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Flying stars in W - 2012

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Dear Master Cecil,
Please can you help me because I am struggling with the combination of flying stars in the W sector of my house this year.
The combination is #7 #3 with annual of #8.
Normally I apply fire elements to weaken the wood aspect of the #3 flying star and to control the metal aspect of the #7 flying star however by doing so I don't know whether that is going to support or negate the effects of the wonderful #8 water star this year.
I know #8 belongs to the earth element and fire would support it in theory but I've always treated the #8 water star with water....and if I apply the water element this year of course I'd weaken the #7 metal star but I'd also nurture the #3 wood star. Not something I want to do.
Perhaps I've been incorrect in applying the water element to support the #8 and I should have been using fire all along.
Can you advise? I would very much appreciate it.

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1. Do check the sector; whether is it appropriate to place a water position.


2. For example; if this is an enclosed space; there is no major specific advantage in placing a water position.


3. In the situation that one may inflame other bad stars in that sector: then make sure that the water position consists all the five elements: reference: http://fountain.geomancy.net


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On 1/9/2012 8:15:00 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Cecil,Please can
you help me because I am
struggling with the
combination of flying stars in
the W sector of my house this
year.The combination is #7 #3
with annual of #8.Normally I
apply fire elements to weaken
the wood aspect of the #3
flying star and to control the
metal aspect of the #7 flying
star however by doing so I
don't know whether that is
going to support or negate the
effects of the wonderful #8
water star this year. I know
#8 belongs to the earth
element and fire would support
it in theory but I've always
treated the #8 water star with
water....and if I apply the
water element this year of
course I'd weaken the #7 metal
star but I'd also nurture the
#3 wood star. Not something I
want to do. Perhaps I've been
incorrect in applying the
water element to support the
#8 and I should have been
using fire all along.Can you
advise? I would very much
appreciate it.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Further to what I had mentioned: http://fountain.geomancy.net
The most effective water position:
1. It should not be a tiny water feature or position : like those small table top type of water feature.
2. The preferred water position should have all five elements: Metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Under Para 2.1. to 2.12 of the above url link.

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On 1/9/2012 8:40:49 AM, Anonymous wrote:
1. Do check the sector;
whether is it appropriate to
place a water position.
2. For example; if this is an
enclosed space; there is no
major specific advantage in
placing a water position.
3. In the situation that one
may inflame other bad stars in
that sector: then make sure
that the water position
consists all the five
elements: reference:
http://fountain.geomancy.net
On 1/9/2012 8:15:00 AM, Alison Chadwick
wrote:
Dear Master Cecil,Please can
you help me because I am
struggling with the
combination of flying stars in
the W sector of my house this
year.The combination is #7 #3
with annual of #8.Normally I
apply fire elements to weaken
the wood aspect of the #3
flying star and to control the
metal aspect of the #7 flying
star however by doing so I
don't know whether that is
going to support or negate the
effects of the wonderful #8
water star this year. I know
#8 belongs to the earth
element and fire would support
it in theory but I've always
treated the #8 water star with
water....and if I apply the
water element this year of
course I'd weaken the #7 metal
star but I'd also nurture the
#3 wood star. Not something I
want to do. Perhaps I've been
incorrect in applying the
water element to support the
#8 and I should have been
using fire all along.Can you
advise? I would very much
appreciate it.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Dear Master Cecil,
Thank you for your very quick response, after my initial posting I left it for some time before having another look at the environment with fresh eyes.
On returning I realised I'd placed some symbols of wealth such as money toad and a scroll of 9 goldfish which I must have done without thinking. Both of them appear to blend rather nicely with the fire items because of their colours and it actually feels ok.
So I think I have addressed my issue whilst taking into account the bad stars but thank you for your link it does make alot of sense.
Kindest Regards

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On 1/9/2012 7:24:55 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Further to what I had mentioned:
http://fountain.geomancy.net The
most effective water position:1. It
should not be a tiny water feature or
position : like those small table top
type of water feature.2. The preferred
water position should have all five
elements: Metal, water, wood, fire and
earth. Under Para 2.1. to 2.12 of the
above url link.On 1/9/2012 8:40:49 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote: >1. Do check the
sector; >whether is it appropriate to
place a water position. >2. For
example; if this is an >enclosed
space; there is no >major specific
advantage in >placing a water
position. >3. In the situation that
one >may inflame other bad stars in
that sector: then make sure >that
the water position >consists all the
five >elements: reference:
http://fountain.geomancy.net >
On 1/9/2012 8:15:00 AM, Alison
Chadwick >wrote: >>Dear Master
Cecil,Please can >>you help me
because I am >>struggling with the
combination of flying stars in
the W sector of my house this
year.The combination is #7 #3
with annual of #8.Normally I
apply fire elements to weaken
the wood aspect of the #3
flying star and to control the
metal aspect of the #7 flying
star however by doing so I
don't know whether that is
going to support or negate the
effects of the wonderful #8
water star this year. I know
#8 belongs to the earth
element and fire would support
it in theory but I've always
treated the #8 water star with
water....and if I apply the
water element this year of
course I'd weaken the #7 metal
star but I'd also nurture the
#3 wood star. Not something I
want to do. Perhaps I've been
incorrect in applying the
water element to support the
#8 and I should have been
using fire all along.Can you
advise? I would very much
appreciate it.

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