天斩煞 / “Tian Zhan Sha” is generally created if there is a gap between 2 high-rise buildings. It will direct the undesirable qi / energy to the facing units.If you view this from a far distance, it seems like a large building being slashed into half by a heavenly knife. What is the criteria to be considered as “Tian Zhan Sha”?- It will only be valid if the 2 buildings are less than 100m apart and more than 60m tall.
What Does “Tian Zhan Sha” Means in Feng Shui?
In the above illustration, the building no 123 is facing a narrow wind gap and could be affected by the Sha Qi (天斩煞). Imagine if the flow of the strong wind is penetrating through the gap between the 2 buildings and also depending on the intensity of the strong wind, will be generating the undesirable killing energy or strong winds to the facing units.
If any part of your house is facing this sha qi, it will affect the occupant in that particular room with
- serious health issues
- accidents and mishaps
- hospitalisation and operations
B. Place plants to disperse the Sha Qi
You can also display plants with big leaves at the Sha Qi entry to disperse or slow down the negative energy from gushing into the home
C. Display Ba Gua Mirror
Display Ba Gua on the door/window or balcony to reflect the negative feng shui energy away from pointing at your home, but here are a few pointers to take note when using Ba Gua.
- Always get a Ba Gua that is convex for reflecting negative Sha qi (Do not get the concave type)
- Hang the Ba Gua mirror to face outside and NOT inside of the house
- Do not have your Ba Gua mirror facing other people’s house
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