Imperial Harvest Advises on Combating Missing Sectors with Imperial Feng ShuiLiving & Lifestyle
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Based on the principles of Imperial Feng Shui, the ideal shape of a piece of land is that of a square or rectangle. The term “Four Point of Gold” (四点金) was coined to describe the ideal piece of land with a regular shape.
This is evidently so in ancient China, where palaces and homes were built to adhere to a square layout. The Chinese then believed that the ‘wholeness’ of a house promoted the flow of Qi within, enhancing the wealth and luck of its occupants.
However, in modern times and especially in Singapore, space constraints have led to the creation of many different homes that are laid out differently.
This modernised layout often resulted in missing sectors; which refers to houses with missing corners.
This is deemed as ‘incomplete’ and has inauspicious Feng Shui, which could be detrimental to the occupants of these homes.
In this article, Master David from Imperial Harvest will explain the implications of missing sectors and how you can combat the detrimental effects using Imperial Feng Shui solutions.
The implications and effects of having missing sectors in your house can be understood from the Imperial Feng Shui principle called Early Heaven Ba Gua and Late Heaven Ba Gua.
Chart © Imperial Harvest
Definition of Early Heaven and Later Heaven Ba Gua
Early Heaven Ba Gua represents the time factor of Feng Shui. Later Heaven Ba Gua represents the directional factor of Feng Shui.
Ba Gua And Its Representation Of Family Members
Table © Imperial Harvest
Missing Sector - Their Implications
Early Heaven Ba Gua governs the health factor of the house's Feng Shui flow, while Later Heaven Ba Gua governs its wealth factor.
The tables below summarise the implication of the missing sector from the perspectives of early heaven and later heaven. These implications will affect individuals based on certain aspects such as age, sex, number of children, professions, work industries, and their Gua number - which can be determined by a professional Feng Shui consultant.
Tables © Imperial Harvest
Floorplan © Imperial Harvest
Based on the Early Ba Gua principle, the house layout pictured above appears to be missing the North West sector, leading to specified occupants possibly suffering the following issues related to the missing sectors:
Based on the Early Heaven Ba Gua Analysis
Health issues: Brain, Lungs Affects Li Gua 离卦 (unmarried females above the age of 16) or Individuals with Gua Number 6 Based on the Later Heaven Ba Gua analysis
Industries affected: Banking, Hardware
Professions affected: Management Consultant, Policy Maker, Legal Affects Gen Gua 艮卦 (males below the age of 16) or Individuals with Gua Number 6 Combating Houses with Missing Sectors
The missing sectors could appear daunting with the health and career issues they bring to specific occupants of the family.
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.
Our expert consultants are on hand to help you achieve optimal Qi flow in your homes. Learn more about our Feng Shui audit service or contact us at +65 91221826.
What happens after you book your Feng Shui audit?
1. A dedicated Imperial Harvest advisor will contact you to understand your needs and requirements for your home, office or shop Feng Shui.
2. During this preliminary Feng Shui audit consultation, we will assess your situation and advise you on the suitable audit services we can render and how Imperial Harvest can help you to achieve your goals.
3. Upon the assessment of your needs and requirements, your Imperial Harvest advisor will advise you on how you can proceed with the confirmation of your audit appointment with Master David and his team of senior consultants.
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