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  1. Dear Cecil,
    My house is facing E2 and sitting W2, so I have MS8, WS8, BS1 at the back of my house. My kitchen is located at that W2 too. I just want to activate the good star MS8 and WS8. I plan to put a rock to activate the MS8. I just wonder where I should place the the rock. Can I place it on the floor under the kitchen or on the kitchen table? Then how can I activate the WS8 since we should avoid any water feature near the kitchen? What can I use to replace the water feature? Thanks a lot for any reply.



  2. Is any specific wu lou to be used to cure the #2--like it must be from brass, have 6 coin, have 8 immortal etc? Or just any wu lou can do the job?
    And the last question, have you heard about 5 element pagoda? I've heard that the 5 element pagoda is the best cure for #5 star--better than 6 rod metal wind chime-- because it can "capture" the star in the pagoda? Are any logical explanation?
    Thank you.




  3. Very logical explanation. Thank you.
    If there are a combination of #2 and #5, can we use just wind chime to cure the both star?
    The 6 coin I propose is to cure #2 while the wind chime is to cure the #5. Can the 6 coin do the job? Or maybe we can use wu lou? I've read somewhere says that the wu lou is the best cure for #2, especially wu lou with 6 coin. Is it true?
    Thank you.



  4. Dear Cecil/Robert,
    I am learning about Flying Star. I see that mostly people talking about mountain star and water star. Like there are M2 W5, then it needs metal cure. There are M8 and W8, then it need enhancer like fountain, etc.
    And talking about annual star, like the #5 is coming at North this year then it needs wind chime, the #2 is coming at west then it needs 6 coins etc.
    But hardly I heard like the base star #2 is at NE, it needs cure or #8 at center, it needs enhancer.
    The question is: is it really the mountain and water star and annual star so much important to consider rather than the base star and so it can just be ignored? In my opinion, the base star should be more important than the annual star since it locates permanently-at least for 20 years-like mountain and water star.
    Is that true?
    Thank you for your explanation. I learned so much from your forum. Thank you.



  5. OK. I see. I've read somewhere that mountain star can also be activated using mountain image. Is that true? Since I see that if it is just an image then there is not any mass how it can activate the mountain. Unless the image has frame then there is a mass, so the mountain star can be activated. Does my opinion make sense? Then how about my wedding image in frame. Is it considered as mountain activator too since it has mass although without mountain image?
    Thank you so much for your reply.



  6. Dear Robert and Cecil,
    First, I want to thank you for I've learned a lot from your site. It's very enlighten. Thank you.

    I've tried to make my own analysis and just want to ask for your opinion about curing #2 and #5.
    1. SE has M2, W5, B7, annual 8. Since there are two bad and strong earth #2 and #5 Vs SE wood and weak #7 metal, it still needs metal cure. So I plan to use salt water cure. Is it OK? Or is it better to use 6 coin in red ribbon? Or maybe should I use both of them?
    2. N has M5, W2, B4, annual 5. Since there are three bad and strong earth #5, #2, and #5 vs N water and weak #4 wood, it still needs metal cure. So I plan to use 6 rods wind chime and 6 coin in red ribbon. Is it OK? Do I still need salt water cure?

    I'll appreciate any reply.

    Kind regards,
    Ben



  7. Sorry for post new topic because I just can't reply to the previous topic.
    Can we just insist using 8 house theory even though we already know its limitation?
    In this case, if the man live in the EAST facing house which is his EXCELLENT direction base on 8 House theory, will the WOOD conflict and destroy his WEAK earth?
    Will the house benefit him or cause him more trouble?
    Thank you.


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    1. In my opinion, many Professional Feng Shui practitioners would consider the "Ba Zi method" i.e. as you had mentioned, as the first choice. And the Eight House as second.
    2. The major considerations are:-
    2.1. "A miss is as good as a mile"
    2.1.1 With Ba zi e.g. determining whether one is a weak or strong earth makes alot of difference. And like the saying goes "a miss is as good as a mile".
    2.1.2 For example, in a lottery "luck" senario. If this is a 4 digit draw, if you had purchased number 1991. But the prize number turns out to be 1919. You are no where close to winning the four digit prize!
    2.1.3 Thus, if the ba zi is wrongly calculated, it is "worse-off".
    2.1.4 Even today, amongst Feng Shui practitioners, there may be a variance of results. Usually no one is suppose to get the element wrong as this is based on the day of birth. But, again there is a vast difference between a weak earth person vs a strong earth person. In addition, there is confusion as to the place of birth. And this may even change one's birthdate from say 1 May 1970 or do we use 2 May 1970, a day later by some.
    3. Under the Eight House, its calculation is straightforward. And, the concept is easier to be understood especially now that Feng Shui has universal appeal to so many all over the world.
    4. Thus, today, the Eight House is far more popular and widely applied because of the above reasoning. It is also considered the "gate-way" for those who are looking at the "mysterious" art of Feng Shui. Therefore, psycholically speaking, it is because of the ease of finding out one's 4 good & 4 bad that "personalised" Feng Shui has to thank this concept. As it is easy to explain, determine and apply. For 4 Pillars (or Ba zi), this can be very confusing for many and may even be a turned-off. Quote:

    Anonymous wrote: Good morning Master, I just wonder whether the better way to find the good/bad direction-using 8 house theory or true element. For example: A person who is weak earth and Chen person. Using his true element which is weak earth then his good direction will be South - fire North East -earth South West - earth, in order to strengthen his weak earth. But using 8 house theory then his good direction will be East - wood South - fire South East - wood North - water, which will weaken his weak earth. Which way should be followed for the best result? Thank you.




  8. Good morning Master,
    I just wonder whether the better way to find the good/bad direction-using 8 house theory or true element.
    For example:
    A person who is weak earth and Chen person.
    Using his true element which is weak earth then his good direction will be
    South - fire
    North East -earth
    South West - earth, in order to strengthen his weak earth.
    But using 8 house theory then his good direction will be
    East - wood
    South - fire
    South East - wood
    North - water, which will weaken his weak earth.
    Which way should be followed for the best result?
    Thank you.
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