In the ancient sages, the Kanyu writings of the Ganges Sands were compiled, each of which was viewed by each other.
I. The first book of Feng Shui, Chinese Yangzhai, “House Sutra” (also known as the “Yellow Emperor’s House Sutra”). The book believes that the house is the hub of yin and yang. For the first time, the house is divided into “yin houses” and “yang houses”. It is emphasized that the construction of a house must first choose the time, direction, and the time of breaking the soil.
Second, the first book of China Feng Shui Open Source- “Funeral Classic” (also known as “Funeral Book”), Guo Yan, Western Jin Dynasty. For the first time, the book proposes the concept of “Feng Shui” to teach people to choose the shade and descendants carefully.
Third, the formula (Lanutou method) The originator of Feng Shui, “Shake the Dragon Sutra”, written by Yang Yisong of the Tang Dynasty. This book specifically analyzes the method of searching for the dragon’s pulse, and guides how to choose the place where the wealth is gathered and prosperous; it is the most authoritative holy classic of the dragon vein feng shui. The best classics of revitalizing family business.
Fourth, the representative of the original ancestor of Feng Shui- “The Perspective of the Rush”, written by Lai Buyi in the Song Dynasty. The book inherits the anteids of ancient geographical feng shui academic Introduction, the lack of research and development and replenishment of predecessors, and created the rules of the dragon, describing the role and shortcomings of the dragon in detail. The bureau was revealed. The book emphasizes that feng shui is expensive, and is a feng shui classic of geography yin and yang academics.
Fifth, the masterpiece of Feng Shui in the Tang Dynasty, “Xuexin Fu”, was titled by the Tang Dynasty. The book discusses the five elements of life, good and bad, and is a famous book in Chinese people.
6. The masterpiece of the form and law is the masterpiece of the mountain dragon- “Boshan”, Huang Miaoying in the Tang Dynasty. The book deeply identifies the feng shui factors such as dragons, sand, acupoints, water, and Mingtang to have a significant impact on the Fulu.
Seventh, the masterpiece of the Ming Dynasty -in -laws, “Burial Wings”, Miao Xiyong in the Ming Dynasty. The book transplants the hope, smell, questioning, and section of Chinese medicine into the theory of Feng Shui.
8. The masterpiece of the waters of the Ming Dynasty, “Water Dragon Sutra”, Jiang Dahong in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. The book discusses the various forms of water dragons and good and bad granting, and discusses the various methods of the Yin and Yang two houses to recognize the water bureau.
Nine, Yangzhai Fengshui Babu School of Eight Houses- “Eight House Mirror” (also known as “Eight House Methods”), Guo Wu, Ming Dynasty. The book brings together the main theoretical framework of the Yangzhai Lishi School, and in -depth explanation of the relationship between Yangzhai house and the surrounding environment.
X. The masterpiece of the theoretical collection of Yangzhai in the Ming Dynasty- “The Ten Books of Yangzhai”, Wang Junrong of the Ming Dynasty. The book was selected at the time of the most popular Kanyu writing at that time, and it was summarized. It was a model of a specialty of various good and bad conditions in the Ming Dynasty.
The feng shui theory represented by these ten feng shui classics is a practical manifestation of the collection of ancient Chinese philosophy and culture. Careful study can basically grasp the essence of Chinese feng shui and master the true biography of Chinese Feng Shui.