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.
Summer is here! May 5th takes us into the month of the Water Snake and the start of summer in the Chinese solar calendar. In the Flying Star Feng Shui chart for May 2021, star 2 of illness is in the center, indicating the need to maintain health and safety precautions.
April 4th takes us into the month of the Water Dragon, the last month of spring and the third month of the Ox year in the Chinese solar calendar. In the Flying Star Feng Shui chart, monthly star 3 of arguments, associated with the Thunder trigram, takes center stage, indicating a month when conflicts can easily arise. Read the second half of this update to learn how messages contained in the monthly trigram can guide us in turning a potentially argumentative month into a peaceful one.
March 5 takes us into the first day of the Metal Rabbit month. We’re now in the second month of the Ox year and the middle of spring in the Chinese solar calendar. Monthly star 4 in the center of the Feng Shui Flying Star chart shares the same Yin Wood element as the Rabbit, highlighting the qualities of Yin Wood and continuing the previous month’s theme of new beginnings.