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The Secrets of Millionaire Home Feng Shui (Part 1)

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 10 May 2019

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

For years, Master David has been a trusted Feng Shui advisor to many successful entrepreneurs, millionaires, financial service directors and 7-figure real estate producers.

Most recently, he was engaged by Star Entertainment Group, which has a market capitalisation of $4Bn, to advise on their head office Feng Shui in Hong Kong.

In this series, Master David will reveal the secrets to a multi-millionaire home Feng Shui. This step-by-step guide aims to share how Master David helped his clients achieve multi-million success in a very short span of time despite their humble beginnings.

The Study of External Landform and Internal Landform

External landform plays a pivotal role in helping Master David’s clients garner benefactor support, create million-dollar wealth opportunities, consistent investment returns, family harmony and good health. 

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Internal landform is governed by the principles of San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Star: a time-sensitive Feng Shui study that analyses the energy blueprint of home Feng Shui.  

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In this article, Master David reveals the little-known but powerful external landform checklists.

This checklist contains 5 very important auspicious landform features that are responsible for creating wealth.   


Auspicious Landform features

1. Regular land shape (四点金)

Based on principles of Emperor Landform, the ideal shape of a piece of land is square or rectangle. The term “Four Point of Gold” (四点金) was coined to describe the ideal piece of land with regular shape.

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2. Incoming water flow (逆水朝堂)

Mountain governs the benefactors, while water governs the wealth (山管人丁,水管财). The study of Imperial Landform places important emphasis on the position of the mountain and the water with respect to the residence.

Mountains or rivers are hard to come by in urban environments such as Singapore. Hence, buildings are the mountains, while roads are the rivers.

The direction of the road (virtual water) and rivers (physical water) should ideally be flowing towards the entrance of your house or the facing direction of your building.

In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, this auspicious feature is known as 逆水朝堂 which can be translated as water flowing towards your entrance.

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3. Embracing Water/Jade Belt (玉带环腰)

In ancient China, high-ranking government officials donned the jade belt . The term “Jade Belt” refers to a feature where the road surrounds the building, much like how the jade belt embraces the waist of the wealthy.

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4. Metal Elemental Mountain (金山)

There are five elemental mountains in the study of Emperor Landform namely: Metal, Earth, Wood, Fire and Water.

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Metal mountain refers to a mountain with a round top, and is deemed as one of the most powerful wealth creation mountain features that can bring tremendous amount of wealth and benefactor support. 

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Earth mountain refers to a mountain with a flat top. It has similar features as metal mountain because in the study of five elements, earth produces metal. 

Wood mountain refers to a mountain with a conical top. In Chinese, it is known as 贪狼星 (Greedy Wolf Star). It is ideal for raising children with high scholastic achievements.

Fire mountain refers to a mountain with a sharp top. It produces misfortunes and major illnesses for the occupants. In urban environment, fire mountain refers to building with sharp and pointed tips.

Water mountain refers to a mountain with a wavy top. It produces promiscuity and family disharmony.

In ancient China, the rich and powerful are buried at the auspicious Feng Shui positions near Metal Mountain, Earth Mountain or Wood Mountain.

5. Bright Hall (明堂) 

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In the classics of Imperial Feng Shui, bright hall refers to the space in front of the house.

One of the golden verses in the classics of Imperial Landform states that “宅前无余地,子孙稀”. It suggests a correlation between the amount of space in front of a house and the number of descendants and offspring.

Having a spacious bright hall in front of your residence will bring wealth and prosperity for generations to come.


Case Study of Li Ka-Shing’s residence

The powerful Imperial landform principles in house selection are widely applied for many of Hong Kong real estate and casino billionaires.

Having been appointed as the principal Feng Shui consultant to many successful entrepreneurs, Master David has worked with some of the wealthiest individuals in the world.

In this case study, Master David reveals the landform Feng Shui secrets of Hong Kong's wealthiest man: Mr Li Ka-Shing.

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Massive Bright Hall

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Ever wondered why Mr Li Ka-Shing’s children are both billionaires and extremely successful in their own right? The answer lies in the massive bright hall in front of his house.

The water at deep water bay is calm and peaceful. The direction of water flow and the metal elemental mountain move in reverse direction giving rise to the extremely auspicious landform formation 逆水朝堂 incoming water flow.

The reason for Mr Li Ka-Shing's extreme wealth is the two metal elemental mountains.

Auspicious Metal Elemental Mountain:

Shouson Hill (150m) that is located at the back of Mr Li Ka-Shing’s residence is of metal element because it has a round top. In the study of Imperial Landform, it is otherwise known as Gold Mountain 金山, loosely translated as a mountain of immense wealth and prosperity.

Another metal mountain that provides Mr Li Ka-Shing very powerful metal mountain support would be Violet Hill 紫罗兰山, located in close proximity to Mr Li Ka-Shing’s house. 

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The powerful combination of two metal elemental mountain provides a rare Feng Shui wealth formation known as 双金聚宝盆, Double Metal Wealth Garnering Pot.

At this stage, many clients would have asked Master David: "What happens if I live in Singapore or countries where such auspicious landforms doesn’t exist?"

The same challenge faced by Emperor Qian Long

Due to the lack of advanced infrastructure, Emperor Qian Long had difficulties building his palace near auspicious landforms like Metal elemental mountain.

Only the deceased royalties are buried at auspicious spots flanked by metal elemental mountains.

The solution to create auspicious landform: Imperial Feng Shui

When this challenge was presented to Emperor Qian Long’s team of Imperial Feng Shui masters, it took them more than 10 years to devise a time-tested and proven Imperial Feng Shui solution: The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain.

It is specially commissioned to create the auspicious landform within the Imperial Palace.

jadeite mountainThe original Qian Long Jadeite Mountain installed at the Imperial Palace.

Master David leverages on his three generation of Imperial Feng Shui wisdom to help his clients create the auspicious landform within their residence.

Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain is a fine example of how Master David brings the rich heritage and culture of Imperial Feng Shui to modern practice.

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On 14 September 2018, Master David announced the launch of Imperial Harvest’s Qian Long Jadeite Mountain after 4 years of design, research and development and carving. 

Click here to learn about the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain 


To date, numerous clients have installed and reaped the benefits from Master David’s exclusively designed Qian Long Jadeite Mountain.

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Qian Long Jadeite Mountain installed at a blessed VIP’s house.

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