A Quest On Architecture Aura

So Chung Hing
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出版社 KING'S (HK) & ASSOCIATES、紅出版 (青森文化)
語言 英文
出版日期 2015-10-01
頁數 220
國際書號 9789889897277
內文色彩 彩色
尺寸 14cm x 21cm
訂裝 軟皮精裝
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How does the Aura of a house affect its owner's health? When occupying a new house, what are the must-do-things in order to acquire good fortune?

The study in aura (氣場) is long standing and well established. Back to the Spring and Autumn Period, the ideas and theories were explained by great philosopher Lao Zi, since then it has been an important part in Chinese people lives. Yet nowadays many people are still confused about this topic: How is that the home setting can affect people who live in it so much? What is the theory behind it? And the most asked questions is: What can we do to change our status of health or, more importantly, our fortune?

In this book, Mr. So discussed feng shui, aura, architecture aura, qi (氣) and many other aspects from xuanxue (玄學), how these aspect affect our health, our lives, our fortune, and what we can do to acquire a better result. For those who are new to this subject, it is an useful and easy-to-read guide book to guide you exploring the mysteries of these historical, traditional Chinese wisdom.

Mr So, an experienced architect, expound the relations between human beings and architecture, as well as that between human beings and nature. He believes that these relations have something to do with energy in human body. In this book, he explored how different feng shui, architecture Aura, qi, home settings, etc, can affect our fortune as well as our lives. This book not only helps you acquire a good knowledge of feng shui, but also benefits your health and tells you how to pursue good fortune.

So Chung Hing

So Chung Hing, a HK permanent resident, was born in Guangxi. He studied in the Department of Architecture of Northeastern University of Technology (named as Northeastern University now), and Xi'an Institute of Architecture and Technology (named as Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology) with the 6-year undergraduate course in 1950s. After graduation, he worked in the Institute of Building Science and Comprehensive Design Institute affiliated to Guangxi Construction Commission as technician and engineer.

He moved to HK in 1980, and established Jingxin Design and Jingxin (HK) Design Firm.

  • 目錄
    • Foreword (1) Wu Huaide
    • Foreword (2) Liang Baitao
    • Foreword (3) Shun Lok Nin
    • Foreword (4) Wang Du
    • Foreword (5) Huang Hao
    • Preface
    • Instructions for Occupying a New House (25/10/2011)
    • Custom of Occupying a New House –Worshipping the Four Corners(27/10/2011)
    • Instructions for Jiri Selection(28/10/2011)
    • Great Knowledge for Jiri Selection (31/10/2011)
    • Does Everyone Have a Grandfather?(01/11/2011)
    • Where People Come from?(02/11/2011)
    • Ancient “Qi”(03/11/2011)
    • Positioning a House (04/11/2011)
    • Positioning a House for Better “Qi” (07/11/2011)
    • The House Fortune (08/11/2011)
    • Sanyuan Jiuyun (09/11/2011)
    • What can be Used for Positioning? (10/11/2011)
    • The Power of the National Flag (11/11/2011)
    • The Future Buddha (14/11/2011)
    • Gods (15/11/2011)
    • Of “Gods” again (16/11/2011)
    • Exterior evil influence (17/11/2011)
    • Interior evil influence (18/11/2011)
    • How Long can It Maintain after Positioning? (21/11/2011)
    • The Noise from Neighbours (22/11/2011)
    • Troubles of My Old Classmate (23/11/2011)
    • To Be Outstanding? (24/11/2011)
    • He Who Touches the Ink will Get Black (25/11/2011)
    • Tangibility and Intangibility (28/11/2011)
    • Innate Aura and Postnatal Aura (29/11/2011)
    • Over-consumption of Energy (30/11/2011)
    • The Interior Designer’s Decision-making (01/12/2011)
    • A Haunted House (02/12/2011)
    • The Architect should Pay Attention to the “Land Aura” (05/12/2011)
    • Orders (06/12/2011)
    • A Letter from a Faraway Place (07/12/2011)
    • The Very High Lord (08/12/2011)
    • Tao Te Ching (09/12/2011)
    • I can’t Believe It! (12/12/201)
    • Five Golden Bulls (13/12/2011)
    • The General’s Sentient Power (14/12/2011)
    • Thunder God Beats His Wife (15/12/2011)
    • Architecture Aura and Tao Te Ching (16/12/2011)
    • Architecture Aura and Modern Physics (19/12/2011)
    • Tao Te Ching and Modern Physics (20/12/2011)
    • Nothingness and Dark Matter (21/12/2011)
    • Music for Consoling Emotions (22/12/2011)
    • Prosperous Shops (23/12/2011)
    • The Green Dragon on the Left and the White Tiger on the Right (28/12/2011)
    • The Heavenly-stems and Earthly-branches (29/12/2011)
    • Pregnancy (30/12/2011)
    • Singing and Sutra Chanting (03/01/2012)
    • Aureole (04/01/2012)
    • A Dyeing Vat (05/01/2012)
    • Pile Disappearing after Being Driven (06/01/2012)
    • Artworks and Anti-fake (09/01/2012)
    • The Dowsing Rod and Xunlong Rod (10/01/2012)
    • How To See And Read The Aura (11/01/2012)
    • Legionnaires' Disease (12/01/2012)
    • Radiesthesia (13/01/2012)
    • Exerts His Power Whenever Needed (16/01/2012)
    • Thorough House Cleaning (17/01/2012)
    • Real Intention (18/01/2012)
    • Comprehensive Paraphrase (19/01/2012)
    • Do Not Reject Good Message (20/01/2012)
    • Cleaning Dust and Expel Evil (26/01/2012)
    • Talking About the Dragon in the Year of the Dragon (27/01/2012)
    • Descendents of the Dragon (30/01/2012)
    • Born in the Year of the Dragon (31/01/2012)
    • Lord Ye’s Love for Dragons (01/02/2012)
    • Lingqi (02/02/2012)
    • Stones with Strong Energy (03/02/2012)
    • Jade for Blocking Disasters (06/02/2012)
    • Auspicious Jade and Ominous Jade (07/02/2012)
    • Origin of Ominous Jade (08/02/2012)
    • On Wearing Gold or Silver Jewelry (09/02/2012)
    • Peculiar Stones (10/02/2012)
    • Stones with Lingqi (13/02/2012)
    • Auspicious Stones Don’t Have to Be Expensive (14/02/2012)
    • The Auspicious and Ominous Wood (15/02/2012)
    • Special Fruits (16/02/2012)
    • When Gu Gets One, They could Become Ying (17/02/2012)
    • Classic Songs (20/02/2012)
    • Cast a Mist before One’s Eyes (21/02/2012)
    • Remarkable People from Remarkable Places (22/02/2012)
    • “Worshipping Gods” in Temples (23/02/2012)
    • More Worship More Blessing? (24/02/2012)
    • No Benevolence from the Heaven-and-Earth (27/02/2012)
    • Construction Site without Qi (28/02/2012)
    • The Aura of the Sales Department (29/02/2012)
    • Position of Wenchang and Others (01/03/2012)
    • The Theory of “East-four West-four House” (02/03/2012)
    • Orientation of a House (05/03/2012)
    • Decoration of the New House (07/03/2012)
    • Lingqi of the Heaven-and-Earth (08/03/2012)
    • Talk about the Ancestral Tombs (09/03/2012)
    • Tomb or Grave Sweeping (12/03/2012)
    • Wet and Cloudy Weather (13/03/2012)
    • The Land Aura of Jin Tai Temple (14/03/2012)
    • The Yellow Emperor Mausoleum (1) (15/03/2012)
    • The Yellow Emperor Mausoleum (2) (16/03/2012)
    • Architectural Design and Environmental Protection (19/03/2012)
    • The Beauty and Ugliness of Architectural Design (20/03/012)
    • Xuanxue (21/03/2012)
    • The Ancient Science (22/03/2012)
    • Architecture and Xuanxue (23/03/2012)
    • Confidence and Aura (26/03/2012)
    • A Blissful Life (27/03/2012)
    • Cautions Made for Surrounding evil Influence (28/03/2012)
    • Defusing the Land Evil Influence (29/03/2012)
    • Earthquake Resulted in the Land Evil Influence (30/03/2012)
    • Earthquake Releases Negative Energy (02/04/2012)
    • Write Some Calligraphy for Children (03/04/2012)
    • The Calligraphy That Needs Discussion (05/04/2012)
    • Harness Present Realities (10/04/2012)
    • The Strength of Longxue (11/04/20120)
    • Losing Weight with Message (12/04/2012)
    • The Baby's Senses (13/04/2012)
    • Children Who Say Something Scaring (16/04/2012)
    • Ornaments with Yinqi (17/04/2012)
    • Unrivalled Sea Views (18/04/2012)
    • Houses with Regular Shape (19/04/2012)
    • Scrap Products in the House (20/04/2012)
    • An Unusual Experience of Writing Calligraphy (23/04/2012)
    • Ominous Message from “Berthing the Boat at Feng Bridgeat Night”? (24/04/2012)
    • Paintings and Calligraphy May be Auspicious or Ominous (25/04/2012)
    • The Qi of Calligraphy Works (26/04/2012)
    • Masters and Qi (27/04/2012)
    • Small Paper Stars (30/04/2012)
    • Copying the Others’ Calligraphy (02/05/2012)
    • Purpose (03/05/2012)
    • Burning Tianmen with Fire (04/05/2012)
    • The Story of Shoulder Periarthritis (08/05/2012)
    • Travelling (09/05/2012)
    • Symbols, Spells, and Talismans (10/05/2012)
    • The Lines of a Talisman (11/05/2012)
    • Animals Also Draw Talismans (14/05/2012)
    • The Linear Characteristics of Talismans (15/05/2012)
    • There is Qi in the Talisman (16/05/2012)
    • Does Your Aura Have A Bodyguard? (17/05/2012)
    • The Central Axis (18/05/2012)
    • Looking for Longxue (21/05/2012)
    • The Imperial Palace in Beijing (22/05/2012)
    • A Visit to Bagua Village (23/05/2012)
    • My Thoughts about the Bagua Village(1) (2/05/2012)
    • My Thoughts about the Bagua Village (2) (25/05/2012)
    • The Temple of Confucius in Qufu (28/05/2012)
    • Nanhua Temple in Shaogua (29/05/2012)
    • The Lion Peak Pavilion (30/05/2012)
    • Maba in Shaoguan (31/05/2012)
    • Dayan Pagoda in Xi’an (01/06/2012)
    • The “Nutritional Value” of the Tourist Attractions (04/06/2012)
    • Photos Taken after Travelling (05/06/2012)
    • Qing Imperial Palace in Shenyang (07/06/2012)
    • Climbing the Mount Tai (08/06/2012)
    • Taishan Shigandang (11/06/2012)
    • Meian in Zhaoqing (12/06/2012)
    • Foshan Ancestral Temple after Disaster (13/06/2012)
    • The Wong Tai SinTemple (14/06/2012)
    • Moving into a New House (15/06/2012)
    • Postscript
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