Feng Shui 8 Mansions
Classical Feng Shui
There are two Classical Feng Shui methods using the Eight Mansions analysis. The first is used for room placement, known as the House Kua. The other is the Personal or Life Kua, which uses a person’s date of birth to map out the four favourable sectors and the four unfavourable sectors in the home.
The Eight Mansions House Kua formula is calculated using the Site and Facing Mountain of your property. The property is divided into eight sectors, each sector has a particular type of chi associated with it. It’s the simplest Feng Shui method to calculate and the findings are a permanent state, meaning they do not change with time. This formula can be manipulated with room location and function. Each property will be known as one of the 8 House Kua’s, based on the site degree calculated from the rear of the property.
8 Mansions Houses
|House Site||North||Kan||1 Water|
|House Site||North East||Gen||8 Earth|
|House Site||East||Zhen||3 Wood|
|House Site||South East||Xun||4 Wood|
|House Site||South||Liu||9 Fire|
|House Site||South West||Kun||2 Earth|
|House Site||West||Dui||7 Metal|
|House Site||North West||Qian||6 Metal|
Click on the images below to find out more information about each House Kua
The 8 Mansions House Kua formula is only a small part of the complete Feng Shui survey, and are used alongside other Feng Shui Compass School methods such as the Flying Stars. It’s a simple and easy to do calculation that shows the best locations on a basic level. The findings are quite rigid. Using the 8 Mansions alone will not provide a detailed analysis of your surrounding environment, as there are so many other influences.
Personal Kua Number
In Feng Shui 8 Mansions, the formula is calculated using the Site Mountain of the property, your year of birth and gender. It’s the simplest Feng Shui calculation to do. Each date of birth is 1 of 9 different Kua numbers. This method looks at how your personal Kua number relates to the property, advising the most favourable and unfavourable sectors for an individual person.
Caveat: The Personal Kua analysis is not to be confused with using the House Kua calculations for room placement, as conflicting results for each member of the family would occur. For room placements, only House Kua analysis is used.
• This Eight Mansions method is where Feng Shui and Personal Astrology collide.
• The Eight Mansions are not related to new age Feng Shui systems known as the Eight Life Aspirations or Eight Life Stations. These are not recognised as classical Feng Shui methods.