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Divination is not for feng shui. Hell yeah, tell me another!

Many people say they absolutely believe in feng shui, and they've tried it themselves with amazing results. They'll also say they wholeheartedly trust divination, and their past experiences have been incredibly accurate. Like, they swear by it, saying things like "the divination never deceives." But here's the funny part: when you ask them if they use both feng shui and divination together, they usually hesitate or refuse. They claim that divination can't be applied to feng shui.

When I heard that, I always end up speechless. Seriously, if both feng shui and divination are so accurate, why not use them together? It just makes sense, especially since they're all based on the same framework. But you know what? People still come up with all sorts of reasons why they can't be combined. In the end, skill problem? You know, I know. So when they try to put the two together, it's like they hit a roadblock. The feng shui arrangement doesn't match the divination guidance, or the divination advice doesn't fit the feng shui layout. So, they end up drawing these seems-make-sense conclusions.

It’s interesting how some people claim that divination can't be used in feng shui, yet others have no problem relying on it in medicine, especially traditional Chinese medicine. Many elderly traditional Chinese doctors actually use divination in their practice. And when you point out this apparent contradiction, some, again, argue that divination is not meant for medical use.

But here's the thing: both feng shui and traditional Chinese medicine follow the same framework of the five elements and their sheng-ke interactions. So, why the double standard? Those who said divination cannot use for feng shui firmly believe in the theory of the five elements, yet they end up contradicting themselves by using divination in one aspect and dismissing it in another.

In a nutshell, some people struggle to effectively use both feng shui and divination together. However, it's not because one practice doesn't work with the other; it's more likely due to their lack of expertise in applying both simultaneously. Nonetheless, it's true that certain methods may not yield matching results in divination, as they are flawed approaches, and that is the only reason, but people just don’t aware of it. If someone doesn’t think that their chosen method is flawed, that's where the contradictions arise.

Now, people may disagree that their method is flawed as they see a positive result after the feng shui. So why do some people still find their certain feng shui methods to be accurate? The answer lies in questioning whether the positive results truly come from feng shui. (I mean feng shui, not from the methods of feng shui) Without a solid foundation, anything can seem reasonable, and that's when deception comes into play. Once again, as I always said, to really understand the effectiveness of feng shui, go ahead and conduct a proper statistical analysis of at least 100 cases. I'm willing to bet that many people might be reluctant to face such scrutiny, especially if they've been practising feng shui for years or even decades. It's precisely this avoidance that allows deception to seep into this field.

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