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110 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2019 Accordi... · 0 replies · +1 points

hey foongpc, did JY ever say that this reset date/time (and direction) is derived from the QMDJ concept based on the hour chart? i don't recall this being discussed ever in his sessions publicly.
But my review of these 2 dates/timings and direction has certain fixed formations which are common between them. i am trying to establish the combinations of formations which are deemed good for resetting by JY.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 1 reply · +2 points

Okay, based on my own understanding, the direct/indirect spirit principles are broadly applicable only to external forms to the property. to that extent, we need not consider them when reviewing the internal flying stars configuration. Water activation when used indoor merely serve as a tool to achieve the purpose of attaining vibrancy of qi in a specific area. As such, it is okay to use water in any area within the house. Only incorrectly placed external water/mountain features which will have more dramatic effects on the environment as a whole.
And again, activation via actual physical activities within the said area will always trump any other forms of activation techniques in case of any doubts.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 3 replies · +2 points

Oh, I am sorry to hear that. Double stars meeting at facing is certainly a positive formation when timely during any given period. But for star 7, it is not so much when no longer timely.
Negative external forms tend to be difficult to overcome, and it is so especially negative if they are placed at SW which is the resident palace of star 2.
I am assuming that you have tried the typical remedies of using fencing or walls or strategically planted trees to help dissipate some of the qi from the T-junction. Regardless, I do concede that they are less than ideal fixes if the T-junction squarely meets with your front door, particularly if the traffic is heavy.
As for the activation of your nobleman star, i was wondering if you can consider activating your tiger (to be considered in conjunction with the location of annual star 3 inn NE) as opposed to your horse? To explain, i would have to further elaborate on the quality of the noblemen stars (i.e. tiger vs. horse) as specific to xin daymasters. Traditionally speaking, noblemen can be further differentiated into "good" and "bad". "Bad" noblemen typically will provide "assistance" to you through putting you through the necessary trials and tribulations in order to learn the necessary lessons to progress in life to the next level. This is as opposed to "good" noblemen who would provide assistance to you in a unconditionally nice and comfortable way.
And from the perspective of xin daymasters, horse is considered as a textbook "bad" noblemen. This is because horse also happens to be the anti-intelligence star to rat (which is the intelligence star of xin). In this case, the horse would accordingly seek to strategise and deploy tactics to bring forth obstructions (possibly downfall) to the goals of xin, which supposedly would at the end of the day cause xin to benefit from the resultant lessons. I suppose this might be more prevalent in the case of office politics, but nonetheless, I thought I should further qualify my earlier statements on noblemen just to provide an added perspective that daymasters and their accompanying noblemen are unfortunately not created equal.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 0 replies · +2 points

It has also been a pleasure responding your queries as well. It provides me with a great opportunity to work my brain as well. And you are welcome of course.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 0 replies · +2 points

Yes, that's exactly what I am trying to say. :)

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 5 replies · +2 points

I think it would be fairer to say as far as the xin daymaster is concerned, folks who are born with either the tiger and/or horse branch(es) in any of their 4 pillars (or luck pillars) would have the potential to be xin's noblemen under the right circumstances in the respective 4 areas of the life. The same would therefore be also true for the anti-noblemen branches.
The affinity would however be stronger if your own natal chart and/or luck pillars carry the nobleman star(s) of course, since in this case, their presence would be "assured" in your whole life (or 10 years if they show up only in the luck pillar).
Based on your responses so far, I am inferring that you are initially keen to use water to activate the horse sub-sector in the south of your house to activate the horse nobleman star in your natal chart. Are you having some specific issues with people or events which require the assistance from noblemen to help resolve? Or this is just for some general boost of external help?

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 2 replies · +2 points

For your question 4, I think the answer lies in the purpose you are using the flying star fengshui for. :) Let me explain below.
When JY wrote the aquarium book (which incidentally was revealed by JY himself to be the all-time best seller of all his metaphysics books - side trivial), I believe he wrote this from the perspective of using the "unchanging" form to meet the "changing" forms. This is the concept embraced by landform fengshui practitioners where the focus would be to setup the property right from inception, i.e. in the right location with good land forms, and then the property would then withstand all challenges that would come with time.
Similarly, based on the natal chart of the property, and by setting the aquarium right in the best position location from inception, it will help the occupants weather all storms henceforth on a long term basis. In this case, I would think JY would naturally "ignore" the annual stars since they are form part of the "changing" that the aquarium (i.e. "unchanging") is meant to withstand.
However, if you perspective is to use the "changing" forms to meet the "unchanging", then you would have to consider the impact of the annual stars naturally. In this case, you would be pursuing fengshui for the shorter term, and thereby need to "chase" the annual stars to maximize benefits or avoid detriments arising from these relevant stars. And actually, XK flying star theory is designed specifically for such shorter term fengshui endeavors (where results will arise much faster as well).
Depending on your immediate personal concerns and focus on longer-term vs. shorter term fengshui, you can make the necessary adjustments to the placement of your aquarium.
I hope this would address at least part of the questions which you have asked in this part.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 2 replies · +2 points

For question 3, rather than answering your question directly, maybe I will just share what I understand conceptually on the topic of formula-based fengshui. I will just refer to this loosely as fengshui.
To me, fengshui, as with other aspects of metaphysics, is a study of the cosmic trinity, i.e. the embodiment of heaven, earth and man. At any point in time, fengshui exists only from the point when all 3 energy forms co-mingle to form one single body, i.e. without any one of the component, fengshui would cease to exist.
Traditionally from the viewpoint of formula-based fengshui, the embodiment which I have referred to in the above has been defined as space within which man lives, and where the energies from heaven and earth have also been encapsulated through boundaries erected around that space. And accordingly, it is only within the boundaries of this space where heaven, earth and man truly exist, and from which perspective can then formula-based fengshui be discussed.
The direct/indirect spirit theory (i.e. perpetual water in SW, N, E or SE being good) is used to assess the overall fengshui framework of surrounding forms (i.e. mountains and water) where the property sits. It deals with the bigger picture and longer term fengshui of the land from which positive/negative energies would be drawn into the property. Generally if it the principles are complied with, no matter how bad the flying stars chart of your specific house is, it really cannot be all that bad). I think it is from this perspective where the comments "moving water can always be placed OUTSIDE in the SW, N, E or SE" is from.
But this will change after period 9 is over, just as a note.
As for the natal flying star chart of the property, it calibrates the degree as to how good/bad the house actually is from another perspective, i.e. how well the property can react with the positive/negative aspects of external forms outside the property.
I hope this has provided to you at least some perspective on the question which you have asked.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 7 replies · +2 points

For question 2, for xin daymaster, the 2 nobleman stars are tiger and horse. the anti-nobleman stars (which I have coined loosely here) are in effect the branches that clash your nobleman branches. As such, they should be monkey (clashes tiger) and rat (clashes horse).
They are therefore also not derived from the 10 Gods, which I think I might have misled you into thinking. They is although the 10 Gods carried within the associated branch will give you a clue as to the underlying nature of the nobleman/anti-nobleman clash. They would manifest as unhelpful persons who at the low end put up obstacles in your path towards success and at the high end ever back-stab you, hence anti or opposite of what a nobleman would do.
And heavenly stems don't matter when it comes to discussions of auxiliary stars such as nobleman stars.

151 weeks ago @ My Very First Blog - Feng Shui 2018 Accordi... · 1 reply · +2 points

For your question 1, I would think the answer is no, i.e. in order to activate any stars specific to your own bazi, you don't necessarily need to have the relevant branches which contain that star within your natal chart.
In essence, it is precisely that you don't have those relevant branches within your natal chart where your need to "borrow" the star from the 24 mountains layout of your house via fengshui means.
Actually, I don't know if you are lucky or I am lucky, but I recall viewing a youtube video where JY has also responded to this specific point and here it is (at about the 13th minute mark): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asb_9QMF7tw
I would encourage you to view the whole video in its entirety, and for that matter all 3 videos of the same talk. They are all highly entertaining as usual.
But the one takeaway point I would like to highlight is that activation through actual usage of the space will always trump activation via alternate means including water. JY has mentioned this point in the video as well.