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Missing Corners and Cure

What is missing corners in feng shui?:
Once a house is not a rectangle or square shape. that house is considered to have a missing corner or have protrusion as following picture.

illumination of Missing Corners

When the house has missing corners, it implies that the certain imbalance is happening in this house. According to the Ba Gua theory, the manifestation of this imbalance can be the ominous to the specific people in this house. Our master has checked out a house that was missing the northwest corner. Our master diagnosed immediately that there was something wrong with the male owner in this house. The lady was so surprised, and she told our master that her husband was served in army, and after the second month they moved in this house, her husband went to Iraq. The missing corner is quite a hassle in Feng Shui cure; it is due to the dysfunction of body of house. Some Feng shui master would recommend placing feng shui item (such like crystals) as a solution to the missing corner, however; it doesn't work because the misunderstanding of the Kua number in Ba gua. Here we are offering some traditional feng shui cures for the missing corners; it could help to reduce the missing corner effect for the family.

How to cure missing corners / protrusion in a easy way?:
1. Corner in the east: In the original Ba gua, Zhen gua stays in the east region. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Zhen gua represents the eldest son, males between ages 30 to 45 years old; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Zhen gua represents the liver, feet, voice and hair, etc. Once the house misses the east corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house. The traditional way is to place dragon in the missing east corner because dragon is one main manifestation of Zhen gua. Dragon belongs to water feature, according to the five element theory, water element produces wood element, and the wood element is the element of Zhen gua in the east! However, if the east corner protrudes, it also indicates an imbalance of Zhen gua, besides the health problems we mentioned before, people who living in a house with a bulge in the east get easily irritated and always have frictions, disagreements, even fights in life. For example, one of our masters had checked out a case with a protruded corner in the east for a young couple, their six year-old son always liked to stay outside so much, and once he got home, he became to be on nerve and behave mischievously. That is a typical example of imbalance in Zhen gua. The traditional solution is to place rooster in the projected east because rooster represents Xun gua, which functions as a mediator to ease the over developed energy of Zhen gua.

2. Corner in the southeast: In the original Ba gua, Xun gua stays in the southeast. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Xun gua represents the eldest daughter, widow; female between ages 30 to 45 years old; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Zhen gua represents the thigh, buttocks, etc. Once the house misses the southeast corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house. For example, people living in this type of house easily suffer the sciatic nerve pain, if the interior design and outside environment are not well cooperated, it can be more serious. The traditional way is to place rooster in the missing southeast corner because rooster is the manifestation of Zhen gua. The protrusion in the southeast region causes diseases like cough, pneumonia, rheumatism, etc. The protruded southeast region is especially ominous to female. The traditional cure is to place dragon in that corner. Because dragon is the manifestation of Zhen gua, here the Zhen gua balances the ill developed energy of Xun gua.

3. Missing Corner in the northwest: In the original Ba gua theory, Qian gua stays in the northwest region; in the aspect of manifestation of the family, Qian gua represents father, male household, males over 45 years old, Chinese zodiac Dog people and zodiac Pig people; in the aspect of manifestation of the human body, Qian gua represents the head, chest, lung, large intestines, right foot, right abdomen, sperm and sexual organ, etc. Once the house misses the northwest corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house (such as high blood pressure, headache, insomnia, colon and lung disease, etc). People who living in a missing northwest corner house are easily obstructed and frustrated in life, their monetary fortune fluctuate and money always runs out for certain reason. According to our masters'€™ experiences, the northwest missing corner also affects the fortune of the biggest son in the house. People who living in this kind of house are hard to play the leading roles in their work and can't have a smooth development in their achievement. The traditional feng shui cure is to place horse in the missing northwest corner because horse is one main manifestation of Qian gua. However, if the northwest corner protrudes, it also indicates an imbalance of Qian gua, besides the health problems we mentioned before, this kind of house statue brings about lawsuits and metal injuries easily to the house members. The traditional cure is to place the Ox statue in that corner. Because ox is the manifestation of Kun gua, here the Kun gua balances the ill developed energy of Qian gua.

4. Missing Corner in the southwest: In the original Ba gua theory, Kun gua stays in the southwest. In the aspect of manifestation of the family, Kun gua represents the mother, female household, female over 45 years old, Chinese zodiac Ram and zodiac Monkey people; in the aspect of manifestation of the human body, Kun gua represents the abdomen, etc. Once the house misses the southwest corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house. For example, people living in this type of house easily suffer the stomach problems, appendix problems, beriberi, back pain skin disease and etc. If the interior design and outside environment are not well cooperated, it can be more serious. The traditional way is to place the Ox in the missing southeast corner because ox is the manifestation of Kun gua. But don't place the ox closer to the south region of that missing corner. Because according to the zodiac theory, the ox is against the ram. And the zodiac Ram is sitting right in the southwest but closer to south region. If the ox is placed in this part, it can't be functional due to the affection of zodiac Ram. Besides the problems that we mentioned before,the protrusion in the southwest region causes the digest system diseases and sometimes people who living in this type of house gets fat with a big belly. The traditional cure is to place horse statue in that corner. Because horse is the manifestation of Qian gua, here the Qian gua balances the ill developed energy of Kun gua.

When the house has missing corners, it implies that the certain imbalance is happening in this house. According to the Ba Gua theory, the manifestation of this imbalance can be the ominous to the specific people in this house. Our master has checked out a house that was missing the northwest corner. Our master diagnosed immediately that there was something wrong with the male owner in this house. The lady was so surprised, and she told our master that her husband was served in army. After the second month they moved in this house, her husband went to Iraq. The missing corner is quite a hassle in Feng Shui cure; it is due to the dysfunction of body of house. Some Feng shui master would recommend placing feng shui item (such like crystals) as a solution to the missing corner. However; it doesn't work because the misunderstanding of the Kua number in Ba gua. Here we are offering some traditional feng shui cures for the missing corners; it could help to reduce the missing corner effect for the family.

5. Missing Corner in the south: In the original Ba gua, Li gua stays in the west region. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Li gua represents the middle age female, or the second daughter or females between 16 and 30 years old, or zodiac horse, etc; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Li gua represents the small intestine, eyes, heart, head etc. Once the house misses the south corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house, the people responding to the Li gua have bad health, and family members suffer diseases such as heart diseases, high blood pressure, eye diseases, etc. Especially for those corresponding female, they would also suffer a bad fortunate year in year of horse, snake and ram. The traditional feng shui cure is to place the phoenix in the missing west corner because phoenix is one main manifestation of Li gua. Phoenix belongs to fire element , which is the same element as Li gua and remedy the missing corner problem in the south.

If the south corner protrudes, it also indicates an imbalance of Li gua. Besides the health problems we mentioned before, the missing south corner means the excessive internal heat( Remember, Li gua represents fire), which are in symptoms as constipation, conjunctivitis, inflammation, scald, nasal and oral cavities, sometimes even the leakage of electricity is somehow associated with The ill development of Li gua. . The traditional solution is to place Roar statue in the projected south corner because roar represents Kan gua (water element) , serving as a mediator to ease the over developed energy of Li gua.

6. Missing Corner in the north: In the original Ba gua, Kan gua stays in the north. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Kan gua represents the second son or the middle age son, zodiac rat; or the male between 15 and 30 years old; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Kan gua represents the kidney, bladder and urogenital system, blood, ear and anus,etc. Once the house misses the north corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house. For example, people living in this type of house( especially for male) easily suffer a bad health and career. The members easily have ear problems (like tinnitus, inflammation), diseases in kidney, and in the year of roar, rat and ox, people would encounter a tough year. The traditional cure is to place the roar figurine in the missing north corner because roar is the manifestation of Kan gua, and the metal element of dog can support the water element of Gen gua. According to the five-element theory, metal produces water.

The protrusion in the north region causes urinary system disease, prostate problems and menstrual cramps , etc. The traditional cure is to place the phoenix statue in that corner because phoenix is the manifestation of Li gua. Here the the fire element of Li gua balances the ill developed energy of Kan gua.

7. Missing Corner in the west: In the original Ba gua, Dui gua stays in the west region. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Dui gua represents the youngest female, or the third daughter or females under 15 years old, or zodiac rooster, etc; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Dui gua represents the tongue, mouth, throat, large intestines, etc. Once the house misses the west corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house, the people responding to the Dui gua have bad health, and family members suffer diseases such as throat inflammation, tongue sore, toothache, etc. People have to fight with some extra debts, and members in this house easily have disagreements, dispute and gossips troubles. The traditional feng shui cure is to place the ram in the missing west corner because ram is one main manifestation of Dui gua. Dui gua belongs to metal element, and ram belongs to earth element, according to the five element theory, earth produces metal, so the ram can remedy the missing west corner.

If the west corner protrudes, it also indicates an imbalance of Dui gua. Besides the health problems we mentioned before, the missing west corner means extra costs and members lose inspiration to strive for work. The projected west corner also causes the frictions in male career, or makes the male in this house become mean and stingy even though they are influential. In addition, the west missing corner affects the relationship members and brings about health problems in lung and windpipe. The traditional solution is to place dog statue in the projected east because dog represents Gen gua, serving as a mediator to ease the over developed energy of Dui gua.

8. Missing Corner in the northeast: In the original Ba gua, Gen gua stays in the southeast. In the aspect of manifestation in the family, Gen gua represents the third son or the youngest son, or employees in a business, or zodiac ox or zodiac tiger; or the male under 15 years old; in the aspect of manifestation in the human body, Gen gua represents the hand and joint, etc. Once the house misses the northeast corner, there are corresponding symptoms happening to the people in the house. For example, people living in this type of house easily suffer the arthritics, scald and other injuries in hand and feet. If the interior design and outside environment are not well cooperated, it can be more serious. The traditional cure is to place dog figurine in the missing northeast corner because dog is the manifestation of Gen gua, and the earth element of dog can support the earth element of Gen gua.

The protrusion in the northeast region causes joints problems, back disease, susceptible nose, etc. The protruded northeast region affects the financial stability of members and drives the members into a conservative direction in career. The traditional cure is to place ram statue in that corner because ram is the manifestation of Dui gua. Here the Dui gua balances the ill developed energy of Gen gua.

You also can view Ba Gua theory at Feng Shui Ba Gua Theory.

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