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What is the purpose of a Kua Number?
The Kua number is an integral part of 8 Mansions Feng Shui, and gives you the knowledge of what your Auspicious and Inauspicious directions are. Feng Shui Masters will also take into account this information (as well other disciplines in Feng Shui) when making a decision on remedies and enhancements of your home/life. The Kua formula is easily the most used and user-friendly of calculations in Feng Shui.

What Should I Do With These Directions?
Anything you do for a long period of time (like sleeping or working), it is better to face one of your Auspicious directions. By facing direction, you would be triggering and absorbing the benefits of the respective wind. The directions can also be laid out over your house and give you insight on which parts of your house you would be advised to enhance and/or remedy.

Kua Number Calculator With Lunar Year Calculations
While there are many sources that provide information on the Kua Formula, almost none take into account the importance of Lunar Year Cycles. Factoring in the Lunar Year makes sure you get your CORRECT Kua number. For example: a Male born on 12th Feb 1961 actually has a Kua number of 4 and NOT 3.

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Already know your Kua Number?
Kua 1 - Kua 2 - Kua 3 - Kua 4
Kua 5 Male - Kua 5 Female
Kua 6 - Kua 7 - Kua 8 - Kua 9

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