Handling the Central Palace

February 27, 2024 by Scheherazade Merchant | 0 comments

I happen to have a large client-base in USA. The most unfortune part that cannot be solved in most of the homes, is a staircase in the central palace. Time and time again, you see the central palace obstructed or impaired with the stairwell, or an elevator in one case for an Arthritic Granny. And what can one do? Nothing!

Now who does the central palace impact?

  • Head of the household
  • Gua 5 person

Issue: heart, head, health and Anger

Now even in the Indian version of Feng Shui that’s called Vaastu, we maintain that the central palace also known as Brahamasthaan, should be kept light or unencumbered. Just saying, its not only a Chinese thing.

So what to do?

We need to identify the issue that comes from any of the following situations by checking if the Central palace has:

1.A staircase

2.An Elevator,

3.A toilet,

4.A laundry room,

5.A dishwasher,

6.A kitchen,

7.A stove,

8.An area active due to multiple doorways,

9.The main door

10.Or entering the home from garage right into the central palace.

11.A Stove in a central island even if it is not in the center of the home, but by virtue of being in the center of the kitchen can prove as problematic

12.A water feature in the central palace.

Now, defining the central palace is another conundrum and I will not degenerate into that side discussion as that’s another topic for another day.

If any of the above relates to you, you have an issue. Arguments, general feeling of disorientation, health & money lost or wasted or an inability to save.

Lets look at a solution:

If possible, don’t use the upper floor so the staircase is then not used. That’s really impractical I know, but if it’s just one or two people, it is possible.

If it’s a stove issue, its easy: Move the stove or don’t use the offending one and get a new induction stove and plug it in immediately solving their pain.

If there is a water body, drain it.

If there is an elevator, switch it off.

If dishwasher, then re-locate.

Ideally, one needs to move out of such a home. Everything you do needs to fixate on finding a home with the central palace at peace.

There are exceptions, though. If the central palace is big and wide and the Qi can breathe and circulate, then its less negative. These are more like air wells than trapped Qi in central palaces.

Somehow, if the facing and central palace are merged into one large spacious palace, it is not too bad. It is when the central palace is squeezed that’s when there is an issue.



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