There are so many types of house layout, so how do you choose one with good Feng Shui? If you are not sure, the rule of thumb is to just choose one without any missing sector in the layout (缺角) and here is the reason.
In the ancient time, the Chinese is very particular in the “completeness” of a house because it symbolize positive chi and it will enhance the wealth luck and bring good fortune, so a square house layout is the best of all. That is why the ancient palace is always designed in a squarish outline. If the layout is not complete, it can cause negative vibe in the house and affect the occupant luck.
But in the modern era, it has been a norm to see houses with missing sectors and this will cause bad Feng Shui. So now you should take out your floor plan and see if you house has any missing sector.
If you split your floor plan and visualize in a ba gua format, you will discover that each sector in the bagua is the direction and also represent each family member. So lets see which sector belong to who.
Missing or protruding sector in the North-West
Family member affected: The father of house, especially those male above age of 45.
Health Affected: Head, lungs and big intestines.
Missing or protruding in the North
Family member affected: Second son.
Health Affected: Ear, kidney, reproductive organ and blood
Missing or protruding sector in the North-East
Family member affected: Third or Youngest son.
Health Affected: Hand, Stomach, joint
Missing or protruding sector in the South-East
Family member affected: Eldest Daughter
Health Affected: Shoulder, Guts, Mental, Hair
Missing or protruding sector in the South
Family member affected: Second Daughter
Health Affected: Eye, Tongue, Heart, Small Intestine, Blood related problem
Missing or protruding sector in the South-West
Family member affected: Mother
Health Affected: Stomach, skin, belly
Missing or protruding sector in the West
Family member affected: Youngest Daughter
Health Affected: Tongue, Throat, Lungs and any respiration organs
So here is the summary.
Remember to refer to this article next time when you are getting a new house.