XUANKONG 3 SCRIPTS 玄空三诀
XuanKong Three Scripts 玄空三诀 summarize the three important factors of doing FengShui based on XuanKong 玄空. Different schools may call these scripts differently, but ultimately they are pointing to the same aspect of doing FengShui. It is used to be known as the three ancient oral transmitted scripts 三個古訣. There are many interpretation to these scripts, many beholding such as the top secrets. In some schools, these had been further expended to six, giving birth to the Six Methods of XuanKong or LiuFa. These scripts also generally shared among schools outside SanYuan such as SanHe. Generally the Three Scripts are: -
WHERE IT COMES FROM?
These scripts are made known by the so-called lineage holder of ZhongZhou Pai 中州派. Please do not get confused with SuZhou Pai 蘇州派. They are entirely different thing (read HERE for details). ZhongZhou Pai 中州派 was claimed to be a less known school of XuanKong based on its principle of One Teacher, One Student, 一师一徒. It was only made known by Wang TingZhi 王亭之 via his writing ZhongZhou Pai XuanKong School 中州派玄空学. He claimed that as he has made enough fortune to retire into “Shangrila”, he no longer needs to practice this exoteric knowledge thus he decided to disclose them via his writing. It may also mean, this method may not be really reliable and therefore can be disclosed to others… Being a renaissance man, Wang TingZhi 王亭之 professed many talents ranging from FengShui, ZiWei DouShu, food critiques, linguist, tea connoisseur to Tibetan Buddhist Master. Having such illustrious profile also made him an outspoken provocateur to many areas of Chinese Metaphysics especially FengShui, with equal amounts of brickbats as well. He owes such knowledge to his lineage master from Taiwan, famed for his skill in ZiWei DouShu, having also to say that without ZiWei, there is no ZhongZhou Pai 中州派.
ZHONGZHOU PAI 中州派
THE FIRST SCRIPT
HARBORING STAR SCRIPT 安星訣
COMMENTARY ON HARBORING STAR
The term 下卦 is aptly more appropriate to mean Placing Gua instead of Lower Gua, as in a game of chess, 下 means to place. By the same token, before one can be Placing Gua 下卦 or making the first move, one has to lift a Gua or called Lifting Gua 兼卦. Analogically speaking, it is like lifting a chess piece and placing it in the appropriate grid thus first to lift a Gua 兼卦 then to place a Gua 下卦.
Both these processes of to lift a Gua 兼卦 then to place a Gua 下卦, by some other terminology means, a star is taking a vector flight with a point of departure and another point of arrival. Collectively, it can also be construed as a number of origination and a number of completion, one Yin and one Yang. Postulations of these sorts may lead to various interpretations and applications.
The term Harboring Star 安星 analogically speaking may means to find a home (palace) for the star to reside, just like a boat that may need to be harbored 安. Collectively Harboring Star 安星 means the natal chart of the Flying Star or the LoShu grid. Basically there are 2 ways to harbor the star, one being the conventional Placing Gua 下卦 while the other unconventional Replacement Gua 替卦.
In a more general terms, Harboring Star 安星 is a mean to identify the Qi Map of a given location. By the same token it is to identify areas of growth, prosperous, weakening, death and killing based on the structure and formation of the land. Such include identifying incoming and outgoing of water.
REPLACEMENT STAR 替卦
This replacement star poem is the VERSION 17 of the earlier write-up on AiXing Jue, Leaning Star Script (detail read HERE)
APPLICATION OF REPLACEMENT STAR 替星用法歸納
THE SECOND SCRIPT
ARRANGING THE DRAGON SCRIPT 排龍訣
ARRANGING DRAGON SITTING FACING - 排龍與山、向
ARRANGING DRAGON ORAL TRANSMISSION METHOD OF ARRANGEMENT 排龍口訣及推排法
ARRANGING THE DRAGON 24 MOUNTAINS YINYANG 排龍二十四山陰陽
SIMPLE ARRANGING THE DRAGON AND WATER MOUTH 淺談排龍與水口
ARRANGING THE DRAGON SCRIPT ORAL TRANSMISSION 排龍訣口訣
ARRANGING DRAGON SCRIPTS APPLICATIONS 排龍訣之應用
THE THIRD SCRIPT
RECEIVING YIN PUSHING SHA SCRIPT 收山出煞訣
SANYUAN YINYANG XIANTIAN BAGUA
There are plenty of SanYuan schools teaching SanYuan stuff without knowing the true foundations of SanYuan. Some confused SanYuan as Flying Star and some even confused SanYuan is XuanKong school. These haphazard phenomenon is mushrooming in the west, brought about by eastern teachers, with most of them having acquire their skills through reading published literature, experimental with the occults and often without approval from any lineages. They also called lineage sucks! With its absent, many of the rock bottom fundamentals of SanYuan is lost in time. One of them being how you split your YinYang in the SanYuan school. Only true SanYuan school would able to demonstrate such.
This is the FIRST TIME the secret of the SPLITTING OF THE YINYANG IN SANYUAN has been disclosed to the public within the English Speaking community. Never has this secret been revealed! In time to come, if any of the teacher teaching this piece of information and they are not coming from our establishment, you know well that the knowledge that they acquired are secondary and less authentic. Truly, there are too many rubbish floating around in disguise as genuine FengShui courses. Buyers beware!
THE FORMATION OF THE EARLY HEAVEN BAGUA
The separation of YnYang in this order is also the foundations of how the 8 Trigram within the early heaven BaGua spiral outward from the central TaiJi. This is how one should correctly arrange the BaGua.
When we say this is how SanYuan splits its YinYang, it meant to say how the Early Heaven Gua comes into position. Just by arranging its YinYang, the YinYang Yao of the respective Gua has been emerged from TaiJi, one layer after another. Foremost the fundamental YinYang at the time when the Heaven and Earth settle position must be taken into account. - what sort of YinYang would you reckoned? Left turning Yang, right turning Yin? Or simply the differentiation of the putrid with the sublime? Do you label your DaGua with this YinYang?
What appeared to be a simple YinYang boundaries when juxtaposed among one another through the dimensions of Earth Man and Heaven, subliminally clustered itself as wedge Trigram, dialectically known in YiJing Yao in the sequence known as Early Heaven arrangement. This congenital arrangement is the fundamental of SanYuan and all its other components. Yoked within these sandwich of Yao lines reflect the neologism of what probably be the earliest natalist view of the anthropocosmo. Singular Yin and singular Yang will not reproduce and therefore its inherent infertility require the upend of nature dialectically Yang YunSong's view - Dian DianDao or Dao DianDian? Strangely, it is only the Old Yang Old Yin and Young Yin Young Yang are to be found in the middle Yao - the Human Yao, thus rendered the entire notion of fertility lies upon the hand of the human being? The Middle Heaven? Where exactly is this Human Plate within the SanYuan pantheon of stars?
Next, what is the second and the third layers? One begets two, two begets three and three are the mother of the myriad things. This is the order of the day. Therefore, one ought to arrange your YinYang from the two slices to the BaGua, then the 24 mountains, to the 64 Gua and the 72 Dragons.
In such an instance, who on earth would want to challenge this very fundamental question? Vividly remember not long ago, someone disagree with this hypothesis of how SanYuan YinYang was split. The fundamental axis is thus between Chou and Wei, see also which part of the Heaven it measures?
The response of Master Hung HinCheong to our post Leaning Star Oral Secret, he wrote, “You're right. That ring's pedigree is suspect. Some Flying Stars schools don't use Replacement Stars at all, and I think that's the smart thing to do.”, caused us to think further. We dug up some of Hung’s writing – Water, Water Everywhere and there is a nugget or two for us to share here…
CENTRAL AND MARGINAL FACING 正表向
In many FengShui texts, classical and modern, a given facing is differentiated into "Central 正向" or "Marginal 表向", and each is treated differently.
In modern mathematical language, a facing is described as "Central" if it lies within a band of -±4.5° from the center-line of a Mountain on the LuoPan. For example, the center-line of Zi (子) is 0°. Hence any facing between 355.5° and 4.5° is said to be facing "Central" Zi (正子向). Another example: Gui (癸) is centered on 15°; any facing between 10.5° and 19.5° is described as facing "Central" Gui (正癸向). The total bandwidth of a "Central" facing is therefore 9°. Any facing outside that band is deemed to be a "Marginal" facing. To be more precise: Zi (子) is centered on 0°, and Gui (癸) is centered on 15°. Any facing in between 4.5° and 10.5° is called "Marginal" between Zi and Gui (子兼癸，癸兼子). The total bandwidth of a "Marginal" facing is 6°.
That of course is the modern definition, making use of the 360° compass ring at the periphery of the LuoPan disc. However, this ring was a relatively recent addition to the LuoPan. Before that, the definition of "Marginal" relied on the "240 Dragons Gold Divisions (二百四＋龍分金)", and the term "3-7 Gold Divisions (三七分金)" was often quoted. Some readers may have come across this term in their general reading.
As a matter of fact, the 6° bandwidth for "Marginal" was set conservatively. It allowed a generous margin for error, mindful that the LuoPan needle and markings were not very accurate in the old days. My own view is that we need not be so uptight about the prescribed margins. The underlying idea is to get away from the boundary line between 2 Mountains, and our modern LuoPan enables us to do that with greater confidence.
ASSISTANT STAR WATER METHOD 後天水法
For a variety of reasons, a facing may have to be set within the "Marginal" band. In that event, it is necessary to be aware that the "Marginal" band is usable for certain Mountains, but not for others. In a nutshell, the "Marginal" band between 2 adjacent Mountains of the same polarity is usable, whereas the band is out of bounds if the 2 adjacent Mountains are of opposite polarities. However, there are 2 exceptions to the rule:
Xun (巽) and Si (巳) are both Yin Mountains, but the "Marginal" band between them is out of bounds. The reasoning is a little convoluted: Si (巳) is part of the NaJia family of the Trigram Dui (兌), and You (西) is another member of the same family. Now You (西) and Xun (巽) are incompatible by the "8 Killing Forces" formula. Si (巳) is implicated by virtue of its family connection with You (西). Hence a facing in between Xun (巽) and Si (巳) is deemed too risky;
The same argument applies to the band between the adjacent Mountains You (西) and Xin（辛）. In this case, Xin（辛）is the adopted child of Xun (巽), and hence the "Marginal" band between You (西) and Xin（辛）also becomes inadmissible.
This discussion on admissibility of "Marginal" bands takes on a new dimension when it comes to measuring Qi mouth locations to determine the incoming and outgoing waters. Whereas a facing is an axis that can be set precisely, a Qi mouth is something 3 over which we have very little control.
It is fairly common to encounter a Qi mouth wide enough to straddle over 2 adjacent Mountains. There is no issue if the 2 Mountains are of the same polarity, but what if they are not? Going strictly by the book, such water flows are deemed negative. The jargon term is "Yin and Yang confused (陰陽差錯)'. But such a narrow interpretation is unduly restrictive in practice.
I tend to take a more liberal approach. If the major part of the qi mouth, say 70% or more, falls under One Mountain, I would consider it a single Mountain reading, comparable to a "Central" facing. Only if the qi mouth sits smack in between 2 adjacent Mountains, with a 50-50 or 60-40 split between yin and yang, would I reject it as unsuitable.
240 DRAGONS GOLD DIVISION 二百四＋龍分金
In a typical SanHe LuoPan, there are the 72-Dragons ring (also called a plate), one or more 60-Dragons rings; and one or two 120-Dragons rings. There is one other ring in this genre that is omitted on LuoPan other than out-sized ones (12-inch and above). This is the 240-Dragons ring, also called "240-Dragons Gold Divisions (二百四＋龍分金). As the name suggests, the ring is sub-divided into 240 fine divisions, with 10 divisions under each of the 24 Mountains.
This ring is used to assess the intensity of qi received from a particular Mountain for any given facing. A Mountain's Qi is strongest at its center-line, gradually reducing to zero at the center-line of the adjacent Mountain on either side. At the boundary between 2 Mountains, the qi split is 50-50.
If a given facing receives 70% or more of the qi from one Mountain, it is called a "Central facing (正向)". If the facing receives less than 70% qi from one Mountain (say, a 60-40 or 50-50 split between 2 adjacent Mountains), it is called a "Marginal facing (表向)”.
Today, the demarcation between "Central" and "Marginal" can be defined using the 360° compass ring at the periphery of the modern LuoPan, but this ring was a relatively recent addition; it was not available in the older LuoPan.
So do we still have to bother with the 240-Dragons when we have the modern 360° ring? That depends: no need if we just want to use the LuoPan without bothering with the underlying theory; yes if we want to broaden our FengShui knowledge. If one reads old texts or spends time surfing the FengShui websites, then familiarity with the "240-Dragons Gold Divisions" will provide a deeper insight into various discussions.
To analyze the 240-Dragons ring, let us straighten out 2 arc segments, each segment spanning 30°. The first segment is centered on Zi (子) with Ren（壬） at one end and Gui (癸) at the 4 others. The second segment is centered on Gui (癸) with Zi (子) at one end and Chou (丑) at the other. The segments overlap, and the fine divisions are graded with a numerical value rising from 0 to 10 and then falling back to 0.
The dashed lines 7-3 and 3-7 demarcate between "Central" and "Marginal" facings. The region between those 2 lines, marked by a hatched box, represents the "Marginal" band between Zi (子) and Gui (癸) Mountains. There are similar "Marginal" bands between Ren（壬） and Zi (子); and between Gui (癸) and Chou (丑).
The scale in maroon at the bottom denotes the modern 360° compass, whereby the center of Zi (子) Mountain corresponds to 0° Magnetic North. The "Marginal" band between Zi (子) and Gui (癸) would correspond with 7.5±3° on this scale.
One often sees the term "3-7 Gold Divisions also called "Plus Minus 3-7 (三七分金)", in FengShui books and websites. It really means nothing more the demarcations described above. Some people like to use complicated language to describe simple ideas.
Sometimes the term "2-8 Gold Divisions (二八分金)" or "Plus Minus 2-8 (二八加減)" also appears, often in the same breath as "3-7". When one compares the Earth Plate with the Heaven Plate, it will be seen that "3-7" on the Earth Plate is in fact the same line as "2-8" on the Heaven Plate, and vice versa. They are really one and the same thing.
According to Master Li Ding Xin (李定信), who was until recently the reigning Doyen of Yang Gong FengShui [He passed away in 2012, age 90], many FengShui writers, historical and modern, are confused and use the terms haphazardly. So the next time someone comes along brandishing jargon terms like "Plus Minus 3-7" and "Plus Minus 2-8", just ask him about the "240-Dragons".
LEANING STAR REPLACEMENT STAR 飞星替星
This marginal degree of 3° at each extreme side closer to the boundary of the two mountains that made up the 6° are considered by some SanYuan FeiXing as Replacement Star band. Any star that reside thereafter must be replaced by the set of new stars as represented in the Replacement Star Ring. Some school of XuanKong Purple White do not subscribe to this principle. Some school also do not agree with the version of the Replacement Star Ring used, currently at 28 varieties.
This Replacement Star Ring is interesting. In total you will get the following sequence from the opposite mountains combined: -
The question is could this Ring tells you something beyond just the greatly misunderstood Kun Ren Yi?
HOW TO APPLY?
For example, House sitting Gui 23 degree, facing Ding, Period 8. By conventional Natal chart, you will get as in A. However, because 23 degree sitting very close to Chou, a Replacement Star may be necessary. Based on the Replacement Star Ring, Sitting Gui replacement shall be 1 replacing 4. Facing Ding replacement shall be 9 replacing 3. The new Replacement Natal chart shall look like B.
Contemplate this, quote from BengKung's wisdom saying, "The four formations, Water, Fire, Metal and Wood are further differentiated into Yin and Yang formations. Clockwise which is Yang, the direction is from Zi to Chou to Xu to Hai. Anti-clockwise which is Yin, the direction is from Wu to Si to Shen to Wei. Altogether there are 8 formations. 4 Yang and 4 Yin formations. Master Yang always stressed on the basic principle of Yin and Yang. YinYang is formless whereas CiXiong refers to Yin Yang with form. Interaction of CiXiong refers to the interaction between mountain and water. Xuan Kong refers to the Qi whether Sheng Qi (thriving) or Si Qi (Dead). The auspicious or inauspicious Qi from the In-Coming mountain or Out-Going water are related and are based on the 12 Qi phase. Whether it is male/Yang or female/Yin, it is derived from within the Gua. This is referring to the Yin and Yang of the 24 mountains. This is only given to inner disciples."
Therefore, if you believe that the YinYang Earth Plate of the SanHe LuoPan Ring, as assigned by virtue of Early Heaven and NaJia is correct, you better think twice! The YinYang Earth Plate of the SanHe LuoPan Ring, as assigned by virtue of Early Heaven and NaJia is mainly used for RuDiYan's Assistant Star Water Method.
"The concept of mountain (in-coming Qi) and water (out-going Qi) which is fundamental and must be understood clearly. Whether it is auspicious or inauspicious are all due to the mountain and water location in relation to the concept of the 12 Qi phase. The mountain here refers to In-Coming and water refers to Out-Going. A concept misinterpreted as actual mountain and actual water."
Do you know why the why the Five Ghost Carry Treasure aka Assistant Star Water Method cannot work? Placing "mountains" on LianZhen position?
"To understand this methodology, it is all within the concept of the 5 elements. This concept refers to NaYin 5 elements which is established by the 72 dragons. It is not referring to NaJia which is a different concept. The five elements are allocated in the four directions with Wood in the East, Metal in the West, Water in the North and Fire in the South. It is also allocated in the 24 mountains. The concept of turning upside down 倒倒颠 refers to the 72 dragons, where there are five elements within each of the 24 mountains. With the concept of turning upside down, there are treasures within each of the 24 mountains. There are always three elements within the 24 mountains which is usable to match the in-coming Qi and water-mouth which is the out-going Qi. Forward and backward refers to the understanding of establishing the Yin or Yang formation. Without using the correct formation there is the likelihood of meeting with fire pits. Recognize the golden dragon is to establish the formation. Metal, Wood, Fire or Water. The location and the position in relation to the water mouth and the in-coming dragons are all different. (Endless possibilities) Moving or still refers to whether there is any Qi, whether it is strong Qi or weak Qi, whether it is auspicious or inauspicious Qi. Requires the teaching from a sage."
In fact, there are plenty of clues that RuDiYan may be a bridge between SanHe and SanYuan. Replacement Star and its corresponding central and marginal reading may not be that wrong after all, if we were to take the actual reasons of 3/7 and 2/8 as the measurement of Qi intensity accordingly and not for the account of inaccurate LuoPan readings. As for the validity of the Replacement Star Ring, it has been grossly misunderstood as part of Kun Ren Yi by Jiang DaHung. He distorted and explained these verses using XuanKong DaGua thus introducing the idea of combination to 10. Coupled with the variants from the SanHe proponent, you now have the 28 confusing versions.
Most modern SanYuan LuoPan in the market has this ring inserted just after the 24 mountain "human plate" of the SanYuan LuoPan. This is one notorious ring that was believed to have been "invented" by Jiang DaHung and being used by the XuanKong Shen JuReng Flying Star school as - the Replacement Star Ring 替星盘. Obviously it is a result of Jiang DaHung's secret oral transmission that has been reflected as a Ring, called the Leaning Star Ring 挨星盘. Different subset school of SanYuan has different way to use the Leaning Star Ring 挨星盘. Unfortunately, Leaning Star Ring 挨星盘 itself has another 28 versions. Which one is TRUE?
JIANG DAHUNG AIXING JUE
During the old age of Jiang DaHung, he has the intention to settle down prior to his retirement. One of his disciple, Jiang YaoShi 姜垚時 gave him a large sum of money to build his retirement home. Due to his student's generosities, he return the favor by disclosing these 10 stanzas of Leaning Star. In the Shen JuReng's XuanKong Flying Star 沈竹礽飞星派 school, this is known as the Replacement Star 替星. It was also conveniently translated into SanYuan LuoPan ring just after the 24 mountains.
OTHERS VERSIONS AIXING JUE
When you browse Google there are at least another 27 versions of AiXing Jue 挨星訣 inclusive the one mentioned above as the 1st there are altogether 28 versions, such as: -
Within the 28 versions of this Leaning Star verse, 2 distinctive version stood out: -
May the real Mc Coy please stand up?
The secret of SanHe 三合 and SanYuan 三元 LuoPan are within the writing of TianYu Jing 天玉經 - a single classic that can be interpreted according to both schools. TianYu Jing itself has a number of versions. But for the purpose of discussion we shall inspect the YangGong Old Method's version and DiLi BianZhen's version. Listed herewith is the YangGong Old Method's version proudly brought to you by the late Grand Master Li SanSu, uncle to the late Grand Master Li DingXin. This version of the classic can be sub divided into the following grouping, for the ease of understanding: -
TianYu Jing 天玉經 - Dragon Water Convergence 龙水交会 is relevant to our topic of discussion - YinYang 陰陽 of the 24 mountains 二十四山 of the SanYuan LuoPan. There are 24 mountains. In fact, there are only 12 pairs of YinYang Dragons 十二陰陽龍. 12 YinYang all the way has within the incoming Gua 十二阴阳一路排，总是卦中来. These 12 pairs must be aligned to form Dragon, Mountain, Facing and Water 龍山向水 (DMFW). The classics state, Topsy turvy Parents to array Dragon position, Mountain facing and corresponding Water, 倒排父母荫龙位，山向同流水. This is the structure of SanYuan (or SanHe?) in Qi connections 三元氣圖.
Structure aside, there are only two ways to spin your YinYang. The classics state, Divide establish YinYang 2 different ways, 分定阴阳两路行. The left turning is Yang, the right turning is Yin. The classics state, left turning and right turning to arrange them, 顺逆推排定. However, left or right would only make sense from a fixed point of observation, the datum (天心). This datum is then referred to as the west or the east side of the river bank, resulting in the East River and West River sides. The classics state, divide into East and West two Gua, those who understood will announce to the world, 分却东西两个卦，会者传天下. These are the 2 different Gua – Grouping? In summary, the 12 pairs of YinYang Dragon is to identify left (Yang) or right (Yin) turning. Observe how your Qi flow is the foundation of YinYang. Others are just - crap.
TianYu Jing also identify that the Yang Stems are all left turning - Yang (these are called Dragon God 龍神. The classics state, Jia, Geng, Bing, Ren, are Yang, left turning to find the 5 element structure, 甲庚丙壬俱属阳，顺推五行详. Dragon God 龍神 can be construed as an entire independent topic by itself... however, TianYu Jing - Establishing Facing 定向 has this to say, Front twice yielding Dragon God front twice yielding Facing, pearl string do not face to release. Back twice yielding Dragon God back twice yielding Facing, Arraying established YinYang counts, 前兼龙神前兼向，联珠莫相放。后兼龙神后兼向，排定阴阳算. In other word, Leaning Star polarity depends on the Dragon God 龍神.
The Yin Stems are all right turning - Yin (these are called Water Dragon). The classics state, Yi, Xing, Ding, Gui are Yin, right turning to find the 5 element structure, 乙辛丁癸俱属阴，逆推论五行. The classic did not, however, identify explicitly the rest of the 16 dragons - the 4 ordinal Gua, 4 growth branches, 4 stable branches and 4 graves branches.
The four Ordinal Gua (surprisingly that YangGong referred to the Later Heaven BaGua) were paired respectively as the followings – GenYin 艮寅, XunSi 巽巳, KunShen 坤申, QianHai due to the double mountain and because Yin Si Shen and Hai 寅巳申亥 are the four growths of the Dragon God 龍神, they take Yang 陽. In the method of Pushing Sha and Receiving Water, Jia Geng Bing Ren four Dragon God, entirely belongs to Yang stem element. Qian Xun Gen Kun water facing the same, nobility with access prosperity, 甲庚丙壬四龙神，俱属阳干行。乾巽艮坤水向同，富贵足兴隆. Yin Shen Si Hai water incoming without broken, 5 element facing within storage, 寅申已亥水来长，五行向中藏.
The four Graves were paired in the similar double mountain fashioned such as GuiChou 癸丑, YiChen 乙辰, DingWei 丁未, XinXu 辛戌 with the respective 4 Yin Stems and therefore they are Yin 陰. The four Stables were implied as Yin 陰. The classics state, Chen Xu Chou Wei one way move, sudden prosperity shake the family, 辰戌丑未一路行，骤富振家声. Chen Xu Chou Wei knock against Golden Dragon, Wealth and prosperity never cease to expire, 辰戌丑来叩金龙，富贵永不穷.
Therefore the YinYang grouping of the 24 Mountains, taking reference from the 4 Cardinal Gua and the 4 Ordinal Gua, the different grouping of the 24 Mountains is as follows: -
OLD FOX'S TALE...
We posted in our FB page, detail HERE and we found that not many people knows about SanYuan...
Therefore, This is the FIRST TIME the secret of the HEAVEN YUAN PLATE has been disclosed to the public within the English Speaking community. Never has this secret been revealed! In time to come, if any of the teacher teaching this piece of information and they are not coming from our establishment, you know well that the knowledge that they acquired are secondary and less authentic. Truly, there are too many rubbish floating around in disguise as genuine FengShui courses. Buyers beware!
One OldFox has this to say, “To answer your question posted at the beginning of this thread, the original SanYuan YinYang is the one on the right, the B version, because the YinYang allocation is based on the YinYang of the SanYuan of the Tian Yuan, Di Yuan and Ren Yuan. The version on the left, the A version, was promoted by Master Shen JuReng used in his Flying Star and it is based on the YinYang of the Stems and Branches plus the four diagonal Trigams of the LH arrangement being all Yang according to the Hetu arrangement. They are two different ways to express the same philosophical idea of ‘Early Heaven being the Ti or the Principle and Later Heaven being the Yong or the Application 先天为体, 后天为用. IMHO, to really appreciate the different Yin YangYang and Yang YinYin configurations, one has to realize that the different FengShui methods, and there are many, are the result of different ways to express a philosophical preference 'mechanically', to say that 'ShenJuReng's postulation is not quite there yet', shows you and David have yet to reach this point of understanding, but this is just my personal opinion, no offence is intended. May be you do know but want to keep it as a secret until we can attend your classes to find out, or maybe you and David just want to tease us! Either way it is a good thing, it keeps us thinking. Thank you for your contribution… Where are the 3 rings of the SanHe and SanYuan LuoPan? There you go again, 'the pot calling the kettle black' ´by JT the Just Teasing, who is really David Yak the architect with a fake name. Only the SanHe LuoPan has the 3 Twenty-four-Mountain rings, SanYuan LuoPan only has one and the 3 SanYuan are built into the one ring, you will only waste your time looking for the other two rings in a San Yuan LuoPan. Get YOUR fundamentals right before you tell others to get theirs right! Indeed, there are plenty of craps being taught out there...”
EH AS PRINCIPLE LH AS APPLICATION 先天为体后天为用
Let’s investigate these craps a little…
The original version of SanYuan’s YinYang Dragon is not the B version. It is definitely not based on Tian Yuan, Di Yuan and Ren Yuan. These came very much later. They have another meanings to them. The A version is the original SanYuan’s YinYang Dragon. This is the Tian Yuan Dragon and its YinYang is derived from the LoShu, Early Heaven as the body or the Principle, 先天为体. Shen JuReng derived such as his basis for Shen’s Flying Star and it is based on the YinYang of the Stems and Branches plus the four diagonal Trigams of the LH arrangement being all Yang according to the Hetu arrangement (detail read HERE). This is a typical text-book answer.
ONE GUA CONNECTS QI NAJIA ONE QI 一挂同氣納甲一氣.
Similar to its SanHe forerunner, SanYuan has its peculiar way to subscribe to Early Heaven as the body or the Principle and Later Heaven as the Application, 先天为体, 后天为用. Both SanHe and SanYuan subscribed to the same method of decoding Heaven’s secret called NaJia. SanHe is well known to adopt what is known as One Gua same/combine Qi, NaJia singular Qi, 一挂同氣納甲一氣. One Gua here referred to Early Heaven Qi connection to formulate their YinYang dragon, detail read HERE. Therefore, it has mislead many that SanHe NaJia is based on Early Heaven as Principle.
HEAVEN YUAN NAJIA PLATE 天元纳甲盘
SanYuan subscribed to NaJia to allocate the 8 Gua into the 24 mountains. Instead of using One Gua same/combine Qi, NaJia singular Qi, 一挂同氣納甲一氣 principle liked its predecessor, SanYuan uses LoShu matching the Later Heaven BaGua as Application, 后天为用. Therefore, these sets of the 9 stars (comprising the LaterHeaven BaGua) form what is probably known as 天元纳甲盘. Each star is repeated 4 or 2 times forming 6 mountain groups within the 24 mountains such as the followings: -
1 - 子辰申癸, 6 - 甲乾, water
2 - 乙坤, 7 - 酉丑丁巳, fire
3 - 卯未亥庚, 8 - 艮丙 wood
4 - 辛巽, 9 - 午戌寅亥 metal
With each of the 4 elements balanced, these form the original SanYuan 9 stars ring within the 24 mountains. Again, you will notice that it is the LoShu matching the Later Heaven BaGua to derive NaJia as Application, 后天为用 and not the LoShu matching Early Heaven BaGua as the body or the Principle, 先天为体. Saying thus in application, the HeTu GuaQi is still accounted for.
EARTH YUAN PLATE 地元盘
We recap, from this version A we derived the NaJia 9 stars ring 天元纳甲盘. There is also a subsequent Earth Yuan Plate 地元盘, that we shall not disclose. From here, the next layer, we shall discuss about the different Yin YangYang and Yang YinYin configurations that form the so called modern SanYuan earth plate 24 YinYang Dragon 三元盘阴阳龙 as shown in version B (we shall discuss about it in detail some other time).
SANYUAN 3 NEEDLES 三元三盘
One SanYuan school advocated that there are 3 needles in the SanYuan LuoPan just liked its counterpart SanHe. These needles are the Heaven Human and Earth needles. They are meant to measure different things. As mentioned above, the original SanYuan YinYang Dragon is called the Heaven Needle as in version A while the contemporary SanYuan YinYang Dragon is called the Human Needle as in version B. What is absent is known as the Earth Needle. Without knowing this Earth needle, one will not able to measure earth Qi, thus not able to do FengShui… This SanYuan School in particular reckoned that the current known SanYuan earth plate 24 YinYang Dragon 三元盘阴阳龙 is not really the earth plate but the HUMAN plate instead…
OLD FOX SEE OLD FOX DO...
So, when OldFox says, “May be you do know but want to keep it as a secret until we can attend your classes to find out, or maybe you and David just want to tease us!”, reflects truly that the OldFox knows nuts about this subject, especially true when he says, “Only the SanHe LuoPan has the 3 Twenty-four-Mountain rings, SanYuan LuoPan only has one and the 3 SanYuan are built into the one ring…”. As it is OldFox needs to - “Get YOUR fundamentals right before you tell others to get theirs right! Indeed, there are plenty of craps being taught out there...”
As for the other friend from Indonesia, you will be glad to hear that SanYuan people also advocated LoShu matching the Later Heaven BaGua to derive NaJia as Application, 后天为用 but it is used in other unique ways.
SANYUAN YUANKONG GEOMANCY 三元元空風水
SanYuan is a school heavily annexed to the system of calendric sciences one being known as SanYuan QiMen DunJia 三元奇门遁甲. As time passes, the authentic art of SYQMDJ has been watered down. With the emergence of master liked Jiang DaHung notably bastardizing the work of grandmaster Yang YunSong as in DiLi BianZhen, XuanKong DaGua 玄空大卦 emerged to replace SanYuan DaGua 三元大卦. At one level, SanYuan is able to merge with SanHe. SanHe has remained to be the fore runner of YangGong method. All FengShui methods come from Qing WuZi before GuoPu and subsequently Yang YunSong. There is only one method – YangGong method or probably known also as GanZhou method. Subsequently, splinter group forms and SanYuan school was born and probably known also as FuJian method. SanYuan school is developed upon SanHe theories and at certain level, it merges.
The above description is commonly found in Google. It defines in face value the 24 mountains of the SanYuan Earth Plate. More important it can be grouped and defined with its respective YinYang as the followings: -
4 Graves, 4 Baths and 4 Stables are referred to the 12 growth phases. Stables are referred to Sickness or the Horse positions. The 4 Yang Stems and 4 Yin Stems together with the 4 Ordinal Gua complete the 24 mountains.
FENGSHUI BASICS - YINYANG OF THE SANYUAN 24 MOUNTAINS
The above said derived from TaiSu "Supreme Essence" ("Lai"BuYi) Expediting Officer Scroll (ChuiGuanPian) prescribed “odd matches odd, even matches even, LuoShu first arrange Early Heaven”.
- Kun = Absolute Yin = New Moon = Alignment with Sun = Yi wood = 1 Yang
- Zhen = Growth Yang = Waxing Crescent = Conjunction = Geng metal = 8 Yin
- Dui = Death Yin = Waxing Gibbous = Conjunction = Ding fire = 4 Yin
- Qian = Absolute Yang = Full Moon = Alignment = Jia wod = 9 Yang
- Xun = Growth of Yin = Waning Gibbous = Conjunction = Xin metal = 2 Yin
- Gen = Death of Yang = Waning Crescent = Conjunction = Bing fire = 6 Yin
- Kan = Extinct of Yang = Hidden Crescent = Hidden = Gui water = 7 Yang
- Li = Extinct of Yin = Hidden Crescent = Hidden = Ren water = 3 Yang
Kun Qian Kan Li are all 1,9,7,3 therefore Yang - Early Heaven Numbers.
Zhen Dui Xun Gen are all 8, 4, 2, 6 therefore Yin - Later Heaven Numbers.
Points to note:
- Because Kan and Li, the moon is hidden from Earth, Wu and Ji Earth elements follow Water Ren and Gui. Qian Early Heaven Gua is Li and Qian also receive Ren, therefore Li receive Ren water. Kun Early Heaven Gua is Kan and Kun also receive Gui, therefore Kan receive Gui water.
- As Stem is the Lateral Measurement of Qi, Branch is the Horizontal Measurement of Qi, the Later Heaven BaGua was used where Later Heaven of Gua: -
- Zhen receives Hai Mao Wei
- Dui receives Si You Chou
- Kan receives Shen Zi Chen
- Li receives Yin Wu Xu
ONE GUA CONNECTS QI, NAJIA ONE QI - 一挂同气, 纳甲一气
- Early Heaven Gua relationship is also known as One Gua connects Qi 一挂同气. Therefore in the Later Heaven BaGua, the same Gua is connected or have relationship with its Early Heaven counterparts. This is what it meant by connects Qi 同气.
- Each of the Gua receive stem NaJia 纳甲. Therefore they are also of the same Qi 一气. Saying so, the 4 Guas also receive branches, 8 Stems + 4 Guas + 12 Branches = 24 mountains.
Points to note:
- Moon Phase NaJia YinYang polarity especially on the Kan and Li Gua are wrong.
- Moon Phase NaJia adoption of the branches are wrong.
- Early Heaven as principle is wrong...
- NaJia has to be derived along side of NaYin, without that it is wrong... Also read details HERE.
Questions - Do you know what is the correct postulation of NaJia?
WHICH IS YOUR TAIJI 太极?
So, from these conversations, master JY elder preferred the "B" TaiJi Tu and proclaimed the "A" Taiji Tu to be sinister or having a negative value. If such is to be true, we may as well throw all the XKDG methods taught in the west into the rubbish dump... So, some well informed practitioners do say it correctly, only scholars should attempt to answer and not children in kindergarten. Do kindergarten kids teach FengShui in the West, especially North America?
YIJING TAIJI 易經太极
REAL YIN REAL YANG 真阴真阳
LUOSHU TAIJI 洛書太极
BOOK OF RIVER LUO 洛書
YINYANG BOUNDARY 阴阳界
In the following article we shall explain as to why SanYuan fundamentals are rooted on Early Heaven Bagua matching LoShu instead of the Later Heaven BaGua matching LuoShu as largely misinterpreted by the XuanKong school especially ShenShi XuanKong school of Flying Star... to be continue.
REGISTRATION OF INTEREST
天地阴阳五行之气 - heaven earth yinyang qi
Man understands Heaven and Earth YinYang 5 elements Qi as birth of the body, the body is the embodiment of YinYang 5 elements Qi.
However, 5 elements had Early Heaven and Later Heaven, Early Heaven 5 elements comprises Yang, Later Heaven 5 elements comprises Yin.
1,3,5,7,9 Yang 5 elements, as Early Heaven
2,4,6,8,10 Yin 5 elements, as Later Heaven
Using Early Heaven as discussion,
1 as YuanJing, forms water, as Ren water.
3 as YuanXing, forms wood, as Jia wood.
5 as YuanQi, forms earth, as Wu earth.
7 as YuanShen, forms fire, as Bing fire.
9 as YuanQing, forms metal, as Geng metal.
纳甲阴阳之论 - DISCUSSING NAJIA YINYANG
“Adorning 9 through 1, left 3 right 7, 2-4 as shoulder, 6-8 as sufficient.”
9,1,3,7 odd as Yang,
6,4,8,2 even as Yin.
“Adorning 9 through 1”: Early Heaven Qian south, Kun north, Qian 9, Kun 1 entirely odd, as Yang. Qian NaJia, Kun NaYi as Yang.
“Left 3 right 7”: Early Heaven Li east, Kan west, Li 3, Kan 7 entirely odd, as Yang. Li NaRen, and Li as Wu, SanHe structure of YinWuXu fire frame. Kan NaGui, and Kan as Zi, SanHe structure of ShenZiChen water frame. Therefore, Li (Wu) Ren Yin Xu, Kan (Zi) Gui Shen Chen are Yang.
“2-4 as shoulder”: Early Heaven Dui as southeast, Xun southwest, Dui 4, Xun 2 as even therefore Yin. Dui NaDing, Dui also You, SanHe structure of SiYouChou metal frame. Xun NaXin, Therefore, Dui (You) Ding Ji Chou, Xun Xin are Yin.
“6-8 as sufficient”: Early Heaven Zhen as northeast, Gen southeast, Zhen 8, Gen 6 as even therefore Yin. Zhen NaGeng, Zhen also Mao, SanHe structure of HaiMaoWei wood frame. Gen NaBing, Therefore, Zhen (Mao) Geng Hai Wei, Gen Bing are Yin.
The above said derived from TaiSu "Supreme Essence" ("Lai"BuYi) Expediting Officer Scroll (ChuiGuanPian) prescribed “odd matches odd, even matches even, LuoShu first arrange Early Heaven”.
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240 LongFenJing 二百四＋龍分
24 Mountains 二十四山
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60 TouDiLong 60透地龍
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72 ChuanShanLong 72穿山龍
7 Star Robbery Method 七星打劫法
8 Killing Yellow Stream 八煞黄泉
BaZhai MingJing 八宅明镜
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BaZiFEngShui 八字風 水
BaZi XingGe FenLei Fa 八字性格分类法
Betraying Master 欺師滅祖
BoSha AiXing Fa 撥砂挨星法
Chen WenGuo 陳文國
ChuanShan DouDi 穿山透地
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ChunYin ChunYang 纯阴纯阳
DiLi BianDanZi 地理鉛彈子
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DiLi XinFa 地理新法
DingGua JingKou Jue 定卦金口诀
Dragon God 龍神
Earth Xue 土穴
Eliminate Sha Acquire Water 消砂纳水
ErShi Ba TianXing 廿八天星
ErSi TianXing Fa 廿四天星法
ErYuan BaYun 二元八運
Eulogy Of QiuGong 丘公頌
FanFu Yin 反伏吟
FanGong Shui 反弓水
FangYuan Tu 方圓圖
FeiYao Fa 飛爻法
FengShui Canopy 天篷
FengShui LunLui Zhuan 風水輪流轉
FuMu ChaiGuan 子父財官
FuTou DingGong Fa 符頭定宮法
FuTou TuiGua 符頭推卦
FuXing ShuiFa 輔星水法
Genting FengShui 云顶風水大師
Guan Clan Ancestral Shrine 管氏宗祠
GuLau FangFa 古老方法
HanLong Jing 撼龍經
Heavenly Heart 天心
Heavenly Secret Important Saying 天機要語
HongLuan JiaZi 紅鸞甲子
HongLuan ShuiFa 紅鸞水法
Huang ShiGong 黄石公
HuaSha NaShui 消砂納水
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HunTian NaJia 渾天納甲
Hu ShunShen 胡舜申
Jiang JingChuan 江靜川
Jiao RenShan 焦仁山
JingKou Jue 金口訣
JingShui ReYue 金水日月
Lai BuYi 賴布衣
Lian TianChe 量天尺
Liao JunQing 廖均卿
Li DingXin DaShi 李定信大师
Li KuiMing 李居明
Lin ChunXiong 林春雄
LingTou Shui 淋头水
Lin JingBao 林金寶
LiuJia FeiGong 六甲飛宫
LiuJiangDong Grave 劉江東墓
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Liu ZhuFen 刘祖坟
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LuMa GuiRen Fa 祿馬貴人法
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Ode To Flying Stars 飞星赋
Ode To Mysticism 玄机赋
Peach Blossom Sha 桃花杀
PoJun DaiJia 破军带甲
QiMen SanShi 奇門三式
Qing Eastern Tombs 清东陵
QingLong LunJian 青龍論劍
QiongTong BaoJian 穷通宝鉴
QiZheng SiYou 七政四餘
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RenPan ZhongZhen BoSha Fa 人盤中針撥砂法
RiZhu ChuangRuo 日主强弱
SanBan Gua 三般卦
SanFen SanHe 三分三合
SanFen 三 墳
SanJi LiuXiu 三吉六秀
SanQi SiJi 三奇四吉
SanShen ShuiFa 三神水法
Sanyang ShuiFa 三阳水法
SanYuan DaGua 三元大卦
SanYuan FeiXing 三元飛星
SanYuan JiuXing Fa 三元九星法
SanYuan JiuYun 三元九運
Seat Of Wealth 财富座位
Secrets Of XuanKong 玄空秘旨
Shao WeiHua 邵偉華
ShenSha FengShui 神煞風水
SiMa DuoTuo 司馬頭陀
SiQi SanJi 四吉三奇
Sitting Mountain 8 Killing 坐山八煞
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SiZhu BaZhi 四柱八字
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TaiYi ShengShui 太一生水
Three Heavens 三天
TianDi FanYin 天地反吟
TianFu DiFan 天伏地反
TianXing Pai 天星派
TianYi GuiRen 天乙貴人
Tycoon Gou 郭台銘
Tycoon Grave 富翁墓
Tycoon Li 李富翁
Walking The Dragon 尋龍點穴
Water Shed Xue 水脱穴
Word Word Gold 字字金
WuChang Pai 無常派
WuGui YunChai 五鬼運財
WuMing Xue 无名穴
WuXin RenGe 五型人格
WuXin ShengKe Fa 五行生克法
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XianDai SanYao 現代三要
XKDG KouJue 玄空大卦口訣
XuanGuan ThongQiaoGe 玄關同竅歌
XuanKong 4 Classics 玄空四经
XuanKong DaGua 玄空大卦
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YangGong GuFa 楊公古法
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YangGong XinFa 杨公新法
YiGua ChunQing 一卦純清
Yin FengShui 阴风水
YinYang GuiRen 陰陽貴人
YiWu YiTaiJi 一物一太極
Zhang BiShi 張弼士
Zhang JiuYi 張九儀
Zhang QingYuan 张清渊
Zheng JinGui 郑景贵
ZhongHuo ErXing Fa 中火二星法
ZiBai Jue 紫白賦
ZiFu ChaiGuan 子父財官
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