Feng Shui is an elegant and renowned system of balancing or perfecting the energies of nature within and around a space or structure, for providing health, wealth, and happy fortune to people residing at. This traditional system of geomancy has been being used popularly in China and other countries, since the ancient times dating back to over 3000 years.
Feng Shui uses the theories and techniques of Yin and Yang, and five fundamental elements (Wu Xing) of wood, fire, earth, metal, and water, in order to provide positive and prospering Qi. Qi is considered as a movable life force of the nature, with constructive or destructive qualities. Today, Chinese Feng Shui is widely and hugely used for making auspicious and prosperous buildings and structures, and in preventing the negative Qi, through a variety of techniques and resources. Uses of feng shui numerology, aquariums, a variety of crystals and fountains, colors, clocks, etc., are some of prominent methods followed by feng shui cures. he traditional and modern practices of Feng Shui use the principles derived from the traditional schools, such as the Form School and Compass School, and focus exclusively on the uses of Bagua. The Form School, which is essentially and mainly concerned with the shape and location, orientation, environment, etc. of the land or a structure, is the oldest traditional school of Feng Shui, followed from the times of the ancient Han Dynasty. The Compass School deals with 'Qi' in all eight Cardinal Directions, using techniques like the Loupan, Flying Star, Eight Mansions, etc.
In this section, presented is information regarding the auspicious or lucky and unlucky numbers, as per the conceptions of Chinese Feng Shui. Through proper selection of numbers, the prosperity and security of people, buildings, objects, equipments, etc., can be assured.
In feng shui, numbers are broadly divided into two major categories - Yin (even) and Yang (odd). TAs per the principles of fengshui numerology, the yang numbers are considered more auspicious, lucky, and fortunate. The multiple digit numbers can be broken down to single digit (through summing them up repeatedly), yin or yang numbers, for checking auspiciousness or favorability. Recognized fengshui conceptions regarding numbers, are described in the following paragraphs, separately in detail. Zero is generically considered to represent completion, perfection, or vastness.Number One:
It is regarded commonly as a lucky number, worthy of honor.Number Two
This indicates symmetry and doubling up anything. Hence, it is considered a good number.Number Three
In Cantonese Language, this sounds like being alive or growth-oriented. Hence, it is considered lucky.Number Four
This sounds as 'death' in the Cantonese language, and is therefore, commonly regarded as being an ominous or unlucky number, unless associated with a good or favorable number.Number Five
Deemed lucky for signifying balance.Number Six
It evinces wealth, and is therefore, quite prosperous.Number Seven
In Cantonese it sounds like 'sure'; consequently, it is recognized as a very lucky number.Number Eight
It sounds like 'Multiply' in Cantonese, and implies prosperity. Hence, it is commonly taken as a progressive and lucky number. It is believed that a house with number 8 in address is extremely suitable and good to a person desirous of possessing many sons.Number Nine
Prominently considered as one of the luckiest numbers in fengshui numerology. In Cantonese its pronunciation means longevity.Number Ten
As it implies completeness, it is considered as favorable; but not very auspicious because of being a yin number.In Feng Shui, the good, auspicious, and lucky numbers, in general, are --- 8, 80, 88, 108, 18, 28, 38, 48, 68, and 54, 84, 99, 168, and many other numbers. The numbers 4 and 13 are considered as being extreme ominous. If you have anything marked with number 4 or 13, Feng Shui suggests you to encircle the marking, in order to prevent its harmful and inauspicious effects.