What Oprah, Sarah Palin and Kathleen Selebius Have in Common

This month the Fame Star sits on the area of the feng shui bagua tied to middle aged women, people who are famous and those in the entertainment industry.   In the past three days this combination has been triggered in a big way.

First, Sarah Palin came out with her new book Going Rogue.  She had throngs of people waiting in line for her first book signing in Michigan and the press gave her tons of coverage. 

Next came the new government recommendations from the Preventive Services Task Force saying unless you’re a woman over 60 you don’t need mammograms after all.  They also recommended that doctors stop teaching women to do self breast examinations.  This sent off a backlash from the American Cancer Society, Olivia Newton-John and women all across America. 

To make matters even more confusing the health and human services director Kathleen Sebelius came out and said, “Ignore the new recommendations and just keep doing what you’ve always done.”  Dr. Nancy Schneiderman of NBC and other doctors accused Sebelius of throwing her the task force under a bus.  She’s still catching heat over this and probably will for a while.

The most recent woman in the limelight popped up today: Oprah Winfrey.  She’s already one of the most visible women in media but she got even more attention when she announced that her show will be ending September 9, 2011.  Oprah’s show has been on the air for 25 years so this is big news.

All of these seemingly out of the blue events are perfectly timed with the feng shui Flying Stars for the month.

Find out what the Flying Stars could have in store for you by getting your personal feng shui outlook here: http://www.palmbeachfengshui.com/Feng_Shui_Advice.html


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