Bagua (Ba-gua) is one of the main feng shui tools used to analyze the feng shui energy of any given space. Translated from Chinese, Bagua literally means "8 areas."
Both Sha Chi and Si Chi - low feng shui - are expressions of bad feng shui energy. We have all experienced, at one time or the other, the effect of "bad vibes", or bad feng shui energy.
The feng shui compass, also called Lo-Pan, is used to define the Bagua of a home in order to access deeper feng shui information about a site or a building.
Good feng shui energy, or Sheng Chi is the bright, refreshing, uplifting feng shui energy that is beneficial to your health and well-being. "Sheng" translated from Chinese means upward moving energy.
In feng shui, as in Chinese medicine, CHI is the term for the universal energy, or the energy that permeates everything around us. This feng shui term applies to the energy inside your body, as well to the energy inside and outside of buildings.
In feng shui, the term annual star is used for the annual movement of energies according to the classical feng shui school called flying stars. Basically, it is a way of keeping track of the good and the bad feng shui energies (called "stars") every new year.
Feng Shui Bagua (Pa Kua) Mirror is a round mirror surrounded by an octagonal frame with the feng shui Bagua design in it. Bagua mirrors can be found as both concave and convex mirrors for different ways of manipulating the negative outside energies.
Bagua (Ba-Gua) extensions are the areas of your house or apartment that are located on the outside the shape of your home bagua.
BTB School of Feng Shui - short for Black Sect Tantric Buddhist School of Feng Shui - is a feng shui school, or tradition brought to USA by Professor Lin Yun in mid eighties.
Bagua (Ba-Gua) missing areas are the areas of your house or apartment that are slightly (or completely) missing in the shape of your home bagua.
The feng shui money tree is one of the most popular plants used as a feng shui cure in the classical feng shui application. The money tree is used as a feng shui cure to attract the energy of wealth and prosperity.