FENG Shui is 33.3 percent support from the environment. It is never about buying ornaments but all about putting yourself in the right space. It is knowing where the energies lie. The advice below is for anyone who haven’t had a proper classical feng shui audit of their house or office.
Here’s the Flying Star Feng Shui from June 6 to July 6 for your home and office. (According to Wikipedia, Flying Star Feng Shui is achieved “by using time, space and objects to create an astrological chart to analyze positive auras and negative auras of a building. These include analyzing wealth, mental and physiological states, success, relationships with external parties, and health of the inhabitant.”)
East Main Door Sector
June calls for extreme caution if your main door is in the East. Misfortune haunts your doorstep—doubly so for male family members, the eldest son most of all. Carefully weigh your decisions, especially those involving money. Veer away from conflicts and bad business.
Southeast Main Door Sector
Pursuing a higher position? Breaking into politics? Then your path to better status and reputation lies in the Southeast; the odds are already in your favor if your main door is in this sector. Businesses can also share in this good energy for brand building, expansion and collaboration.
South Main Door Sector
The South is no place to linger in as both the Sickness star and annual Quarrelsome star loom here together this month. Progress breaks down and stress and tempers rise much faster in this area, so consider working elsewhere. If your main door is here, be wary as you’re more likely to find yourself ill or caught up in conflict.
Center of the House
The Center is the heart of your home and office’s energy, so it’s a dangerous time indeed with the Robbery and Violence star occupying this area. Don’t let your guard down. Avoid clashes with colleagues and keep a watchful eye on your belongings. Try not to stay out too late this month; err on the side of caution once it gets dark.
Northeast Main Door Sector
Opportunities are gathering in the Northeast and they’ll be flying through if your main door lies here. It may not look much at first, but don’t be fooled. This star speaks of great things from small beginnings, so give it time to grow into the good fortune it’s destined to be. However, the annual Sickness star also shares this sector, so pace your pursuit and don’t overextend yourself.
Southwest Main Door Sector
If your main door is in the Southwest, then good news to those with academic and relationship pursuits. It’s the strike of inspiration scholars are looking for, particularly exam students, so go hit the books to maximize this unique advantage. Meanwhile, single folks with this star on their side won’t need to search long for love. Just step out and step up your game.
West Main Door Sector
Look to the West for a fresh start on a fortuitous future. It’s the star to tap into if you’re looking to break into a different field or career path. Interesting opportunities will also come through if your main door is here—don’t let them slip! But don’t lose yourself to it either. Feel things out for a sound compromise between health and wealth.
Northwest Main Door Sector
Strike it rich in the Northwest as investments, business luck and greater income source are meeting here this month. You’ll definitely be welcoming them in if your main door is in this sector, be it in your home, office or store. Now’s the time to put out brand new advertisements, implement updated strategies, or break into a different market to maximize this month’s increased collections and cash flow.
North Main Door Sector
Remember to lead with reason than emotion—more so if your main door is in the North as it’s likely to be a tumultuous month. Don’t fan the flames and simply take the high road, especially when making important decisions. Carefully review documents to sidestep lawsuits. With the annual Academic and Relationship star also found in this sector, be gentle and patient with your relationships; there’s a strong possibility of clashing with them this month. (Master Judith Eugenio/Contributor)