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Many readers have plans more complex than just a simple rectangle. Today, let’s see how you can place the Feng Shui Magic Square (grid) onto a “L” shaped plan following the Black Hat Feng Shui School principles. For the Black Hat school, your front door corresponds to the Chi Kou (mouth of the Chi) – no matter where you are in the world, your organs will always be placed at the same spot inside your body – hence why for the Black Hat placement the Chi Kou = your entry will always be in one of the 8 – 1 – 6 areas.
How to proceed and place the Ba Gua or Magic Square grid can be found in my E-book “Your First Easy Steps to Feng Shui” an easy to follow book filled with plenty of examples and tips.
This unit has 2 grids, the red one is the first one where Chi reaches. It is the principal grid. Second grid is the orange grid. Thus you have here 2 possibilities to adjust Feng Shui around your home, this is great!
Balconies are not included as they are outside the unit walls. They can be considered like your jacket pocket and can contain lots of interesting goodies 😉 … likewise on our balconies, we can add flowers and keep our entertaining areas clean and neat which all will contribute to activate Chi.
Feng Shui Yours,
International Feng Shui Master & Author
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