The Delusion Door represents Wood element, the mysterious and the unexpected, including setbacks and disasters. It represents blockage and is also associated with stagnation and a lack of opportunities. It is, in general, an inauspicious Door. Although the Delusion Door is inauspicious, it may help one escape from an existing threat. It is also good for hunting.
Natal Position: Located in the Xun Palace of the southeast sector. The Xun Palace represents Wood and Wind.
Representation: The Xun Palace is situated between its “father and mother”, Qian and Kun , torn between both of them. Thus, the Delusion Door – which resides in the Xun Palace – is associated with the aforementioned difficulties.
Although the Delusion Door is considered inauspicious overall, it is helpful in a number of situations. For one, it can help people hunt and fish more successfully. It can also help law enforcement personnel apprehend thieves and criminals. Debt collectors may also benefit from the Delusion Door. Since the Delusion Door represents “hiding away”, it also favours solitary activities such as studying and research.
The Delusion Door is associated with secrecy so it is good for transmitting, delivering and receiving confidential information, as well as carrying out covert operations. It is also ideal for enjoying solitary activities such as meditation and practising mindfulness.
Nefarious people may use the Delusion Door to impede others or bring misfortune upon their enemies. It can also help one elude their enemies or avoid capture.
The Delusion Door is unsuitable for carrying out all wealth-related pursuits. People who plan to travel should also avoid the Delusion Door, as it may derail their travel arrangements or complicate matters. When meeting a friend or family member, the Delusion Door can make it hard for them to recognise you.