In the last lesson we have discussed how to assign the Mountain Stars and Facing Stars to the nine boxes of a Flying Star Map. Trust that you have practiced and memorized the procedures. It is not easy to memorize them all, but it is a critical requirement for all people who want to learn Flying Star Feng Shui.
Despite this, from time to time I am being asked by students on whether there is any simple solutions. Can we skip the difficult Flying Star allocation process and all the things to remember while still could do Flying Star Feng Shui?
In the past, Feng Shui masters all calculate the Flying Star Maps by themselves. Nowadays, we think there are simply easier methods to do so. One of them is to do it by computer. There are computer softwares in the market that do the maths for you, you simply need to input the year the building was built and the facing and mountain directions, the software could generate the Flying Star Maps for you immediately.
However, this kind of software is usually not cheap and most of them have Chinese user interface only. To help you all to get through the difficulties, I have prepared a special gift. It is a compilation of all Flying Star Maps of the 24 Mountains in all 9 Periods!!!
With this information, you will never need to memorize the principles or use any computer software. The 24 Flying Star Maps x 9 Periods = 216 combinations are all ready for use!
I’ll release the Flying Star Maps progressively, this week you can download those for the most commonly used Periods – the 7th and 8th Periods. Usually when we do Feng Shui nowadays the subject houses were built in either one of these two Periods. So I have chosen them to be the first batch of Maps to release. In the coming weeks you will see other Flying Star Maps of the remaining Periods.
>>Download the Flying Star Maps for 7th and 8th Periods (Master Class Members Only)<<
This is how you read the Flying Star Map:
In each box (direction) there are three numbers. The two on the top are Mountain and Facing Stars. The one at the bottom is the Period Star. Please note that in a Flying Star Map North is always at the bottom, which is 180 degrees rotated when compared with the traditional “scientific” view.
The Best Feng Shui Orientations
Now, let’s go back to the main theme of this lesson. Now you have the power to draw out a Flying Star Map, shouldn’t you also have the ability to interpret it? You definitely should. Let’s learn how to do so in this and the coming lessons.
A frequently asked question is whether there is a “best” Feng Shui direction? To know the answer of this question, let’s learn what is a good Mountain Star and what is a good Facing Star.
In a given Period, the best Flying Star is the Star of the corresponding Period’s number, so in the 1st Period the best Flying Star is 1. In the 7th Period, the best thing you could get is Flying Star 7.
It follows naturally that if a direction (i.e. one of the nine boxes on the Flying Star Map) has the current Period’s best Flying Star, it is a good direction.
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