Feng Shui Almanac 2013 – Auspicious Days for Wedding, Business, Travel, etc.

In this 2013 Feng Shui Almanac, you will find the luckiest days to prepare for the new year, make big decisions, open new shops, getting married, travel, etc. in the Year of Snake.  Chinese Feng Shui examines the interaction among time, space and people, this Feng Shui Almanac reveals the linkage between time and people.

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2013 Monthly Feng Shui Cures – February

Welcome to this regular column, 2013 Monthly Feng Shui Cures.  In this article we shall see the particular Feng Shui cures that are required to fix Feng Shui problems of this month.  Apart from getting rid of bad luck, you will also learn how to implement good Feng Shui for good luck.

Do you know Feng Shui changes every month?  Yes, Feng Shui is about the interaction among time, space and people.  As the time changes Feng Shui changes as well.  Other than the 2013 Feng Shui plan I introduced in the FREE Feng Shui 2013 guide, you are suggested to follow the Feng Shui cures in this article to fine-tune the Feng Shui of your home.

In general, South, Southwest, West, Northwest, North, Northeast and Center are where Feng Shui cures should be implemented, particularly for Southwest, Northeast and Center that are not good for health.  Check out the instructions below for cures.

The instructions below are valid from 4 February 2013 to 5 March 2013, which is the first Feng Shui month of the Year of Snake.

 

February 2013 Feng Shui Cures

 

East

East is where the yearly Flying Star 3 meets the monthly Flying Star 9, the bad effects of Flying Star 3 (quarrels, disputes) are naturally reduced by the Flying Star 9 (happiness).  You could maximize the good effects by placing something red, pink or purple here.  A generally good direction if the entrance door, bed or kitchen is here.

 

Southeast

Southeast is a good direction for study, because the Flying Stars 1 and 4 meets here.  This direction is best used for placing the desk here for students, as well as people who work at home.  If your cubicle/seat/desk is located in the Southeast of the whole office, this is also a good direction of the month.

 

South

This is a direction where “fire” fights against “metal”, so it is not good for health, particularly related to head, stomach, digestive system and lung.  To solve this problem, you should place a big stone in this direction.

 

Southwest

This is a direction of “double earth” in this month, however, both sickness and wealth would become stronger.  I’m sure that you only want wealth but not sickness, so if the entrance door, bed or kitchen is located here, you should place a metallic music box here, and make it sound often.  Alternatively, you can place a metallic wind chime here with six tubes.

 

West

The monthly Flying Star 4 is attacked by the yearly Flying Star 7, you should place a glass of water here to enhance your finance as well as improve study (for students) or work (for white-collars).

 

Northwest

This is a direction not good for health because of injury or accident.  If the entrance door, bed or kitchen is located here, you should place a glass of water here.

 

North

The yearly “water” Flying Star is enhanced by the monthly “metal” star, which is good for wealth as well as happiness.  There could be good things to happen if the entrance door or bedroom is located in this direction.

 

Northeast

Similar to Southwest, this direction is also a “double earth” one that would make wealth and sickness goes up at the same time.  The Feng Shui cure is the same, put a metallic music box or wind chime here.

 

Center

Again, a “double earth” place in this month.  Avoid having any construction/building/repair works here, so that the bad effects would not be triggered.

 

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2013 Feng Shui Cures – January

Do you know Feng Shui changes every month?  And combined with the yearly Flying Star disposition, the good/bad effects may be doubled!

Starting this year, I’ll start a 2013 Feng Shui cures section, where I’ll provide monthly Feng Shui design tips according to the monthly Flying Star disposition.  I’ll tell you where are the good directions of the month and what you should do to capture the positive energy.  I’ll also tell you what directions to avoid.  The current month’s Feng Shui cures are exclusive to my Feng Shui Master Class members, if you have not yet joined us, click here!

NOTE: The content of this post is valid through 3 February 2013.

 

January 2013 Feng Shui

East is where the yearly Study Star 4 meets the monthly Relationship Star 1.  This direction is good for study and examination.  If you need to attend an examination in this month, you should study in this direction of the room or place the desk here.

Southeast is where two bad Flying Stars meets, if unfortunately your house’s door, bedroom or kitchen is in this direction, you should put something with metal and water characteristics here, such as a music box and a glass of water.

South is good for interpersonal relationship as well as wealth, it’s nice if the door or bedroom is here.

Southwest is where where the yearly Flying Star 3 comes, it should be a direction of disputes.  However, the monthly Flying Star 9 arrives here in this month, so it reduces the bad effect of the Flying Star 3 and bring happiness.  So you don’t need to alter the Feng Shui here.

West is a “double-earth” direction in this month, so bad health may appear if the bed, door or kitchen is here.  The solution is the same as Southeast.

Northwest could be a bad direction with the implication of loss of wealth, and adding the monthly Flying Star 4 may mean bad health and injury.  You should put a glass of water, aquarium or water feature here.

North is similar to West because it is also a “double-earth” direction with Flying Star 2 involved.  You need to do the same as in Southeast and West if the bed, kitchen or door is located here.

Northeast is where “fire” and “metal” characteristics combat, so you need to put a stone here.

Center is also not a good direction.  If in the unlikely case your bed or door in located right in the middle of the house, you should place a glass of water or a vase with water here.

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FREE 2013 Feng Shui Guide, Make Year of Snake the Best Year Ever!


Feng Shui 2013 Year of Snake Guide FREEHi all!  After months of preparation, my second FREE yearly Feng Shui guide is now available for download!  Same as last year, this year I explained the Feng Shui of the 8 different directions plus the centre.  You’ll learn how to exactly how to maximize the use of lucky directions, and how to minimize the bad effects of the unlucky directions in the Year of Snake.

 

2013 Year of Snake Lucky Guide

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