Xuan kong da gua feng shui
XKDG belongs to the San Yuan 三元 school of Feng Shui. Its based on the 64 hexagram of Shao Yung's Square Circle Diagram. Its a unique system of capturing the Time factor which is the back end of San Yuan System. Each of the 64 hexagram has 6 division and this gives 384 divisions. So you can imagine each division gives you 0.9375 degrees.
Depending on what one wants and also the available formations, we can set our water feature, doors etc accordingly.
It is a system widely practised by Jiang Da Hong and written in the classics such as Di Li Bian Zhen and Ping Sha Yu Che etc..
Thus it is believed why Qing Dynasty was able to produced better Emperors than Ming Dynasty and was the longest dynasty of China.
The benefit of knowing XKDG is to another level of fine tuning within the San Yuan system. Sometimes the macro feng shui (such as flying star feng shui) is not possible to do it thus we can use XKDG to add another level of application of refinement. Since it is a San Yuan system which is the same family of Flying Star system, this combination is seamless & compatible.
Another example, we can reduce certain bad sectors with the correct selection of Gua (Trigram) to set the door. Master Alan has used this successfully when the external conditions was afflicted with bad energies. This cause the bad effects to be minimized so the good effects may manifest faster.
(Actual Water Feature Set back in 2014 and picture taken in 2017. The results has been good. )
This method can be applied in both Yin and Yang Zhai Feng Shui.
Xuan Kong Da Gua Syllabus Outline
Day 1 - Basic Foundation
Setting up the 64 Hexagram
Day 2 - Formulas
Year of Happening
Out of Gua or Missing Gua
Kinship in 64 Hexagram
River East and River West formula & application.
Day 3 - More Formulas
Special XKDG Formations
Zhen - Ling Shen in XKDG
Fan - Fu Yin in XKDG
XKDG Luopan Rings Explanation
Day 4 - Practical Application
Examples ofYin and Yang Zhai
Once I read a Feng Shui book written by a world's foremost authority in Chinese Metaphysics, which says "A tilted Main Door is essentially like a slanted mouth on a face and is not desirable...Most of the time, door tilting is the absolute last resort utilised by a Feng Shui master in extremely dire situations and circumstances. You should be extremely careful of any property where the door has been tilted, especially if the tilting is for Feng Shui reasons."
Xuan Kong Da Gua course is a 4 days intensive course. Master Alan taught the course in a very structured way and easy for the students to understand.
The last day of the course involved in site application and case study. We have better understanding on how this knowledge applied to the building and etc.
Great course to pursue. Very thank you to Master Alan. -- Sam
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