How Feng Shui predictions for 2013 are made

Annual Feng Shui predictions come from a variety of sources. We can speak in very general terms when it comes to global predictions or directionology in relation to the individual house, as well as some person-specific observations based on the person’s own date of birth.

In the Year of the Snake, it will surely be a good year for some people, but not necessarily for those born in the Year of the Snake, like the years 1953, 1965, 1977 or 1989. For example, we have five different types of snakes ( water, wood, fire, earth or metal snakes). If it sounds a bit like Chinese astrology, it’s because the two predictive arts work so well with each other. In a general way, we can say that the Year of the Snake can be even more challenging for people born in the Year of the Pig because those two signs are always in opposition to each other.

On a larger scale, we can refer to the Snake and Pig directions as being more vulnerable to accidents or mishaps in the Year of the Snake. When referring to any kind of map, these directions are relative to the center point, so of course there will be overlapping influences. The Snake direction is S/SE and the Pig direction is N/NW. If you didn’t know this before, now you know that the zodiac signs relate to both time and direction!

If you were trying to locate these addresses relative to the country you live in or the state you live in, these directions would be relative to the geometric center of the country or state.

These predictions can be taken to an individual city or to a Feng Shui practitioner’s common domain, his own home or business.

While Chinese astrology imparts a 12-year repeating cycle within a larger 60-year cycle, in Feng Shui we have a 9-year repeating cycle as well as 20-year eras. So, for example, the same annual energy that will arrive in your bedroom in 2013 is the same energy that resided there in 2004. If your bedroom is in the southeast, then 2013 may be more romantic encounters. The annual Yellow Five Star resides in the center (not technically a direction) and this worries many Chinese metaphysicians because the Yellow 5 Star is associated with disaster and pain in the current times we live in. Having that type of energy in the center of every structure or in the center of every city or country, can suggest a tendency to more agitation, arguments, conflicts or accidents. And since we live in Period 8 (from 2004 to 2024), this combination of “earth” energies can also suggest a higher incidence of earthquakes or other earth related natural phenomena which could include droughts or landslides or anything extreme. related to land. .

Yellow Star 5 is associated with setbacks or delays, and yet we cannot honestly say that everyone on the planet will take advantage of this type of energy with no escape. This is where individual destiny and individual home come into play. For example, a person may live in a house where the 2nd annual star of sickness and health may be at their front door in 2013 (Southwest) and their prospects for the year may not be as good as those of someone whose front door welcomes you to the 8th annual. wealth star (northeast) in 2013. In Xuan Kong Fei Xing (School of the Flying Star), the age of the house may still determine more of the occupant’s experiences than yearly cycles. But the annual cycles will act as triggers for more latent energies. As a theoretical example, the southerly direction will be associated with higher fire accident potential in 2013 and if that annual force is coupled with an area of ​​a plant already vulnerable to fire, then the annual cycle may just be the last straw. On the contrary, the 9th annual fire star could unite with positive energy and actually bring great fortune to someone. That is why a competent and comprehensive evaluation must be carried out, discovering the uniqueness of each property.

One aspect of uniqueness for 2013 will be that the yearly “star” in each direction will match the inherent element for each of the eight basic directions. For example, the yearly 1 star will be in the North in 2013. Both the 1 and North stars resonate with the element of water. The annual start of 7 metals will be in the west and west is inherently a “metal” type direction. What this is going to do is intensify both positive and negative influences from each direction.

Historically, these passages of time were taken so seriously that Chinese emperors wore robes of the color associated with the season or the grandest cycles of the time. My best advice to anyone truly interested in their potential for the year is to enlist the services of a highly skilled astrologer, Feng Shui master, or Nine Star Ki fortune teller to look more deeply into the stars and what they have to say for you. personally, transcending the superficial. Otherwise, the general predictions are just that, general.

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