Do you belong to the West Life or East Life Group?
Now that you know your personal Feng Shui Element, Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal or Water, You know whether you’re an East Life or West Life Group person. The 3/5 Yin Yang Rule , shows that a healthy balance is often 3/5 Yang and 2/5 Yin. This applies to our homes, our habits (sleeping 8 out of 24 hours), and the five lements. Of the five elements 3 are Yang; Wood, Fire and Water, while 2 are Yin; Earth and Metal. If you are a Yang element- Wood, Fire or Water, you are in the East Life group. If you are a Yin element; an Earth or Metal, you are in the West Life group.

If you have not yet figured out your personal element, go back to the menu and complete the worksheet.

An East life person ideally, looks for a house that sits in the East and faces West. A west life person looks for a house that sits in the West and faces East. If a couple has conflicting life groups, the one most responsible for the financial prosperity is taken into account first.

The optimum directions for any East life person are; East, North, South and North East.

The optimum directions for any West life person are; West, North West, South West & South East 

Use your best directions by sitting or facing these directions. When sleeping, the crown of your head receives the energy of that direction. Each element – remember to calculate yours- has specific directions within your best 4 that work well for different goals, such as clear thinking, relationship harmony, health, and overall prosperity. See the element worksheet on the main menu for more information. 

Ba Zhai Feng Shui uses the Bagua map and your personal Ming Gua to indicate your personal directions within the home as well as individual rooms. Your personal Ming Gua number is derived from your birth date and gender.  Each Ming Gua has certain directions that are auspicious or inauspicious. 

The Min Gua number falls into one of two groups:  East or West.  Auspicious directions are determined by whether you are an East Life person or a West Life person. 

East Group People:  Kua Numbers 1, 3, 4, & 9

Your auspicious directions are north, south, east, and southeast 

West Group People:  Kua Numbers 5, 2, 6, 7, & 8

Your auspicious directions are west, southwest, northwest, and northeast

You can use this information when deciding where and how to arrange your furniture. Particularly your desk, bed and other important areas where you’ spend a lot of time.

A Feng Shui Consultant can help you calculate your Ming Gua accurately and give you guidance based on the Ba Zhai and your personal information and goals. Call for a report if you’re house hunting and would like to have this information to help you choose the best home. Also see list of services.

 

 

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One response

  1. Ha

    I belong to the west group and I would like to know why my house should face east instead of west? Hope you can help me.

    May 1, 2008 at 10:13 pm