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My toilet is in an auspicious location

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Hi. Thank you for this wonderful forum.
I have just finished reading some books, and so far, I have determined that my PakuaLoshu number is 9 because I was born in 1973, so my auspicious directions are N, E, SE and S. Is this correct?
Also, I understand that N is the career corner. Is this correct?
Recently, I signed a lease to rent a studio apartment. It is not very large -- about 500 sq feet, but has a kitchen section (W), shower/toilet (straddles NW/N), dressing area w/ built-in closets (N).
Firstly, can the 8 House theory be applied to such a small space?
If so, what can I do about my toilet? It is exactly in my Northern sector. I am afraid that it will flush away my career luck. I am very anxious because I am starting a new job.
Using 4 Pillars, I have determined that I am of the Earth element (birth date Nov 19, 1973), but the main door of my studio faces SE, which is Wood. What can I do about this? The main door is located in the South sector (even though it faces SE)
Last question: Does the Flying Star Theory take precedence over 4 Pillars and PakuaLoshu?
Thanks again for your time.
Keat Siang

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Dear Keat Siang,
I am glad you find this forum useful:)
-----Original Message-----
From: Listmanager
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Date: Monday, June 07, 1999 11:12 AM
Subject: My toilet is in an auspicious location

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From: "Keat-Siang Goh"
This message is sent from "eight-house" Mailing List.
Hi. Thank you for this wonderful forum.
I have just finished reading some books, and so far, I have determined that
my PakuaLoshu number is 9 because I was born in 1973, so my auspicious
directions are N, E, SE and S. Is this correct?


Yes, based on the Eight House Theory, (male) you are a " South House "
person and you have correctly mentioned that your auspicious locations are N
(Longevity), E (Prosperity), SE (Health) and South (your Excellent)
direction. For more information on the significance of each of the sectors
please go to http://www.geomancy.net/fs/goodbad.htm

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Also, I understand that N is the career corner. Is this correct?


This is based on the Eight Associations or Eight Aspirations or Life
Aspirations concept. It does not take into consideration a person's
individual Gua ( Kua) number.
I have mentioned in an earlier message that it would be best to use:-
1. Eight house theory to find the most suitable house or auspicious sitting
directions. Other than this, don't be mistaken and use the Eight House to do
`wonders' e.g. find a cure etc... The Eight House cannot be used to find
`cures' or enhancements.
2. Pillars of Destiny (Feng Shui portion) to find not only the person's
element but it's strength.
3. The Flying Star or birth chart of a house.
4. The Shapes and Form Feng Shui e.g. looking at the landscape, site and
home.
These four combined will provide one a set of powerful tools to find our
Heaven Luck (Pillars of Destiny) and the Eight House, Flying Star and
Shapes and Form to locate our (Earth Luck). The above is what Feng Shui can
do.
Like I mentioned in an earlier message, only if you have considered the
above, and are `Too Free' or have luxury of time, then do whatever you want
e.g. enhance your career luck e.g. North using the Eight Aspirations
Concept.
Why is the Eight Aspirations Concept so popular with Book Authors?
Unlike the Shapes and Form School of Feng Shui, which can be universally
applied, there are not much topics Book Authors can explain and apply to
everyone. So, what book authors do is to capitalize on General Feng Shui
principles (even though they are technically correct), found that the
easiest to `attract' continous purchase of books are to `glorify' the Eight
Aspirations with attractions of enhancing " Career ", romance etc...
Only when we begin to understand the above, can we now understand why so
many people are picking up such books, go out and purchase many wind chimes
etc... This may do more harm than good. (Search for " wind chimes " under
geomancy-forum.com and you will find the many " horror " stories abound !)
Let's put it this way, if something so general as to offer a `cure all' or
`enhancement' everyone by following the above would be very rich by now.
So, why some who have followed the above advise become worse off?
Let's look at another angle: Can something so general as " My career is at
North ", if I activate it (so does everyone else) will it lead to my career
rise? Something so general will not work for everyone. By chance, it may
work for some. Call it 50 - 50 Feng Shui or Fast Food Feng Shui.
What is true about toilet placement is that, I have also mentioned that in
earlier messages in this forum is that preferably it should not be at true
compass directions e.g. North, South, East, West and points like NE, SE,
SW and NW. The reason is that a toilet directly at these locations will
invariably be at one of the compass points of e.g. the Eight House theory or
the Flying Star Theory where compass directions are at 15 degree increments.
( A toilet e.g. " off " these points are best e.g. at 6 degrees
instead of at 0 degrees true North point).

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Recently, I signed a lease to rent a studio apartment. It is not very
large -- about 500 sq feet, but has a kitchen section (W), shower/toilet
(straddles NW/N), dressing area w/ built-in closets (N).
Firstly, can the 8 House theory be applied to such a small space?


Yes, the Eight House Theory can be applied to your small studio apartment.
However, the more significant influence for a small apartment is the Yin and
Yang Concept.
Why Yin and Yang Concept?
Depending on your lifestyle or or " perseved" lifestyle. If you are always
working outside and come home at night, then by then you should be tired and
need rest, so, create a more yin environment (cosy, conducive for rest).
If you are at home most of the time and you can create a balanced
environment. In the day time, if the studio apartment is too cosy, it may
encourage sleep or low activity, you can add more yang eg. a Hi fi set,
etc....

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If so, what can I do about my toilet? It is exactly in my Northern sector.
I am afraid that it will flush away my career luck. I am very anxious


because I am starting a new job.
Frankly, you can't do much here other than keep the toilet door closed most
of the time and keep the toilet airy and bright.

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Using 4 Pillars, I have determined that I am of the Earth element (birth
date Nov 19, 1973), but the main door of my studio faces SE, which is Wood.
What can I do about this? The main door is located in the South sector
(even though it faces SE)
You can't do much without knowing your element strength as strong or weak
can go `opposite ends' of the continuum like hot or cold. Best if you are
not sure, is to leave it as it is.
Last question: Does the Flying Star Theory take precedence over 4 Pillars
and PakuaLoshu?


Some Western Traditional Feng Shui Schools on the internet have either
modified the PakuaLoshu but this is wrong. It should not be modified in
anyway. Some even abandon the PakuaLoshu because they felt that this method
is `cheap' only meant for novice Feng Shui practioners.
Recently, many have questioned the judgement of some of these " Western
Tradtional Feng Shui Schools " as to why they abandon the PakuaLoshu. I
think there is still no satisfactory reply. Some of these schools also tried
out their modified versions and some even tried to use the PaluaLoshu and
look at `enhancements' and cures.
Here at Geomancy.net, having studied all forms of traditional Feng Shui both
the `Western' and the Eastern Schools believe that because English is
prevalent in the Internet, many have not heard the `other side' the Eastern
Schools which practise widely the PakuaLoshu. These include many powerful
Feng Shui Masters. If you pick up any Feng Shui books written in Mandarin
you will understand the extend of how widely the PakuaLoshu is being used.
The fact is that The PakuaLoshu and the Flying Star originates from the same
Compass Schools!
Therefore to answer your question, each has its specific use!
1. The Eight house is to look at personal directions and `suitability' of a
house to the person.
2. The Flying Star looks at the birth chart of the house.
Can one be separated from the other? No. Some Western Traditional Feng
Shui Schools ` talk ' all day and night , eat and drink only the Flying
Star. But do they know that what is the use of just looking at the birth
chart of a house without linking this to a person?
The house can be a picture perfect house but if it does not match the owner,
what is the use?
Therefore, sorry about this lengthly message. I want to stress the point is
that don't ever look at things narrowly. The larger the picture the better.
This is why, my aim is to let everyone see the good in each of the various
Feng Shui principles or practises.
Here, I let you decide for yourself, if you want to be narrow minded or
enrich yourself with as many good Feng Shui principles. Most of all you must
know the good of each or their limitations.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net-->

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