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丹道與呼吸 Dan Dao and Breathing

At the beginning of a birth of baby, she or he breathes through nose and down to the abdominal, and many doctors agree that this ought to be the correct and right way of breathing to ensure a healthy physical body. And this is the way of Dan Dao breathing. Dan Dao breathing is the ancient practice of longevity breathing techniques (meditation) dated way back more than 2000 years ago. As Laozhe says ‘when your conscience feel that you breathe through your lung, that means your lung is not functioning well and like wise when you breathe naturally without feeling your lung is working, you are okay!’ 

Today, people know that consuming the right food, vitamin, medicines and supplements to live longer however, without food and even water, as an Indian Yogi did, he claimed for 7 decades, he can live on, what he did was yoga and meditation. This clearly demonstrated that the importance of breathing especially the correct way of breathing. The wonderful thing is that the air is free for all to utilize! 

There are jargons in ancient text Chan Tong QI (参同契) such as ‘Swapping the Ham and Lei Guas’, ‘Exchanging the Dragon and Tiger Energy’ and so on, according to my humble opinion is none other breathing techniques.  This technique is purely the concentration of breathing. 

A daily 30 minutes to one hour breathing would ensure your health in check. We often neglect the simple yet essential practice merely by ‘relaxing muscles or body’ thar would help our circulation of blood and quality of air into our organs. This is in line with Dao Dan’s essence of Small Cycle (小週天). One can feel the different just by doing this for a mere 7 days. Remember the simple rule breath down to your abdominal!  

There are basically two types of breathings as below:

1.         Natural Breathing (順呼吸)- which is described above as relaxing breathing technique that utilize and maximize the oxygen that we breathe in. The critical point is the bulging of belly when we breathe in especially at three inches below our belly button.

2.         Secondly the anti-normal breathing (逆呼吸) in which we use our lung to breathe, as power breathing technique. As you can see Chinese culture is a blend of Yin and Yang, when there is soft type it ought to be a hard type. This type of breathing is to detoxifying our body. This cleaning technique can only be used during daylight.

 

Warning: when you practice the above breathing exercises please do not wish for anything and just breathe normal

 

Hong Kong Feng Shui Analysis-part 1

 

Bel Air, Wah Fu Estate, Aberdeen and Apleichau Feng Shui Analysis貝沙灣,華富邨,香港仔及鴨脷洲的风水格局分析

 

This part of Feng Shui analysis would cover Aberdeen, Apleichau, Wah Fu estate and Bel-Air. The greenery of southern part of Hong Kong Island is an excellent topography site for site seeing (巒頭收聚氣翠嶺涵碧光). A good Feng Shui site should have a front view bump or Sha. (砂及案). The overall best site is the Queen Marry Hospital nearby and vicinity.  Nevertheless such energy is not forceful and thus would not create the super wealth. (山氣鐘靈不足,龍行伏虎非發貴官之穴。) Wah Fu Estates mountain energy trail would found no clear direction and as such the location would only create little wealth and normal people (龍向不知首尾之位,故小民小康之地). Bel-Air is slightly better with clear-cut mountain trail and water front with Sha. The best is still Aberdeen with clear rear support and front water to harness while Apleichau is neither this nor that type of Feng Shui setting. (似是而非格局).

 

Eastern Hong Kong Feng Shui Analysis東區柴灣,筲箕灣, 鰂魚涌及太古城的風水格局分析

 

The Eastern Hong Kong is surrounded or embraced by the seawater (水環島之抱也). The essential water-harnessing site at the bay of the eastern part concentrated at TaiKoo Shing (水駐在東鄉去,應是太古城矣). Shau Ki Wan water front with ripple and is unstable and as such is not a good Feng Shui site. While Quarry bay is the support for Tai Koo Shing, which carries a significant kind energy especially, related to ‘fame’. Chai Wan with Short Mountain and short energy breath is unable to unleash the cosmic dragon breath properly. Such setting is termed as Sea Tortoises tail end (鰲尾殼末之格局). As such the energy radiated is not pure for both Yin and Yang residential.

 

Southern Hong Kong Feng Shui Analysis南區南朗山,壽山村赤柱,淺水灣及深水灣的风水格局分析

 

Shousan Hill is a Deer kneeling posture (壽臣山埵p鹿踞) while Deep water Bay is with a  Hidden Quiet dragon (深水灣是伏靜龍). Stanley is with an excellent passionate water quality (赤柱案砂水迴情). Clear water bay is like a Pearl in a clam that shine at night (蚌吐珠光,月隨夜明之格局). An excellent for the super wealth but the design for Feng SHui setting should be in round shape.

 

Hong Kong Kennedy Town, Sai Wan, Sheung Wan, Central, Wan Chai and North Point Feng Shui Analysis 堅尼地城,西環,上環,中環,半上到北角的風水格局分析

 

The critical part of Hong Kong Island is the formation of bay. Sai Wan is the formation of a dragon that harness the water from west and northwest but unable to divert such energy well into vicinity. Sai Ying Pun and Sheung Wan is a sick dragon that would not produce the super rich. The peak diverts into Central and Wan Chai that point directly to the Lion Rock Mountain with water at four corners is the cream of the cream. North point is secondary setting that provide support for the eastern of Hong Kong should see area that at mid mountain with good Feng Shui.

 

Kowloon East, Southeast, South and Southwest Feng Shui Analysis.九龍東,東南,南及西南區的风水格局分析

 

Kowloon best Feng Shui spot is still Tsim Sha Tsui while Mongkok is harnessing the wealth energies. The Eastern Kowloon is not bad and is waiting for the right time to come. Tou Kwan Wan would be next iconic place in years to come.

 

 

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