Symbol For Good Luck

Symbol For Good Luck

Various Feng Shui symbols for Good Luck

Auspicious Dimensions for Good luck

Symbol For Good LuckSymbol For Good Luck

In symbolic Feng Shui, there are certain dimensions which are considered to be good for bringing healthy luck whereas, certain dimensions are believed to bring Bad luck to you also. If we see in case of furniture, it also bring good luck chi to you with its lucky and unlucky dimensions. The table, chair, cupboard, etc, can be measured with Feng Shui ruler specially made for these. The Feng Shui ruler has eight cycles of dimensions out of which four are auspicious and four are inauspicious. The measure of each cycle is equal to 17 inches or 43cms and further each cycle is divided into eight portions. The cycles of auspicious and inauspicious dimensions repeats itself over and over to infinity. These dimensions proved very beneficial in every case.

The four auspicious Dimensions

1. Chai

This is the first portion of the cycle and is divided into four categories of good luck. The dimension is between 0 inches to 2 1/8 inches or 5.4 cms. The first half inch brings money, the second brings jewels, and the third brings six types of good luck, and fourth brings abundance.

2. Yi

This is the fourth portion of the cycle and it brings good luck by bringing helpful people in life. This is also divided into four categories. The dimension is between 6 3/8 inches and 8 ½ inches or in cms it’s between 16.2 cms to 21.5 cms. The first ½ inch brings good children luck, the second brings unexpected income, the third predicts successful son, and the fourth brings excellent good fortune.

3. Kwan

This is the fifth section of cycle and brings power luck. The dimension is between 8 ½ inches and 10 5/8 inches or in cms between 21.5 cms to 27 cms. The first ½ inches brings good luck in exams, the second brings special luck, the third improves income and the fourth brings laurels for the family.

4. Pun

This dimension is between 14 7/8 to 17 inches or 37.5 cms to 43.2 cms. The first section increases money flow, the second brings examination luck, third brings jewels and fourth brings prosperity.

The Four inauspicious dimensions

1. Pi

This dimension is between 2 1/8 inches to 4 1/8 inches or 5.4 cms to 10.8 cms. This dimension brings bad luck especially illness. The first ½ inch means less flow of income, second indicates legal problems, the third brings bad luck which can send somebody in jail, fourth refers to death of either the spouse.

2. Li

This dimension is between 4 2/8 to 6 3/8 inches or 10.8 cms to 16.2 cms. This category leads to separation. The first ½ inches brings a host of bad luck. Second predicts loss of money third brings meeting of unimportant people and fourth brings loss of everything.

3. Chieh

This dimension is between 10 5/8 to 12 6/8 inches or 27 cms to 32.4 cms. This dimension refers to loss. The first 1.2 inch means death of a person, second means loss of livelihood, third brings total disgrace and fourth indicates huge loss of money.

4. Hai

This dimension is between 12 6/8 inches to 14 7/8 inches or 32.4 cms to 37.5 cms. These dimensions indicate extreme bad luck. The first refers to disasters, second to death, third brings sickness and fourth refers to scandals and quarrels.

So, these eight cycles of the dimensions repeated itself in the same manner infinitely. The way to use these dimension are like- for new office table i.e. height, as well as breadth within the range of these dimensions listed below:

Auspicious dimensions
0’’ to 2 1/8’’
6 3/8’’ to 8 ½’’
8 ½ ’’ to 10 5/8’’
14 7/8’’ to 17’’
17’’ to 19 1/6’’
23 3/8’’ to 25 ½’’
25 ½’’ to 27 5/8’’
31 7/8’’ to 34’’
34’’ to 36 1/8’’
40 3/8’’ to 42 ½’’
48 7/8’’ to 51’’
51’’ to 53 1/8’’
57 3/8’’ to 59 ½’’
59 ½’’ to 61 5/8’’
65 7/8’’ to 68’’
68’’ to 70 1/8’’

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