The word Xuan Kong had been translated and interpreted in many ways. Mostly it depends on the Fengshui school’s understanding of this word.
The SanYuan understanding and interpretation is slightly different from that of the SanHe understanding.
In the QingNang AoYu and TianYu Jing, there were several mention of this word XuanKong.
To quote Qing Nang Ao Yu：
Ci and Xiong interaction conforms to XuanKong, Xiong and Ci can find within the Gua of XuanKong.
Ci and Xiong 雌与雄 are actually Yin and Yang, but, they are the ‘substantial” aspect of YinYang. Yin and Yang originally are both the abstract aspect of two extremes, such as male and female.
When we talk about Yin and Yang as Qi, we are referring to the non-substantial abstract aspect. On the other-hand when we talk about Ci and Xiong, we are talking about the substantial solid aspect.
Ci雌 means female. Xiong雄 means male.
So when you read the classics and find these two words, it actually means the male and female substantial aspect of phenomena.
Another verse is:
To understand XuanKong, everything is within the 5 Elements.
This verse has a very deep meaning. One aspect is that it is talking about the Dian Dian Dao theory of the 72 Dragons.
Another aspect is it is talking about the universal aspect of XuanKong.
“明玄空，只在五行中” and “玄空卦内寻”
These two phrases are actually pointing towards the mystical and profound YiJing trigrams and hexagrams that are in play within the mysterious and abstruse energy of the universe.
The word Xuan 玄means abstruse, mysterious or mystical; or it can mean black, deep dark unknown.
The word Kong 空means empty or void; or it can mean the sky or space.
When you coin these two singular words together as XuanKong 玄空，and try to find its meaning in any Chinese dictionary, you might not find any specific interpretation or meaning. Mostly, you might find a break up translation of individual word, such as Xuan as mysterious; and Kong as empty.
So, eventually you might need to rely on Chinese Metaphysics masters to give you a translation of this word XuanKong.
In a gist, XuanKong actually means the ‘Mysterious mystical voidness of the universal space’.
This is very abstract, but, in simple terms it can be understood in the contemporary sense as the ‘Universal energy that gives life to all phenomena on earth.’
If you read the following phrase, you might see this point.
Tian Yu Jing:
Great concern of Heaven and Earth is fixing Male and Female, nobility prosperity can be found within.
Flipping the Heaven and overturning the Earth matching not the same, the secret is in the XuanKong.
“the secret is in the XuanKong” actually means you can find the secret working of universal energy in the mysterious voidness of the uuniverse.
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MoonChin. April 2021
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I am currently rewritting this course, that was previously a Face to Face live course, to make it an online course, split into two courses.
One is the LiQi theory and practice online course.
The other, is the Landform Course, that is still a live course, because the student needs to go ‘walking the dragon’ to learn about Dragons, embraces, and Xue identification.
I am also giving a special offer to the first ten students who signed up for this online course: it includes FOC, the Shengji (Live Burial) course,
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The fengshui method of this course is based on teachings by the ancient fengshui sage Yang Jun Song.
While many masters called this method Yang Gong Fengshui, but in the words of the late GrandMaster Li Ding Xing…… This method should be called : 双山三合五行风水, Double mountain, triple combination, five elements, fengshui. (That’s a mouthful of words…)
So, I just plainly called it, Professional Yin Zhai Fengshui.
There are currently two methods that came out of the Yang Jun Song school:
A. Old method that uses only the Tian Pan and Di Pan of the Luopan,
B. A new method that incorporated the Ren Pan of the Luopan.
I am using the old method commonly called GuFa 古法 or Ancients method.
GM Li had done extensive research on this method and had written hundreds of pages of his findings.
In Malaysia, I also did research and have included all the findings in this course.
In this course you shall be taught:
1. Ancient Classics used in this method. There are four classics – – ZangShu, QingNangAoYu, TianYuJing and YuCheJing.
2. How to use the Luopan. Explanation on the different rings of the Luopan. The essence of this method is from the classics that describes how to use the luopan.
3. Date selection. In any fengshui audit, date selection for remedying and implementation is a must. More importantly, in Yin Zhai fengshui, date selection for every step of the burial is a MUST.
4. Traditional burial practices. How to place the Luopan. What you can and what you cannot do. When you can do and when you cannot do.
5. You shall be taught the special practice method on how to see Qi. Those who have affinity and who have good karma can be successfully trained to see qi. It needs hard work and consistency in practice.
For the the other Live course, the Landform course, that is taught separately, you shall learn:
There is a practical lesson on walking the Dragon.
You shall be taught what is highland dragon and what is lowland dragon.
You shall be taught the method to identify the Four Major Watergates.
You shall be brought to various memorial grounds to show you what are good landforms and what are bad landforms.
You shall also be taught the most crucial knowledge in landform – – how to identify a Xue (dragon cave).
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