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Hello Cecil and Robert,
I am very proud to join your forum.
First of all, a big hello to everyone as this is my first post.
I read about After-Heaven Bagua mirror while surfing on net.
I wonder, whether it is for specific indoor hanging? Is it safe to use it indoor?
What do they look like?
I
live in a unit and would like to use Bagua mirror to deflect the
traffic. But since I live in unit I can't hang it outside so I'd have to
hang it inside the window facing outside to deflect bad energies.
Do I use After-Heaven Bagua mirror or Before-Heaven Bagua mirror? What do they look like?
I also heard I have to be really careful about using After-Heaven Bauga mirror.
Kind regards,
Kalpana

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Are you referring to the "Later Heaven Sequence Bagua? Where you said "After-Heaven"?
Please check this link:-
http://www.geomancy.net/resources/art/art-pakua.htm
Traditionally, "The First Heaven Sequence Mirror" should be used and not the "Later Heaven Sequence Mirror."
In majority of all the Asian countries; so far, I have yet to come across a commercial "Later Heaven Sequence Mirror". Not sure about America or European, thou. Maybe some diabolically twisted soul would make a "Later Heaven Sequence Mirror" for sale.
Yes, all mirrors should FACE-OUTwards. Thus, if possible it should be hung outside and hardly if any for someone to hang it indoors even thu it is facing outwards.... But as a Last Resort, if really can't then no choice liao....
Note: The term Pakua and Bagua are the same. Where Pakua is a Chinese dialect (Hokkien) way of pronouncing the politcally correct: Mandarin pin yin spelling of "Bagua".

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On 3/5/2011 9:56:50 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hello Cecil and Robert,I am
very proud to join your
forum.First of all, a big
hello to everyone as this is
my first post.I read about
After-Heaven Bagua mirror
while surfing on net.I wonder,
whether it is for specific
indoor hanging? Is it safe to
use it indoor?What do they
look like?I
live in a unit and would like
to use Bagua mirror to deflect
the
traffic. But since I live in
unit I can't hang it outside
so I'd have to
hang it inside the window
facing outside to deflect bad
energies.Do I use After-Heaven
Bagua mirror or Before-Heaven
Bagua mirror? What do they
look like?I also heard I have
to be really careful about
using After-Heaven Bauga
mirror.Kind regards,Kalpana


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Thank you for posting reply. Yes I mean to say Later-Heaven. Some people call it After-Heaven, post-heaven etc on the net.
I have convex bagua mirror with ZHEN (2 broken and 1 unbroken line) on top part of bagua mirror. Looks like it is Later-Heaven bagua mirror and I should not hang it inside.
Since I live in unit, can I hang a yellow CONVEX bagua mirror with QIAN (3 unbroken lines) on top of bagua mirror inside bedroom window facing out? There are lots of car parked on that side.
Can I also hang bagua mirror with tassel & coin inside house facing out the window of lounge room as there is driveway?
Kindest regards,
Smile

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On 3/5/2011 5:19:58 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Are you referring to the "Later Heaven
Sequence Bagua? Where you said
"After-Heaven"?Please check this
link:-http://www.geomancy.net/resources/a
rt/art-pakua.htmTraditionally, "The
First Heaven Sequence Mirror" should be
used and not the "Later Heaven Sequence
Mirror."In majority of all the Asian
countries; so far, I have yet to come
across a commercial "Later Heaven
Sequence Mirror". Not sure about America
or European, thou. Maybe some
diabolically twisted soul would make a
"Later Heaven Sequence Mirror" for
sale.Yes, all mirrors should
FACE-OUTwards. Thus, if possible it
should be hung outside and hardly if any
for someone to hang it indoors even thu
it is facing outwards.... But as a Last
Resort, if really can't then no choice
liao....Note: The term Pakua and Bagua
are the same. Where Pakua is a Chinese
dialect (Hokkien) way of pronouncing the
politcally correct: Mandarin pin yin
spelling of "Bagua".On 3/5/2011 9:56:50
AM, Anonymous wrote: > >Hello
Cecil and Robert,I am >very proud to
join your >forum.First of all, a big
hello to everyone as this is >my
first post.I read about >After-Heaven
Bagua mirror >while surfing on net.I
wonder, >whether it is for specific
indoor hanging? Is it safe to
use it indoor?What do they >look
like?I >live in a unit and would like
to use Bagua mirror to deflect
the >traffic. But since I live in
unit I can't hang it outside >so
I'd have to >hang it inside the
window >facing outside to deflect bad
energies.Do I use After-Heaven
Bagua mirror or Before-Heaven
Bagua mirror? What do they >look
like?I also heard I have >to be
really careful about >using
After-Heaven Bauga >mirror.Kind
regards,Kalpana >

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Frankly, I am very good at all words. Yawn...... A pic tells a ....

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On 3/7/2011 5:05:30 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Thank you for posting reply. Yes I mean
to say Later-Heaven. Some people call it
After-Heaven, post-heaven etc on the
net. I have convex bagua mirror with
ZHEN (2 broken and 1 unbroken line) on
top part of bagua mirror. Looks like it
is Later-Heaven bagua mirror and I
should not hang it inside.Since I live
in unit, can I hang a yellow CONVEX
bagua mirror with QIAN (3 unbroken
lines) on top of bagua mirror inside
bedroom window facing out? There are
lots of car parked on that side.Can I
also hang bagua mirror with tassel &
coin inside house facing out the window
of lounge room as there is
driveway?Kindest regards,
On 3/5/2011
5:19:58 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Are you referring to the "Later
Heaven
Sequence Bagua? Where you said
"After-Heaven"?Please check this
link:-http://www.geomancy.net/resourc
es/a
rt/art-pakua.htmTraditionally, "The
First Heaven Sequence Mirror" should
be
used and not the "Later Heaven
Sequence
Mirror."In majority of all the Asian
countries; so far, I have yet to
come
across a commercial "Later Heaven
Sequence Mirror". Not sure about
America
or European, thou. Maybe some
diabolically twisted soul would make
a
"Later Heaven Sequence Mirror" for
sale.Yes, all mirrors should
FACE-OUTwards. Thus, if possible it
should be hung outside and hardly if
any
for someone to hang it indoors even
thu
it is facing outwards.... But as a
Last
Resort, if really can't then no
choice
liao....Note: The term Pakua and
Bagua
are the same. Where Pakua is a
Chinese
dialect (Hokkien) way of pronouncing
the
politcally correct: Mandarin pin yin
spelling of "Bagua".On 3/5/2011
9:56:50
AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hello
Cecil and Robert,I am
very proud
to
join your
forum.First of all, a
big
hello to everyone as this is
my
first post.I read about
After-Heaven
Bagua mirror
while surfing on
net.I
wonder,
whether it is for
specific
indoor hanging? Is it safe to
use it indoor?What do they
look
like?I
live in a unit and would
like
to use Bagua mirror to deflect
the
traffic. But since I
live in
unit I can't hang it outside
so
I'd have to
hang it inside the
window
facing outside to deflect
bad
energies.Do I use After-Heaven
Bagua mirror or Before-Heaven
Bagua mirror? What do they
look
like?I also heard I have
to be
really careful about
using
After-Heaven Bauga
mirror.Kind
regards,Kalpana


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Hi there,
Picture of my driveway is sent to your email address today.
Cheers
Kal

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On 3/7/2011 9:03:35 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Frankly, I am very good at all words.
Yawn...... A pic tells a ....On 3/7/2011
5:05:30 AM, Kalpana Uzon wrote:
Thank you for posting reply. Yes I
mean >to say Later-Heaven. Some
people call it >After-Heaven,
post-heaven etc on the >net. I have
convex bagua mirror with >ZHEN (2
broken and 1 unbroken line) on >top
part of bagua mirror. Looks like it
is Later-Heaven bagua mirror and I
should not hang it inside.Since I
live >in unit, can I hang a yellow
CONVEX >bagua mirror with QIAN (3
unbroken >lines) on top of bagua
mirror inside >bedroom window facing
out? There are >lots of car parked on
that side.Can I >also hang bagua
mirror with tassel & >coin inside
house facing out the window >of
lounge room as there is
driveway?Kindest regards,On 3/5/2011
5:19:58 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Are you referring to the "Later
Heaven >>Sequence Bagua?
Where you said
"After-Heaven"?Please check this
link:-http://www.geomancy.net/res
ourc >es/a
rt/art-pakua.htmTraditionally,
"The >>First Heaven Sequence
Mirror" should >be >>used and
not the "Later Heaven >Sequence
Mirror."In majority of all the
Asian >>countries; so far, I have
yet to >come >>across a
commercial "Later Heaven
Sequence Mirror". Not sure about
America >>or European, thou.
Maybe some >>diabolically twisted
soul would make >a >>"Later
Heaven Sequence Mirror" for
sale.Yes, all mirrors should
FACE-OUTwards. Thus, if possible
it >>should be hung outside and
hardly if >any >>for someone to
hang it indoors even >thu >>it
is facing outwards.... But as a >Last
Resort, if really can't then no
choice >>liao....Note: The
term Pakua and >Bagua >>are the
same. Where Pakua is a >Chinese
dialect (Hokkien) way of
pronouncing >the >>politcally
correct: Mandarin pin yin
spelling of "Bagua".On 3/5/2011
9:56:50 >>AM, Anonymous wrote:
>Hello >>Cecil and
Robert,I am >very proud >to
join your >forum.First of
all, a >big >>>hello to
everyone as this is >>my
first post.I read about
After-Heaven >>Bagua
mirror >while surfing on >net.I
wonder, >whether it is for
specific >>>indoor hanging?
Is it safe to >>>use it
indoor?What do they >>look
like?I >live in a unit and
would >like >>>to use Bagua
mirror to deflect >>>the
traffic. But since I >live in
unit I can't hang it outside
so >>I'd have to >hang
it inside the >>window >facing
outside to deflect >bad
energies.Do I use
After-Heaven >>>Bagua mirror or
Before-Heaven >>>Bagua mirror?
What do they >>look >>like?I
also heard I have >to be
really careful about >using
After-Heaven Bauga
mirror.Kind >>regards,Kalpana
>

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Thanks for the photo. But most likely you may have mis-interpreted what I had wanted.
As seriously; this photo showing the side of the drive-way is of no value; at all.

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On 3/17/2011 9:37:53 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi there,Picture of my driveway is sent
to your email address today.CheersKalOn
3/7/2011 9:03:35 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Frankly, I am very good at all
words.
Yawn...... A pic tells a ....On
3/7/2011
5:05:30 AM, Kalpana Uzon wrote:
Thank you for posting reply. Yes
I
mean
to say Later-Heaven. Some
people call it
After-Heaven,
post-heaven etc on the
net. I
have
convex bagua mirror with
ZHEN (2
broken and 1 unbroken line) on
top
part of bagua mirror. Looks like it
is Later-Heaven bagua mirror and
I
should not hang it inside.Since
I
live
in unit, can I hang a
yellow
CONVEX
bagua mirror with QIAN (3
unbroken
lines) on top of bagua
mirror inside
bedroom window
facing
out? There are
lots of car
parked on
that side.Can I
also hang bagua
mirror with tassel &
coin
inside
house facing out the window
of
lounge room as there is
driveway?Kindest regards,On
3/5/2011
5:19:58 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:

Are you referring to the
"Later
Heaven
Sequence
Bagua?
Where you said

"After-Heaven"?Please check
this

link:-http://www.geomancy.net
/res
ourc
es/a

rt/art-pakua.htmTraditionall
y,
"The
First Heaven Sequence
Mirror" should
be
used
and
not the "Later Heaven
Sequence

Mirror."In majority of all
the
Asian
countries; so far, I
have
yet to
come
across a
commercial "Later Heaven

Sequence Mirror". Not sure
about
America
or European,
thou.
Maybe some
diabolically
twisted
soul would make
a
"Later
Heaven Sequence Mirror" for

sale.Yes, all mirrors should

FACE-OUTwards. Thus, if
possible
it
should be hung outside
and
hardly if
any
for
someone to
hang it indoors even
thu
it
is facing outwards.... But as a
Last

Resort, if really can't then
no
choice
liao....Note: The
term Pakua and
Bagua
are
the
same. Where Pakua is a
Chinese

dialect (Hokkien) way of
pronouncing
the
politcally
correct: Mandarin pin yin

spelling of "Bagua".On
3/5/2011
9:56:50
AM, Anonymous
wrote:

Hello
Cecil and
Robert,I am
very proud
to

join your
forum.First of
all, a
big
hello to
everyone as this is
my

first post.I read about

After-Heaven
Bagua
mirror
while surfing on
net.I

wonder,
whether it is
for
specific
indoor
hanging?
Is it safe to
use it
indoor?What do they
look

like?I
live in a unit
and
would
like
to use
Bagua
mirror to deflect
the
traffic. But since I
live in

unit I can't hang it
outside

so
I'd have to
hang
it inside the
window
facing
outside to deflect
bad

energies.Do I use
After-Heaven
Bagua
mirror or
Before-Heaven
Bagua
mirror?
What do they
look
like?I
also heard I have
to be

really careful about
using

After-Heaven Bauga
mirror.Kind
regards,Kalpana


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Further to what I had mentioned;
1. If your photo does show that it was taken from inside the main door looking out; so far, there does not seem to be any threat - in that photo. So, in my opinion; so far, no need a bagua mirror to be hang say above the door.
(Anyway, the photo is angled to the floor: can't see higher to make further comments).
2. If this photo is not taken inside the main door looking out... then there is "educational" value in this photo.
3. The attached illustration: shows that if a proper photo has to be taken; it should be standing say inside the main door looking out or standing inside the window of a home looking outwards...



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Hi Cecil,
That's my 3.5meter long and 2 meter wide
window looking out to the driveway just next to my window (nearly attached). The photo was taken from inside. Car coming & going day
& night as the car park is at the back of the building. Smoke,
noise, exhaust. It feels like living in a driveway. Sure, I don't need
any protection?
Kind regards,
Kal

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On 3/17/2011 11:45:12 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Further to what I had
mentioned; 1. If your photo
does show that it was taken
from inside the main door
looking out; so far, there
does not seem to be any threat
- in that photo. So, in my
opinion; so far, no need a
bagua mirror to be hang say
above the door.(Anyway, the
photo is angled to the floor:
can't see higher to make
further comments).2. If this
photo is not taken inside the
main door looking out... then
there is "educational" value
in this photo.3. The attached
illustration: shows that if a
proper photo has to be taken;
it should be standing say
inside the main door looking
out or standing inside the
window of a home looking
outwards...

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Frankly, if you are referring to the photo you had posted;
All I can see is a photo of a walkway and the photo was taken looking downwards.
I repeat; based on this photo: tell me what is the threat? You have to be realistic. Given this photo; I don't see any threat at all.

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On 3/23/2011 8:21:33 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,That's my 3.5meter
long and 2 meter wide
window looking out to the
driveway just next to my
window (nearly attached). The
photo was taken from inside.
Car coming & going day
& night as the car park is
at the back of the building.
Smoke,
noise, exhaust. It feels like
living in a driveway. Sure, I
don't need
any protection?Kind regards,KalOn
3/17/2011 11:45:12 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Further to what I had
mentioned; 1. If your photo
does show that it was taken
from inside the main door
looking out; so far, there
does not seem to be any threat
- in that photo. So, in my
opinion; so far, no need a
bagua mirror to be hang say
above the door.(Anyway, the
photo is angled to the floor:
can't see higher to make
further comments).2. If this
photo is not taken inside the
main door looking out... then
there is "educational" value
in this photo.3. The attached
illustration: shows that if a
proper photo has to be taken;
it should be standing say
inside the main door looking
out or standing inside the
window of a home looking
outwards...


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Dear Cecil,
Can I hand Bagua mirror infront of my main door then?
Since the neighbour next door is not so friendly.
Regards,
Kal

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On 3/23/2011 10:35:19 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Frankly, if you are referring to the
photo you had posted;All I can see is a
photo of a walkway and the photo was
taken looking downwards.I repeat; based
on this photo: tell me what is the
threat? You have to be realistic. Given
this photo; I don't see any threat at
all. On 3/23/2011 8:21:33 PM, Kalpana
Uzon wrote: >Hi Cecil,That's my
3.5meter >long and 2 meter wide
window looking out to the
driveway just next to my >window
(nearly attached). The >photo was
taken from inside. >Car coming &
going day >& night as the car
park is >at the back of the building.
Smoke, >noise, exhaust. It feels
like >living in a driveway. Sure, I
don't need >any protection?Kind
regards,KalOn >3/17/2011 11:45:12 PM,
Cecil Lee wrote: >>Further to what
I had >>mentioned; 1. If your
photo >>does show that it was
taken >>from inside the main door
looking out; so far, there
does not seem to be any threat
- in that photo. So, in my
opinion; so far, no need a
bagua mirror to be hang say
above the door.(Anyway, the
photo is angled to the floor:
can't see higher to make
further comments).2. If this
photo is not taken inside the
main door looking out... then
there is "educational" value
in this photo.3. The attached
illustration: shows that if a
proper photo has to be taken;
it should be standing say
inside the main door looking
out or standing inside the
window of a home looking
outwards...

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On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Cecil,Can I hand Bagua mirror
infront of my main door then?Since the
neighbour next door is not so
friendly.Regards,Kal


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Love your cartoons!
So, you don't suggest hanging bagua mirror on my door. Confused
Why do people hang bagua mirror when they have trouble with their neighbours?Neutral

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On 4/6/2011 8:19:48 PM, Anonymous wrote:
On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote: >Dear Cecil,Can I hand Bagua
mirror >infront of my main door
then?Since the >neighbour next door
is not so >friendly.Regards,Kal

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There are a few considerations:
1. In countries that have "street-smart" Chinese especially in the Far East; hanging a bagua could invariably lead to a "ba gua war". Where one's neighbour also hangs a ba gua. Get it?
2. Traditionally, a bagua is used specifically for THREE major reasons:-
2.1. "Protection" again spirits ... and not that silly kind of protection relating to protection against one's neighbours
2.2. To deflect poison arrows VIA a conVEX mirror
2.3. A conCAVE mirror can or may be used to capture good scenery or at a missing corner.
Now, can you honestly tell me: where the "crab" does this silly idea of hanging bagua because of trouble with neighbours flow in the above.
3. I know; even in my country; there may be the rare few; but these are the exceptions or the "low, low class" or considered as such people around... These are the people who most likely are struggling with their lives; and for some who says there is such thing as "karma"; then; it may befall them.
4. Why go so low as to become one of these "scumbags?". So does one think that if there are lots of tailgaters in our life; do you go and place a bagua mirror at the rear of the vehicle?
5. Furthermore; another group of "scumbags" are worst. These are the parasites of Fung Sway. They are simply known as "The Feng Shui Emporium" kind. These people want to sell you nearly anything but everything... GOT IT? GET IT? STILL WANT IT?????????????
THE MORALE OF THE STORY CAN BE FOUND, HERE:-
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26566&new=

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On 4/7/2011 9:53:24 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Love your cartoons! So, you don't
suggest hanging bagua mirror on my door.
Why do people hang bagua mirror when
they have trouble with their
neighbours?On 4/6/2011 8:19:48 PM, Cecil
Lee wrote:

On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM, Kalpana
Uzon
wrote:
Dear Cecil,Can I hand
Bagua
mirror
infront of my main door
then?Since the
neighbour next
door
is not so
friendly.Regards,Kal


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So, in that case, how should one deal with trouble neighbour in Fung Sway way?

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On 4/7/2011 11:05:16 AM, Anonymous wrote:
There are a few considerations:1. In
countries that have "street-smart"
Chinese especially in the Far East;
hanging a bagua could invariably lead to
a "ba gua war". Where one's neighbour
also hangs a ba gua. Get it?2.
Traditionally, a bagua is used
specifically for THREE major
reasons:-2.1. "Protection" again
spirits ... and not that silly kind of
protection relating to protection
against one's neighbours2.2. To
deflect poison arrows VIA a conVEX
mirror2.3. A conCAVE mirror can or
may be used to capture good scenery or
at a missing corner.Now, can you
honestly tell me: where the "crab" does
this silly idea of hanging bagua because
of trouble with neighbours flow in the
above.3. I know; even in my country;
there may be the rare few; but these are
the exceptions or the "low, low class"
or considered as such people around...
These are the people who most likely are
struggling with their lives; and for
some who says there is such thing as
"karma"; then; it may befall them.4. Why
go so low as to become one of these
"scumbags?". So does one think that if
there are lots of tailgaters in our
life; do you go and place a bagua mirror
at the rear of the vehicle?5.
Furthermore; another group of "scumbags"
are worst. These are the parasites of
Fung Sway. They are simply known as "The
Feng Shui Emporium" kind. These people
want to sell you nearly anything but
everything... GOT IT? GET IT? STILL WANT
IT?????????????THE MORALE OF THE STORY
CAN BE FOUND,
HERE:-http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum
/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26566&new=
On 4/7/2011 9:53:24 AM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote: >Love your cartoons! So, you
don't >suggest hanging bagua mirror
on my door. >Why do people hang bagua
mirror when >they have trouble with
their >neighbours?On 4/6/2011 8:19:48
PM, Cecil >Lee wrote: >>
On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM, Kalpana
Uzon >>wrote: >Dear
Cecil,Can I hand >Bagua
mirror >infront of my main
door >>then?Since the
neighbour next >door >>is
not so >friendly.Regards,Kal

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There are two components; here.


1. Earth luck or Feng Shui.


2. Human or Man luck.


Under Feng Shui; please note that it is not just above those ba gua mirrors, please. There are other theories. Clue: one theory has info about such thing as #5 and #3. Go find out what #3, is about......


Unbelievable that Feng Shui being a holistic approach can be misused or rather abused; to rely on a mirror??


The holistic approach even extends to Shapes and Forms and fixing the leak.


As mentioned, above, the other component is Human factors. This is not Fung Sway.


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On 4/11/2011 4:38:18 PM, Anonymous wrote:
So, in that case, how should one deal
with trouble neighbour in Fung Sway
way?On 4/7/2011 11:05:16 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
There are a few considerations:1. In
countries that have "street-smart"
Chinese especially in the Far East;
hanging a bagua could invariably
lead to
a "ba gua war". Where one's
neighbour
also hangs a ba gua. Get it?2.
Traditionally, a bagua is used
specifically for THREE major
reasons:-2.1.? "Protection"
again
spirits ... and not that silly kind
of
protection relating to protection
against one's neighbours2.2.?
To
deflect poison arrows VIA a conVEX
mirror2.3.? A conCAVE mirror
can or
may be used to capture good scenery
or
at a missing corner.Now, can you
honestly tell me: where the "crab"
does
this silly idea of hanging bagua
because
of trouble with neighbours flow in
the
above.3. I know; even in my country;
there may be the rare few; but these
are
the exceptions or the "low, low
class"
or considered as such people
around...
These are the people who most likely
are
struggling with their lives; and for
some who says there is such thing as
"karma"; then; it may befall them.4.
Why
go so low as to become one of these
"scumbags?". So does one think that
if
there are lots of tailgaters in our
life; do you go and place a bagua
mirror
at the rear of the vehicle?5.
Furthermore; another group of
"scumbags"
are worst. These are the parasites
of
Fung Sway. They are simply known as
"The
Feng Shui Emporium" kind. These
people
want to sell you nearly anything but
everything... GOT IT? GET IT? STILL
WANT
IT?????????????THE MORALE OF THE
STORY
CAN BE FOUND,
HERE:-http://forum.geomancy.net/phpf
orum
/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26566&
new=
On 4/7/2011 9:53:24 AM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote: >Love your cartoons! So,
you
don't >suggest hanging bagua
mirror
on my door. >Why do people hang
bagua
mirror when >they have trouble
with
their >neighbours?On 4/6/2011
8:19:48
PM, Cecil >Lee wrote: >>
On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM,
Kalpana
Uzon >>wrote: >Dear
Cecil,Can I hand >Bagua
mirror >infront of my
main
door >>then?Since the
neighbour next >door
is
not so >friendly.Regards,Kal


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Further to what I had mentioned; even within one school of Feng Shui; for example: Flying Star; besides; looking at #3 there is a need to look into other of it's sub-modules e.g. Eighty one combinations of the mountain and water stars to look for clashes relating to that issue u wrote.


In the past I elaborated; that Feng Shui and not the kindergarten type of Fung Sway; has different styles.


Kung Fu, also has many techniques and styles: tiger, crane, snake, monkey, etc etc.....


Quote
On 4/11/2011 5:59:02 PM, Anonymous wrote:
There are two components;
here.
1. Earth luck or Feng Shui.
2. Human or Man luck.
Under Feng Shui; please note
that it is not just above
those ba gua mirrors, please.
There are other theories.
Clue: one theory has info
about such thing as #5 and #3.
Go find out what #3, is
about......
Unbelievable that Feng Shui
being a holistic approach can
be misused or rather abused;
to rely on a mirror??
The holistic approach even
extends to Shapes and Forms
and fixing the leak.
As mentioned, above, the other
component is Human factors.
This is not Fung Sway.
On 4/11/2011 4:38:18 PM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote:
So, in that case, how should one deal
with trouble neighbour in Fung Sway
way?On 4/7/2011 11:05:16 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
There are a few considerations:1. In
countries that have "street-smart"
Chinese especially in the Far East;
hanging a bagua could invariably
lead to
a "ba gua war". Where one's
neighbour
also hangs a ba gua. Get it?2.
Traditionally, a bagua is used
specifically for THREE major
reasons:-2.1.? "Protection"
again
spirits ... and not that silly kind
of
protection relating to protection
against one's neighbours2.2.?
To
deflect poison arrows VIA a conVEX
mirror2.3.? A conCAVE mirror
can or
may be used to capture good scenery
or
at a missing corner.Now, can you
honestly tell me: where the "crab"
does
this silly idea of hanging bagua
because
of trouble with neighbours flow in
the
above.3. I know; even in my country;
there may be the rare few; but these
are
the exceptions or the "low, low
class"
or considered as such people
around...
These are the people who most likely
are
struggling with their lives; and for
some who says there is such thing as
"karma"; then; it may befall them.4.
Why
go so low as to become one of these
"scumbags?". So does one think that
if
there are lots of tailgaters in our
life; do you go and place a bagua
mirror
at the rear of the vehicle?5.
Furthermore; another group of
"scumbags"
are worst. These are the parasites
of
Fung Sway. They are simply known as
"The
Feng Shui Emporium" kind. These
people
want to sell you nearly anything but
everything... GOT IT? GET IT? STILL
WANT
IT?????????????THE MORALE OF THE
STORY
CAN BE FOUND,
HERE:-http://forum.geomancy.net/phpf
orum
/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26566&
new=
On 4/7/2011 9:53:24 AM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote: >Love your cartoons! So,
you
don't >suggest hanging bagua
mirror
on my door. >Why do people hang
bagua
mirror when >they have trouble
with
their >neighbours?On 4/6/2011
8:19:48
PM, Cecil >Lee wrote: >>
On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM,
Kalpana
Uzon >>wrote: >Dear
Cecil,Can I hand >Bagua
mirror >infront of my
main
door >>then?Since the
neighbour next >door
is
not so >friendly.Regards,Kal


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Please don't think of Feng Shui as monotone.
In fact, there are so many flavours of Feng Shui:-
http://www.geomancy.net/events/CDL_FS_Talk/talk_1_slide_19.htm

Unfortunately, many think that Feng Shui is Fung Sway and think in terms of the myopic tunnel. And it is also does not revolve around the ba gua mirror. Where some think that it is the mother of all cures. Furthermore, without the ba gua mirror is not like armageddon...

Quote
On 4/11/2011 6:15:25 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Further to what I had mentioned; even
within one school of Feng Shui; for
example: Flying Star; besides; looking
at #3?G there is a need to look
into other of it's sub-modules e.g.
Eighty one combinations of the mountain
and water stars to look for clashes
relating to that issue u wrote.
In the past I elaborated; that Feng Shui
and not the kindergarten type of Fung
Sway; has different styles.
Kung Fu, also has many techniques and
styles: tiger, crane, snake, monkey, etc
etc.....
On 4/11/2011 5:59:02 PM, Cecil Lee
wrote:
There are two components;
here.

1. Earth luck or Feng Shui.
2. Human or Man luck.

Under Feng Shui; please note
that it is not just above
those ba gua mirrors, please.
There are other theories.
Clue: one theory has info
about such thing as #5 and #3.
Go find out what #3, is
about......

Unbelievable that Feng Shui
being a holistic approach can
be misused or rather abused;
to rely on a mirror??
The holistic approach even
extends to Shapes and Forms
and fixing the leak.

As mentioned, above, the other
component is Human factors.
This is not Fung Sway.
On 4/11/2011 4:38:18 PM, Kalpana Uzon
wrote:
So, in that case, how should one deal
with trouble neighbour in Fung Sway
way?On 4/7/2011 11:05:16 AM, Cecil Lee
wrote:

There are a few considerations:1. In

countries that have "street-smart"

Chinese especially in the Far East;

hanging a bagua could invariably
lead to

a "ba gua war". Where one's
neighbour

also hangs a ba gua. Get it?2.

Traditionally, a bagua is used

specifically for THREE major

reasons:-2.1. "Protection"
again

spirits ... and not that silly kind
of

protection relating to protection

against one's neighbours2.2.
To

deflect poison arrows VIA a conVEX

mirror2.3. A conCAVE mirror
can or

may be used to capture good scenery
or

at a missing corner.Now, can you

honestly tell me: where the "crab"
does

this silly idea of hanging bagua
because

of trouble with neighbours flow in
the

above.3. I know; even in my country;

there may be the rare few; but these
are

the exceptions or the "low, low
class"

or considered as such people
around...

These are the people who most likely
are

struggling with their lives; and for

some who says there is such thing as

"karma"; then; it may befall them.4.
Why

go so low as to become one of these

"scumbags?". So does one think that
if

there are lots of tailgaters in our

life; do you go and place a bagua
mirror

at the rear of the vehicle?5.

Furthermore; another group of
"scumbags"

are worst. These are the parasites
of

Fung Sway. They are simply known as
"The

Feng Shui Emporium" kind. These
people

want to sell you nearly anything but

everything... GOT IT? GET IT? STILL
WANT

IT?????????????THE MORALE OF THE
STORY

CAN BE FOUND,

HERE:-http://forum.geomancy.net/phpf
orum

/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26566&
new=

On 4/7/2011 9:53:24 AM, Kalpana Uzon

wrote:
Love your cartoons! So,
you

don't
suggest hanging bagua
mirror

on my door.
Why do people hang
bagua

mirror when
they have trouble
with

their
neighbours?On 4/6/2011
8:19:48

PM, Cecil
Lee wrote:


On 4/6/2011 11:12:19 AM,
Kalpana

Uzon
wrote:
Dear

Cecil,Can I hand
Bagua

mirror
infront of my
main

door
then?Since the

neighbour next
door

is

not so
friendly.Regards,Kal


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Ba gua mirrors comes in all shapes and sizes.

This one looks complicated. But actually, ithe various outer yin-Yang symbols are pretty common. More decorative than function. Although it does have the 8 trigrams on it.

This mirror + protection yellow charm are placed above a HDB flat door in block 448 Yishun Ave 11. 

Just that this seller incorporates it into a huge ba gua mirror.

 

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I am of am European lineage with non-Chinese blood... 

Kidding me? Try to scare me with this? ... says Mr Dracula... LOL

 

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Mirror within the middle of the ba gua mirror some more? The only thing is that I am not visible through the mirror... 


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