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Hi
I was told that we should sleep with our head on the opposite direction of our 'good' fengshui position as when we get up, that will make us face the 'good' position (ie our feet will be pointing at our good position instead). Eg if my good position is SW, then my head should be at NE when I sleep so my feet will be pointing SW thus i will face my good position when i get up... Is this true?
Thanks

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If one sits on the bed to work or see TV for quite a while and if a geomancer imagines that the same person also sleep not quite flat but like in attachment; who would "dare" to say that he (that geomancer) is wrong?


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1. Frankly, in my opinion, it depends on one's argument(s) - if any.
2. Traditionally, it is considered that when we sleep our head should face the auspicious direction.
3. Nowadays, especially some beds e.g. hospital type of bed (don't get me wrong, not that one has to go to the hospital). Here the "hospital" type of bed can tilt to a more "upright" position. Please see sample attached rough sketch.
4. Some geomancers would say that if for e.g. if you sit-upright and if your face is always facing the good direction; then you can argue that thus one should face a good direction (most of the time) if one works from the bed.
5. There is another consideration. Which I had brought up in some of the past forum messages.
5.1. Actually, in theory, Feng Shui has two aspects: YIN Feng Shui (for the dead) and YANG Feng Shui for the living.
5.2. In theory, and for Yang Feng Shui, if one is suppose to spent e.g. around 8 hours or more lying or hugging the bed in a close to parallel level; then head should face the auspicious direction (if possible).
5.3. In the past, I had mentioned in past forum messages on the application of the Eight House to the dead (Yin Feng Shui). Perhaps, some geomancers may have misread or confused with the application to what they thought was Yang Feng Shui but based on Yin Feng Shui principles.
6.2. Thus one may argue until the cows come home ... and slaughtered for their beef... and the argument will go on and on...

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On 8/15/2014 9:54:51 PM, Anonymous wrote:
HiI was told that we
should sleep with our head on
the opposite direction of our
'good' fengshui position as
when we get up, that will make
us face the 'good' position
(ie our feet will be pointing
at our good position instead).
Eg if my good position is SW,
then my head should be at NE
when I sleep so my feet will
be pointing SW thus i will
face my good position when i
get up... Is this
true?Thanks


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Please see attachment chart:
1. The chart shows that Eight House concept can be applied to either Yang (living) or Yin (dead - burial - coffin direction) Feng Shui.
2. Within Yang Feng Shui: it can be split into two camps:
2.1. The go by the book practitioners. Who feels comfortable quoting traditional texts on what is the (conservative) position of : Heads not feet.Hey! If you lie down nearly flat on the bed (other than a head-pillow)... and if your face face towards the sky; how to consider "feet" -first?
2.2. There are those more creative practitioners who may visualise that if one sits up-right on a bed or close to this position: they consider "feet" first. "I seen this person sitting up seeing the TV. If so, must be feet first!" But oops! The other part "I failed to see is when he/she sleeps close to 8 hours lying close to flat on the bed..."
3. There are another group of practitioners who may have accidentally got hold of text on Yin Feng Shui. Either the book or text did not specify clearly that it is for the dead or the person reading it up did not pay attention to this factor. And applies Yin Feng Shui to Yang Feng Shui. If so, your guess is as good as mine: #@)!@(@(#!_!_@@#)!!!
4. As I mentioned in the earlier, thread; so long as one JUSTIFIES or sounds reasonable in their thought process or explanations; we could make our own judgement. There is thus no ONE correct answer, here.

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On 8/16/2014 12:08:01 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Frankly, in my opinion, it depends on
one's argument(s) - if any.2.
Traditionally, it is considered that
when we sleep our head should face the
auspicious direction.3. Nowadays,
especially some beds e.g. hospital type
of bed (don't get me wrong, not that one
has to go to the hospital). Here the
"hospital" type of bed can tilt to a
more "upright" position. Please see
sample attached rough sketch.4. Some
geomancers would say that if for e.g. if
you sit-upright and if your face is
always facing the good direction; then
you can argue that thus one should face
a good direction (most of the time) if
one works from the bed.5. There is
another consideration. Which I had
brought up in some of the past forum
messages.5.1. Actually, in theory, Feng
Shui has two aspects: YIN Feng Shui (for
the dead) and YANG Feng Shui for the
living.5.2. In theory, and for Yang Feng
Shui, if one is suppose to spent e.g.
around 8 hours or more lying or hugging
the bed in a close to parallel level;
then head should face the auspicious
direction (if possible).5.3. In the
past, I had mentioned in past forum
messages on the application of the Eight
House to the dead (Yin Feng Shui).
Perhaps, some geomancers may have
misread or confused with the application
to what they thought was Yang Feng Shui
but based on Yin Feng Shui
principles.6.2. Thus one may argue until
the cows come home ... and slaughtered
for their beef... and the argument will
go on and on...On 8/15/2014 9:54:51 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
HiI was told that we
should sleep with our head on
the opposite direction of our
'good' fengshui position as
when we get up, that will make
us face the 'good' position
(ie our feet will be pointing
at our good position instead).
Eg if my good position is SW,
then my head should be at NE
when I sleep so my feet will
be pointing SW thus i will
face my good position when i
get up... Is this
true?Thanks


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