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

If you are a subscriber of my newsletter, you should already received my explanations about the best and worst directions in 2013 and how to deal with them.  If you are not yet a subscriber, don’t worry, you will have a chance to join us when you download this FREE 2013 Feng Shui guide.

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The Luckiest Feng Shui Direction in Year of Snake (2013)

In the last post I told you which direction is the worst in the coming Year of Snake, this time let’s look at something good – the best direction in 2013.

Before I reveal this direction, let me tell you why it is regarded as the best direction.  According to Feng Shui theories, there are totally 9 “Yun” (i.e. periods), from the first to the ninth, each Yun equals to 20 years.  9 x 20 = 180 years, so every 180 years the cycle repeats.  From Year 2004 to Year 2023 is the Eighth Yun.  During the Eighth Yun the Flying Star 8 is the luckiest, so the direction where the Flying Star 8 locates in a year is the best direction of that year.

The Flying Star 8 occupies Northeast in the coming Year of Snake.  It follows naturally that Northeast is the best direction in this year.  This Flying Star brings wealth, happiness and good luck, we certainly want to maximize our use of it.

If the entrance door of your house happen to locate in the Northeast, it means that in general your family would enjoy a good year in the Year of Snake.  Similarly, if your desk is located in this direction, you may have a better year in the workplace.  To cut it short, such a good direction is good for entrance door, bed, desk, kitchen and everything and everywhere you would stay a few hours a day or pass through several times daily.

Feng Shui feature for 2013 luckiest direction

What if none of these in your house is located in Northeast?  No worry, you can also use Feng Shui ornaments to boost your luck.  Your top choice is a water feature such as fountain or aquarium.  Alternatively, you can place a large piece of crystal, jade or other “earth” related ornament here.  Where can you find such Feng Shui ornaments?  The most convenient place is Amazon online store!  Just search for “Feng Shui water feature” ad you can find quite a lot.

Before we say goodbye, I would like to announce a good news, that my Google+ Fan Page, Facebook Fan Page and Twitter account are now opened!  You are invited to follow me on Google+, Facebook or Twitter.  I’ll frequently publish Feng Shui tips on these platforms.  Besides, you’ll be the first one to receive notification about my FREE Feng Shui books and offers!

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The Worst Feng Shui Direction in 2013 Year of Snake

According to Feng Shui theories, the good and bad directions rotate every year.  A good direction this year may become bad in the next year.  This is exactly the case for 2013 Year of Snake.  A direction that was good last year would become awfully bad in 2013.

This bad direction is East.  It was a direction good for job promotion and study in 2012.  However, it becomes the source of disputes and troubles in 2013 due to the presence of Flying Star 3.  If the main door of your flat or office is located in this direction, chances are you would have much tougher times in the coming year.

A real case is the Chief Executive of Hong Kong (consider this position as the mayor of a big city with over 7 million citizens).  Some of you may remember that I live in Hong Kong, a city in Southern Asia.  In 2012 the main entrance of the Chief Executive’s house is exactly where the  Flying Star 3 locates.  It turns out that the original Chief Executive Mr. Donald Tsang and his successor Mr. CY Leung who replaced Mr. Tsang since July, faced great challenges in this year.  Scandals happened on both guys, and the Legislative Council initiated two Motions of Non-Confidence against them.  Mr. Tsang was investigated by the authority for alleged acceptance of advantages.

Bad Entrance Direction of Gong Kong Government House

Hong Kong Government House – Residence of Chief Executive
(Image source: Wikipedia)

Now you see how terrible this Flying Star 3 is?  No only this, the East direction is also occupied by an extra thing, San Sha (三煞).  San Sha is not a flying star, but it nevertheless brings bad luck.  It literally means three killings.  It would not affect you if you don’t touch it, but if there is any building works, even as small as a general repair of your flat, it could affect the health of the occupants.  Illness and bodily injury may happen.

East could be regarded as a terrible direction in the coming Year of Snake.  My advices are, (1) do not carry out any building/repair works in this direction, and (2) place a big object in red in this direction, such as a big red lamp or a red carpet.  This method could reduce the bad effects of the Flying Star 3.

Do you want a better year?  You can enjoy a lucky and healthy year if you know the best Feng Shui design for 2013!  My 2013 Feng Shui guide will be published soon.  I’m finalizing the contents and will announce you once it’s really.  Stay tuned!