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Metal Fengshui Luopan Compass

Metal Fengshui Luopan Compass

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The Geomantic Feng Shui Compass is an ancient Chinese compass that uses the luo pan to illustrate not only direction but also investigate the energy of each direction. It is used by geomancers to survey geomantic omen, or as a geomantic omen for evil spirits and auspiciousness.

This tool has been used for centuries in order to help people find suitable sites according to Feng Shui. With this compass, you can be sure that you’ll find the perfect spot for your project. The precision of the Geomantic Feng Shui Compass is unparalleled, making this an ideal tool for those looking to achieve their optimal results with the power of Feng Shui. Make sure you have all you need to make accurate decisions – get your Geomantic Feng Shui Compass today!


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Feng Shui Compass

How A Feng Shui Compass Works?

A Feng Shui compass, also known as a Luo Pan, is a traditional Chinese compass used in Feng Shui practice to determine the energy flow and layout of a space. Here is how it works:

  1. Orientation: First, the compass is placed on a flat surface and oriented according to the cardinal directions of north, south, east, and west.
  2. Rings: The compass is composed of a series of concentric rings. The outermost ring is the degree ring, which is marked in increments of 15 degrees. The next ring is the 24 Mountains ring, which divides the compass into 24 sections based on the 24 compass directions.
  3. Needles: The Feng Shui compass has two needles: the red needle, which is the south-seeking needle, and the black needle, which is the north-seeking needle. The red needle always points south, and the black needle always points north.
  4. Elements: Each section of the 24 Mountains ring corresponds to one of the five elements of Feng Shui: wood, fire, earth, metal, or water. The elements are arranged in a specific order, known as the productive cycle, which describes the way they interact with each other. For example, wood produces fire, fire produces earth, earth produces metal, metal produces water, and water produces wood.
  5. Energy flow: By using the compass to determine the direction and element of each section of a space, a Feng Shui practitioner can determine the energy flow and balance of the space. This information can then be used to make adjustments to the layout and decor of the space in order to enhance the flow of positive energy and improve overall harmony and balance.

Who Use Feng Shui Compass in Ancient China?

In ancient China, Feng Shui compasses were primarily used by Feng Shui practitioners and geomancers, who were responsible for assessing and optimizing the energy flow and layout of buildings, tombs, and other structures. These practitioners were highly respected and sought after for their knowledge and expertise in manipulating the natural energies of the environment to promote health, prosperity, and well-being.

The use of Feng Shui compasses dates back thousands of years, and they were widely used by emperors, nobles, and wealthy landowners to ensure that their homes, palaces, and estates were built and arranged in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui. The compass was considered an essential tool for anyone seeking to harness the power of Qi, or life force energy, and to create a harmonious living and working environment.