Flying Star Feng Shui outlook for September 2011

I know, I know.  This post is late.  That’s what happens when school starts, my schedule is packed and the only time left is for sleep.  You’re probably in the same boat.

The new Flying Star month began on Sept. 8 and runs through Oct. 7, 2011.  Here is the outlook for the rest of the month:

 
This is one of those tricky months where the Flying Star influences are more challenging than helpful.  Whenever months like this come up just remember that this is a good time for you to learn something, especially if the challenging Flying Stars are on one of your personal best directions.

September’s ‘theme’ is indicated by the Flying Stars sitting in the Center gua (the middle of the tic-tac-toe symbol) and this month’s focus is travel, and is  especially beneficial if you’re a traveling salesman.  Be careful if you have a kitchen in the center of your home, though, as you’re more prone to cuts and injuries with sharp objects now.

The Stars in the southeast are good for sudden fame or recognition so if you’ve been working hard at something you may find that people suddenly show up to give you an attaboy or thank you for your work.  Because of the Star combination here this month you could also find yourself burning through money faster than usual. 

The south is a really difficult direction this month so avoid sleeping in a south bedroom or working in a south office if possible.  This area is prone to health problems and events that could negatively impact health.

The southwest can bring marital problems.  If you and your spouse or even a business partner have not been getting along you may decide to split this month.  Because the Stars in the Center gua encourage marital affairs this month you may hear of someone you know getting caught having an affair and, as a result, end up divorcing their spouse.

The east are brings about the desire for gambling and speculation.  If you don’t have the money to lose, don’t gamble.  Since the east is tied to family a family member may appear asking for an investment in a ‘deal that just can’t lose.’  You’d be smart to decline the offer.

The west is prone to disagreements, bickering and jealousy.  If you have children or work with children you’ll find they have a harder time getting along this month.  Focus on humor because laughter is truly the best medicine for the Flying Stars sitting here.

If you’re a writer or a student the best place to study is in the northeast.  The northeast also happens to be the direction for eduction, wisdom and learning so between the Flying Stars and the feng shui energy of this gua you can’t lose!

The north is troublesome for teenagers and can bring head injuries.  Try to avoid this area if possible.

And finally, the northwest is great for real estate.  If you’re selling a house or you’re in real estate put your contracts here and set your intention for what you want to happen with them.

Below are the feng shui remedies and activations for the month.  Since it’s late I’m offering them as a freebie:

 

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. ginaann
    Sep 21, 2011 @ 18:24:17

    Your post for September is remarkarble for its accuracy. So many things you listed have been manifesting in my life this month. Very interesting. I started practicing flying star a couple of months ago, but now I’m very curious to find out more for 2012. Do you recommend a book or resource to find out more for 2012 or will you be writing it about it? Thank you.

    Reply

    • cbarr
      Sep 25, 2011 @ 14:02:52

      Thanks for your post. I usually write a book each year about the Flying Stars and do it based on Kua numbers.
      It’s like a personalized Flying Star outlook for the year based on your year of birth. Hopefully, I will get this done
      before the 2012 Flying Stars make their way in (Feb. 4, 2012). As far as I know no one else writes these kinds
      of books. Most of the Flying Stars books are how-to’s rather than predictive.

      Reply

  3. ginaann
    Sep 25, 2011 @ 19:56:00

    I hope you write a book for 2012 Flying Star. I see a lot of tips for Flying Star, but as you say predictive info is hard to find. Thanks!

    Reply

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