It can explain why the last four owners of a particular home have divorced within an 18-month to two- year time frame (as was the case in a home that I assessed a couple of years ago) or why it has been a ‘lucky’ house for the previous owner and yet not the case for you.
As with everything in life, there are the tangible and intangible influences. The Flying Star deals more with the intangible aspect of Feng Shui relying on accurate orientation readings and the year the building was erected or first occupied as its basis for formulations. It must also take into account when major renovations or extensions took place.
With this method it is important to use a Lo-Pan (traditional Feng Shui compass) to determine the exact orientation of a building.
The Flying Star method involves calculating a chart so that you can determine the dynamics existing between the different areas of a home or office complex.
In this way, you can come to understand how the building will influence the occupants over time. This is why it’s wisest to use the Flying Star method before you have completed your new home.
Armed with this information, a Flying Star practitioner can determine the best arrangement of rooms within the home, interior design features including placement of furniture, colour schemes, landscaping etc... so as to promote harmony and prosperity.
Given that the ‘Flying Star’ school is able to determine the prevailing energy within a home and the impact it will have on the occupants - a practitioner can suggest the implementation of a plan of action that will maximise good fortune and minimise potentially negative situations even in established homes or offices.
With this method, you can determine whether a particular building is conducive to promoting negative influences and if so, what are they and how can they be rectified. You can also conclude in what way the house is going to affect the occupants, which person will be more specifically affected and how it can be avoided.
There will also be years where you are able to make more money or be more successful and years where bad luck will prevail.
Learning the formulas of the ‘Flying Star’ school can be relatively easy. However, the interpretation of these formulas and how to deal with them will determine a practitioners level of expertise. The latter requires time and a good teacher who is well versed in this particular school.