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know how to calculate your personal Life Gua (Kua) number and I will explain the Feng Shui lucky and unlucky directions and how each direction my personally impact you if your front door, bed or desk are facing either a positive or a challenging direction.

Your life Kua number (life star) will follow you for life no matter what type of house you live.

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Your Kua Number Chart

Ming Gua

Kua Number Calculator. This is one of the most important things – communication this year. Your Ming Gua number is a tool that gives you the right directions you need to be facing for important meetings, conversations and relationships and your health. It’s your “Power Seat”. You can also determine your ability to connect with others and their energy as well.

 

It can also give you the best spaces in your home based on whether you are a East or West Person. Also known as the Eight Mansions in Feng Shui.

NOTE: be aware of it that if your birthday date is before February date of Chinese New Year in that year your birth year will move to the earlier year. E.g. 30 January 1964 becomes 1963

Calculating for Females

 

For Females:

  1. Add the last two numbers of the year of birth and bring it to a single digit.
  2. Add your single digit to the number # 5
  3. Add this number together to form a single digit.
  4. This is your Kua number.

Note: if you are born after the year of 2000 then you need to change the #5 to the number #6

Calculating for Males

For Males:

  1. Add the last two numbers of the year of birth and bring it to a single digit.
  2. Deduct your single digit from #10
  3. This is your Kua number.

Note: if you are born after the year of 2000 then you need to change the #10 to the number #9

The Breadwinner…….

Unlucky…..

 

My less desirable for my greater good seat.

As with everything in Feng Shui there is always going to be the Yin/Yang, Positive/Negative energy and we have that with our directions as well.

Ancient Chinese philosophy says that these directions can bring extreme misfortune – I like to focus on the positive ones at the top and do my best to be in those directions. Unlucky are the directions that I always say are less desirable for our greater good.

Let us face it we cannot always get the best spot but a little further on I have given some tips on how I do that.

I find that if I am facing any of these, I can often have the following knowing:

 I feel uncomfortable – unsure of myself or the space

 I feel I am not in my power space

 I feel less confident in the words I want to speak with and use and can often create a situation with those words I am sorry for later

 I know that the direction I am facing is extremely negative and I need to leave it.

 It can be a feeling of dis-empowerment and lacking.