Why are there two ways to apply the Bagua Map?

When I ask people what they find confusing about Feng Shui, most of the time the answer is that they can’t figure out how to place the bagua map.

Should they do it by the directions or by aligning the bottom of the bagua map with the wall that contains the main door?

Watch this short video to learn the difference once and for all, so that you can choose the way that resonates most with your heart.

The two ways to apply the Bagua Map to a floor plan in Feng Shui

Why we line up the bottom of the Feng Shui Bagua Map with the wall that contains the main entrance to the building.

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If you watched the two videos above in their entirety, share with me, which way to use the bagua map makes more sense to you, and why?

Could you relate to the explanation of the “compass of the heart” (aligning the bottom of the bagua map with the door that has the main entrance) having a relationship to both the ideal Feng Shui site in the country and human biology?

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