Sha Chi, or "killing Chi" as it is sometimes
known, is a different from Sheng Chi and Si Chi. It is
harmful energy, the Chi that is possessed when people are
angry or when a place has a threatening or peculiar feel to
it. Sha Chi originates from negative surroundings both above
and below ground and, depending upon its origin, can cause
various detrimental effects. Sha Chi from below the ground
causes sickness and saps energy and so a person may feel
tired and apprehensive for no obvious reason.
Sha Chi emanating from above ground causes nervous
complaints and illnesses. It may result in troubles in
people's personal life such as a marriage breakdown and
financial concerns, whether personal or relating to
business. Sha Chi can affect houses in a number of ways,
inside or outside, we don't mention all the ways at this
site, but here are some examples.
It is well known that Sha Chi will affect a house
detrimentally if the house is sited at a T-junction in the
road (Figure 1) or if a road or a river runs straightly from
one of the doors or windows (Figure 2). Similarly, a house
surrounded by other structures (bridges, roads) will receive
harmful energy as well, since the structures box it in.
Also, there are some other situations will create Sha
- Pointed objects aligned with the door or a window
- Being opposite a ruined building
- A noisy neighborhood or a noisy building such as a
fire station or a bar.
- Overhead cables or wires obstructing the view
- Proximity to a graveyard
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