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Hello,
I would like some help for the period determination, for a new apartment
my family just moved into some months ago. The building is in the
period 5, but just before we moved, the whole apartment was re-painted,
the kitchen tiles were replaced and all windows (in the building
including our apartment and one door to the balcony) were replaced, so
does the house period get changed ?
The very important NW part of the house is also missing, and I would
like to finish my Flying star analysis, it would be completely different
readings with the house periods, so please help.
The house facing is NW1 (295.2) taken at the main door, we we are on the 2nd floor of the building complex.
The corridor is long and straight, we are at the end, perpendicular to
it and opposite the main door is the main door of the neighboring
apartment.

Thanks,
Mir

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These are some considerations:
1. It is common in such an instance to draw-up a few Flying Star chart(s).
2. Thus, frankly, you may have to draw-up TWO (2) or more charts.
3. If TWO charts; usually the 1st is based on either the date the apartment was "born" OR had a major (major renovation). The 2nd chart is usually either a major renovation after it was "born" or the "last recent" replacement of THINGS.
4. Therefore, contrary to (some) popular belief; an "argument" or soul searching or getting advice from each and every site/ geomancer their views of which period should I use.
5. Even responsible geomancers; would have to apply Para 3. above.
6. Some have the privilege of knowing the past history of the place and able to see if which chart "seems" right.
7. LOOK for TRENDS. Sometimes; even if we do plot several charts; there could be coincidences that a specific sector(s) could be similarly "bad" or have seem characteristics type of flying star numbers. If so, then quite safe to implement cures or enhancements ... etc...

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On 9/16/2013 3:27:48 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hello,
I would like some help for the
period determination, for a
new apartment
my family just moved into some
months ago. The building is in
the
period 5, but just before we
moved, the whole apartment was
re-painted,
the kitchen tiles were
replaced and all windows (in
the building
including our apartment and
one door to the balcony) were
replaced, so
does the house period get
changed ?
The very important NW part of
the house is also missing, and
I would
like to finish my Flying star
analysis, it would be
completely different
readings with the house
periods, so please help.
The house facing is NW1
(295.2) taken at the main
door, we we are on the 2nd
floor of the building complex.
The corridor is long and
straight, we are at the end,
perpendicular to
it and opposite the main door
is the main door of the
neighboring
apartment.
Thanks,Mir


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Hello again Master Lee,
I am having a big doubt again with my charts for the facing direction of this apartment. I hope you could help me with it.
1.
My apartment is situated on 2nd floor of a 3 storey building
(rectangular building) with several apartments. The location of the
apartment is on the back side of the building and left corner. The
facing of the whole building is NW, thats why I used this for the house
also, as the building is a low density one.
2. I had used the
front door which opens to a long corridor as facing. There is hardly any
natural light coming from that area as it is facing the corridor. The
most light comes form the windows on the SE side where the 2 bedrooms are
located and I leave the doors open so that light comes into the hallway
inside the house.
3. There is a small grassy backyard of about 5
meters running along the back of the building and then hedges
separating the neighborhood homes (all landed property houses). There is
also a power line running on this backyard next to the hedges. I can
see all these from the windows in the bedrooms.
3. The living
room has less light in the mornings compared to the bedrooms, but
nonetheless the windows and doors next to the balcony gives natural
light. The balcony also faces another balcony of the neighborhood
building (similar structure), a distance of about 6 meters.
4.
In light of this should I change the facing of the apartment ? It seems
very confusing suddenly. I like to work mostly in the bedroom areas as
the light is warmer and better /or the kitchen. We seem to use the
living room very less.
Thanks,
Mir

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On 9/16/2013 10:28:36 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some considerations:1. It is
common in such an instance to draw-up a
few Flying Star chart(s).2. Thus,
frankly, you may have to draw-up TWO (2)
or more charts. 3. If TWO charts;
usually the 1st is based on either the
date the apartment was "born" OR had a
major (major renovation).
The 2nd chart is usually either a major
renovation after it was "born" or the
"last recent" replacement of THINGS.4.
Therefore, contrary to (some) popular
belief; an "argument" or soul searching
or getting advice from each and every
site/ geomancer their views of which
period should I use.5. Even responsible
geomancers; would have to apply Para 3.
above.6. Some have the privilege of
knowing the past history of the place
and able to see if which chart "seems"
right.7. LOOK for TRENDS. Sometimes;
even if we do plot several charts; there
could be coincidences that a specific
sector(s) could be similarly "bad" or
have seem characteristics type of flying
star numbers. If so, then quite safe to
implement cures or enhancements ...
etc...On 9/16/2013 3:27:48 AM, Anonymous
wrote: >Hello, > >I would like
some help for the >period
determination, for a >new apartment
my family just moved into some
months ago. The building is in
the >period 5, but just before we
moved, the whole apartment was
re-painted, >the kitchen tiles
were >replaced and all windows (in
the building >including our
apartment and >one door to the
balcony) were >replaced, so >does
the house period get >changed ? >
The very important NW part of
the house is also missing, and >I
would >like to finish my Flying star
analysis, it would be >completely
different >readings with the house
periods, so please help. >
The house facing is NW1 >(295.2)
taken at the main >door, we we are on
the 2nd >floor of the building
complex. >The corridor is long and
straight, we are at the end,
perpendicular to >it and opposite
the main door >is the main door of
the >neighboring >apartment. >
>Thanks,Mir >

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These are some considerations:-
1. One must understand the key purpose of determining the "frontage".
2. The reason why determining the frontage is for the purpose of applying Flying Star Feng Shui.
3. Thus, as you had mentioned; under what you wrote = Para 4. You mentioned that you work mostly in the bedroom.
4. There is no right or wrong in determining the frontage under Flying Star. But if you spent considerable time at the bedroom. And if the bedroom has especially an external opening; you can consider that as the frontage for? the purpose of applying Flying Star Feng Shui.
5. The determining of the frontage need not be based on text-book or if someone else say so, type of situation. You are there; on the field; you have a better idea of it.

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On 9/25/2013 11:39:39 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hello again Master Lee,I am
having a big doubt again with
my charts for the facing
direction of this apartment. I
hope you could help me with
it.1.
My apartment is situated on
2nd floor of a 3 storey
building
(rectangular building) with
several apartments. The
location of the
apartment is on the back side
of the building and left
corner. The
facing of the whole building
is NW, thats why I used this
for the house
also, as the building is a low
density one.2. I had used the
front door which opens to a
long corridor as facing. There
is hardly any
natural light coming
from that area as it is facing
the corridor. The
most light comes form the
windows on the SE side where
the 2 bedrooms are
located and I leave the doors
open so that light comes into
the hallway
inside the house. 3. There is
a small grassy backyard of
about 5
meters running along the back
of the building and then
hedges
separating the neighborhood
homes (all landed property
houses). There is
also a power line running on
this backyard next to the
hedges. I can
see all these from the windows
in the bedrooms.3. The living
room has less light in the
mornings compared to the
bedrooms, but
nonetheless the windows and
doors next to the balcony
gives natural
light. The balcony also faces
another balcony of the
neighborhood
building (similar structure),
a distance of about 6 meters.
4.
In light of this should I
change the facing of the
apartment ? It seems
very confusing suddenly. I
like to work mostly in the
bedroom areas as
the light is warmer and better
/or the kitchen. We seem to
use the
living room very less. Thanks,MirOn
9/16/2013 10:28:36 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some considerations:1. It
is
common in such an instance to
draw-up a
few Flying Star chart(s).2. Thus,
frankly, you may have to draw-up TWO
(2)
or more charts. 3. If TWO charts;
usually the 1st is based on either
the
date the apartment was "born" OR had
a
major (major
renovation).
The 2nd chart is usually either a
major
renovation after it was "born" or
the
"last recent" replacement of
THINGS.4.
Therefore, contrary to (some)
popular
belief; an "argument" or soul
searching
or getting advice from each and
every
site/ geomancer their views of which
period should I use.5. Even
responsible
geomancers; would have to apply Para
3.
above.6. Some have the privilege of
knowing the past history of the
place
and able to see if which chart
"seems"
right.7. LOOK for TRENDS. Sometimes;
even if we do plot several charts;
there
could be coincidences that a
specific
sector(s) could be similarly "bad"
or
have seem characteristics type of
flying
star numbers. If so, then quite safe
to
implement cures or enhancements ...
etc...On 9/16/2013 3:27:48 AM,
Anonymous
wrote:
Hello,
I would
like
some help for the
period
determination, for a
new
apartment
my family just moved into some
months ago. The building is in
the
period 5, but just
before we
moved, the whole apartment was
re-painted,
the kitchen
tiles
were
replaced and all windows
(in
the building
including our
apartment and
one door to the
balcony) were
replaced, so
does
the house period get
changed ?

The very important NW part of
the house is also missing, and
I
would
like to finish my Flying
star
analysis, it would be
completely
different
readings with the
house
periods, so please help.

The house facing is NW1
(295.2)
taken at the main
door, we we
are on
the 2nd
floor of the building
complex.
The corridor is long
and
straight, we are at the end,
perpendicular to
it and
opposite
the main door
is the main door
of
the
neighboring
apartment.

Thanks,Mir


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Dear Master Lee,
Thanks for your practical words. Can you please clarify me on this point you wrote;
4. There is no right or wrong in determining
the frontage under Flying Star. But if you spent considerable time at
the bedroom. And if the bedroom has especially an external opening; you
can consider that as the frontage for? the purpose of applying Flying
Star Feng Shui.
When you say opening, does it mean like a door ? Or the windows can suffice ? There are only windows in both bedrooms. The only doors that open to the exterior are the main entry and the door to the balcony.
And yes, I am trying to learn and follow Flying Stars Feng Shui before I do any decoration changes or cures perhaps. Having moved so many houses in the past decade, I hardly feel settled anywhere.
Regards,
Mir

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If one wants to apply Flying Star; and looking at a frontage; usually, it is best to add higher weightage to EXTERNAL openings, first. (And doors as secondary to the external opening. However, if external openings are always slam-shut; then this is a different cup of tea

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On 9/25/2013 10:06:25 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Master Lee,Thanks for your
practical words. Can you please clarify
me on this point you wrote;4. There is
no right or wrong in determining
the frontage under Flying Star. But if
you spent considerable time at
the bedroom. And if the bedroom has
especially an external opening; you
can consider that as the frontage for?
the purpose of applying Flying
Star Feng Shui.When you say opening,
does it mean like a door ? Or the
windows can suffice ? There are only
windows in both bedrooms. The only doors
that open to the exterior are the main
entry and the door to the balcony. And
yes, I am trying to learn and follow
Flying Stars Feng Shui before I do any
decoration changes or cures perhaps.
Having moved so many houses in the past
decade, I hardly feel settled
anywhere.Regards,Mir


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