Keep calm from Shar
Shar ‘Chi’ Bad ‘Chi’
There is both positive and negative ‘qi’. The ‘negative qi’ arising from the angles is known as ‘shar chi’. Poisonous arrows and sharp angles should be focused towards the main door of the house or the house, or the road leading to the main door of the house. The sharp corners of nearby buildings send venomous arrows at everything in their path toward your home. You should not see these corners. But if you can see it, then do some such measures for it so that it remains out of your sight or you can hang a pa-kua mirror so that those corners can come back.
There is a remedy for everything in Feng Shui:
Such a corner sends venomous arrows towards every object or house in your path. If it is not visible then it is not a cause for concern. But if it is not out of your sight, then you have to take measures for it.
Miraculous Pa kua and Its Secrets
A giant tortoise appeared in China’s main national river ‘Lo’. This giant tortoise had a perfect miraculous square on its back. The scholars there analyzed the event that resulted in the introduction of Feng Shui, I Ching, Chinese Numerology and Astrology. The hard back of this turtle was divided into 9 brackets. Each parenthesis point was visible. The miracle of those points was that adding them somehow, diagonally, gave the sum of each parenthesis 15. This miraculous concept was done 4000 years ago by ‘Lo’ Shu in China.
This tortoise later came to be considered as the lord of north direction in China.
In the quadrangle obtained from the back of this turtle, earth element is in brown color in the middle, fire in the red color of 9 number above, water in blue color of 1 number below, wood in green color of 3 number and metal in yellow color of 7 number. There is knowledge. Thus these five elements are associated with the fundamental Chinese principles of Feng Shui.
Further, Feng Shui scholars also linked the seasons of the five elements to this wondrous quadrangle.
South is always up in Chinese Vastu Shastra
This miraculous square also represented the eight arms representing different aspects of a person’s life, and eventually that miraculous square became the eight-sided pa-kua or bagwa figure.
Pa-kua or Bagwa originated from the magic square that was discovered from the traces of the turtle’s shell. Each of the nine regions that make up the magic square of three times three are related to different aspects of our lives.
Pa-kua or Bagwa is an octagonal symbol of Chinese culture, each angle representing a direction and an important aspect of life. For the sake of convenience, Pa-Kua is often shown in the category of 3×3. If your house is square or rectangular then it can be easily fitted on top of it. With the help of this magic square, the search for the auspicious place is done. Whether he is fortunate enough to build a house and live in it. This magic square has 9 classified cells. Each square represents a specific energy.
The directions of the Liu-Pan Hkampas have a fundamental importance in Feng Shui. Liu Pan itself indicates the direction whether he is lucky for you or not. The information of leu-pan is contained in a magical class and is the basis of the yantra of Bagwa or Pakua, it is a device through which to find a place with auspicious energy and elements for a house or office. The diagram of Bagwa below shows what is the energetic position of the 8 directions and the center. Bagwa is a symbol of the journey of life. With its help, a convenient place to live, work and rest can be achieved. When getting a construction done based on Feng Shui principles, then definitely follow the garden.
The center of Bagwa is a special place. Its place is in the house where the occupants meet each other and where the energy is stored and moves. This place should be well taken care of. Always keep it bright and welcoming. Do not let the situation of confusion arise here, nor do the combined lighting of five bulbs. Glass and glass light will make this place move. It is auspicious to lay a circular carpet in the center.
Feng Shui is used to give beneficial energies to the house. But life is not the same but is constantly changing. Similarly, the energies of the directions also keep on changing. Therefore, when a direction is energized, it produces good results, then there is happiness, but after that, being careless from that direction can not lead to auspicious results. The directions should be kept energetic continuously according to the changing circumstances from time to time.
When keeping symbols to develop the eight aspects of life, then definitely determine the directions and the elements related to them from the garden compass. Keep the symbol and sub-symbol whichever direction is favorable.
Uses of Bagwa
The Bagwa symbol plays an effective role in the planning of the house to the determination of directions. Its eight parts give information about the eight aspects of life. These eight aspects are career, relationship, family, wealth, supportive people, children, knowledge and fame. With the methods of Feng Shui, ambitions can be fulfilled miraculously. In this case the symbols are of great help. These symbols can also be stone, picture, mountain. To vibrate these fixed symbols, it is advisable to resort to moving symbols also. Small fountains, candles° can be used as moving symbols. Whatever symbol you choose, it is very important to have a meaning. Also take care that it does not collide with the element of your direction.