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Question Posted: 14 Jul 2007 at 12:00:00 AM
Dear Joey, I have bought most of your books and also attended a few of your yearly seminars. Hope you can clear my confusion about the good location in house gua which we are supposed to tap and flying star feng shui. For example, if north east is a good sector based on house gua ( period and house facing direction) but this year 2007 according to the flying star theory; north east is a bad sector. Then, don't these two types of feng shui contradict each other? Thank you very much for your kind explanation. Best regards, JO
Answered: 6 Aug 2007 at 2:20:39 AM
Dear Julie,

They don't contradict. Flying Stars basically tells you the dynamic aspects of Qi affecting your home. In this case, you are looking at the annual cycle. 8 Mansions on the other hand is a more static view of the Qi of your home. In general, your NE sector is good for most of the time, except for this one year. As you progress to higher levels of Feng Shui, there'll be more layers of analysis. Different theories don't contradict, they just give you a deeper understanding of the Qi map of your home.

Warm Regards, JY

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