Flying Stars 2021
Classical Feng Shui
The new Feng Shui year begins on the 3th February 2021, in line with the Chinese solar year, Li Chun, the first day of Spring. 2021 is governed by the Ox and the 6 Metal Lo Shu number. Every year the visiting Flying Stars move sector bringing a new influence into each cardinal sector in the property and with this comes a change in the natal Flying Stars blueprint. On this day the Annual Afflictions also move around the Lo Shu square, changing the favourable and unfavourable sectors when considering construction and ground breaking in 2021. Read more about these 2021 Feng Shui influences here.
Annual Flying Stars 2021
6 Metal Year
6 Star – Central Palace - Favourable
The 6 Metal Star, is known as the military Star associated with power, authority, career, politicians, leadership and strength.
2 Star – North - Unfavourable
The 2 Earth Star that brings health problems and illness to this sector, relating to stomach, respiration conditions and health issues. Not suited to where you sleep, rest, cook or spend time in.
9 Star – North East - Favourable
The 9 Fire Star, is associated with expansion, promotion, recognition and new beginnings.
4 Star – East - Favourable
The 4 Wood Star is associated with education, study, academia.
5 Star – South East - Unfavourable
The 5 Yellow Star. A difficult star that can be weakened using the Metal Element. This sector should be quiet, peaceful, free of clutter and limiting construction or ground breaking, with little activity for the year. Use a five prong metal wind chime to dissipate the effects.
1 Star – South - Favourable
The 1 Water Star is known for personal growth, reputation, recognition and development.
3 Star – South West - Unfavourable
The 3 Wood Star is associated with arguments, stress, lawsuits, legal problems, raised tempers and conflict.