What's the Fundamentals of Yin House Feng Shui?


The 3 most important principles of Yin House Feng Shui

Fundamentals (1) Sufficient sunlight: The Yin House itself is a Yin area, if it is not exposed to the sunlight for a long period of time, Yin Qi will accumulate, which will lead to the decrease of male members in the family.

Fundamentals (2) Electricity wires: When choosing a Yin House, make sure there are no electricity wires passing above, as the magnetic field generated by high-voltage wires can cause an imbalance in Yin House Feng Shui. In serious cases, it will lead to the downfall of the family's fortunes.

Fundamentals (3) Vegetation: Usually there will be plants grown around the graveyards, such as flowers, which will not have much effect on Feng Shui. However, if it is large tree roots, the roots will easily penetrate into the grave and bring negative energy.

Principle (1) Surrounded by mountains and water features: The rear of the graves must be surrounded by mountains. The center must be wide and surrounded by flowing water. If it is a plain, it should be lower in the front and higher at the back, and there are buildings with moderate height on the left and right. The rear should be high and with flowing water on the left.

Principle (2) Low terrain: The taboo of Yin House Feng Shui is that the graves are surrounded by higher terrain. Avoid choosing a spot with poor natural environments and low terrains which will be flooded.

Principle (3) Direct exposure to wind and humidity: avoid deserted and dangerous areas and avoid direct exposure to wind and humidity.

The 4 Highlights of Yin House Feng Shui

  1. Surrounded by mountains and water features: As the saying goes, mountains govern posterity while water governs wealth. Choosing mountains can bring prosperity to future generations, while choosing water can usher in wealth. Stones are the bones while water is the life of mountains. Without water, the mountain is without its soul; good Feng Shui is bound to consist of mountains and water.
  2. Facing the Vermilion Bird with Black Tortoise at the back, embracing spots on the right and left: “Left Azure Dragon, Right White Tiger, Front Vermilion Bird, Back Black Tortoise” is the preferred choice for selecting a burial site. This is a summary of the surrounding terrain of land with good geomantic omen. It means that it is surrounded by mountains on all sides, with a spacious basin in the middle, and the “spot” mentioned in Yin House Feng Shui refers to the basin.
  3. Winding water or zigzag path: As the saying goes, a straight path is punchy, and a curved path is smooth. That is, the paths should be curved, the water should be meandering. Curved and winding is considered good Feng Shui and pattern.
  4. Open yard: Observe the water-mouth and look for an open yard while deciding the meridian spots. Also, a spot with calm stream of water comes first and steady flow of wind comes second. There should be wide and vibrant open yards in front of the graves, so the descendants will have a bright future.

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The Burial Culture of the Fuzhou People
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The Burial Culture of the Fuzhou People

The deceased are usually “buried and at rest” but the Fuzhou people have a tradition of above ground burial.