Updated: Nov 2, 2022
Are you more confused the more you read about feng shui?
I myself was puzzled the first time I looked into what was being practice here as feng shui. It was quite different from the feng shui practice in most Chinese communities in the East and Southeast Asian countries. That was my first introduction to the New Age/Modern/Western Feng Shui or others call it Fast Food Feng Shui. Most of the feng shui books available are on this type of feng shui. Clearly, it is not the Traditional or Classical Feng Shui that has been practiced so many years ago in China. This type of feng shui focuses on interior design, color schemes and personal taste. Its tool is the Bagua Map which does not rely on the directions of the property.
As a Classical Feng Shui practitioner, I have to rely on the compass to assess the quality of feng shui in a house or property. It’s an important tool in a feng shui audit, especially in the practice of Flying Star Feng Shui.
Flying Star (Xuan Kong) Feng Shui is a powerful form of Classical Feng Shui that is used by professional practitioners. It studies and analyzes the five elements, land formations, directions and the star (energy) combinations of a building or property. It can help explain a lot of what its residents are going through in their home.
Every Solar New Year the annual stars changes its direction and flies into a different sector of your property bringing with it the energy of that particular star. These stars whether they bring auspicious or inauspicious energies, have the ability to affect you, your health, wealth, relationship, education and your overall well-being.
A Flying Star Feng Shui chart of your home can tell a lot about the fixed energies of the house. This can help in identifying which sector or area would be suitable for the main rooms and activities. Annual and monthly Flying Star charts can greatly assist in the planning of major activities such as weddings, surgeries or moving house. 2017 the Year of the Fire Rooster is on the way out and 2018 usher in the Year of the Earth Dog. Would you like to know the good and bad directions in your property for 2018 and how to prepare for it?
Join me online then as I share with you an overview of the Earth Dog year.
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2018 Year of the Earth Dog – An Annual Feng Shui Overview
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