Welcome back to the Feng Shui Master Class, this time we shall study another Flying Star combination, the Double Stars to Mountain scenario.
In the last two weeks we have examined two combinations, the Jewelry Orientations and the opposite, which are extremely good and bad orientations. After studying the two extremes, let us talk about things in the middle, i.e. orientations that are not bad but not to be called excellent. These are orientations with advantages as well as drawbacks.
And the end of this lesson, I’ll also provide the Flying Star Maps for all 24 orientations x 2 Periods, the 3rd and 4th Periods, totally 48 Flying Star Maps. Again, they are exclusively available to Master Class members only. Join now if you haven’t to enjoy many exclusive contents!
What is “Double Stars to Mountain”?
In the last two lessons we have seen scenarios in where the prevailing Mountain Star and prevailing Water (Facing) Star are in opposite boxes (directions). Such as in the below case, the red and blue circles denote the prevailing Mountain Star and prevailing Water Star respectively.
“Double Stars” scenarios are cases where both the prevailing Mountain Star and prevailing Water Star are in the same box. The two stars are co-located in the same direction. Below is a Flying Star Map of such case for a building built in the 7th Period. Two Flying Star 7 are in the Mountain direction.