How to counteract Poisoned Arrows Poisoned (pointed) arrow Chi current are those currents or things around you with pointed edges of objects that are facing you. This poison arrow is something that one must avoid at all cost.

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Poisoned (pointed) arrow Chi current are those currents or things around you with pointed edges of objects that are facing you. Like a straight road, buildings, or anything that is directed at you in a straight line. This poison arrow is something that one must avoid at all cost.

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In Feng Shui there are four animals to represent our surroundings. The Black Turtle which is said to be the Mountain at the North. The Crimson Bird are the lower lands of the South (could also represent a watercourse). The Heaven-Blue Dragon of the East, are also the high lands to the left. And the White Tiger of the West which are the long low lands to the right. The ideal in Feng Shui is to find a home protected by the mountains behind you.

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The five manifestations of Chi here on earth are Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. These five energies interact with one another, sometimes working together, other times opposing one another. Each element has a season, direction, color, number, and a trigram. The earth is placed at the center (late summer, northeast, southwest, wet, brown, yellow, 2,5,8), fire is at the south (summer, heat, red, purple, 9), west is metal (autumn, west, northwest, dry, white, silver, gold, 6,7), north is water (winter, cold, black, blue, 1), and wood is east (spring, east, southeast, wind, green, 3,4). Fire is the mother of ashes (earth), earth is the mother of metal, metal is the mother of water, and water is the mother of wood or trees. As the wood dries, it becomes the mother to fire. In Feng Shui, elements battle other element: thus, according to Feng Shui, fire battles with metal and thus transforms metal, metal transforms trees, it cuts them down, trees controls the earth, the earth controls the water, and water battles with fire. Now the wheel goes the opposite direction. Fire burns wood. Wood absorbs water. Water corrodes metal. Metal moves earth. Earth reduces fire. This is called the weakening cycle. All of this emphasis on controlling and weakening and so forth is to create balance.

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Poisoned (pointed) arrow Chi current are those currents or things around you with pointed edges of objects that are facing you. Like a straight road, buildings, or anything that is directed at you in a straight line. This poison arrow is something that one must avoid at all cost.

82 views · Jun 9th

In Feng Shui there are four animals to represent our surroundings. The Black Turtle which is said to be the Mountain at the North. The Crimson Bird are the lower lands of the South (could also represent a watercourse). The Heaven-Blue Dragon of the East, are also the high lands to the left. And the White Tiger of the West which are the long low lands to the right. The ideal in Feng Shui is to find a home protected by the mountains behind you.

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The five manifestations of Chi here on earth are Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. These five energies interact with one another, sometimes working together, other times opposing one another. Each element has a season, direction, color, number, and a trigram. The earth is placed at the center (late summer, northeast, southwest, wet, brown, yellow, 2,5,8), fire is at the south (summer, heat, red, purple, 9), west is metal (autumn, west, northwest, dry, white, silver, gold, 6,7), north is water (winter, cold, black, blue, 1), and wood is east (spring, east, southeast, wind, green, 3,4). Fire is the mother of ashes (earth), earth is the mother of metal, metal is the mother of water, and water is the mother of wood or trees. As the wood dries, it becomes the mother to fire. In Feng Shui, elements battle other element: thus, according to Feng Shui, fire battles with metal and thus transforms metal, metal transforms trees, it cuts them down, trees controls the earth, the earth controls the water, and water battles with fire. Now the wheel goes the opposite direction. Fire burns wood. Wood absorbs water. Water corrodes metal. Metal moves earth. Earth reduces fire. This is called the weakening cycle. All of this emphasis on controlling and weakening and so forth is to create balance.

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