4:59 pm - Saturday July 20, 2019

Feng shui

Feng Shui Compass

Compass is one of the principal objects used in Feng Shui. It came into existence two thousand years back. Compass is a historic device, developed by the ancient gurus of Feng Shui. With time it has evolved and today, it is considered as sacred - the crux of all Feng Shui knowledge. Feng Shui compass is also knows as Luo Pan or Lo Pan. 'Luo' means a net that encompasses everything and 'Pan' refers to a plate or utensil. Metaphorically, a compass is the combination of both Heaven and Earth and refers to the electro magnetic field which holds all the matter together.

Compass is must for a Feng Shui practitioner and without it; he is merely practicing interior designing. The Compass or Luo Pan covers all the directions of the house, evaluates the energy in the specific area and calculates the prosperity count of the same. There are eight directions, North, South, East, West, Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and Southwest. These are indicated on the Luo Pan, as 24 divisions of 15 degrees each. A degree here and there indicates a completely different house type.

Feng Shui compass is available in different sizes and is available for varied reasons. The 4 inch version corresponds to 4 seasons, the 8 inch version is based on the Ba-Gua and the 12 inch version refers to the 12 branches. A compass consists of a number of concentric rings, with a magnetic needle in the center. This is loaded with tons of information regarding Feng Shui. The base of the compass is usually red, which symbolizes auspiciousness in Chinese culture. The color red also keeps the energy around the compass, clear.

 

Other Categories

Bagua
Feng Shui Candles
Feng Shui Compass
Feng Shui Crystal
Feng Shui Dragon
Feng Shui Fountain
Lucky Bamboo
Feng Shui Mirror
Feng Shui Turtle

Main Categories

Feng Shui
Feng Shui Architecture
Feng Shui Home
Feng Shui Office
Feng Shui Products
Feng Shui Types
Feng Shui Colors
Feng Shui Cures
Feng Shui Decoration
Feng Shui Design
Feng Shui Elements
Feng Shui Garden
Feng Shui Gifts
Feng Shui Plants
Feng Shui Principles
Feng Shui Symbols
Feng Shui History
What is Feng Shui
Yin and Yang