What is a Flying Star in Feng Shui?
I wanted to write this post on Flying Star Feng Shui for a Long time, just never got around to it. I see so much confusion out there in the Feng Shui world, with the fast food feng shui and put theories, it is very frustrating.
With the flying star feng shui, admit it took me a little time to understand it myself. So today’s blog post is to simply help you understand what the heck is a Flying Star in Feng Shui.
Here is my explanation.
First of all, a Flying Star is …not a star.
Second, here is the Wiki -pedia version
Xuan Kong Flying Star feng shui or Xuan Kong Fei Xing is one of the disciplines in Feng Shui, and is an integration of the principles of Yin Yang, the interactions between the five elements, the eight trigrams, the Lo Shu numbers, and the 24 Mountains, by using time, space and objects to create an astrological chart to analyze positive auras and negative auras of a building.– From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Are you Confused?
So to summarize a Flying Star in Classical Feng Shui is a wonderful discipline in Feng shui that uses the lou shu Luo Shu grid square to calculate the timeliness of energy and it’s movements. You can chase these stars on a Yearly, monthly daily and even hourly basis.
The Basics of Flying Star Feng Shui
Flying Star Feng Shui is one of the disciplines in Chinese Astrology which incorporates the principles of the 5 elements, the 8 trigrams, the Lo Shu numbers, and the 24 Mountains to analyze the ups and downs of energy in an environment at a particular time. Due to its incorporation of the time factor, it is one of the most effective and widely used Feng Shui practices which brings and speedy and accurate results.
The principle of Flying Star Feng Shui is that each number (stars) in the 9 grid Lo Shu square is endowed with specific qualities whereby it brings good or bad luck.
The auspicious stars bring wealth and well-being, so areas with these stars should be used for main areas such as living rooms or bedrooms, whilst the inauspicious areas should be avoided or used for storage or remedied accordingly.
Just like the Feng Shui for your house, there are good areas and bad areas.
Here are the Good Areas or the beneficial flying stars are #1, #4, #6 & #8 . these bring auspicious energy to us during this period of time.
The Bad or Unauspicious Flying stars for this period are the #2, #3, #5 & #7. These are the flying stars that you should be wary of and we try to remedy by using the Salt Water cure recipe.
You can get my recipe here, or watch my video.
The #9 by itself is auspicious, being the Future Prosperity Star in Period 8, but acts as a Multiplying Star when combined with other stars, meaning it will magnify good luck as well as bad luck.
Auspicious Stars in Flying Star Feng Shui
- #1 Lucky Star (Water Element) – Helps attain the victory over the competition. Enhances career promotion and monetary growth.
- #4 Romance Star (Wood Element) – a Good star which improves romantic opportunities and also study & literary fortune for writers and scholars.
- #6 Power Star (Metal Element) – Associated with good fortune and help from Heaven. Brings speculative luck as well as power and authority.
- #8 Wealth Star (Earth Element) – Signifies wealth, prosperity, success and happiness. Regarded as the most auspicious star of all the 9 numbers.
Affliction Stars in Flying Star Feng Shui
- #2 Sickness Star (Earth Element) – The illness bringing star, has negative influences on health issues, bringing physical ailments and diseases.
- #3 Dispute Star (Wood Element) – A bad star which signifies lawsuits, hostility and quarrels. Brings misunderstandings amongst families, friends and colleagues, trouble with the authorities.
- # 5 Misfortune Star (Earth Element) – Also known as Wu Wang or Five Yellow star. It is considered the most malevolent and dangerous of the nine stars. Brings all kind of misfortunes, accidents, losses and death.
- #7 Violent Star (Metal Element) – This unlucky star brings loss, robbery and violence to the afflicted sector.
Each year, the annual Flying Stars change their positions around February 4th, known as “Lup Chun” in Chinese, meaning “beginning of spring”. Auspicious and affliction stars fly into new sectors reflecting changes in energy to each of the locations of a house or office.
In 2017, the change took place on February 3rd at 11.49pm.
If you would like to know when the next new year starts, check it out here.
In order to maintain good Feng Shui in your home and a smooth transition into the New Year, it is imperative to note of the locations of each star. Knowing the sitting positions of these stars allows you to appropriately install cures & remedies to afflicted areas and efficiently activate the good fortune areas by placing the correct enhancers and activators.
I hope that helps your understanding of What is a Flying Star in Feng Shui and also helps you see the difficulty with the fast food or put theory feng shui solutions that are out there. Not all recipes are created equal. Please make sure you or your Feng shui practitioner knows what they are doing, so that you don’t experience the bad Feng Shui.
My Master told me once, A doctor can only heal one person, Feng Shui is like going to the Dr. who can heal or take out your entire family and generations.
Happy Feng Shuiing!