2013 Flying Star Cures

2013 Flying Star Cures

Year of the Yin Water Snake ~

Gui Si

 

The following Flying Star energy cures are suggested to help offset problems engendered this year in certain sectors of your building.  They are transitional in 2013 and should be used in conjunction with the permanent (natal) Flying Star cures associated with the facing and sitting compass directions and date of construction.  These cures should be put in place on or before February 4, 2013.  Please seek the advice of a professional Feng Shui consultant when placing these cures.  Wishing you good ch’i  ~  Diane Gallin, CFSC

 

5 Yellow (Wu kuei) is located in the Center

  •  Place a metal wind chime or chiming metal pendulum clock in this sector to prevent obstacles, accidents, financial loss and bad luck.  You may also place a salt water cure in this sector.  Avoid loud noise, activity and the color red/fire, bright lights, candles.  Do not move earth or undertake construction/noisy renovations in the Center of your home or property in 2013.

 

2 Black (T’ien yi) is located in the Southwest

  •  Hang 6 metal coins tied together with red ribbon to help prevent illness.  You may also place a metal wind chime and salt water cure in this sector.

 

3 Jade (Huo hai)) is located in the East

  •  Place a piece of red paper, a bright light or another red (fire) object such as a red candle to prevent legal trouble, theft and arguments.  Avoid building, loud noise and vibration this year.  Check documents carefully before signing in this sector.  No metal and no water.

 

7 Metal (Chueh ming) is located in the West

  •  Place 3 pieces of bamboo growing in clear (yin) water or add the colors blue and/or black (water) to prevent scandals, hostility and deception.  Avoid fire and earth in this sector.  Keep area quiet.

 

In 2013, the compass sector of SE3  (142.5 – 157.5 degrees)  falls in the shadow of Jupiter.  Do not move earth, plant trees, renovate or commence construction on a building facing this direction associated with the Snake.

 

Wind and Water Feng Shui Consulting

www.windandwaterfengshui.com

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