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Introduction to Flying Star is a two-day intensive course that gives an excellent grounding in this most powerful school of Feng Shui.

You will learn the characteristics of the trigrams of the I Ching and the relationships of the five elements to each other. You will learn how to construct Flying Star charts for various buildings and apply them to the floorplan.

This is a complicated subject but Jampa's course is one of the easiest to follow. It is very practical in nature and you will do plenty of examples to make sure that you understand the basics of Flying Star well.

It is designed for intermediate to advanced practitioners and it is best if you have completed a beginner's course first. Bring a good quality compass and a copy of your floorplan.

The schools of Feng Shui

  • Form school
  • Compass school
  • Flying Star

Introduction to Flying Star Feng Shui

  • The most powerful Feng Shui

The Ba Gua

  • Characteristics
  • Cycles of the Elements
  • Lo Shu square
  • The Flying Star pattern

Time periods

  • Cycles of time
  • ‘Flying’ the stars Sitting and Facing directions of the building
  • Determining the direction of the building
  • Facing direction
  • Sitting direction

 

The Stars

  • Mountain stars
  • Water stars
  • The 24 directions
  • Flying the water star
  • Flying the mountain star

Interpreting the Stars

  • Characteristics of the numbers 1 to 9
  • Good combinations
  • Bad combinations
  • Enhancing good combinations
  • Suppressing bad combinations

Period Eight

  • Constructing Period 8 charts
  • Importance of the change from Period 7 to Period 8
  • Changing the building to Period 8

Three Negative Yearly Influences

  • Grand Duke
  • Three Killings
  • Five Yellows

Monthly Influences

  • Flying the stars for monthly periods

Applying the Lo Shu Square

  • Houses
  • Apartments
  • Businesses
  • Big Chi and Small Chi