Feng Shui Poison Arrow Tips for Home

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.