How to calculate your Kua number

Feng Shui Tip: How to calculate your Kua number

In one of my earlier posts I talked about four auspicious directions and four inauspicious directions based on your Kua number. Today I will show you how to calculate your Kua number to find out your most favourable compass directions. 
This formula uses the Chinese year of birth to work out your Kua number. If you were born before February 4th then you need to deduct one year from your year of birth to get the equivalent Chinese year. If you were born after February 4th, then you do not need to make any changes to your year of birth. For example, if your birthday falls on the 10 of January 1981, then you will use 1980 as your year of birth.

For Males:

Take the last two digits of your year of birth and add them together. Keep adding the till you get a single number. Deduct this number from 10 if you were born before 2000, and from 9 if you were born after 2000. This will give you your Kua number. 
For example, if you are a male born in 1972. We add the last two numbers together- 7+2= 9. Then we deduct it from 10. 10-9= 1. So your Kua number is 1.

For Females: 

Take the last two digits of your year of birth and add them together. Keep adding them till you get a single number. Add 5 to this number if you were born before 2000, add 6 if you were born after 2000. Keep adding till you get a single digit. This will give you your Kua number.
For example, if you are a female born in 2002. We add the last two numbers together- 0+2= 2. Then we add it to 6. 2+6= 8. So your Kua number is 8.

I have calculated the Kua for a female born in 1972 as well, to show the difference between the two. 

If you are unable to work out the calculations, feel free to send me a message through email at shellysingh168@gmail.com and I can help you calculate it.
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Tapping into different directions for success

Tapping into different directions for different kinds of success



Different directions have a different meaning for every person and bring a different kind of luck for each person based on their date of birth. So if you are looking at improving a particular aspect of your life then you can focus on that direction and activate it.

  • If you are looking at improving your success at work then you should face your Sheng Chi or Success direction. You can face this direction when you are negotiating terms in important meetings too.
  • If you are taking exams or studying for exams, then you should try and face your Fu Wei or the Personal Development direction. 
  • If you are looking at improving your love life, then face your Nien Yen or Romance direction. 
  • For improving your health sit or sleep facing your Tien Yi or health direction.

I will share my earlier post from Facebook on how to calculate your Kua number, and how to find your good and bad directions, based on your Kua number. Once you have your Kua Number, you can then work out your directions. Memorise your good directions and then all you have to do to activate them, is to face one of your good direction. Use a good compass to work out all the directions in your house, office and business as well. You can use a normal Western compass or a Feng Shui compass too.

Another thing to keep in mind is that you do not need to flip the directions if you live in the ‘Southern Hemisphere’. All the directions work in the same way, be it the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere. So if your Success direction is ‘South’ then just find the ‘South’ of your Office or room, and face it to activate your Success Luck. 

Remember that Feng Shui starts working the moment you start applying it. If you want to change your life around then find your good directions and start applying them from today and see your luck improve. 
Good luck ๐Ÿ™‚

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