earth chi flies into Water, so good health luck is distracted. Fire energy will strengthen Earth, and will help to bring better health.
SW - Bad luck Ho Hai is Earth chi, and flying into the Southwest, its bad luck chi gets strengthened. So this house needs Metal energy here to exhaust the bad luck.
W - Chueh Ming, or Total Loss luck, is Metal chi, and flying into the West, which is also Metal, strengthens it. Water energy is needed here to exhaust the bad luck.
NW - Wu Kwei has Fire energy, and by flying into the Northwest, Metal, it gets strengthened. Five Ghost luck needs to be pressed down and exhausted; so place Earth energy, such as crystals, in this sector.
The following article is taken from the "Feng Shui World (July/August 2012)". To subscribe, please click here.