Feng Shui & Chinese Astrology Notes

September 7th takes us into the month of the Fire Rooster, the eighth month of the Metal Ox year. We’re now in the height of fall in the Chinese solar calendar, with Metal element at its strongest. In the Feng Shui Flying Star chart, monthly star 7, also of Metal element, is in the center.

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August 7th takes us into the month of the Fire Monkey, the first month of fall in the Chinese solar calendar, a season ruled by Metal element. We’re now in the second half of the year of the Ox. In the Feng Shui Flying Star chart, auspicious monthly star 8 takes center stage, offering us a preview of a vibrant month ahead.

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July 7 takes us into the month of the Wood Sheep, the last month of summer in the Chinese solar calendar. It’s a month to be cautious of conflicts and opposing viewpoints as the Sheep (or the Goat) and the Ox present opposing energies. In the Flying Star Feng Shui chart, monthly star 9 of joy and future prosperity, associated with the Fire trigram is in the center, bringing hopes for the future. Read the second half of this update to learn how the nature of the monthly trigram influences the world at large.

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June 5 takes us into the month of the Wood Horse. We’re now approaching solstice, the height of summer in the Chinese solar calendar, a time of light and joy. In the Feng Shui Flying Star chart, star 1 of victory and wisdom is in the center, bringing positive energy into the fifth month of the year of the Ox.

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