5 tips to boost prosperity and health this CNY

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 08 Feb 2018

THOSE who follow fengshui will know what “flying stars” are about. The flying star is an annual astrological chart in fengshui practice. Each year, the stars (No.1 to 9) will “fly” into nine different sectors of the house or property and remain in position for a year. 

These yearly stars are said to affect people’s lives positively or negatively. The stars are deemed auspicious if they bring favourable energy such as wealth and luck while inauspicious or malicious stars bring bad luck, illness and misfortune.

You can choose to “activate” such sectors where the lucky stars reside for the year with placement of fengshui objects or enhancers to welcome wealth or luck. Likewise, they would supress negative energy of unlucky stars as well.

In this Year of the Dog, the flying star No.9 will fly into the centre of the house or property. This flying star is deemed to be the most auspicious and is associated with wealth and happiness, says fengshui master Jessie Lee, adding that activation of the location of the lucky star will boost one’s luck.

Lee and Hong Kong fengshui master Mak Ling Ling share tips for prosperity and health for those who want to tap into positive qi (energy) and be prosperous.

Tip 1

As the star No.9 occupies the centre of the house, Lee advises to leave the area spacious and to declutter for better energy flow. 

Star No.9 is also related to the auspicious colour, purple. Activate this area by placing purple or red objects – flowers, lamp, angpows, firecrackers decoration or Chinese lanterns – to welcome the star. 


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