A Multi Disciplinary Approach To Vaastu Energy


Feng Shui and Numerology

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese practice considering the environment to be a metaphor for everything that occurs in your life. Chinese numerology is based on homophonic principles. If a number sounds like a similar word that means something good, it is considered to be a good number. Numbers are either yin (even) or yang (odd). Yang numbers are considered more fortunate. A favourable address combines yin and yang; otherwise they seem to coincide with lifestyles that are heavily weighted toward one function e.g. possibly all work and no play. Zero represents nothing, perfection, completion and harmony.

PLEASE NOTE:  Don't get hung up on having an 'unlucky' number.  I consider the following to be in the same class as superstition.... if you believe in it and it does positive things for you....Great!  If it causes distress... ignore it and move on.. 

How to find the energy of your home

Adding the numbers (e.g. 28 = 2+8=10, then breaking multiple digit numbers down to one digit using the same method, i.e. 1+0=1 ... hence a 'ONE' energy


In Chinese it sounds like the word for "honour" and is considered lucky.


Sounds similar to "sure". Two stands for "doubling up" (as in"double your happiness") and for symmetry. It is considered a good number.


Sounds like "growth" or "alive" and is therefore lucky.


Sounds like "death", very unlucky unless combined with a favourable number.


Popular because it signifies balance and when combined with 2, 4, 6, or 8 it’s extremely auspicious because each pair of numbers is balanced.


Similar to "wealth”, extremely popular.


Sounds like Cantonese for "sure" - a very fortunate or lucky number.


Sounds like "multiply" and represents good luck - a fertile number too, so if you desire many sons, live in a house with eight in the address.


One of the luckiest as it sounds like the word for "longevity" and "long life".


It implies completeness. It’s not however particularly auspicious because it is a yin number.

Lo Shu Square

The Lo Shu square is a 3 x 3 grid (nine sectors). What makes it so remarkable is that every vertical, diagonal and horizontal row adds up to 15. Zero is not represented because it is considered perfect and a symbol of completion. Numbers 1 through 9 are used in Chinese numerology. The number five is located in the center of the square.

Lo Shu Square










Lo Shu Square and Feng Shui

The Lo Shu Square is used in Compass School Feng Shui with the Flying Star theory (Xuan Kong Fei Xing). The square allows a feng shui practitioner to analyze a house or office building to determine oncoming changes that affect the residents or office workers.

Numbers and Meanings
Number Meaning Direction
One Unity North
Two Double Happiness & Easy Southwest
Three Growth East
Four Death Southeast
Five Nothing Center
Six Profitable Northwest
Seven Certainly & For Sure West
Eight Prosperous Northeast
Nine Enough South

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