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Mapping Bagua (Pa Kua)

The Bagua Map is a tool for determining which aspects of your life are represented by different areas of your home or office.

If we look at the Bagua Map on a room - first draw a floor plan of the room. Draw a square or rectangle around the outside walls. If your room is a regular shape, the room will be contained within your square or rectangle.

If it's an irregular shape, such as an 'L' shape there will be a missing area.

Next divide each side of your box into 3. Join the lines so you have 9 equal areas within your room. You will have a square or rectangle similar to the Bagua Map on this page.

Turn your page so that the door to your room is in either the Knowledge & Self-Cultivation area, the Career area or the Helpful People & Travel area. From here you can locate the other areas. When you walk into the room, the Wealth & Prosperity area will be in the far left corner and the Relationship area will be in the far right.

You can use the Bagua on any clearly defined area with an obvious entrance. You can use it on your property, your home, a room, your desk, and your garden.

If you have an irregular shaped home, you will need help in determining how to place the Bagua. Please see Bagua Mapping if you would like help with this and in determining how to compensate for missing areas.

Once you have the Bagua Map on your floor plan you can use it in a variety of ways.

You can choose an area of your life you would like to enhance, and make an enhancement in that area. Remember that clutter in any area will be affecting you, and ideally you would balance the whole space.

You can take a look at where the majority of your clutter is and see which area of the Bagua it falls in. Can you see the connection between the location of your clutter and what is happening in your life?

Where does clutter keep reappearing in your home or office? Which area of the Bagua does this fall in? By locating the areas that attract clutter you will gain clues about the thought patterns that may be keeping the clutter in place. 

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