Feng Shui is based on the formation of the celestial guardians of mythology.
These animals symbolise 4 types of landscapes on Earth.
When they are well arranged in relation to each other, they allow the Chi to converge in 1 point where it accumulates and brings exceptional vitality.
The perfect house must be protected and placed like the centre of a horseshoe.
The Turtle: At the back of the house
small hill, mountain, or neighbouring house in town, trees or fences that symbolise security against possible aggression and great protection (health, good family, prosperity).
The Dragon: To the left of the house
small hill, mountain, or neighbouring house in town, trees, fences but higher and longer than the right side of the front door. The Dragon represents the yang side, it is associated with man, financial abundance.
The Tiger: To the right of the house
small hill, mountain, or neighbouring house in town, trees, fences but lower and shorter than the left side of the front door. It complements the Dragon, it is subordinate to it and has a protective role towards the house. It represents the Yin side, women and power. The garage can be placed here.
The Phoenix: In front of the house
It is essential not to have Shar Qi in front of the entrance door (post, tree, crane...), it is thus a question of having a structure which retains the Qi like a hill, a house, a hedge or a wall of fence in front of the entrance door. In front of the house, the energy must have a space to gather and enter the house, this is called the Ming Tang "Bright Hall". The phoenix represents the future, it is the inspiration and the capacity of anticipation.