Everyone around the world celebrated the Chinese New Year on January 22. This is the most important date on the Chinese Luner calendar.
Each year enters one of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs: 2023 ushers in the year of the water rabbit. The rabbit is the sign of longevity, peace, and prosperity. It is a time of new beginnings, new adventures, and new hope.
According to the Chinese Solar calendar another shift began on February 4th. This day the shift for Classical 5-Element Feng Shui or “Flying Stars Feng Shui”. This scientific study uses both time and direction in relation to a structure and the occupants birth charts.
We are now in the season of spring
according to sages of ancient China.
· Many people sweep, clean, and decorate their homes before the holiday begins.
· You might open all your windows and doors for just 9 minutes to let the fresh air flow and release any stagnant energy that has collected.
· It’s a good time to refresh your mattress and bedding, clean the area near your front door, and declutter your bedroom.
The goal is to create the optimal flow within your home to enjoy good luck, health, and prosperity all year long.
The Rabbit years direction is East, telling us this is not a good year to dig outside or remodel inside in the east direction. Likewise, the opposite direction is directly West, the Rooster Direction, so no digging, demolition, or remodeling of any kind in the West until February 9th, 2024.
Flying the Stars puts the element of 4-soft wood (like a willow tree) in the center of everyone’s homes this year. This is a very creative, sexual but also scholastic element that may benefit those in the creative arts. There is however setback in real estate and investment properties. The eastern part of the world has the potential this year for even more dangerous contagious diseases. And 2023 may not be beneficial for political leaders or some forms of transportation.
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