Tilted Door

For a long time most Feng Shui celebrity masters says that a tilted door is akin to a crooked mouth. Its ugly and creates sharp edge sha 煞 and many others sha (destructive) forms. It goes on to say that it is the last desperate move to restore the feng shui. How true is this?

The Tilted Door a.k.a. Crooked Mouth

A door is tilted or being re-angled to achieve certain feng shui criteria for the purpose of restoring the feng shui of a property. The reason we do a tilted door is all for the feng shui reasons to draw in auspicious energy. The primary objective is to draw good or auspicious energy for the premise. At the same time there are many other schools that tilt doors in accordance to their school of thoughts. Thus one has to understand that not only the San Yuan Schools does tilted doors but other schools as well. San He boys does that often too.

Each and every school angles the doors according to their own theories. I have seen how a Bazi Feng Shui practitioner angle the door to fulfill his own theory. So you see, tilting door or angling the doors is no big deal. However one must be sure what is one doing! The effects can be catastrophic if done wrongly.
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The Art of Door Tilting

I was at an Apartment recently after receiving a call from a client. As I reach the apartment I saw the door was at an angle or Tilted.

I continued with the Feng Shui Consultation. So I asked the owner when he engaged the Feng Shui consultant to audit his house. He told me was back in 2008. Thus I said to him, I doubt there are much changes after the audit. He reluctantly agreed with me. Then I further said, in fact the problem would have persisted. Again he agreed with me.

Hyatt Singapore

Hyatt Hotel Singapore 2016

Door Tilting

Door Tilting That Did Not Produced Results

Today door tilting seems to be fashion ever since Venerable Hong Chuan did the Hyatt Hotel way back in 1973. Master Hong Chuan did a door tilt which resulted in the improvement of the hotel’s occupancy rate. So now every school from the San He boys, to the 8 Mansion practitioners, the Xuan Kong Da Gua guys are all doing it according to their theory. That’s fine if they get it right & backed by proven theories and practices.

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Feng Shui Review – Bangsar Village 2

Dug out an old article written one half year ago…

Adjacent to its older sister Bangsar Village 1, BV 2 is the slightly newer addition to the Bangsar shopping scene. The shopping centre  opened its doors in January 2007-houses less common designer brands and inherently quirky eateries and cafes.

Visibly outstanding is Delicious café with its hanging white bird cages, located at the corner of the shopping centre with a street-view of Jalan Telawi. Spanish high street label Zara has a store here for women and there is a smaller version of the massive bookstore Borders, called Borders Express. BV 2 has a Celebrity Fitness outlet for adults and a Kizsports & Gym for the young ones. The latter has a rooster of programs that combines education with fun and fitness to aid children’s learning.

bangsar village 1

For a high end shopping center it has to compete with The Gardens, Star Hill, KLCC and Pavillion, just to mention a few. So human traffic is not the main factor for profit due to the higher margin. With good human traffic, for sure the profit will be generous.

Any mall I guess Human Traffic is one of the Key Success Factor if not the deciding factor.

What caught my attention is the doors of BV2 are tilted doors. Many school profess that they know the secret of Door Tilting so let’s investigate why the original Master have done this and how was the effect for this mall that has been opened for 5 plus years.

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Feng Shui of Hyatt Hotel Singapore…Controversies or Confusion ?

As I prepare for the upcoming course in Kuala Lumpur, I came across some case studies that I suddenly thought of the Hyatt Singapore.

Many feng shui articles had been written about this Famous Hotel in Singapore in Scott/Orchard Road. Why this hotel shot to fame in the feng shui domain?

It all started by one of our Grand Master Hong Chuan who corrected the Feng Shui of this hotel and resulted in business growth after the audit. You can read more about this in internet.

But what prompted me to write about it now? I have read just too many comments about the feng shui of Hyatt and while today my aim is not to explain the feng shui of Hyatt, I just want to make corrections to a few vastly mistaken facts about feng shui and methods know only to our lineage, the Wu Chang lineage and not as what was written by those who do not belong to our lineage.

Seriously, you cannot comment on something you don’t know and I feel this is irresponsible when they try to downplay  Grand Master’s work.

Here I shall quote several statements and my comments on it.

Many say it is Castle Gate theory as done by Master Hong Chuan. This is not true. This is a method called Door Tilting but not many knows how it works actually though many practitioner tries to use it. And that is not my slipper.

Some even say it is from the San He 5 Ghost carry Treasure. Master Hong Chuan is San Yuan practitioner as his master is Master Yen Pen who did all the cases in the classic book of Er Zhai Shi Yan and Zhai Yun Xin An. Undoubtly, many master has this book in their homes but how many can fully interpret it? But still it is grand to have this book on the shelf!

Master Yen Pen is the student of Tan Yang Wu, our Great Grand Master from the Wu Chang Sect. How can someone just twist facts just to get fame and students!!! Wu Chang belongs to San Yuan School and this is clear!!!

Another author was saying that the original door was facing straight out to the road and that the reception desk was looking out directly to the road and cause wealth to leak out. Obviously, this person does not practice Flying Star Feng Shui. Jiang Da Hong said in the book Ba Zhai Tian Yuan Fu, ‘…to truly understand the 8 houses, you must understand the 9 numbers in the 9 palaces’.

Then a famous master from Hong Kong gave his diagnosis that the poor business was caused by bad Water star 8 at the door and Water 7 was trapped in the center. He then said that Master Hong Chuan tilted so the business is good during Period 7 and 8.  This is again not true. First, he does not understand the rule of the 3 & 5 auspicious in the Wu Chang lineage. Secondly, Master Hong Chuan had advice that by 1984 the feng shui has to corrected again.! This is already a great tip if you truly understand the Art of Door Tilting.

So the guesses goes on…right to even Xuan Kong Da Gua! Speculation after speculation.

To me it is more of a coincidence than real application that someone get good results unless he knows the Art of Door Tilting.

The saying that goes “The Pen is Mightier Than the Sword” is very true. Facts can be just twisted with a stroke of the pen. Generations down the road will learn all the wrong things and twisted history.