Sounds frightening to you this word “poison arrow?” You may have learned it from Feng Shui experts or from writers online who see it as a key factor in hunting.
There are two types of energy in the Feng Shui Form School, namely:
- Sheng Qi (favourable energy) contributes to positive vibrations and good in life.
- Sha Qi (unfavourable energy) gives your house negative energy.
A poison arrow is Sha Qi in the form of concentrated energy from sharp objects pointing towards any part of your home and body.
It can be a human-made system or natural environment that causes this poison arrow and has various impacts, depending on the areas affected.
Poison Arrow and Internal Feng Shui Examples
- Sharp wall angles or furniture which point to you directly. To avoid the sha qi, you can shift it to a different location.
- Pointed corner tables: instead, choose one that has a rounded corner.
- Exposed beams overhead: You can choose a false ceiling to hide it.
- Open racks: installing the doors is always fine, but the angle is not sharp. Also, the room would be nicer as well.
- Column and Pillar: to block it, you can place a Feng shui tall plant in a pleasant location.
Poison arrow and external cure example Feng Shui Examples
- The main door to a dead-end road or a T-joint can provide dangerous energy: tree and bush can also be planted in front of the main entrance, acting as a defensive barrier to the poison arrow.
- The high elevation tower or the temple with its points may also generate some negative energy: Reflect with Bagua mirror.
- The main door to the long corridor is the best spot on the side of the corridor to slow down the bubbles with large oval-shaped leaves.