October 2004 update on Xuan Kong Flying Stars

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October 2004 update on Xuan Kong Flying Stars

By Sallie Tsui Sien

October 2004 Flying Stars

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I shall explain a little here what Xuan Kong (flying stars) is in order to benefit our readers who are not familiar with it.

The Xuan Kong system addresses the time dimension of Feng Shui of a given property (home or office). This is an analysis of the interaction of elements (fire, earth, metal, water and wood) within the different sectors of the property and how we may enhance the good energies to give us support or suppress the bad energies by keeping them at bay. Every year we put together an annual cures kit which enhances good stars and cures bad stars; these are essential for every home and office.

If you are thinking of building a house, this is the time when we analyse the natal chart (flying star chart as below) to determine the best locations for all doors and the allocation of important rooms in order to harness the beneficial distribution of energy. Every property will have good and bad stars; the secret is placing the good stars in places like an office, bedroom, lounge or dining room and the bad ones in places like a bathroom, en-suite, cloakroom or utility room.


In Feng Shui terms, the interaction between the energies (good or bad) of each sector of a Xuan Kong chart above will affect the well-being of the household.

In addition, this interaction is further influenced by the visitation of the Annual visiting energy that represents the potential influence, as well as the Monthly visiting energy that acts like a catalyst. These influences are experienced in varying degrees throughout the month because of the Daily visiting energy.

The important palaces (sectors) that affect us most are:

a. The main / front door

b. The door you use for entry and exit frequently or on a daily basis

c. The sector where your office is located within the building

d. Your bedroom location within your property

e. The rooms that are used frequently where most activities, noise and movement are, e.g. kitchen, living room, study or the playroom

What do we do with this information?

In every house, there are good and bad palaces which affect our daily lives. How and who gets affected (good or bad) depends on who occupies which area. The objective here is to be aware of the influences and how to capitalise on the beneficial energies or avoid the unfavourable influences either through enhancers or cures or avoidance. Knowing the effects of the influences allows us to take appropriate measures and actions to calm interactions. So, do not get too worried when you come across a bad sector – sometimes with thought, care and the appropriate elements, we can balance any conflict of energies or compensate the lack of an element to bring harmony to a palace. That said, if a palace is particularly bad, avoidance is the best cure.

You do not have to run around and try to cure every affected sector of your house. Simply be aware of the potential influences of the sectors. The objective of this update is to prepare you by informing you of the intangible forces of energy that exist in each sector of the house and how these may influence your performance.

Please do not panic when you find that your bedroom is located in an affected sector for the month. This is only a temporary influence and can be avoided. If you cannot avoid the room completely, then try to use the good small sectors (tai chi) of the room.

You are only affected (positively or negatively) by the frequently used areas. Hence the advice:

  • Use the beneficial areas more and the areas of negative influences less. For example, if the living room is affected by conflicting energies, try not to play loud music in this room for the month. By keeping the area quiet, you successfully manipulate the effect of the energies.
  • If possible, use another door if your main door is negatively affected this month.
  • Use the good sectors to solve existing problems whether they concern relationships or money matters.

If your main door is affected and this is only the door you have in your property, you should take extra care in what you do during the affected month. You will know it may not be a good time to take risks and also to take extra care of your health.

Many may have their annual cures in place to ensure a smooth year ahead; if not please follow this link for more details. The annual cures can be placed at any time of the year up until February 2005.

Xuan Kong Flying Stars October 2004:

From October 8th to November 6th 2004 is the month of Jia Xu (Yang Wood Dog), the ninth month of the Jia Shen year (Yang Wood Monkey year) with the ruling energy of #3 Jade in the central grid.

The Beneficial Palaces for Jia Xu (Yang Wood Dog) Month are:

Northeast and North – Offices with doors opening to the northeast or north may find their business goes up a beat this month. The energies denote great business opportunities so make hay whilst the sun shines. There is no need to enhance the sectors. If you happen to occupy an office in either of these two sectors in your office or at home, stride ahead with your plans and ventures. Keep a task light on your desk for better concentration.

These two locations are also good for studies. Students undergoing exams should take advantage of the influences of these areas. Make sure that they face one of their good directions when seated at the desk. A task light on the desk will help to keep them focus with the tasks at hand. If you have a crystal globe this is a great place to have this month. These two areas this month will benefit from quartz or glass crystals; hopefully if you follow our annual cures you will already have enhanced the northeast sector with crystal. Try and store important papers here this month but make sure you check back next month on where you should move them to.

For those who likes to work with symbolic objects, you can place your three legged toad in northeast or north corner of the office /study but make sure that it faces into the room and not outwards.

East – East is a good sector for those whose work requires a lot of travelling. Use this sector well if travelling is the means of bringing business in. A good sector for artists on tours or those working in tour related fields.


Sectors to be aware of this month:

Southeast – Couples occupying this sector of their home may find their relationships suddenly under stress for no rhyme or reason. Problems could be caused by in-laws and this is especially true for those whose in-laws live under the same roof. The best cure is to avoid direct confrontation. Remember, this is only a monthly influence and it will pass. If you use our monthly cures kit you should place a Wu Lou along with six Chinese coins tied in a row with red ribbon in the east this month, this will weaken the negative earth element this month.

South – The combination of energy in the south can cause bad temper bringing disputes and disagreement. There is also the danger of fire. Precautions are the best remedy. Install smoke alarms if there is none especially in the kitchen. Ensure that the hobs and gas cookers are turned off completely after use. Do not leave lit candles unattended particularly in the bedroom.

Anyone and particularly elderly people with a weak heart should try and avoid this palace. If this is not possible, use blue in the room’s furnishing e.g. beddings, doormats or rugs. Place some blue items on your work desks if your office is in this palace. Do not get drawn into any heated disagreement. What needs to be said can be said when tempers have cooled. Red colours, or any ornamental objects that are sharp or triangular in shape are best avoided in this palace.

You can place some earthen objects, e.g. a round clear or quartz crystal, a boulder, or some terracotta pots in the south of the room to calm the fiery combination of this month.

Southwest – Offices located here may encounter obstacles in endeavours or in any ventures undertaken. A metal cure is needed, for instance, six Chinese coins placed in the southwest corner of the room. If this is your bedroom, place a pair of golden Wu Lou by your bedside. West – Beware of health issues if you occupy a west room in the office or home. Mouth ulcers may flare up or you may find a weakening of internal energy that slows your work down. Remember to drink lots of water.

Make sure that there are no external ‘poison arrows’ in this location of the property or building as this malevolent configuration can aggravate the situation further. If external ‘poison arrows’ are found in this location, you can hang a Ba Gua mirror outside of this location to deflect the Sha qi.

Do not hang a wind chime here or you will be followed by a host of arguments, disputes and, at worst, law suits. If you have a wind chime here already, I would suggest taking it down for the month. Place some blue items (e.g. a vase) on your desk or use blue or wavy pattern beddings on your bed. If you use our monthly cures kit you should place a Wu Lou along with six Chinese coins tied in a row with red ribbon in the east this month, this will weaken the negative earth element this month.

Northwest – The influence this month can cause relationships issues. If this is a bedroom, use blue furnishings to calm interaction. If this is an office, you can place a small water plant in the northwest corner of the office to balance the elements.

I hope you find this October update useful in keeping you informed of which sector is potentially influenced by positive or negative qi. Do not hesitate to write to me at sallie@fengshuiweb.co.uk should you need to clarify anything. I will try to answer all your questions.

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What if you cannot move rooms?

If you are unable to move to another room for the month, make sure your bed or work/study tables are in a more beneficial area for the month.

If you or your child are in a bedroom in a bad area of the home this month, get your compass and stand in the centre of your room and place the bed or desk in a more auspicious area for the month as mentioned above.

As you can
see from above, you can turn a bad situation into a better one. You will not only avoid all problems but the child will benefit from being in a good area. You must try and keep the bad area quiet so it is not a good idea to have a music centre in the bad area. Remember that you can apply this to any room in your home so if your office is in an afflicted sector, place your desk in an auspicious sector of the room this month

I know it
is easier said than done but moving out of a room that has temporary inauspicious qi is worth it. This is so especially with health issues provided you can afford the space and rooms. If you cannot, do not fret. The effect can be minimised by relocating the bed or study/work/office table to an auspicious sector (follow example above) of the room or placing cures as recommended on this site. As I have said before, this is a monthly influence and so it will pass.

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