Now I am probably the most logically thinking person you will most likely meet and I don't go for superstitions, paranormal and myths etc. I way up the evidence and make my own decisions based on facts. It's just the way I am. However I visited a house the other day and it was laid out utilising Feng Shui techniques and well to put it bluntly I felt great being in that room but just couldn't put my finger on why. So 'to gather my own evidence' I would like to experiment with it and note the results. So I've just done a little bit of digging about Feng Shui, not much mind just enough to grab the very basics of placement and directions etc and I have my kua number of 2 to relate to the directions and stuff. Something I can't figure out though is the directions i.e. placing a cure so that it faces South West. Does that SW relate to the room or the earth? The bagua map (The one i have anyway) says to place the map so the entry point into the room is at the bottom of the map. Is this entry point used as the directional basis i.e. is the entry point classed as south? Totally random and weird I know but I'm intrigued by this now.