Case Study, Mall Feng Shui

Follow The Period

Recently I just read about Plaza OUG is going to make way for new development that triggers my thoughts about what some masters were saying that if you want to have good Feng Shui, you need to be in the current Period, which the Period of 8 as of now.

Atria Mall, Damansara

This mall too has a bit of history although I do not have the insider news, I just comment from what we know and observe. Observation over a period of time will give us some realistic sense of what is going on in any premises.

This mall was built in the Period of 7 time which was in the mid 80’s and this was before the One Utama even existed. I was told by many, this mall wasn’t that a popular mall except the first few years. It could not take on the competition from nearby newer malls despite it’s “pioneer status”. Over the years the anchor tenants also changed quite a couple of times.

In 2007, Lien Hoe sold the mall to OSK Property Holdings and they mooted the idea to rebuilt to give it a grander look or to brand it into an upmarket retail mall. It will also be expanded and will have more retail floor space.

Period Eight : 2004 – 2023

By 2012, during the Period of 8, the mall was re-construction had began and by 2015, which is still Period of 8, Atria mall had reopened it’s door to customers.

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Exposing the Myth of Flying Star: Tilted Doors

Many are trying to find out if tilted door makes sense or does it really works in Flying Star Feng Shui.

The Myth: Some say it is Xuan Kong Da Gua (XKDG) method of tilting door and some will be confused when the door is tilted a lot because to their understanding that XKDG is not for tilting too much.

The others observed that some are doing well while some are not with tilted door. There was a old posting on tilted door that did not do well.

Then there are some who remarked “…… especially to those who believe the facing is more important to sitting and/or believe that the door facing constitute the facing of the house/property, rather than the most yang side, facing open spaces, etc……” and also .”…. whole tilting the door comes from trying to manipulate the facing (am I right?) and I’m not sure we can really do that…” I am concerned as there are much confusion out there.

Then there are also a famous master who claims tilting doors creates corner sha.

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Feng Shui, Case Study, Consultancy

Robbed

Most business do not use real Feng shui. Some of them do use Feng Shui but as we all know there are many types of Feng shui practices and most of them are quite different from each other.

When a business gets enough bad energy, very soon problems will happen but just a matter of when!. Here is a real case that actually happened in Subang, Selangor, Malaysia.

We went on site to investigate the said store and mapped out the energy chart based on the direction, timing and the land formations. We will not elaborate more on the technicalities but I am sure some of you may know some basic Flying Star should be able to get an idea.

BASE CHART with Annual and Month stars aligned….

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Case Study, Feng Shui

Feng Shui Is Not Dependent On Our Believe

We submitted this report (excerpt) to the Head quarter office on 16 March 2020, 2 days before Malaysia’s first MCO due to Covid-19. Of course the business has not been well for a while and Master Alan was asked to go to the site office down south in to check it out.

Yesterday the boss decided to close operations. When I asked further, they did nothing since the day they received this report!


May be an image of text that says "Current office location is not located in the a good Feng Shui position. As a result of this since the usage of this container office about a year ago, things will likely notgo not smoothly or faces workers, quality, material or production problems. In fact may resultin loss of money too both this year and last year."

The site staffs there was reluctant to change the cabin office by giving many excuses why it is difficult to execute it. It is understandable since they do not believe in Feng Shui. They felt Feng Shui is just another hocus pocus thing. They believed in their own effort alone will revive the business there….

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Case Study

Kek Lok Si Temple On Fire

It is good to note that from last year’s prediction Covid is showing signs of reduction especially in Malaysia and I believe in the year of the Water Tiger 壬寅, the pandemic will be over or reduced in a greater scale. This year I won’t be doing much of a prediction since there are many famous masters who will do it, if they still doing it.

After another year of Covid pandemic, its December again. This pandemic has changed the lives of many people and even temples are not spared. Let me pen down another important event that happened in the blog that also serves as my own personal journal.

Kek Lok Si temple is a place in me simply because of many historical linkages to this temple. Memories from my childhood and now a link to the lineage where I traced the roots of my grandmaster, 演本法師.

One of Malaysia famous and old temple Kek Lok Si was reported to have been burned on the 12th October 2021 (Gui Si Day) in the early hours of 2:56 AM. 2:56 am is the hour of Chou, 丑 in Chinese calendar.

The section that got burned was the oldest part of the temple which was built in 1891 which is already 116 years old.

Many schools of Feng Shui have claimed that this Temple was done by their line of Feng Shui and so be it. However I have doctrine from my Grand Master’s diary how he had applied Xuan Kong Flying Star to save the temple from financial woes back in the 1920’s. It is indeed an eye opening piece of history that not many know.

Fast forward to 2021, whilst we are facing a pandemic, the news one of the shrine was burned shocked me. As we are still in a lock down during that time, I could not go to Penang to have a look so I have to ask a friend’s favour to do it for me.

It came back that my guess was right that the burned building must be facing the Air Itam down or have facing towards North East.

Now on 30 November, when I am able to visit the temple and true it was the old temple facing North East that caught fire. My guess was correct because only with such star patterns that could trigger such events.

The burned shrine was quite quickly restored with the help of many volunteers. The Buddha statue was not burned but only the outer casing was. Nonetheless, it was a good blessing.

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Case Study, Feng Shui, Flying Star Feng Shui, Mall Feng Shui

San Yuan And San He Case Study

San Yuan 三元 and San He 三合 system of Feng Shui differs in many aspects as they use different formula founded on different theories.

It is not always the 2 system will concur in every case. Listen to this real case of a mall in Malaysia where Master will explain how the two system is being applied in a real life example.

As a Feng Shui Consultant which system will you choose to improve the outcome of this mall?

Case Study

Real Feng Shui Case – Green Dragon Overrun

Here is a video of a real case told to master by the owner of this house how he started and ended up in this situation. Listen and learn something from his experience.

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Business Feng Shui 3

Here is the REAL story of how Feng shui wrongly done can affect your business negatively.

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Case Study, General

Case of The Li Family Ancestral Hall

This is a case shared by a San He master, Wu Yi Mi from China. Very good video and well narrated in both Chinese (Cantonese) and has English subtitle. Here is the video he made and commented. Very generous of him indeed spending his time and money into making this for everyone to learn and see.

I will not narrate more on the history and background of this ancestral hall but rather comment on the Flying Star Feng Shui point of view on this ancestral hall done by a very famous master Lai Bu Yi back in the Southern Song dynasty Era.


Flying Star Feng Shui System – A San Yuan Prodigy

Over the years I have written numerous articles on Flying star a system which I am well versed in. Unfortunately for various reasons, F star has been also criticized. Partly was due to commercial reasons and partly due to poor understanding and depth in this system.

A Point Worth Mentioning

The water flow direction is important in San He water methods. He observed that sometimes the flow seems to be from left to right while other times right to left thus using this method will have limitations.

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Bazi, Case Study, Feng Shui

Flying Star With Bazi

Today I would like to share a real story about this person Tin Ka ping 田家炳. Who is Tin Ka Ping?.

Tin Ka Ping GBM MBE (Chinese: 田家炳; 20 November 1919 – 10 July 2018), also known as K. P. Tin or Tian Jiabing, was a Hong Kong–Chinese businessman and philanthropist. He was the founder and chairman of Tin’s Chemical Industrial Company and the Tin Ka Ping Foundation. Tin donated billions of Hong Kong dollars and funded hundreds of schools, dozens of hospitals, and thousands of rural libraries throughout China. He was awarded numerous honours for his philanthropy, including the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II, the Grand Bauhinia Medal by the Hong Kong government, a Gold Plate on Contribution to Public Welfare by President Lee Teng-hui of Taiwan, honorary citizenships by more than 80 cities, and honorary doctorate degrees by over ten universities. Chinese astronomers named the asteroid 2886 Tinkaping after him, and his childhood home in Dabu County is protected as a heritage site. (Reference: Wikipedia)

How Has Feng Shui Affected his life journey for as long he stayed there? So before we talk further lets, understand a little more of his life’s journey.

Tin Ka Ping was born in 1919 in the Hakka community of Dabu County, Meizhou, Guangdong Province. His grandfather was a Qing dynasty official who served in Henan Province and fought against the Taiping Rebellion. He was the only son of his father, a businessman who ran a grocery store and a kiln. When his father died in 1935, Tin was forced to quit school at the age of 15 to run the family business.[2][3] He went to Vietnam in 1937 to export the porcelain clay which Dabu is famous for, and soon controlled 60% of Dabu’s export business.[2] However, the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out, and in June 1939 the Imperial Japanese Army occupied Shantou, the main port in eastern Guangdong, blocking the export route from Dabu.[2] Tin moved to Indonesia in 1939 to join his cousin and helped run the latter’s metal factory. After the Surrender of Japan in 1945, he founded a factory in Jakarta to process the abundant supply of local rubber, and later expanded the business with a second factory. In 1956, he started the first plastic film factory in Indonesia.[2] Because of government policies that discriminated against Chinese Indonesians, in 1959 he left Indonesia for Hong Kong.[3] He built a factory in Tuen Mun District making plastics and artificial leather, and his Tin’s Chemical Industrial Company became a leader in Hong Kong’s chemical industry.

His major change was between 1937-1939, 1940-1959, 1960 >

Feng Shui Of Ancestral House

Since I am only expert in Flying Star Feng Shui System, I will show you the flying star chart of this building built in 1881.

This house sits Bing 丙 faces Ren 壬 has a winding road in front and making a turn just right in front of his house. Then there is a stream as well as the Han River flowing from left to right. The entrance to the house is located on the white tiger side of the house thus making the White tiger side shorter than the Green Dragon side.

Naturally I believe that his grand father was a Qing Minister surely he would have engaged a Feng Shui master to feng shui the house for his retirement. What ever method the Feng Shui master has used, I would not know but from what I am the expert at, clearly it is considered good Feng Shui house.

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