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Feng Shui 2013 Updates: The Flying Stars and Review of Decorating Ideas #1

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Hi! Happy New Year!

I wish everyone to have a healthy and prosperous year in 2013!

This year, the annual flying stars will be re-positioned on February 4th, 2013. So are you ready to learn how to implement the great feng shui 2013 for your home, bedroom, office and factory?

Lets begin now!

 

The Shift Of Annual Flying Stars

To grab the great Feng Shui 2013, we must understand the exact position of all the flying stars.

On February 4th, 2013, the annual flying stars will be shifting to their new hosting direction. I will show their new location in the following “Nine Palace Diagram”

2013 flying star by Soon Haur

2013 Flying Stars Represented In Nine Palace Diagram
Source: www.CheongSoonHaur.com, 2013

As you can see from the above diagram:

Star #1 is in North palace.

Star #2 is in the South-West palace.

Star #3 is in East palace. 

Star #4 is in South-East palace.

Star #5 is in the center palace.

Star #6 is in the North-West palace. 

Star #7 is in the West palace. 

Star #8 is in the North-East palace.

Star #9 is in the South palace.

 

You can find out all the definition of the flying stars HERE.

Well, once we’d obtained the 2013 flying stars diagram, we shall NOT immediately prepare or decorate our residential and commercial properties based on this diagram. Too many often, majority of the people make mistake here and later producing unsuccessful or ineffective feng shui result they expected.

What they done wrongfully? Yes, they’d forgotten the cyclical flying stars! We must not repeat their errors.

The appropriate manner is, we MUST integrate it with the cyclical Qi of the flying stars, namely “Periodic (Yun) Flying Stars Diagram”. The current cycle is Eight Period which it takes care all the years from 2004 to 2023.

 

So, how to integrate these two diagrams?

 

 

 

 




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