Flying Stars Diagram of Period 8 (2004-2023)
Feng Shui Chi (Energy or airflow) travels to different locations over time. To find where the good Feng Shui energies are, we need to see the Chinese Feng Shui Flying Star calendar. The theory of Flying Stars guides us to select an auspicious house to live and auspicious bedroom to sleep. Thus we can receive good energy of the universe all day long.
The Chinese Feng Shui Flying Star calendar is similar to the Chinese Astrology calendar. Both of them have bi-hourly, daily, monthly, and yearly cycles. But Chinese astrology has 10-year major cycles and Flying Star has 20-year period cycles. Since the positions of Flying Stars are changing when the calendar cycles change. Daily Flying Stars impact people's fortune for only a day and Yearly Flying Star could bring good luck to people or house for one year. The Flying Star position of the Period Cycle won't move for 20 years. That means the Flying Star of Period cycle brings good fortune to people for 20 years long.
Most people will live in a house for more than one year. Therefore, we need to consider the cycle of 20-year Period Flying Star when looking for your home. Choosing a good Feng Shui house can bring good fortune into your house up 20 years. How many 20 years do you have?
Flying Star Diagram of Period 8
The complete cycle of the Flying Star is 180 years. It has nine 20-year periods. The most recent Period 1 was from 1864 to 1883. The recent Period 7 was from 1984 to 2003. The current Period 8 of Flying Stars is from 2004 to 2023. The next Period9 id from 2024 to 2043.
Period 8 is the 8th 20-year in the 180-year cycle. The center Kua Number of Flying Star is 8, which is in the Western-Four group (2,6,7,8). Therefore, the Western-Four Houses have a better advantage to bring good luck and fortune than the Eastern-Four Houses (1,3,4,9) during Period 8. If you are a Western-Four Person, then you will receive more blessings by living in a Western-Four House.
The 1-White, 6-White, 8-White, and 9-Purple are auspicious areas. In Period 8, 1-White of the West direction or 9-Purple of the Northwest corner are good locations for Eastern-Four people; 6-White at the East is good for Western-Four people. Since 8-White is in charge of Period 8, the Northeast corner gathers strong and good energy, which is considered an auspicious area, too.
When you look for your home, you need to think about what's the most important thing to you for the coming 10 years. Is it the wealth, career, love, marriage, health, education, or children? If you know your answer, then Feng Shui Flying Star can help you to find a house to enhance your good luck to reach your goal.
I-Ching and Flying Stars
Chinese Flying Star diagram is from the Later Heaven Pa Kua of I-Ching. Each Kua Number is connected to one I-Ching Trigram.
|Flying Stars and Pa Kua|
- 1-White: Kan (Water)
- 2-Black: Kun (Earth)
- 3-Green: Chen (Thunder)
- 4-Green: Sun (Wind)
- 6-White: Chien (Heaven)
- 7-Red: Tui (Lake)
- 8-White: Ken (Mountain)
- 9-Purple: Li (Fire)
Two I-Ching Trigrams together form an I-ching Hexagram. Using the philosophy of I-ching Hexagrams, Feng Shui Flying Star has its numerology of overlapping Kua Numbers. For example, Fire of 9-Purple and Mountain of 8-White implies fire or lighting at the bottom of the mountain. Fire is connected to cooking and lighting is connected to business, market, or party. Thus, 9-Purple and 8-White could be a sign of party, wedding, or wealth.
Overlapping Flying Stars at Houses and Bedrooms in Period 8
The theory of overlapping Flying Stars came from the philosophy of the relationships of Heaven, Earth, and Human. Heaven is related to the ky, sun, time, and calendar. Earth is related to the ground, environment, or house. We want to take a look at the Kua Number combinations between Period 8 and Feng Shui houses.