Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2023 – 3 Star

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Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2023 – 3 Star

Are you prepared for 2023 year of the Rabbit

© Written by Daniel Hanna 2022

Are you prepared for 2023?

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Chen 3 Jade, the sound of Lu Chun #3 Jade can be heard in the southeast in 2023

Flying Stars 2023 3 Star Chen

The annual #3 star has flown into the southeast for 2023, and when disturbed, this can bring all sorts of issues ranging from stress, legal issues, disputes, loss of wealth, theft and arguments. Luckily, this palace can quickly be resolved and kept settled with the proper cures and enhancers.

The best way to avoid activating the annual #3 star is by keeping this area calm and settled. Although it is very unlikely for most people to completely avoid the southeast this year, by being mindful of noise levels and introducing fire and earth cures and colours, we should not see big problems in this area.

If you have an important room in the southeast in 2023, such as an office, bedroom, living room etc., please read the advice below, as frequent interaction in this area can activate the annual #3. All occupants of the home and workplace can be affected by the influence of the southeast this year. However, once activated, females, especially the eldest daughter, will be affected by this inauspicious star.

Colour choices for the southeast in 2023 – red, orange, purple, burgundy, pink, lilac, brown, terracotta, yellow, beige
Colours to avoid in the southeast in 2023 – green, white, silver, gold, copper, bronze, black, grey, blue
Elements to use in the southeast in 2023 – fire and earth
Elements to avoid in the southeast in 2023 – wood, metal and water

If you have a main door in the southeast this year, please try to avoid slamming the door as much as possible and place a Ba Gua mirror above the front door on the outside. It is also wise to avoid renovations, overly loud music, TV and playing children in the southeast as much as possible, as noise and human interaction can bring issues.

To remedy the effects of the annual #3 star in 2023, you should introduce fire and earth cures such as crystals and candles this year to weaken or drain the wood star. Lamps, candles, and led lighting will work well in the southeast this year as the fire energy will weaken the annual star.

The best cure I can recommend for the southeast in 2023 is to place a Paijie laughing protection Buddha; this is a vital and very powerful cure to place in the southeast of your home and workplace during the year of the Rabbit to weaken and control the spiteful energy of the inauspicious annual #3 star.

Please avoid having wood, water or metal cures in the southeast during 2023 as the water will enhance the bad annual star, and the metal will destroy the annual star, which is too strong of an energy and will cause much more severe problems.

Using the colour red in Feng Shui in 2023

If you have a water feature or fish tank in the southeast during 2023, this will enhance the annual #3 star, causing the malevolent influence to strengthen, so please relocate the water feature or fish tank to the south for 2023. If you are unable to move the water, please make sure that you introduce some strong fire colours along with a Paijie laughing protection Buddha near this.

How to control the annual #3 star in 2023

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Summary for the annual #3 star in the southeast in 2023:

Please read through all paperwork during 2023 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.

Better months are March, May, August, September, October and December.

Take extra care in February, April, June, July, November and January (2024).

Remedies and advice for the #3 visiting the southeast in 2023

  • A fast cure is to place a light in the southeast of your home or office. If you have a choice, a lamp with a wooden stand and a peach/red shade is better.
  • Place a Paijie laughing protection Buddha in the southeast of your home or office.
  • Avoid metal cures in the southeast, especially windchimes.
  • Take extra security measures for the whole home or business during 2023, and check smoke alarms regularly.
  • Regularly lighting a candle in the southeast will help weaken the annual #3 star in 2023.
  • Check through everything before signing documents, especially if your office is in the southeast.
  • Beware of backstabbing, as sometimes it is unseen behind your back and from someone, you thought you knew quite well.
  • You should avoid having a water feature in the southeast unless you understand your fixed flying stars well.
  • Introduce fire and earth colours into the southeast to weaken the #3 wood star.

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4 thoughts on “Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2023 – 3 Star

  1. Hi, should I still concentrate on earth and metal elements if the mountain and water stars are #5 and #2 respectively? Natal star is #7. This bagua contains my daughters bedroom. Not sure if I should use a salt cure and 6 coins tied with red ribbon or not. Thanks!

    1. Hi Gina,

      If you have the 5 & 2 as fixed stars i would use a salt cure and six coins tied with red ribbon even though the base #7 star is weakening the earth stars which is ok but not enough

      Best wishes

      Daniel .

  2. Hi there! Thanks for all this helpful info!

    I was wondering why a lamp with a *wooden* stand in particular is recommended for the SE this year?

    1. Hi,

      You’re very welcome 🙂

      The recommendation for a wooden base is because this would work better than a metal base, which would destroy the wood. Either element will be ok to use in reality, and I would not worry about trying to find a wooden stand if you already have a lamp that you can use.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      Daniel

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