What is 'the Feng Shui of Yeoju Headquarters Temple Complex' like?
The Feng Shui of Yeoju Headquarters Temple Complex
The land of Yeoju has produced eight queens including the Empress Myeongseong during the Joseon Dynasty. Also, the tombs of King Sejong and King Hyojong are located in Yeoju, which proves this city is a very propitious site to ensure the good luck and prosperity for generations.
Above all else, this area is considered as the most propitious one of all sites. As you can see, there is a river in front of us and a mountain behind us. This shows that this area is geographically perfect as a propitious site because we can get the energy both from river and from mountain at the same time.
The human body has specific areas known as ‘acupuncture points’ where biotic energy (qi) collect and intercross within our bodies. Likewise, the earth also has similar points wherein energy pools and collects. Therefore, this temple complex was built on the best type of energy hub categorized in Fengshui.
This area is said to be the most propitious energy hub that has ever been designated and it was originally hidden by Heaven for future usage to build this temple.
It is known as a ‘Maehwa nakji hyeol (梅花落地穴 an energy hub wherein 'apricot flowers fall to the earth').’ It is said to be the most propitious location that had been designated and hidden by Heaven for future usage. The word ‘Maehwa nakji’ indicates a scene of fully bloomed apricot flowers falling by the wind onto the ground. This landscape of Yeoju Headquarters temple complex shows Dao is being unfolded throughout the world just like falling flowers. ‘Maehwa nakji hyeol’ is considered to be a land that can be offered only to a family of great virtue. Therefore, this site is known for the land of great prosperity that produces numerous descendants and abundance.