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Flying Star Feng Shui

Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 10th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(7th November 2013 - 6th December 2013)

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The Master Square of 81

The Master Square of 81 extends the analysis of changing energy patterns in buildings and takes the practice of time dimensional feng shui into deeper, more subtle magical territory.

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 9th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(8th October 2013 - 6th November 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 8th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(8th September 2013 - 7th October 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 7th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(8th August 2013 - 7th September 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 6th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(7th July 2013 - 7th August 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 5th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(6th June 2013 - 6th July 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 4th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(6th May 2013 - 5th June 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 3th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(5th April 2013 - 5th May 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 2th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(6th March 2013 - 4th April 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 1th Month of the Gui Ji Water Snake Year

(4th February 2013 - 5th March 2013)

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Benefitting from the Flying Star Chart of the Water Snake Year 2013 - An Indepth Analysis

The Year of the Water Snake brings many opportunities for businesses and careers to flourish and manifest into greatness! There is also great potential for wedding bells and romantic episodes so read on!

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 11th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(7th December 2012 - 5th January 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 12th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(6th January 2013 - 3th February 2013)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 10th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(7th November 2012 - 6th December 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 9th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(8th October 2012 - 6th November 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 8th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(8th September 2012 - 7th October 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 7th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(8th August 2012 - 7th September 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 6th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(7th July 2012 - 7th August 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 5th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(6th June 2012 - 6th July 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 4th Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(6th May 2012 - 5th June 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 3nd Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(5th April 2012 - 5th May 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 2nd Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

(6th March 2012 - 4th April 2012)

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 1st Month of the Ren Chen Water Dragon Year

4th February 2012 - 5th March 2012

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Flying Star Forecast of Year of the Water Dragon 2012

Each year the annual flying stars change positions, so new sectors are either blessed with auspicious stars or afflicted with malignant stars. The best way to update your feng shui each year is to take note of these changes and place the correct enhancers and remedies to make the most of the good stars and control the energy brought by the afflicted stars.

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Flying Star Feng Shui Update - 12th Month of the Xin Mao Metal Rabbit Year

6th January 2012 - 3rd February 2012

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Understanding A Flying Star Chart

Once you know the meanings of the lucky and unlucky numbers, you will find the charts easy to understand. Study the numbers of the water and mountain stars in the chart that applies to your house or apartment.

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Feng Shui's 24 Compass Direction

LILLIAN TOO explains the 24 directions of the Feng shui compass. Condensed into a single ring around the Luo Pan, the 24 mountains comprise the three subdirections of the eight major compass directions and are the single most fundamental concept needed to be understood in compass feng shui practice.

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Demystifying the Ho Tu Numbers for Practical Feng Shui

For the more advanced practitioners of Zuan Kong Flying Star feng shui, LILLIAN TOO discusses the attributes and practical applications of the four pairs of Ho Tu numbers. The Ho Tu refers to the body-patterns on the mythical dragon-horse, and is different from the Lo Shu numbers .....

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