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Chasing the Wealth Stars in 2016
Source : The Edge Property Singapore
Date : 1 Mar 2016
by Lin Zhiqin

Joey Yap, chief metaphysics consultant of Joey Yap Pte Ltd, recently held a workshop in Singapore to teach feng shui enthusiast show to chase the wealth stars in the Year of the Monkey. Yap began the workshop, held in conjunction with the Lunar New Year, with a warning that these techniques come with the risk of inadvertently “activating” bad luck, which could lead to problems related to marriage and health, among other things. They are therefore recommended only for advanced feng shui practitioners.

For general well-being, individuals can “activate” certain sectors in the house where auspicious stars reside, at specific times — for example, the Southeast sector at 1.30pm on March 1.

Activating these sectors means tapping into the positive energy flow using methods such as renovation, moving large furniture around, hitting a nail on the wall, physically being present in the sector for a length of time or the placement of a water feature like an aquarium, in which water movement should be applied.

Yap warns against inadvertently activating inauspicious sectors while chasing the wealth stars. There are three inauspicious sectors in 2016: South — Three Killings, Northeast —Five Yellow, and Southwest 3 — Grand Duke.

For chasing wealth, Yap shared a method based on Xuan Kong Flying Star feng shui. This is based on finding your personal wealth star and following it around by being physically present in the relevant sectors at home.

This year, only people with life stars one, two, three, four and nine have an affinity with wealth stars, and can apply this method. Those with other life stars will need to wait for the years in which they have wealth star affinity. Life star refers to a person’s gua number, which can be found using a Bazi chart or at bazi.masteryacademy.com, a tool by Joey Yap for plotting Bazi charts.

People with life star two will need to chase wealth star eight. To do this, he has to physically spend time in the Southwest sector throughout February, then subsequently at the East sector in March, Southeast sector in April and so forth (see Table 2 and chart). People with life stars one, three, four and nine will need to chase wealth stars six, eight, nine and one respectively.

Chart

The key to reading the chart is to look at the small numbers. The big numbers indicate the annual flying star position for 2016 and do not change throughout. The small numbers indicate the monthly movement or positioning of the stars.

The person seeking to benefit from the wealth star should be physically present at the respective sector of his or her environment long enough to absorb the positive qi brought by the residing wealth star. This can be done by performing activities that require a lengthy period of time such as studying, working or, best of all, sleeping at the sector for at least three months.

Another point to note is the need to have a goal before chasing the wealth stars. This could be a promotion, an increment or a venture. “You can start chasing the wealth star three months prior to the goal. By the second month, you should start to see great results or even achieve the goal if it is modest. The third month will see consolidation”, says Yap.

For those without a clear goal, Yap advises against employing this technique so as to avoid in advertent trouble. “Those who are looking for a job don’t have to chase the wealth star. They can start chasing [the wealth star] after they find a job and can benefit from a promotion or increment”, he quips.

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