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Lunar Period Feng Shui 2004

Chinese Lunar New Year 2004

With the Chinese lunar new year at around the end of the month, a number of people especially those getting ready to usher in the new year are normally involved in a hive of activity and can be seen busy tidying, cleaning, getting rid of those unwanted things that have been stacked aside and simply not finding any use for them now, getting the house painted etc. The list just goes on and on.

For others who have still to embark on these activities, questions are being asked and answer sought as to the best dates, time, etc. to undertake those activities. Readers and Feng Shui enthusiasts have also called and e-mailed me for advise as to the taboos, auspicious dates for spring cleaning, good and bad directions, essential Feng Shui updates, fortunes for the various lunar signs and genaral outlook for businesses.

The year of the wood Monkey commences on the 22nd Jan 2004 and based on the school of flying star technique, the Star number 5 is the reigning for the whole of the lunar year. This is also the first year of the cycle period of 8 yun where numerous changes to the 'Chi' of the sectors and directions will take place with tremendous implications beginning 4th Feb 2004.

According to the I-Ching (Book of Wisdom) indications are this year's outlook will be good fortunes, new things to learn for most people for the first half of the year with setbacks and misfortunes from the second half of the year. Although this is a year to be enterprising and to venture into new business and commerce, you are advice to take things one step at a time and not to be too overzealous to avoid disappointments.

Businesses that will do well includes those related to earth as in infrastructure, construction, developers, property management, poultry and animal feed, fertilizers, commission agents, interior design, crystals, earthenware, landscaping, architectural, plastics etc. Metal based business will also experience an equally good time and these are business such as finance, banks, gaming, stock broking, iron works, gold, machinery, transportation, vehicles, jewelleries, hardware, security, insurance, alarm systems, secretarial services, vehicle workshops etc. Fire based business will also benefit although on a lesser scale and this includes petroleum and petrol stations, electronics and electrical, gas, consumer goods, restaurants, handicraft, beauty and hair saloons, costume accessories, cosmetics, cottage industries etc.

Business connected to water or wood based will be slightly affected especially those involved in air conditioner, frozen foods, sports equipment, toys, hotels, import and export, film industries, safety equipment, franchise, mobile stalls, stationary, advertising and media houses, medicines, garments and fashion etc.

According to the chinese Almanac, generally, those born in the year of the Dragon, Rat, Monkey, Rooster, Ox, Snake, Sheep, Boar and Rabbit will fare better in their careers, business, investment and relationships while those born in the years of the Horse, Tiger and Dog will face setbacks. These people must ensure that they are not to disturb or carry out renovatons or to sleep or face the SWW sector which houses this year's Grand Duke Jupiter as they will be especially prone to incur the wrath of the Grand Duke Jupiter.

Essentially, the bad directions for the year are those facing South (Housing the three killings), the center quadrant (Housing the Wu Hwang or five yellow of all buildings one must be careful when undertaking renovations or digging here), WSW - (West Southwest) and ENE (East Northeast). Those facing West will have mixed fortunes.

To rectify the bad Feng Shui, those of you staying in houses facing the following directions are recommended to undertake the following:

Direction Affliction Remedies
South 3 killings use red color
Center Quadrant 5 yellow use metal / shiny objects / windchimes
West Southwest Grand duke no digging / place crystals
East Northeast Sui Por no digging / no fire / place water
West injuries use yang water

The Good directions for the year are NEE (Northeast East), SW (South West), Northeast, NNE (North Northeast), North, Northwest. Those facing Southeast will have mixed fortunes.

As spring cleaning and especially painting of the house which is considered a major part of renovation, it is imperative to choose an auspicious date before undertaking the activity as otherwise you may activate negative 'Chi' and bring forth misfortunes and bad Feng Shui. The following are some auspicious dates for spring cleaning, painting etc.

Date Day Time Commence
28th Dec 03 Sunday 7.00am to 9.00am / 1.00pm to 3.00pm
31st Dec 03 Wednesday 7.00am to 11.00am
3rd Jan 04 Saturday 9.00am to 11.00am / 1.00pm to 3.00pm
7th Jan 04 Wednesday 7.00am to 9.00am
9th Jan 04 Friday 11.00am to 1.00pm
11th Jan 04 Sunday 9.00am to 11.00am / 3.00pm to 5.00pm
14th Jan 04 Wednesday 9.00am to 11.00am
16th Jan 04 Friday 9.00am to 11.00am
19th Jan 04 Monday 11.00am to 1.00pm

Colors to use and for the new year decorations are yellow, red, white, golden and silver. Besides earth tones, these are the major colors of period 8 yun.

The Lunar Year begins on a different day each year for a period/cycle coinciding with the five elements and again in a repetitive cycle. Please view the Date of Lunar New Year from period 1924 to 2005.

	
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Period 8 Yun
Animal Signs & Characteristic
Colours & Their Effect
Auspicious Star Numbers & Combinations
Inauspicious Numbers & Combinations
Meaning of Combinations of Annual Stars & Trigram Stars
Meaning of Combinations Between Mountain Stars & Water Stars
Pa Kua Trigrams & Their Attributes
Important Factors to Consider
Calculating the Kua Numbers
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