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The Feng Shui Kua Number System, often referred to as the Ming Gua (Ming signifying ‘Life’ and Gua signifying ‘Pattern’), plays a pivotal role in determining one’s lucky and inauspicious directions, contingent upon the year of their birth. The system categorizes individuals into two distinct groups, classifying them as either East or West types.

Within the East group, we find individuals born in the associated years 1, 3, 4, and 9. In contrast, the West group comprises those with Kua numbers 2, 6, 7, and 8. Before you delve directly into discovering your Kua number, if you already know it, we encourage you to consider the significance of the misinformation widely circulating on the internet.

It’s worth noting that female and male individuals born in the same year do have the same Kua numbers, regardless of their gender. To provide further clarity and accuracy, we have incorporated a straightforward Kua number calculator for you to cross-verify the correctness of your Feng Shui Kua number.

Moreover, in the event that you ascertain your Kua number to be 5, we offer a more comprehensive description of the unique personality traits.

Go directly to your Life Kua Number (personal) here:

What does the Kua number meaning?

Without a doubt, the best way to describe the Kua number meaning is to compare it with your life’s DNA. At the point you were born, the specific star energies at this present time were absorbed by your body and mind. While you were still in the “Labor-Room” all the energy had entered the body to create a blueprint to shape your character.

Indeed, this is why people do have different characters even born on the same day. Of cause, the question is what benefits one can have from this system? As a matter of fact, the Feng Shui Kua Number or Ming Gua system determines the best directions for a person. Some famous Feng Shui Masters tweaked the data to show where the Wealth, Success, and Health sections are in life.

If you’ve ever wondered why your quality of sleep in the bedroom doesn’t quite match up to your partner’s, yet you find remarkable success working in your home office, the answer may lie in the individual’s alignment with favorable and unfavorable directions, where the balance of harmony, success, and health Qi is at its peak.

Upon closer examination, we discover that based on your birth date, there are four favorable and four unfavorable directions assigned to you. It would be beneficial to harness this free source of Qi enhancement. Let’s now delve into a step-by-step guide on how you can gain this valuable support.

Female vs. Male Feng Shui Kua number

This is perhaps one of the most misleading and erroneous ideas ever propagated. Why should a female have a distinct Ming Gua number from a male when they share the exact same birth date?

Imagine looking at male and female twins born under the zodiac sign of the Ox. It’s evident that people wouldn’t question whether the girl should have a different zodiac sign from the boy. Similarly, it’s a misconception in the life Kua system that males and females should have different Ming Gua numbers.

I’m still puzzled as to why this notion hasn’t been questioned more thoroughly and has been accepted without scrutiny. To debunk this myth, we need to travel back in time and understand that scholars deliberately disseminated incorrect information to the uneducated general public.

A monk named Yi Xing developed the Ba Zhai school around a thousand years after the Flying Star system, with the Form School being even older. In this particular case, the highly literate monk was entrusted with the task of creating a system that was intentionally leaked to the enemies of the Chinese Emperor, the Mongols.

When the Mongols obtained this system, they believed they had acquired a magical key to overpower the Chinese Emperor. Little did they know that it was a false system, although it appeared highly authentic, ultimately leading to their decisive defeat. This historical event is documented in texts known as the “Feng Shui Classics for the Barbarians.”

How to Calculate Your Feng Shui Kua Number?

The system categorizes individuals into two distinct groups, referred to as the East Group and the West Group. To determine your group, you’ll need to calculate your Kua number first, which is based on your birth date.

There are two methods available for this calculation. The first involves a straightforward formula, and the second option is to use our Kua number calculator. The number (Y) generated by the calculator will reveal your personal life Kua number.

Once you’ve determined your Kua number, you can proceed to the designated section to learn more about the favorable and unfavorable personal directions, chracter traits, as well as identify your group affiliation (East or West).

How to calculate Kua Number for Males and Females:

Take the birth date last second digits and add them together. Now add both numbers to get a single digit number. Once done, subtract this number by 10. Sounds complicated, but sure it is not. Let’s take a look at an example:

  • Your birth year: 1973 = take 7 +3 = 10
  • Now the “10” has to become a single digit one: 1 + 0 = 1
  • Deduct 10 from 1 and you get 9
  • Perfect, your Gua number is “9′

Remark: Since the female Kua number was long ago debunked and is no longer seen as accurate by many Feng Shui masters, we no longer employ it. For this reason, we highly recommend the male version as the universal Kua number for females as well.

Feng Shui Kua (Gua) Number Calculator:

Utilize our convenient and user-friendly Feng Shui Kua (Gua) calculator to ascertain your life Gua number. The number denoted as (Y) corresponds to your personal Kua number.

Meet the East and West Group

The Ming Gua system categorizes individuals into two distinct groups: the East Group and the West Group. After determining your group affiliation, you can then explore the favorable and unfavorable compass directions. Now that you’ve identified your Feng Shui Kua number, it’s time to establish the connection to these groups:

  • East Group: The numbers 1, 3, 4, and 9
  • West Group: 2, 6, 7, 8
  • Center: 5

Have you observed something peculiar? Indeed, the deliberate absence of the number 5 has not escaped notice. In certain schools of Feng Shui, the exclusion of 5 is intentional, as it is typically associated with the central position.

Each of these nine numbers boasts a distinctive DNA blueprint, shaping an individual’s character in a unique way. In due course, we will delve deeply into how each star number influences and defines a person’s character.

But what occurs when a spouse or partner belongs to a different group? Naturally, this situation could lead to conflicts, yet there are various methods for addressing such discrepancies. One common approach involves giving priority to the primary income earner within the partnership.

How can the Feng Shui Kua system help me?

The Feng Shui Kua System serves as an ideal method for pinpointing a person’s auspicious directions, which are of utmost importance in enhancing one’s overall luck. The Ming Gua Trigram encompasses a total of eight aspects, with four directions classified as negative and four as positive.

The primary objective is to harness the energy of the propitious areas, thereby amplifying its positive influence.

  • At work, let the desk face towards your personal Wealth Direction (Sheng Qi). Let’s say you are in the East Group, try to look in this direction. Given that it will bring more success to you.
  • When it is breakfast, lunch or dinner time be seated in a way that the Health Direction (Tien Yi) is faced
  • During sleep, the head should always point into your best direction for longevity (Yan Nian).
  • In addition, try this with all other activities at home such as study, TV, or any hobbies you might have.

Optimal Alignment for Productivity and Rest:

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To maximize wealth and productivity, it is recommended to align yourself with the following directions associated with different levels of qi quality:

  1. Sheng Qi (ranked as the most excellent qi)
  2. Yan Nian (second in rank, characterized by excellent qi)
  3. Tian Yi (ranked third, known for very good qi)
  4. Fu Wei (fourth in rank, possessing good qi qualities)

Aligning yourself with any of the top three directions will facilitate the promotion of wealth and productivity. On the other hand, Fu Wei, being associated with peace and stability, is more suitable for activities like sleeping, meditation, or engaging in a spiritual business to enhance your spiritual senses.

Optimal Sleeping Directions for Qi:

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  1. Fu Wei is the most excellent direction for sleeping.
  2. Tian Yi is the second-best choice for a sleeping direction.
  3. Yan Nian is the third-best option for sleeping.

It is advisable to avoid the Sheng Qi direction, as this qi is too active and can lead to sleeping problems. Therefore, it’s recommended to reserve Sheng Qi alignment exclusively for your working desk orientation.

I think there is no need to point out that one should avoid sleeping under any of the four inauspicious personal directions.

One exception arises when the form school and flying star energy pairs are highly favorable in a specific area. In such cases, the beneficial energy from the flying star and form school principles will outweigh any negative influences from the personal kua directions.

Hence, it can be said that the flying star and form school principles take precedence over personal kua directions in such situations.

The Four Best Kua Number directions in Feng Shui

Whenever feasible, it’s beneficial to position the major rooms in your space so that you can harness the positive directional energy. Additionally, consider arranging your furniture to face your favorable direction, as even a simple adjustment, such as turning a bed or a table, can work like magic in creating an environment that embraces one of the auspicious Kua Number directions.

Prosperity – The breath of Life ( Sheng Qi)

Take a deep breath and feel the fresh energy of wealth, fame, and respect that flows inside your body. No doubt, this is the direction to face. This is by far the best and most auspicious from all four.

As the Sheng Qi Energy belongs to the Wood Element you can enhance it with Water.

Health – The Heavenly Doctor ( Tien Yi)

It is all about good health for the body. Once absorbed, one feels refreshed and the body is filled with a lot of energy. Overall, a worry-free life without any major diseases is to fear. In case a person is sick, try to place the bed into this direction as it will help to improve the sickness.

The Tien Yi Energy is located in the Earth Element Sector and can be enhanced by Fire.

Relationship – Longevity (Yan Nian)

Love is in the air! It creates a never-ending love for couples. The relationship becomes rock solid like a stone that nobody can break. In case a single person enjoys the energy, good things can only come out of it. In like manner, friendships and family ties do grow stronger from day to day. If by any chance a loved-one has passed away, the grief process can be healed much quicker. Keep this in mind.

Because, the Yan Nian is a Metal Element, Earth will make it stronger.

Harmony – Stability ( Fu Wei)

Life is full of joy and harmony. Is it a distant dream? No, this direction can let the magic happen. Be it your prayers, meditation or spiritual work, all is beneficial here. Also, young children should sleep with the head pointed this way. It will bring great happiness to the young’s life.

The Fu Wei Energy is all about Wood and the Water Element toughens it.

The Four Inauspicious Kua Number directions in Feng Shui

Wouldn’t it be nice to have only the good four directions in life? In short, the universe does not work this way. Yin and Yang always is attracted to each other. As of this matter, the opposite of good needs to be included as well. Welcome to the four bad Kua number directions which should not be gambled with.

Life Ending / Death (Jue Ming)

To begin with, let’s start off with the worst one from all of them. Without doubt, this Qi-Energy is the most destructive one you can imagine. As a matter of fact, everything from severe illness (cancer) to struggle at work is the result of it. Ever wondered why money is never enough from your underpaid job. This little black cloud of energy is the reason why.

Jue Ming is without a doubt a Metal Energy. Therefore, Water will help to cure its lethal threat.

Six Killings – Disaster (Liu Sha)

The Energy of “Six Killing” is responsible for various mishaps in life. All of a sudden, it can end a great relationship without notice. Also, constant conflicts and problems in legal matters are common. Of cause illness such as depression has not to be forgotten. If all this sound familiar to you, please welcome the “Six-Killing Energy” in your life.

In short, this awful Energy is based on the Water Element and be brought to its knees by Wood

Irritation and Misfortune (Huo Hai)

Do you feel overall lazy without any motivation to get things done? Your main job is to watch TV during the day? This low energy level is caused by this Qi. It is not as bad as the others, but a lack of joy can lead to depression very quickly. By the way, a hot temper might also be an effect from it.

Even it is a strong Earth Element, Metal can calm it down to be just a gentle breeze

Five Ghosts (Spooky) (Wu Gui)

Does bad luck follow you in life? Things only happen to you and to nobody else, soon you ask yourself why only me? Well, this Qi-Energy creates all kind of experiences that are indeed not fun. With this in mind, watch our for robbery or violence. Without doubt, it needs to be avoided at all cost.

A fierce Fire Element without mercy, but Earth can comes to the rescue

The trigrams presented below will shed light on your individual favorable and unfavorable directions in accordance with your Feng Shui Kua number (Ming Gua).

Do I need to place remedies into my personal directions?

A frequently asked question concerning whether your personal Kua number, linked to a specific trigram color, is your lucky color. In short, the answer is no. The true determinant of your lucky color element lies within a different system known as Bazi, which is a Chinese birth chart analysis.

Consequently, it is not recommended to introduce colors associated with your Kua number into your auspicious directions, as this may clash with the prevailing energy, determined by another system called flying stars. The advisable approach is to align yourself with the prescribed direction without introducing any additional remedies.

Kua (Gua) Number 1 (East Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 1 person:

  • SOUTH: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • NORTH: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • EAST: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 1 person:

  • SOUTHWEST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • WEST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • NORTHWEST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • NORTHEAST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 1 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Xun (Kua 3 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Li (Kua 9 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 1 (Water) Personality Traits

A Kua (Gua) Number 1 individual exhibits a diverse range of qualities that define their character, both strengths and areas that may warrant attention. On the positive side, they are sensibly inclined, making them adept at discerning situations and making sound decisions.

Their ability to actively listen sets them apart as thoughtful and considerate individuals who value and respect the perspectives of others. This introverted nature allows them to introspect and analyze situations deeply.

Furthermore, a Kua Number 1 person is highly practical and often engaged in meticulous planning. They display the courage and strong will necessary to bring their plans to fruition.

These individuals have a natural inclination towards exploration, demonstrating a curious and intuitive disposition, always eager to delve into the unknown. The introspective nature leads to deep contemplation and fluency in expressing their thoughts and feelings.

However, Kua Number 1 personalities also have their share of challenges. Insecurity can occasionally cloud their judgment and affect their self-esteem, making it vital for them to work on self-assurance. Communication might not be their strong suit, which can sometimes lead to misunderstandings.

Their seriousness and tendency to worry could affect their overall well-being if not managed effectively. At times, they may come across as disdainful, unintentionally conveying a sense of arrogance or superiority.

Summary:

Imagine the endless ocean with its gentle waves to adapt itself to all changes that come its way. Always on the look for an adventure, but on the same token a very sensible person in nature. To point out, he/she is a very good listener and easy to adapt to new situations. On the negative side, he/she can be insecure and lacks communication skill when needed.

Kua (Gua) Number 2 (West Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 2 person:

  • NORTHEAST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • SOUTHWEST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • WEST: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • Northwest: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 2 person:

  • NORTH: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • EAST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • SOUTH: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 2 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Gen (Kua 8 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Li (Kua 9 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 2 (Earth) Personality Traits

Kua Number 2 individuals possess a personality that exudes a unique blend of positive and, at times, challenging qualities. Their core essence is rooted in stability and support, making them an indispensable pillar for those fortunate enough to be in their inner circle.

These individuals radiate an aura of trustworthiness and dependability that others instinctively gravitate towards. It’s as if they were born to be the bedrock of support, always ready to lend a helping hand or a listening ear.

One of the Kua 2 personality traits is the embodiment of sympathy and nurturing, as the hearts are like a warm embrace, always there to soothe and console others. In times of turbulence, they stand as unwavering and steady guides, ensuring that their loved ones find solace and reassurance.

The Kua 2 person has an uncanny ability to foster a sense of solidity and delicacy in their relationships, serving as nurturing caregivers and often making sacrifices for the sake of their loved ones.

A person born under this influence has very strong maternal instincts, and their care is unwavering. They meticulously attend to the needs of those they hold dear, ensuring that no detail is overlooked.

However, devotion can sometimes veer into the territory of dependency, making them overly reliant on others. This meticulous attention to detail, while usually a strength, can occasionally lead to a touch of provincialism and conservatism.

A Kua 2 person may struggle with change and envy the apparent ease of others. When irritated or suspicious, their egotism and cynicism can surface, and this may develop into being overly skeptical of others’ intentions.

Summary:

The number 2 symbolizes the big mountain or earth in the Chinese Trigram. As a result, how powerful and big it looks over us. Yes indeed, we need a lot of strength to climb up to the top. As a matter of fact, the mountain will not be besieged with easy. For this reason, he/she is centered and a great leader with balance focused on family life.

However, do not take everything for granted. On the negative side, he/she is like the mountain’s weather, the mood can change in an impulsive, fearful way. Always watch out and do not anger this person

Kua (Gua) Number 3 (East Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 3 person:

  • NORTH: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • EAST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • SOUTH: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 3 person:

  • NORTHEAST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • NORTHWEST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • WEST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • SOUTHWEST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 3 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Li (Kua 9 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 3 (Wood) Personality Traits

A Kua (Gua) Number 3 person embodies a captivating fusion of qualities that render them truly unique and unforgettable. This person has a remarkable sense of creativity and unbridled emotional depth, as well as an effortlessly sociable and extroverted nature that draws people into their vibrant world.

One of the most endearing aspects of their personalities is their boundless compassion and generosity, a testament to their highly empathetic and helpful disposition. They readily adapt to the needs of those around them, demonstrating remarkable flexibility and tolerance.

This adaptability is also evident in their creative pursuits, where they seamlessly explore various artistic and innovative avenues. Their character is fortified by patience and stamina, empowering them to persevere in the face of challenges.

Their insightful understanding of human emotions and situations makes them excellent problem solvers and trusted confidants. Their contagious optimism and outgoing nature have a transformative effect, uplifting the spirits of all who cross their path.

As passionate advocates of progress, they are always on the lookout for new horizons and novel experiences. Nevertheless, like any personality, Kua Number 3 individuals do have their shortcomings.

The occasional inflexibility might prove vexing to those who prefer a more structured approach. During moments of heightened emotion, they may come across as intolerant, and their impulsivity can occasionally lead to frank and brash remarks.

Carelessness is a potential concern, particularly when they act on impulses without weighing the consequences. Despite their virtue of patience, it can be put to the test when impatience takes hold.

Summary:

Obviously, big Wood is the Element of the Kua number 3. You are indeed like a massive tree who stands thousands of years with great patience to grow step by step. Even extreme weather conditions cannot harm you. Also, a great leader who can work under pressure with ease. A very open-minded, but at the same time a straight talker. Be careful, as “Thunder” the person tells what he/she thinks without considering of a person’s feeling.

Kua (Gua) Number 4 (East Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 4 person:

  • SOUTH: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • NORTH: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • EAST: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 4 person:

  • NORTHEAST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • SOUTHWEST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • WEST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • NORTHWEST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 4 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Li (Kua 9 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 4 (Wood) Personality Traits

A Kua (Gua) Number 4 individual boasts a complex and multifaceted personality that blends a diverse array of strengths and challenges, rendering them both intriguing and enigmatic. They stand out through their distinct combination of creativity, emotional depth, and extroverted sociability, captivating others with their kind and gentle disposition.

Among the most prominent qualities of a Kua Number 4 person is their profound kindness and tenderness. They approach interpersonal relationships with a genuine, heartfelt touch, often being perceived as gentle souls ever ready to provide a sympathetic ear.

Their prudence and self-control enhance their charm, manifesting in a composed and reassuring demeanor that garners respect and admiration. These individuals typically enjoy the benefits of confidence and a sterling reputation within their communities.

The adaptability and flexibility inherent in a Kua Number 4 personality equip them to gracefully navigate life’s challenges. They are frequently regarded as compassionate and harmonious individuals, known for their polished and untroubled manner that puts those around them at ease.

Nevertheless, like all personality types, Kua Number 4 individuals grapple with their own set of weaknesses. Their obstinacy can incite conflicts, particularly when they resist differing opinions. In certain situations, they may seem evasive and calculating, hindering open communication.

During emotional turbulence, they may lose control, unsettling those in their proximity with fluctuating moods. This heightened sensitivity can lead to easily taking offense and harboring grudges, thereby straining relationships.

The inclination towards self-contentment and manipulative behavior can be off-putting, as they prioritize their interests above others. Furthermore, impracticality and a scattered focus may obstruct their effectiveness in achieving their goals.

Summary:

By and large, the small wood can be seen as the beautiful small plants in nature. At length, a very sensitive person who enjoys great harmony in life. Also, the best friend to have as the person can be trusted completely. Different from others, if you do like to tell a secret or just let anger out, no worries this news won’t be in the newspaper tomorrow. To sum up, a very gentle like a soft sea breeze that touches your skin.

Kua (Gua) Number 5 (Center)

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You may have observed that the Kua number 5 is absent and does not carry any directional trigram. This is because it doesn’t correspond to any specific direction; instead, the Kua number five is located in the center.

Does Kua 5 refer to Kua 8 and Kua 2?

There’s a commonly held misconception that personal Ming Gua 5 can be substituted with 2 for males and 8 for females. However, it’s essential to recognize that the center signifies unique characteristics. Individuals with the life Kua number 5, assume a central and supervising role.

Sure, there may be some minor traits associated with Ming Gua 2 (Kun palace) for males and Ming Gua 8 (Ken palace) for females due to the overlay of the Pre-Heaven and Post-Heaven Sequences of the Luo Shu. However, it’s more important to focus on the central characteristics rather than those associated with the Kun palace.

Why is a Feng Shui Kua Number 5 person so unique?

The center serves as the pivotal point for coordination, control, organization, and orchestration, much like the historical role of an emperor.

Despite the potential weariness associated with this role, it could very well be the individual’s karmic lesson in this lifetime. Being a Ming Gua 5 means that the specific orientation of an East or West-type home is not a major concern; both orientations will generally feel comfortable for individuals with this Ming Gua.

Considering that there’s limited information available on the Feng Shui Kua number 5 aside from the “borrowing trait” approach, you can conduct further research through the 9 Star Ki system. Here are some brief character traits to give you an idea:

  • Your life can swing between extremes, encompassing both exceptional highs and significant challenges.
  • You may resist accepting advice or opinions from those around you because you naturally assume a central role.
  • Your inclination towards leadership can make you exceptionally stubborn, and you may display a quick and fiery temper when things don’t align with your preferences.
  • Despite the numerous ups and downs in your life, your determined character equips you to handle them effectively.

Kua Number 5 (Center) Personality Traits

As a Kua Number 5 individual, you embody a fascinating blend of strengths and challenges, making your personality quite intricate. It’s as if destiny has bestowed upon you a unique energy akin to that of a ruler, destined to either command and conquer or disrupt the world around you, wielding a significant influence on those in your sphere.

Independence and unwavering determination define your character. While this internal fortitude may sometimes be mistaken for haughtiness, it fuels your assertiveness and indomitable spirit. You fearlessly embrace challenges, never retreating from the opportunities for growth that they present.

During your formative years, financial hardships within your family may have tested your resilience due to money troubles. Paradoxically, these adversities have served as the crucible in which your innate talents have been honed. As you mature, you might find that separating from your native family paves the way for greater personal success. You thrive beyond your comfort zone, allowing your talents to shine brilliantly.

Deep within your heart lies an unyielding stubbornness driven by an unwavering self-opinion. This tenacity can be both a strength and a weakness, but it undeniably fuels your persistence and unwavering commitment to achieving your goals. While you may appear gentle on the surface, an inner strength of great force resides within you.

The Feng Shui Kua number 5 personality portrays a strong self-identity that may occasionally lead to misunderstandings with others. Some may label you as egocentric, but beneath that exterior lies profound generosity and compassion. You genuinely empathize with the struggles of those around you, even though your energy can sometimes explode with intensity.

As a Kua 5 individual, you have the potential to become either a remarkable success or face significant challenges, much like a king or a beggar. Unapologetically self-indulgent and resolute in pursuing your dreams, your path may be marked by late maturation and enduring pride. Your assertive and forceful nature empowers you to overcome obstacles and emerge victorious.

Summary:

As a matter of fact a very confident person that knows what to look for in life. However, sometimes the need for great adjustment is needed to destroy or create something. Also, a very strong personality that can handle any situation. He/she is the center point of the family who can manage any task with ease.

Kua (Gua) Number 6 (West Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 6 person:

  • SOUTHWEST: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • WEST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • NORTHWEST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • NORTHEAST: (Tien Yi) for well-being (health) and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 6 person:

  • EAST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • SOUTH: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • NORTH: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 6 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Li (Kua 9 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 6 (Metal) Personality Traits

A Kua 6 person has a multifaceted personality with a wide range of strengths and challenges that define their character. Inherent introversion characterizes their disposition, drawing energy from their inner world.

This introspective nature propels their practical and methodical approach, evident in their meticulous attention to detail and forward-thinking planning. A Kua 6 consistently aims for completeness and holisticness in their pursuits because of a strong sense of righteousness.

In numerous aspects, natural leadership traits emerge, stemming from remarkable endurance and an inherent ability for organization. Their refined style and judicious discernment shape their approach to life.

The Kua 6 character is deeply rooted in loyalty and faithfulness, rendering them a steadfast and reliable companion for those fortunate enough to be in their inner circle. The prudence and pursuit of perfection ensure that their endeavors are executed with remarkable efficiency and precision.

Interactions with others reveal a magnanimous spirit and dignified demeanor, consistently providing support and wisdom when needed. Nonetheless, it is vital to remain cognizant of the potential challenges associated with being a Kua 6 individual.

At times, they may grapple with depressive tendencies and a preference for solitude, which can lead to non-sociability. The strong need for control and an inherent stubborn, opinionated nature can occasionally make them come across as demanding, and adapting to change might be a struggle.

The weight of melancholy and sadness can persist, causing a Kua 6 person to occasionally fall into patterns of complaint and hurt feelings. Their meticulous attention to detail may sometimes border on obsession and rigidity, leading them to become purists in their beliefs and actions.

Deeply sentimental, you may become defensive when the values or actions are challenged. Achieving a balance between admirable qualities and an awareness of potential shortcomings is crucial, allowing the character to evolve and flourish while still embracing the unique and remarkable Kua 6 traits.

Summary:

On one side, he/she is very easy going but is attracted to a rich lifestyle. The person enjoys the beauty of material things and can be out to party nonstop. Luxury products are a must, but this can lead easily to financial problems. It is very hard to do a movie night at home. On the other hand, the person has a very strong six-sense to keep his/her life in check.

Kua (Gua) Number 7 (West Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 7 person:

  • SOUTHWEST: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • WEST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • NORTHWEST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • Northeast: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 7 person:

  • NORTH: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • EAST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • SOUTH: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 7 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Li (Kua 9 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 7 (Metal) Personality Traits

As a Kua Number 7 individual, you are quite a unique blend of qualities and characteristics. Picture yourself as a vibrant mosaic, with the good traits illuminating the personality like sparkling gems while the less desirable ones are merely shadows in the background.

You have an innate sense of style, effortlessly embracing the latest trends and carrying yourself with a fashionable flair. Easy-going by nature, you radiate joy and happiness, sharing these uplifting vibes with everyone around you.

As a provider, you derive immense satisfaction from nurturing the well-being of those you care for. Yes, you are highly social, effortlessly connecting with people from all walks of life.

Flexibility is your strength; you adapt to various situations with ease, and your talkative nature ensures that you are the center of any social gathering. Organization is one of the main strengths of a Kua number 7 personality. Being a practical and meticulous planner ensures that everything runs like a well-oiled machine.

Sensitivity and passion flow through your veins, making the Kua 7 a highly entertaining and successful individual. You are indeed not one to shy away from indulgence, and resourcefulness knows no boundaries. Expressiveness and persuasion come naturally to you as you navigate life in an uncomplicated and optimistic way.

Yet, there are moments when your introverted tendencies surface, and this may retreat you into a shell, making you shy and stubborn. Stormy times occasionally stir the emotions, leading to moments of egoistic behavior. Yey, admitting that your taste for the extravagant can sometimes border on the excessive.

Hyper-sensitivity might make you a bit touchy, while moments of haughtiness and superiority may arise when the confidence peaks. Nervousness creeps in during moments of complexity and calculation, although you do your best to keep this trait at bay.

Summary:

This person is born to be the leader of something big. So that Big Metal as its Element only helps to shoot him/her to heaven. Also, a very organized person who likes authority over others. In particular, a good field to work in is the police force or in politics. On the negative side, one of the bad traits is that under pressure reckless actions are taken. In that case, the normal very cool-headed #6 gets confused and causes impulsive errors to be made. In summary, stress is poison for this person.

Kua (Gua) Number 8 (West Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 8 person:

  • SOUTHWEST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • West: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • NORTHWEST: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.
  • NORTHEAST: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 8 person:

  • SOUTH: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • NORTH: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • EAST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 8 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Li (Kua 9 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 8 (Earth) Personality Traits

The Kua (Gua) 8 person is a dynamic individual defined by a distinct set of qualities, encompassing both commendable virtues and challenging flaws. At the core of their character, reliability and consistency shine as beacons of dependability. This individual is known for being steadfast in their commitments, making them a trusted and valued presence in the lives of those around them.

Their innate sense of seeking and striving propels them towards new horizons, constantly pushing their boundaries and seeking fresh challenges. Persistence is a defining trait, allowing them to weather the storms of life with unwavering determination. Sympathy and an energetic spirit make them a compassionate friend and an inspiring force in any group. They possess an adventurous soul and an unyielding ambition, continuously striving for greatness.

However, lurking beneath this admirable facade are a set of less favorable traits. Suspicion tends to cast a shadow over their interactions, leading to an unfortunate level of distrust in their relationships. Antipathy and jealousy can rear their ugly heads when they perceive others as achieving more success. A sense of haughtiness and an overly skeptical nature can make it difficult for them to form close connections.

Their strong opinions often lead to clashes in discussions, and they have a tendency to become stagnant in their beliefs, resistant to change. Self-indulgence and avarice can tempt them down a path of greed and possessiveness, putting strain on their personal and professional relationships.

Summary:

Another Earth Element is Kua number 8. Once again a mountain can be seen which is stable, solid, and strong in its structure. The person is very old-fashioned minded who will not except anything out of his/her comfort zone. By and large, this trait creates a stubborn character which is difficult to deal with. Also, the person is quiet and an excellent inward thinker. At last, a good career fit would be in philosophy or in science research.

Kua (Gua) Number 9 (East Group)

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The four Lucky directions for a Kua number 9 person:

  • SOUTH: (Fu Wei) for stability in life, self-improvement, peace of mind:
    For stability and tranquility in life, orient yourself in this direction. Ideal for entrepreneurs or those in civil service careers. Consider this orientation for your office or living room.
  • North: (Yan Nian) for longevity, relationships, and harmony:
    For improved harmony and stronger relationships with family and friends, position your dining room in this location and face the Yan Nian direction.
  • EAST: (Sheng Qi, breath of life) for success, wealth, and authority
    The most auspicious direction for wealth and success in life. Enhances creativity, career progress, and achievements leading to riches. Position your front door in this direction and face it while working in your office. Avoid aligning your head in this direction in the bedroom to ensure restful sleep.
  • SOUTHEAST: (Tien Yi) for well-being/health and connections with supportive individuals:
    Supports health and attracts meaningful connections related to people who can positively assist and add value to your life. Ideal placement in the bedroom or meditation space. Position your head in the Tien Yi direction to harness this energy.

The four Unlucky directions for a Kua number 9 person:

  • NORTHEAST: (Huo Hai) for misfortune, setbacks. challenges
    This energy brings about frequent setbacks and daily challenges that disrupt life’s harmony. It leads to a lack of smooth sailing with constant challenges in all walks of life, such as betrayal or job stagnation. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and enter through the front door. Use it for a storage room or kitchen, allowing you to maintain a more harmonious living space.
  • SOUTHWEST: (Liu Sha, 6 Killings) for misfortune in life, scandals, betrayals
    This energy can result in heartbreak and betrayals in relationships, drawing unwanted public attention and causing various scandals. It’s advisable to steer clear of facing this direction and avoid using it as an entry point into your house. Consider locating it in less frequently visited areas, like storage or laundry rooms.
  • WEST: (Wu Gui, Five Ghosts) for for deception, disrespect, misfortune
    This energy is the most unfavorable and brings about stress and misfortune across all life aspects. It may contribute to feelings of depression, low self-esteem, and self-pity. It can also place you in an unwelcome environment where disrespect is common. Consider having it in the kitchen or in less frequently utilized areas.
  • NORTHWEST: (Jue Ming) for sickness, and continuous health issues
    This Qi is linked to pain, accidents, and general illnesses. It’s advisable to avoid facing this direction. If feasible, place it in the kitchen, where it can transform this energy into a positive force.

Relationship Compatibility for a Kua 9 person:

The following Kua people are the most desirable for fostering strong friendships and relationships:

    1. Match 100%: Zhen (Kua 3 person) – excellent relationship
    2. Match 90%: Kan (Kua 1 person) – excellent relationship
    3. Match 75%: Xun (Kua 4 person) – very good relationship
    4. Match 65%: Li (Kua 9 person) – good relationship

The following Kua individuals represent the least satisfying matches for friendships or relationships:

  1. Match 50%: Ken (Kua 8 person) – unsatisfactory relationship
  2. Match 40%: Kun (Kua 2 person) – bad relationship
  3. Match 30%: Dui (Kua 7 person) – destructive relationship
  4. Match 10%: Qian (Kua 6 person) – most destructive karmic relationship

Kua Number 9 (Fire) Personality Traits

The Kua (Gua) 9 person is a fascinating enigma, a personality defined by a blend of striking virtues and unsettling vices. At first glance, this individual embodies an aura of elegance, style, and sophistication that is impossible to ignore. Their impeccable fashion sense and effortless social charm make them magnets for attention, effortlessly navigating through various social circles.

This individual’s outgoing and sociable nature is a defining trait, often acting as the lifeblood of any gathering with their ability to strike up captivating conversations with anyone. Their calm demeanor, even in challenging situations, is a source of inspiration and reassurance to those around them. Pride is another hallmark of their personality, manifesting as a quiet and dignified self-confidence that demands respect.

However, the Kua (Gua) 9 person possesses a shadowy side. Their inconsiderate nature and lack of benevolence can be disheartening, showing little empathy for those who may not share their privileged lifestyle. Their temper, when ignited, can be like a storm, disrupting the serenity they usually exude. Moments of self-concern emerge, with people often prioritizing their own needs above others.

Conceit and impulsiveness occasionally cloud their judgment, leading to ill-advised decisions they later come to regret. They are prone to bouts of silence and secrecy, leaving others in the dark about their true thoughts and emotions. When emotions do surface, this individual becomes overemotional, making it challenging for others to connect with them on a deeper level.

Summary:

Without a doubt, a person with a Kua Number 9 is like Fire who needs to be the center of attention. He/she has a lot of energy and enjoys life. In fact, the strong character is very beneficial as he/she will never give up. On the negative side, he/she is very selfish as only “it’s my way or no way” counts. Also, a good appearance to the outside world is a must. In like manner, the number 9 feels well secure in the movie or acting industry. Sometimes the hot temper needs to be cooled down when it over-boils.

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