Yang Gong FengShui: Fundamental Theories (eBook)
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About The Book:
This is my first book on FengShui and I wrote this book because I felt that it is about time that a YangGong Fengshui Practitioner with a good working knowledge of English started to help propagate the correct concept of YangGong GuFa FengShui (YangGong Ancient Method FengShui).
Presently, there are actually a few types of YangGong FengShui being practiced worldwide, and especially in China, where it is the place of Origin of FengShui. There are, including YangGong GuFa FengShui, the New Method of YangGong FengShui called YangGong XinFa, and then there is the Lai BuYi FengShui, which is also a branch of YangGong FengShui.
The new methods started to be developed about two generations after Yang JunSong (834AD — 904AD) died during theTang Dynasty. He had several closed door disciples and amongst them two were quite famous. One was Liu JiangDong, and another was Ceng WenCan. Ceng WenCan was reputed to be the prodigy of Yang JunSong because it was rumoured that he was the keeper of all the secret writings of Yang JunSong.
During those days, YangGong FengShui was only taught to male descendants of the disciples of Yang JunSong, and no outsiders could have access to the teachings. It was about two generations later that it started to change. It will be too lengthy to go into historical details here, but in a nutshell, YangGong FengShui, especially during the Song Dynasty, slowly was being taught to disciples who were not family members.
There was one second generation disciple who became very famous. His name was Lai BuYi. There are several accounts of from whom he learnt YangGong FengShui but I narrowed it down to two accounts that sounded more logical.
One account said that he learnt YangGong FengShui from his father who was also reputed to be a disciple of Yang JunSong. Another account said that he was the son-in-law of Ceng WenCan, the prodigy of Yang JunSong.
Lai Bu Yi was a genius, like Yang JunSong, and he went on to develop his own version of YangGong FengShui, with additional theories that he developed himself basing on his knowledge of BaZi 八 字 (Chinese astrology) and Zi Wei Dou Shu (紫 微 斗 数 Purple Star astrology).
He developed the RenPan ZhongZhen人 盘 中 针 (Human Plate Center Needle) of the Loupan罗 盘and used that as Xiao Sha Na Shui消 砂 纳 水 (auditing of external environment). The RenPan is actually based on his own specialized knowledge of the 28 constellations that is the main backbone of Purple Star astrology.
YangGong GuFa use only the TianPan FengZhen (天 盘 缝 针 Heaven Plate Seam Needle) for Xiao Sha Na Shui 消 砂 纳 水 (auditing of external environment), and this means that from Lai BuYi’s time onwards, was the start of YangGong XinFa.
By writing this book, I hope to disseminate to the interested public and to FengShui researchers, an opportunity to glimpse into the theories and practices of YangGong GuFa, so that they may have a good understanding now, and for their future studies or research deeper into this method.
This book only offers the basic knowledge and no oral secrets will be revealed. But by reading this book, the reader will have a very good grounding for further research in to more difficult theories and practices of YangGong GuFa.
Caveat: This book is not about how great YangGong FengShui is and this book will not make comparisons with other FengShui methods except in one chapter where there is mention of other concepts of ShengQi. The intention of writing this book is purely to disseminate the correct concept of Yang Gong FengShui.