CASE STUDY - SETIAWALK AND WATER WATER EVERYWHERE
Drop by at Setiawalk recently for a FengShui audit. I cannot keep my eye away from the lush landscape with extensive use of water elements. Indeed coincident to the very notion of water-water everywhere. There are more to meet the eye but I would just disclose a little.
The center boulevard is high with F&B and very happening especially during the evening where pubs come alive and the opposite is observed for the shops facing outward, almost starving. The vibrant side is located along the Yin side of the man-made river and the Yang side takes a longer to peak.
Indeed the design of the river has YinYang almost unseen for an untrained eye. Some of the practitioners I brought along were surprised as all they see was water features and lush landscapes. They had missed the real ingredients besides saying, “Ah… the river is meandering, so it is sentimental water”. Those fans of HHC should use this life example for their trainings based on his book on SanHe water formula. I must admit it is purely land form befitting into the context of both SanHe and SanYuan methodology. Wonder if it is the work of “JayWhy”?
While you don’t have to do much on each of the F&B outlets but to decide on the location of the main door, the office lots were a little disappointing with many vacant lots desperately to be filled up. Upon visiting, the answer is obvious. The design has not taken FengShui into consideration. Maybe the master’s work does not include such.
POSTSCRIPT - CONTRADICTING YANGGONG METHOD
I had a brief discussion with some YangGong practitioner on this case. He pointed out that the greater formation is wood but the internal formation is metal. Water exiting in Shen being the prosperity palace of metal frame. True enough, the vibrancy of the area could not last.
This shows that both SanHe and SanYuan methods have to conform to YangGong method although someone else may think otherwise.
10/5/2014 11:58:11 pm
I am not so sure about your question but if you ask is there a flaw in Chinese astrology because the calendars had flaws? The answer is it is irrelevant to some extend. Astrology is called MingLi, the art of fate reading. For example ZiPing Bazi has always annexed to the Zhou solar calender. However some school believes that for the month, they will follow the Lunar Calender instead. ZWDS follows the Lunar calendar. QMDJ has 2 different approach. One follow the ZhiRun where intercallaration is required while the other ChaiBu, break n fix it again approach. Both approaches had its used but I am more attune to ZhiRun. All these systems are perpetually synchronized to reflect the season, asterism n the positions of the planets. Yet, the best compass is still the human body. Hope I answer your question.
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