December 7 takes us into the Water Rat month. We’re now in the height of winter in the Chinese solar calendar. Monthly star 1 of wisdom in the center of the Feng Shui Flying Star chart brings relief and hopes for new beginnings after November’s inauspicious pairing of misfortune and illness stars in the center.
The month of the Metal Pig arrives on November 7th. Winter’s here according to the solar calendar! Expect a fast-moving month ahead as the Pig and bestie the Tiger, both travel stars, will be present together through the month from now to December 6. In the Feng Shui Flying Star chart, the combination of monthly star 2 of illness and the annual star 5 of misfortune in the center indicates the need to be cautious.
October 8th takes us into the month of the Metal Dog, the last month of fall in the Chinese solar calendar. With monthly star 3, a Wood element star associated with the Thunder trigram in the center of the Feng Shui Flying Star chart, it’s a month to be conscious of anger as conflicts can easily arise, with neither party willing to compromise.
September 7th takes us into the month of the Earth Rooster, the eighth month of the Water Tiger year. We’re now in the middle of fall in the Chinese solar calendar, with Metal element at its strongest. It’s a relationship oriented month with the Rooster and star 4 of romance in the center of the Feng Shui Flying Star chart.