In Feng Shui, many a times the best way for a house to have good Feng shui is to tap the best energy or Qi. However, most of the time, when we buy a house or property, we will never be having the best formation and hence some corrections are usually needed to achieve better Feng Shui.
This is the reason also why the best time to engage Feng Shui consultant is before buying a house or as second choice would be before the move in.
After you have decided to when to move in or start a renovation, a good date is required and to be selected by a qualified Feng Shui Consultant or Master. I cannot stress the importance of selecting a good date simply because it makes a huge difference.
Just today itself, as we were erecting a new door for a client, the date was selected 2 months ago and really there are many good things that I cannot explain and perhaps you may want to reduce it to as ‘just coincidence’. Here is how it went…
The last week or so has been consistently a raining hour in the afternoon but today it was windy and cool weather which helps me to pull through this job with little sweat!.
Then while my client and myself were chatting, we over heard the contractor telling his buddy that he was surprised that he did so many things correct the first time! Like it’s done in a breeze.
My client grin at me, “must be the good date!”. This is just one of the many experiences.
In selecting good dates, usually there are few date selection methods, namely the usual ones such as 12 Officer method which is usually found in Tong Shu, The Dong Gong method, the Xuan Kong Da Gua, the Qi Men Dun Jia, the Bazi method, The Great Sun Formula and etc.
Even within the Xuan Kong Da Gua method, depending which school the consultant comes from can be different as well.
A good date selection method has to consider the 3 factors of Heaven, Earth and Man. Some of the methods mentioned above lacks one of the mentioned factors.
Using the correct method and technique will only yield consistent good dates. Of course you will need the patience to wait for a good one!