Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2021 – 3 Star

Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2021 – 3 Star

Are you prepared for 2021 year of the Ox

© Written by Daniel Hanna 2020

Are you prepared for 2021?

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Chen 3 Jade, the sound of Lu Chun #3 Jade can be heard in the southwest in 2021

Flying Stars 2021 3 Star Chen

From the 3rd of February 2021, the annual #3 star will fly into every home, office, and building around the world and the inherent water energy of the southwest will be conflicting with the inauspicious earth star and also with the annual affliction of Sui Po; we will need to treat the southwest carefully during the year of the Ox in order to avoid theft, a loss of wealth, arguments, disputes, legal issues and stress.

If you have a bedroom or office in the southwest, it is very important that you follow the advice below as human interaction can activate the #3 stars influence; this is very important for the eldest female (Matriarch) of the household and all females in general. Please do not panic if you will be spending a lot of time in the southwest throughout the year as this area can be treated with the relevant cures and enhancers for 2021 to avoid issues that the #3 star can bring.

Pair of Bi You Pi Yao statuesThe southwest is particularly afflicted in 2021 as we have Sui Po fall into the area, making this a hazardous place that will require treating along with peace. To Weaken the annual #3 star and also appease Sui Po in 2021, I would recommend placing a pair of Bi You Pi Yao statues in the southwest of your home or office from the 3rd of February 2021.

If the southwest of your home or office has a front door, please make sure that the door is never slammed as this will likely activate the nasty effects of Sui Po. I would also recommend taking care of internal doors and windows in the southwest this year and avoid excessive noise both inside and out.

Feng Shui breaking ground in 2021It is also wise to avoid digging and renovation in the southwest of your home or office during the year of the Ox as this will anger Sui Po and cause problems. If you cannot avoid carrying out repairs during 2021, please make sure you follow the advice below and try to carry out the work during February, May, June, July, September, or November as this is when we will have a visiting auspicious monthly star that will lessen the negative influence present in the North.

The worst thing you could do in the southwest from the 3rd  February 2021 to the 3rd February 2022 would be to take on any groundbreaking work such as replace window or door frames, knock through an internal wall, build an extension, lay a patio or other similar work. My general rule of thumb for small jobs such as hammering a nail to hang a picture or drill a hole is to minimise as much noise as you can; if you can use a manual hand drill, it is better to be safe than sorry.

Using the colour red in Feng ShuiTo remedy the effects of the annual #3 star flying into the southwest in 2021, I would recommend introducing red decorations and colours into the southwest for the year. Some easy ways to introduce these colours are a red floor mat, cushions or sofa throw. You can also introduce candles, lamps and lights into the southwest for the year to weaken the bad wood star.

Metal Feng ShuiYou should not place any metal into the southwest in 2021 to control this energy as this will aggravate the annual #3 star; metal colours are ok to use but please do not use too much.

Water features should not be used in the southwest in 2021 unless you have a good understanding of the fixed flying stars of your property as this can bring arguments, wealth issues, divorce and legal problems into your life; unless you take your land formations, period, mountain and water stars into account, please be very careful.

You may have read in some books or on websites where they say that the #3 wood star can be a good one in period 8 (2004-2024), but in my opinion, it is an extremely unpredictable star, and you should not try to activate it unless you know what you are doing with regards to the flying stars or the Academy of Feng Shui software has advised you to do so.

Check through paperwork in 2021Please be sure to read through all paperwork during 2021, and double-check before signing anything as the annual #3 star can bring lawsuits, disagreements and general issues with others. Please remember to take care as a lack of attention could end in a loss of time, energy and resources.

If you have a main door in the southwest of your home or office during 2021, I would recommend using another door to enter and leave the house if you can; most of us won’t have this luxury, and if you have no choice but to use the door, please make sure you do not slam it shut. I would also recommend hanging a ba gua wealth protection mirror above your front door in the southwest for 2021 for added protection.

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Remedies and advice for the #3 visiting the southwest in 2021

  • Place a light in the southwest of your home or office. If you have a choice, a lamp with a wooden stand and a peach/red shade is better. Try to leave it on whenever you are using the room.
  • Place a pair of Bi You Pi Yao statues in the southwest of your home or office.
  • Do not place wind chimes of any material in the southwest as this will make matters worse.
  • Take extra security measures for the whole home or business during 2021 and check smoke alarms regularly.
  • Check through everything before signing documents, especially if your office is in the southwest.
  • Beware of backstabbing, as sometimes it is unseen and behind your back and also from someone you thought you knew quite well.
  • You should avoid having a water feature in the southwest unless you have a good understanding of your fixed flying stars.
  • Introduce some fire colours into the southwest to weaken the #3 wood star.

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