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Case Study: You have your own favourable and unfavourable colours. But sometimes, what is unfavourable to you, can be favourable for the house.

For example, although green (wood element) is unfavourable to you. Your living room or a son's room can be suitable for green.

Common sense says that you are not a fixed object in a room or occupy your son's bedroom. Nor are you fixed at the living room where it may need green.

It is different if you are nailed 24/7 to the living room floor. This is one of the premise not to be too concerned with colour associations at these places.

Of course, if your favourable colours are say blue, black or grey, then one might (where possible) wear more of these favourable elements.

1. Flow Chart of a Practical Approach to Feng Shui Today.

1.1. The Sample Page 1 of 3 incorporates all of these:-


2. Page 1 of 3 of a standard Full Audit Professional Feng Shui report by Geomancy.net

2.1. These charts are no accident. For each full audit, it takes as much as 5 hours to prepare reports, study / analyse and prepare detailed charts. Where at one glance, all the Feng Shui concepts and theories are combined together.


3. You wrote: "Hi, from my bazi analysis, red, green and brown colors are considered unfavorable for me and I was advised to avoid these colours in clothing and bedroom deco"

3.1. In the example below, it is not about You only. For married couples as should in this example, the binding element for this couple are Earth and Metal element. 
While their daughter also has her own specific colours which are applied in Page 1 of 3.


3.3. Hence, so what even if your favourable colours suit you. But the house also has it's birth chart (a birthday) and it's best colours also has to be considered:-

3.4 (Below) Plotting all family member's individual ba zi. And for married couples, looking at their Binding Element. To see if it can be applied to most areas of the home where they own. Especially the living room and master bedroom:-


3.5. Below: Cannot depend on an individual's ba zi colours. For example at SW sector, there is a Flying Star Water Star #3 = quarrels, conflicts and legal entanglements.

3.5.1. If say an individual best colour is wood, but based on the above, this sector cannot accept green or plants.

3.5.2 This has to be factored into the equation or sector. Not just because an individual is suitable to plants, one can place it anywhere in that house. LOL.


At SW? Not advisable....



3.6. (Below) So what if for example my favourite element is Earth?

3.6.1. Even if the individual or combined husband and wife's best element colour is Earth (Yellow).

3.6.2. One has to look at the Flying Star chart e.g. Living Room = West to see if Earth such as Bright Yellow can be used or not.

3.6.3. In this example, the Living Room happens to have a nasty #5 (strong earth element) misfortune/sickness "strong earth element".

3.6.4. Thus, best to avoid Yellow at this area.


4. (Below) Applying Eight House Concept: No accident of who sleeps where:-

Application of the Eight House determines who sleep where. For this example, Mr should sleep closer to the window. As the qi flowing into the unit from North favours more for Mr = his excellent. While for Mrs, she should sleep closer to NE which is her excellent sector:-


5. If you are a married person, under Page 2 of 3, the binding elements of both partners are Earth and Metal element and this is considered in relation to the Flying Star Feng Shui of Mountain Star #4 vs Water Star #6 as shown in the circle numbers.

 6. (Below) Part 3 of 3: Reference Five Elements shape and colour chart)


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net
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