Flying Star Certificate Course
Xuan Kong Feng Shui is an Advanced Compass School which is used in conjunction with the Eight House Theory (Compass School) to provide a comprehensive & professional House anlaysis for analysing a house.
Unit 1 : Introduction to The Flying Star Theory
1.1 Two Major Schools of Traditional Feng Shui
1.2 The Shapes and Forms School. (San Dian - Xing Xiang Xue)
1.3 The Compass School - Space, Time and Directional Study (Li Qi - Shi Jian Kong Jian Fang Wei Xue)
1.4 The Eight House Theory
1.5 Introduction to The Flying Star Theory
1.6 What is the difference between the Eight House Theory and the Flying Star Theory?
1.7 The naming convention of the 24 Compass Directions or Mountains
1.8 Markings on a regular Chinese Compass or Luo Pan
Unit 2 : The Basic Formula of the Flying Star Theory
2.1 The Writing of Luo
2.2 Trace the pattern of the Luo Shu Square numbers from 1 to 9
2.3 The Basic Formula for drawing any chart under the Flying Star Theory
Unit 3 : The Nine Periods and the Nine Luo Shu Squares
3.1 The Sexagenary Cycle (San Yuan Jiu Yun)
3.2 What is the current period?
3.3 The Nine Squares of the Luo Shu Grid coincide with the Nine Periods of the Sexagenary Cycle
3.4 Why do we need to know the Sexagenary Cycle?
Unit 4 : Drawing a Base Flying Star Chart
4.1 Can you still remember the Basic Formula of the Flying Star Theory under Unit 2?
4.2 How to use the Basic Formula to calculate the Base Chart?
4.3 Finding the period the house
4.4 The Base number calculation for the birth chart of a house
4.5 The Base Formula calculation for the Flying Star Theory using the Finger Method
4.6 What is the purpose of the Finger Method?
4.7 The Base Charts of all Nine periods
Unit 5 : Drawing a Full 20 Year Flying Star Chart
5.1 A full 20 Year Flying Star Chart consists of...
5.2 Determine the direction of the main entrance door
5.3 How to Draw a Mountain Star Chart
5.4 The Mountain Star is always situated opposite the Water Star
5.5 The clue is to look at the illustration below ...
5.6 Calculation of The Water and Mountain Star
5.7 The Plus Sequence
5.8 Minus Sequence
5.9 Worked Templates: The Water and Mountain Star Calculations
Unit 6 : Drawing The Flying Star Yearly and The Monthly Chart
6.1 Predict the Timing of Events
6.2 Drawing a Yearly Flying Star Chart
6.3 Drawing a Monthly Flying Star Chart
6.4 What constitutes a major renovation?
Unit 7 : Worked Templates: Reference Materials
7.1 Should be draw a Chart from South to North or vice versa?
7.2 Try to practice drawing some charts
7.3 Alternatively, use this `Click-on' format to find the compass direction of the main entrance door
7.4 The 24 Directions and Other Related Information
Unit 8 : How to Determine the Direction of the Main Entrance Door
8.1 Find out the period home was built
8.2 Determine the direction of the main entrance door
8.3 Determine the Compass Direction of the Main Entrance Door
8.4 Method 1 - Cecil's Compass Method
8.5 If one is using an ordinary compass to take compass directions of the main entrance
8.6 Method 2 - Surveyor's Compass Method
Unit 9 : Drawing The Flying Star Template : Nine Sectors or Pie Chart?
9.1 Before one starts to analyze a building/house, one has to divide it into sectors
9.2 Method 1: The Nine Sectors (3 x 3 Grid)
9.3 An example of a Nine Sectors Chart ( 3 x 3 Grid) super-imposed on a layout plan
9.4 Method 2: The Pie Chart
9.5 An example of a Pie Chart super-imposed on a layout plan
Unit 10 : Understanding the Numbers and Relationship of the Flying Star Chart
10.1 The Most Auspicious Houses under The Flying Star Chart
10.2 The Most Inauspicious Houses under The Flying Star Chart
10.3 What is the Mountain and Water Star?
10.4 Best Locations for Activating the Mountain Star
10.5 How to activate the Mountain Star
10.6 Best Locations for activating the Water Star
10.7 The Flying Star `Lyric'
Unit 11 : The FIVE Tools needed to Interpret the Flying Star Chart Chart
11.1 Tool ONE: Interpretation of the Flying Star Chart using The Five Elements Concept
11.2 Tool TWO: Knowing The Strength of Each Element
11.3 Tool THREE: The Significance of Each Base Number of The Flying Star Chart
11.4 Tool FOUR: Interpretation of the Flying Star Chart using the Eighty-One Combinations of the Mountain and Water Star
11.5 Tool FIVE: When to Renovate the Home
Unit 12: Interpretation of the Flying Star Chart: Case Studies
12.1 Case Study 1
12.2 Case Study 2
12.3 Case Study 3
12.4 Case Study 4
12.5 Case Study 5
12.6 Case Study 6
12.7 Case Study 7
12.8 Case Study 8
The suggested length for the completion of this course is approximately 4 weeks (3 units per week).
Certificate in Xuan Kong Feng Shui
A Certificate in Xuan Kong Feng Shui will be mailed to once you complete your course. Please allow for a reasonable time for the certificate to be prepared and mailed to you once you have completed the course. If you have a website, you will also receive a web certificate.
There will not be any full or partial refund for uncompleted courses or whatsoever.
What you will get?
1. Course Materials from the web (Total: 12 Units)
3. Certificate for Xuan Kong Feng Shui (sent by mail after completion of your course)
4. Web Certificate (at your request after completion of your course)