Welcome back. This is the last lesson in the Feng Shui Master Class. Thank you for following us through the end. In the last 31 weeks you have already learnt a great deal of Feng Shui. From Feng Shui theories to Form Feng Shui essentials, from Ba Gua Feng Shui to Flying Star Feng Shui, the knowledge delivered through this Master Class is well enough for not only self-assessment but also doing Feng Shui for other people. Time flies, it is time to say goodbye. There are certainly more to discuss in Feng Shui, please frequently come back to Feng Shui DIY, I will from time to time post Feng Shui articles discussing matters from elementary to expert levels.
Let’s come back to this lesson. This time we do not study the static Flying Star Map of a house, but the dynamic Yearly and Monthly Flying Star Maps. I said they are dynamic because according to traditional Flying Star Feng Shui theories, the Flying Star dispositions changes every year (the Yearly Flying Star Map) as well as every month (the monthly Flying Star Map). On the other hand, the Flying Star Map of your house does not change unless you demolish the house or have a major renovation.
It is relatively not difficult to examine the static Flying Star Map of a house, because once the judgment is made it is valid forever (you just need to take into account of the change of Period and the corresponding change in prevailing stars). However, since there are Yearly and Flying Star Maps, we also need to examine the effects of the dynamic Flying Stars on the static Flying Star Map. This is the theme of this final lesson.
Dynamic Flying Star Map “Sets”
There is one thing I need to remind you before we move on. By saying Yearly and Monthly Flying Star Maps, we mean there are two “sets” of dynamic Flying Star Maps. One is the Yearly Map the other is the Monthly Map. In other words, in a given direction there exists one Flying Star which stays there for 12 months, at the same time there is another Flying Star that changes every month. These two Stars co-exist. DO NOT think that Yearly Flying Star Map is the “collective” way to describe the 12 month’s Flying Star Map.
By examining these two Stars’ impact on the static Flying Star Map of the house and the relationship between these two Stars themselves, we could predict much more events that may happen on the house and the occupiers.
Finally, although I explained the Yearly and Monthly Flying Star Maps here, there are even more. Everyday there is a Daily Flying Star Map (in which the Stars changes their locations every day) and even Hourly Maps (the Stars changes their locations every two hours). However, since the duration of these Maps are quite short, Feng Shui master would usually not take them into consideration. Otherwise, how could ask the clients to change the Feng Shui settings every month?
Case (1) – Big Fire in a Village
This was a case happened in 1923 in China. The exact location was in ZheJiang near Shanghai. The whole village settlement was built at a location where there were high mountains in North and a junction of rivers in South. Most people lived around the river junction in South for ease of getting water for all kinds of activities.
A big fire happened in the Ninth Month of the year and destroyed most houses. Below are the Yearly and Monthly Flying Star Maps. Please note what Stars were located in South in that Year and particularly in that Month.
Continue reading “Yearly and Monthly Flying Star Feng Shui Case Studies [Final Master Class]”