Mountain Feng Shui and the 5 element shapes of the Mountain
We talked about the good Water Feng Shui last time, and this article is all about the Mountain Feng Shui. It might not be common to see a real mountain in the city, but anything higher is considered Mountain. All the tall buildings around us are the modern day mountains too.
The mountain is closely related to health and relationship in many schools of Feng Shui. How do we use mountain to increase our health and relationship luck? We have to know different types of the mountains first.
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The 5 element shapes of the mountain and the auspicious mountain qualities
The best mountain shape should have a gentle curve instead of a sharp or square angle. It should match the owner’s Ba Zi chart. If one’s Ba Zi birth chart favors the Fire element, for example, the fire type of mountain is good for this person.
If you are not sure about your favorable element according to your birth chart, search “Ba Zi calculator” online and input your birth info, It should show all your elements. Usually, the missing element is your favorable element because that is the one you need most.
Setting up your own mountain for support and helpful people
We should have solid support in the back when we sit down on a chair or lie down on a bed. You can use a wall, tall furniture, or even picture of a mountain as the support in the back. Avoid traffic or window behind you.