Feng Shui 2016

Feng Shui 2016

Its almost the new year, so have you thought about Feng Shui in 2016?

Each year the qi changes and has different influences. What may have worked last year, may not have the same positive effects this year. In Feng Shui there are cycles of time. These can be 180 year cycles, 20 year cycles, annual cycles, monthly and daily cycles. We need to take into account the larger time cycles, but often the most important cycle that you can have a direct effect on is the annual cycle.

In Feng Shui theories, the actual change of the New Year is not the Western Calendar date of 1/1/2016, but rather, it takes place on the “Spring Establishment” which falls on February 4th or 5th.

In 2016 the 2 Black Ju Men Star visits the Center. This 2 Black Ju Men Star is beneficial for medicine, doctors, attorneys and women’s rights. But the nature of 2 Black Ju Men in the current
Period 8 is to bring arguments, gossip, sickness, and fire disasters. Therefore, 2016 will not be a …read more

Although the year starts on February 4th in Feng Shui, it is not too early to start thinking about changes you need to make to your home or business. Small changes to your environment, such as adding Water in certain directions, or perhaps the use of Metal in others, can improve prosperity and relationships.

2016 Feng Shui Consultations

If you would like a detailed and traditional Feng Shui Consultation that takes into account the annual changes, you can call 168 Feng Shui Advisors to schedule an appointment at 818-841-4135. Or email us at info @ 168fengshui.com.  You can read more about our consultations on our site.

Feng Shui Guide for 2016

If you are interested in looking at simple things you can do on your home, then consider Master Larry Sang’s 2016 Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui Guide!

Both are great options. But if you want a detailed reading, be sure to give us a call!

Feng Shui Mirrors

We ran across an article on the use of mirrors in Feng Shui. It was filled with popular concepts that are not based on authentic Chinese Feng Shui.

What the author bases this on is not traditional Feng Shui. Traditional Feng Shui, stripping away the mystical and superstition does not use or worry about feng shui mirrors.

Much of this misunderstanding comes from a Chinese classic referred to as the 8 House Mirror theory. It discusses how if you know the 8 house methods well, you can see what is happening in the house as clearly as if looking into a mirror. Much of early Feng Shui knowledge was passed down as poems and often these analogies were used to confuse people to keep the real method from being disclosed.

We recommend that you read our Article on Mirrors posted here.