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Question Posted: 12 Aug 2007 at 12:00:00 AM
I refer to Joey's article "A Healthy Wealth Qi" dated 16 July 2006. It refers to an example of a Period 7 South Facing house with the 8 Water Star in the SW sector. However, as a North Sitting house the SW is also the Jue Ming sector. For a 9 Kwa person, SW is also not a good sector. Does this mean that it would not be suitable to have the main door in the SW in this case? Would it be better to have the main door located in the S sector instead then?
Answered: 1 Sep 2007 at 1:15:07 AM
Hi Nicky,

Yes SW is the jue Ming sector. However, for a Period 7 property, it also has the Facing Star #8. therefore, you can open the door in this sector. If this was a Period 6 chart, then it would be considered differently. Eight Mansions offers a static but more stable view of Qi in the house. But the bad (or good) effects are often slower. Flying Stars let's you see a more dynamic aspect of Qi in your house. Therefore, when you practice Feng Shui, you need to consider whether you are looking for long term or short term results. If you would like more information, I would recommend you to check out this online lesson http://www.maelearning.com/onlinecourses/store/details.asp?id=40 . It is about applying Eight Mansions and Flying Stars together.

Warm Regards, JY

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