What does 2011 hold for you? Is your luck changing for the better or worse? Would your prospects be bright when it comes to love, relationship, career, wealth and health? Here's an article to give you some insights based on Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui. The secret lies with the zodiac signs, the stars and house sectors.
The year 2011 is the year of Xin Mao or the Metal Rabbit which carry the Heavenly Stem of Xin or Yin Metal and the Earthly Branch of Mao or Rabbit. The first day of the Chinese Solar year (also known as Li Chun in Chinese) arrives on the 4th February 2011. However, the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year starts on the 3rd February 2011 and it is a day celebrated by all Chinese people in the world, based on custom and tradition.
This year, the houses that face east or west are likely to face more challenges and adversities. This is because in 2011, the Tai Sui or Grand Duke Jupiter is at the East (E2). The situation is made worse by the unlucky star Wu Wang (also known as Five Yellow) which also flies into the east sector. This star brings misfortunes and calamities. If your door, bedroom or places that you spend a lot of time are located in the east or face east, then you are most likely to be afflicted with its negative energy. You can weaken its energy by placing metal objects in the east sector.
The west sector (W2) will be afflicted by the Sui Poh or Year Breaker which is directly opposite Tai Sui. There is also the San Sha or Three Killings which exerts its inauspicious energy in the West this year. To counter the negative effect of the San Sha, you can place live plants in the West sector.
As you can see, the east and west sectors are mostly influenced by these negative energies.
All the inauspicious energies of Tai Sui, Sui Poh, San Sha and Wu Wang are activated by breaking the ground, nailing the wall and renovation works. The negative effects of these afflictions bring setbacks, obstacles, losses (monetary and otherwise) and calamities. If possible, occupants of a property or house should avoid using these sectors (East and West). Pregnant women, infants and those who are ill or recovering from an illness are especially vulnerable to the negative energies in these sectors.
People born in the year of the Rabbit, Rooster, Rat and Horse are most likely to feel the negative effects of the Tai Sui. They can expect to face stumbling blocks and hindrances this year.
As a precaution against any misfortune that may befall those whose houses face East (E2) and sit West (W2), there should not be any house renovation works undertaken this year such ground breaking, piling, digging, nailing and knocking down walls or structures.
For those whose houses face other directions, the occupants should not undertake renovations works in the East and West sectors.
A person will need to undertake an actual analysis of his or her natal chart in order to unravel what destiny really has in store for him or her, not only for this year but the years ahead. This article only shows you one of the basic applications of the amazing vast fields of Chinese Metaphysics known as Feng Shui. If you are interested to find out your destiny for free, you can also visit www.proactive-qi.com.
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