This area relates to thunder, the planet Jupiter and early spring when all the
new sprouts and buds are just bursting forth from the ground. It is associated
with the element wood and the time when the energy is strongest
between 5am and 8am. It relates to our ancestors, to whom we owe huge thanks, if
it were not for
we would not be here today. They gave us the gift of life.
It also relates to people who are in a position of power over us. This might be
the landlord, the leaseholder, the bank manager, or, particularly if you have
your own business, your suppliers.
This area relates to the feet and the liver, so by making subtle
changes in this area
you can improve your
health. The liver is the 'general' in charge of defending the body,
it has the job of storing, filtering and making
sure that blood flows to all parts of the body. It also transforms poisons into
clean energy. The liver provides an energy that is like the morning sun. When
the liver is in balance, you will be solicitous, full of spontaneous acts of
kindness, cool headed, quick thinking, relaxed, clear minded, creative,
progressive and willing to work as part of a team.
In the negative, when the liver is out of balance, there is violence,
irritability and a tendency to make big plans without really being really clear
about how you are going to achieve them. Being opportunistic, short tempered,
loud, competitive and antagonistic. There is an expression that refers to people
as being 'liverish' and it means being full of anger.
If there is a missing area in this
part of the bagua, residents will tend to feel less energetic and lack vitality
as the energy akin to spring is missing in the house. Family relationships may
become tense and you may have difficulty starting new
If there is an extension in this
area, it is regarded as lucky as there is a much greater chance of success in
your vocation. Family relationships should be good as well.
Missing or Extended
Mentally draw a line down the centre of
your home. Or draw a plan and mark in pencil. If the area that is missing is
equal or less than half of the total external wall measurement it is a missing
area. If however, the missing area is greater than half of the total
external wall measurement then you have an extended
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