Flying Star Feng Shui change is in the air

For those of you who are sensitive to energy you may be feeling like change is in the air and you can’t quite put your finger on what’s causing it.

More than likely, it’s coming from the change in Flying Stars.

On February 4, the Feng Shui Flying Stars for 2011 will arrive and the Stars for 2010 will be gone.  But right now we are in a period of transition from one year’s energy to the next so what you’re feeling is the old Stars leaving and the energy of the new Stars beginning to make their way in.

If you put up your annual feng shui activations for 2010 and you’re already feeling this shift I would advise you to go ahead and take those activations down now.  This way you can give your home and/or office a couple of weeks to clear out the old to make way for the new.

If you can’t remember what your feng shui activations for 2010 were here is a chart for you to refer to:

2010 Flying Star feng shui activations and remedies

2010 Flying Star activations and remedies

You will want to put your 2011 Flying Star activations up on February 4th.  You can get all of the Flying Star Feng Shui activations and remedies in my new book Flying Star Feng Shui 2011  as I will not be posting this on my blog.

Flying Star Feng Shui 2011 by Chriss BarrFlying Star Feng Shui 2011 also includes your 4 personal best directions for career, health, relationships and wisdom along with your 4 less fortunate directions that create financial loss, health problems, frustration and other challenges. 

In addition to all of this great information Flying Star Feng Shui 2011 also includes your personal feng shui horoscope for the year.

Get your copy of Flying Star Feng Shui 2011 here and make your year a great one!


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. cynthia green
    Jan 18, 2011 @ 19:41:52

    How do you know your persona; direction and what your numbers are?


  2. Krista
    Jan 31, 2011 @ 13:44:29

    Hi Chriss,
    in your new book you recommend an 18″(or taller) laughing Buddha. I have one that is 13″ tall. My question: is it important that it is 18″ or taller? Please let me know, so I can go and find one that tall, if necessary.



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