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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Dummy’s Guide To Flying Star (飛星簡介)
A traditional Feng Shui compass is a must for a serious practitioner.
expressed their intention to learn Flying Star Feng Shui (FSFS) from me.
Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to explain each and every concept on FSFS
to those who are interested; unless people are willing to come and stay with me
for 3~5 years.
So, I have
devised a very simple FS chart for everyone to play about in 2014 and the 8th
period. But there are some points to watch out:
Chinese call a compass as “needle that points to the south” (指南針) so the
upside is always the South. This is contrary to the Western compass.
is based on I Ching, so in order to understand FS; one must familiar with I
Ching or the person may not read between the lines.
How to use:
the Southwest part for example:
Now, the Southwest
part has 4 as the base position by default. In the 8th period
(2004-2023) the star 7 falls at this location; added to that in 2014, the star
3 also joins the crowd.
So we have
4-7-3 at the Southwest corner. This gives us wood-metal-wood, i.e. conflicts.
If you know I Ching, then you will understand that it is: elder woman in
conflicts with younger woman over elderly man. So, this is perhaps indication
of an incoming external ‘affair’ and since metal-wood conflict, there may be
FS is certainly more than what I have mentioned. But with those basic concepts,
anyone can do predictions on his/her own and you may be surprised by the
accuracy of this type of prediction without going into full fledge FS