The Feng Shui BaGua map is a tool used in Feng Shui to map a floorplan in order to determine the location of the 9 Life Areas. The space is divided into 9 squares or rectangles (similar to a tic-tac-toe figure).
Click on the link below at the left to check out a free downloadable version of a simple Free Bagua Map. This is a really good tool to get started in your study of Feng Shui. When you are ready, check out the Professional Feng Shui Bagua Map by clicking on the link to the right, the one Moni Castaneda uses in consultations and which she developed herself.
Professional Ba-Gua Map
Download the Basic Feng Shui Bagua Map for Free or purchase the professional Feng Shui Bagua Map for only $14.99. See below for instructions on how to map a floorplan or blueprint of a home. This Nine Life Areas Feng Shui Bagua Map is used during consultations by Feng Shui Advisor Moni Castaneda. See below for instructions on how to map a floorplan or blueprint.
This Feng Shui bagua map contains detailed information for every one of the 9 Life Areas on one side: keywords, symbols, elements, type of energy, times of the day, season, colors, cures, how to enhance, what to avoid, and conscious and unconscious locations.
The back of this bagua map has expanded information about the five elements as they apply to each life area on the back: ages for males and females for every element, shapes, materials and colors recommended for each life area, what to invite, what to avoid, body parts associated to each life area, flavors, negative emotions associated to each of the elements and how to release them.
DETAIL - FRONT
DETAIL - BACK
THIS IS HOW YOU MAP OUT THE FLOORPLAN (blueprint)
OF A HOME WITH THE BA-GUA MAP:
Line up the bottom of the Feng Shui ba-gua map with the door that contains the main entrance.
Feng Shui is influenced by Traditional Chinese Medicine. During classes my students are often fascinated between the relationships between the elements, the space and the human body. These charts summarize some of the most fascinating parallels between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Feng Shui.
Front: Feng Shui in the Body:
Maps of organs in the eyes, tongue and face, the five elements and the five flavors "cure," active organs by time of the day, ying/yang balancing with clapping rythms. Back: Comprehensive 5 Elements Table
includes colors, shapes and materials of the five elements used in Feng Shui and how they combine with each other. Relationship between the five elements: water, wood, fire, earth and metal and the organs and systems of the body, as well as emotions and sounds.
This is information available originally only to the practitioners of the Nine Steps to Feng Shui System® during their teachers' training, shows the weaknesses and the strengths of the different organs in the body by time of day or night; what the tongue and face show about the internal conditions of the body; a couple of alchemic cures, one for the five elements using the five flavors, and one to balance yin and yang, given to Moni Castaneda by a practitioner of TCM from a very ancient school, basic iridology and a very extensive table on details of the five elements are they are used for healing the space and the body.
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