Interpretation of Double Stars (1) [Master Class 23]

Welcome back to Feng Shui Master Class, in this week we shall begin to learn the interpretation of double stars.  Here, the term "double stars" carries a different meaning from the one we have seen in the last two lessons about "Double Stars to Mountain/Water".  The "double stars" here simply means any two stars in a given direction in a Flying Star Map. In Flying Star Feng Shui, there are some typical scenarios with special effects.  We have covered the most common four cases, namely the Jewelry Line, the opposite to Jewelry Line, Double Stars to Water and Double Stars to Mountain.  In the real world, these case are only a fraction of all possible situations.  There are many more cases not falling into any one of these four.  How do we interpret the Feng Shui in these cases? The tips I gave at the end of the last lesson are the basic steps all Feng Shui masters take but they are not exhaustive.  Starting this lesson we shall learn the other ways to interpret a Flying Star Map, even it does not fall into any one of the special categories.  

Interpreting the Double Stars

Remember there are three stars in every box in Flying Star Map?  There are two on top, which are the Mountain and Water Stars, and one at the bottom which is the Period (Yun) Star.  Below is a typical Flying Star Map.

Flying Star Map Illustrated

When interpreting a Flying Star Map, we examine the interactions between the stars in the same box, and sometimes across different boxes (we may also add a fourth star, the current year's Star, but let's talk about this later).  "Double Stars Interpretation" is the way we analyse the relationship between any two of the three stars in a box.  For most of the time, this method is used to interpret the Mountain and Water Stars (the two stars on top), but occasionally we apply the same principles between the Period Star and either one of the two stars on the top. The rationale behind the analysis is the interactions of the five elements.  For example, if the Mountain Star has a "Fire" characteristic and the Water Star is of "Earth", we say that the Mountain Star is good for the Water Star ("Fire" generates "Earth").  So the Water Star is benefited.  The effects of the Water Star would be magnified. On the other hand, if the two stars are in conflict, we shall see which one is being attacked by which.  For example, if the Mountain Star is weaker in a given situation, and that Mountain Star represents the eyes, blood vessel and heart in this situation, then it may mean that the occupiers of this house may suffer from problems in these parts of the body.  

Status of the Stars

Another factor that influences the result of the interpretation is whether the stars are prevailing.  For example, if both stars are 8 then the situation is good during the Eighth Period.  However, the same 8-8 combination would be bad in the First Period, because in the First Period Flying Star 8 has already losen its positive power. So when you read the interpretations below, you could see in many cases I tell you the effects in both the prevailing and non-prevailing situations.  Depending on the current Period, the same Flying Star combination may result in totally different interpretations. [contentbox width="550" borderwidth="0" borderstyle="none" bordercolor="000000" dropshadow="0" backgroundcolor="F5C9C9" radius="0"]This is the end of the preview of this lesson. Members please log-in to read more about interpreting double stars. Not a member? Apply now for $1 only!!![/contentbox]
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