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Dear Cecil, Firstly thank you for the fantastic site. I am begginer and eager to learn about this fascinating subject of flying stars and this site has really helped.
I recently built a studio in my back garden to use for making artwork, it covers most of the south area. I looked at the flying stars for each sector in the studio and the West (which is my personal shengchi) has the stars 8-8-1-8 (sitting, facing, main, annual) which although i am a beginner I have a feeling is quite good. I'm not sure if I should sit here but facing North (not good for me as West person apparently) or if I should sit in the East sector and face West instead?
Also is there a way to activate this sector? Would I try to place the lacking elements to balance it out, or would I try to emphasise this sector with more of the same energy? Or is this totally irrelevant and I'm looking to the wrong place?
Best wishes, and thanks in advance.

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These are some considerations:
1. It is a plus point under Flying Star Feng Shui to spent time at a good sector.
2. Especially if the sector has double #8's this is considered a very good sector if one spents time or doing activity as what you enjoy best.
3. In fact, Para 2, will place one in good stead based on Flying Star Feng Shui.
4. However, the other portion where you wrote to face North is SECONDARY.
4.1. What it means is that of course it is nice to face WEST or Westerly directions for you. But, this should be considered as "NICE-to" and not a must.
4.2. This brings to another key ingredient: "SHAPES DETERMINE THE FORMS AND THE FORMS DETERMINE THE STARS".
5. Here, one critical aspect under Shapes and Forms is the lighting or glare or rather prolonged glare.
5.1. In you situation, already the plus point is that the sector has double #8's.
5.2. Based on Shapes and Forms, the key ingredient is comfort e.g. comfort for the eyes. No point forcing one to face the glare e.g. a west group person may be 'forced" to face glare from the afternoon sun.
5.3. Facing prolonged glare is bad for productivity the eyes and health (some may get frequent headache).
6. Thus in my opinion, based on common sense, face away from the sun. Therefore, North facing even for a West group person is in my opinion fine with me. In fact, this is encouraged if the light comes from the "back" then from one's front (eyes).
7. It is the same concept in Shapes and Forms Feng Shui. And in the past, I mentioned, for west group persons, don't force yourself studying or working facing west. As often, if one's work area is close to the windows and if the windows don't have uv-protection, some races are more prone to skin cancer of sorts.

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On 6/2/2012 7:11:10 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Cecil, Firstly thank you
for the fantastic site. I am
begginer and eager to learn
about this fascinating subject
of flying stars and this site
has really helped.I recently
built a studio in my back
garden to use for making
artwork, it covers most of the
south area. I looked at
the flying stars for each
sector in the studio and the
West (which is my personal
shengchi) has the stars
8-8-1-8 (sitting, facing,
main, annual) which although i
am a beginner I have a feeling
is quite good. I'm not
sure if I should sit here but
facing North (not good for me
as West person apparently) or
if I should sit in the East
sector and face West
instead?Also is there a way to
activate this sector? Would I
try to place the lacking
elements to balance it out, or
would I try to emphasise this
sector with more of the same
energy? Or is this totally
irrelevant and I'm looking to
the wrong place?Best wishes,
and thanks in advance.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Feng Shui is also about common sense.
Often, there is no perfection in Feng Shui.
Most of the concepts should be considered as "NICE-to" and not a "MUST-have"
Reference:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=29&mid=26329&new=

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On 6/2/2012 7:26:31 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. It is a
plus point under Flying Star Feng Shui
to spent time at a good sector.2.
Especially if the sector has double #8's
this is considered a very good sector if
one spents time or doing activity as
what you enjoy best.3. In fact, Para 2,
will place one in good stead based on
Flying Star Feng Shui.4. However, the
other portion where you wrote to face
North is SECONDARY.4.1. What it means is
that of course it is nice to face WEST
or Westerly directions for you. But,
this should be considered as "NICE-to"
and not a must.4.2. This brings to
another key ingredient: "SHAPES
DETERMINE THE FORMS AND THE FORMS
DETERMINE THE STARS".5. Here, one
critical aspect under Shapes and Forms
is the lighting or glare or rather
prolonged glare.5.1. In you situation,
already the plus point is that the
sector has double #8's.5.2. Based on
Shapes and Forms, the key ingredient is
comfort e.g. comfort for the eyes. No
point forcing one to face the glare e.g.
a west group person may be 'forced" to
face glare from the afternoon sun.5.3.
Facing prolonged glare is bad for
productivity the eyes and health (some
may get frequent headache).6. Thus in my
opinion, based on common sense, face
away from the sun. Therefore, North
facing even for a West group person is
in my opinion fine with me. In fact,
this is encouraged if the light comes
from the "back" then from one's front
(eyes).7. It is the same concept in
Shapes and Forms Feng Shui. And in the
past, I mentioned, for west group
persons, don't force yourself studying
or working facing west. As often, if
one's work area is close to the windows
and if the windows don't have
uv-protection, some races are more prone
to skin cancer of sorts. On 6/2/2012
7:11:10 PM, Tint Toretto wrote:
Dear
Cecil, Firstly thank you
for the
fantastic site. I am
begginer and
eager to learn
about this
fascinating subject
of flying stars
and this site
has really helped.I
recently
built a studio in my back
garden to use for making
artwork, it covers most of the
south area. I looked at
the flying stars for each
sector
in the studio and the
West (which is
my personal
shengchi) has the stars
8-8-1-8 (sitting, facing,
main,
annual) which although i
am a
beginner I have a feeling
is quite
good. I'm not
sure if I should
sit here but
facing North (not good
for me
as West person apparently) or
if I should sit in the East
sector and face West
instead?Also is there a way to
activate this sector? Would I
try to place the lacking
elements to balance it out, or
would I try to emphasise this
sector with more of the same
energy? Or is this totally
irrelevant and I'm looking to
the wrong place?Best wishes,
and
thanks in advance.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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