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Clocks in Feng Shui.

Tuesday, 5 June 2007
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Clocks can be used to blocks, nuetralizes and fights off killing qi and to cure illness. Different materials and shapes have different effects.

Blocks and nuetralize killing qi "sha". This type of killing qi include sharp edges, eletrical poles, and from construction nearby. Octagonal clock is particular powerful in curing this type of sha.

Fighting killing qi "sha". BaGua clock works like the bagua which can fights off incoming killing qi "sha". However, I do not encourage battling off killing qi because under normal circumstances it is very normal that this will create more killing qi. I always emphasis instead countering the killing qi try to neutralise them by using plants.

Curing illness Mechanical clock can be use to neutralise the Fatal illness 大病位 star 5 and Sickness 小病位 star 2.

Type of clocks

1. Round shape and white, gold, silver color clocks represent metal and belong to West and North West.

2. Rectangular shape, green in color represent wood and belong to East and South East.

3. Wavy shape, blue, black and grey represent Water and belong to the North.

4. Sharp in shape, color in red, orange, purple or eletrical clocks represent Fire and belong to the South.

5. Square in shape, milky, yellow and brown in color represent earth and belong to North East and South West. Clocks made from rock belongs to this group.

Having the correct type of clocks at the correct sectors will enhance that particular element's qi. But remember not to enhance inauspisious sector for the particular year or month. Take an example. If you were born in winter, Wood and Fire will be your favorable elements and you can increase these qi by placing a rectangle green clock at your East sector and place a sharp red color clock at the South sector. But if your house having the Fatal illness 大病位 star 5 and Sickness 小病位 star 2 at the south sector, your family members will become more vulnerable to sickness.
Take another example, if you were born during summer, you might want to put a round white clock at the West sector and a wavy blue clock at the North sector.

If you have a long corridor leading to your front door, you do not need to neutralise this kind of sha. If you still not comfortable, you can put a plant and this will do the trick. If your front door leading directly to your bedroom's door and straight out through a window, then you definitely need to nuetralise the rushing in and out qi by putting a plant beside your bedromm's door.

There are saying by some master that putting more than one clocks in your bedroom will create havoc. City folks having 2 or more clocks is very common and this should not have any problems in feng shui.

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