The 8 compass directions The 8 compass directions have different properties. They all belong to a family of 8; 2 parents, 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Like any family, it is optimal when it is complete. North West – Father – paternal, boss South West – Mother – maternal, caring South East – 1st Daughter [...]
The 8 compass directions have different properties. They all belong to a family of 8; 2 parents, 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Like any family, it is optimal when it is complete.
North West – Father – paternal, boss
South West – Mother – maternal, caring
South East – 1st Daughter – good marketer and business person
South – 2nd Daughter – loves food, pleasure and enjoyment
West– 3rd Daughter – bar girl, talks without thinking, argumentative, spendthrift
East – 1st Son – wannabe, striving to the top but cannot make it
North – 2nd son – Worrier, messy, drinker
North East – 3rd Son – craftsman, thinker, spiritual
1. Properties of the directions:
When the energy is coming from that direction, the energy has the above properties of that compass direction. I will cover more of this topic in a later posting.
2. Properties of a sector:
A sector is that part of the property relating to that direction. The North East sector is the North East part of the property.
In any property, it is preferred that the building have a regular shape – either square or rectangular. In other words, it is complete where all members of the family are present in equal proportions.
A regular shaped house
This is the optimal shape; there will be good family harmony.
Protrusion on the North East (NE) sector
At times, the house is not regular. In this case, there is a “protrusion” on the North East side. Therefore, the people in this property would be spiritual and thinkers. They would also be good with their hands – craftsman or appreciate the good things.
An irregular shaped house.
Protrusion on the North West. There is strict rules in this house (North West – paternal energy).
Missing South East corner – not good in marketing and in business.
Missing area in North West and North.
Missing NW – no strict rules, could be leaderless.
Missing North (N) – no worries.
Conclusion: This house is disorganised and chaotic.
All sectors are missing.
People in this property are getting nowhere fast.
These are examples of houses but they also apply to all buildings.
Dr Michael Oon
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