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Chinese New Year Is Coming – How Can I Usher Into a New Auspicious Year?

If 2010 has been a very lucky year for you, then start cleaning from the main door towards the end of the house. This will make sure all the auspicious luck remain in the house and continue to prosperous in the year 2011. Select an auspicious day for your cleaning.

If you feel that your luck is not very ideal then you must start cleaning from the end of the house for example your back door or kitchen and working towards the front door. This will make sure all the un-auspicious luck being swept out from the house. Select an auspicious day for your cleaning.

And if you feel that your luck is very bad and cannot be any more worse with all your efforts ends with failures then select a “Break day” to perform the cleaning. This is to make sure that “destroy the old and establish the new which will bring fresh luck and start all over again.Cleaning must start from the end of the house towards the main door.

Auspicious days

Sunday 23 Jan 2011. Today is suitable for those born on the “Monkey” years and the auspicious time is from 7am to 1pm.

Thursday 27 Jan 2011, Today is not suitable for those born on the “Rat” years. The auspicious time is from 1am to 9am, from 11am to 1pm and from 5pm to 11pm.

Sunday 30 Jan 2011. Today is not suitable for those born on the “Rabbit” years. Auspicious time is from 7am to 9am, from 11am to 1pm, and from 5pm to 11pm.

Inauspicious day, the Chinese named as the “Break” day.

 

After hearing the news of Madam Kwa Geok Choo ( aka Mrs Lee Kuan Yew ) passed away on the 2nd October 2010 at 5:40pm local time, I feel sad for the Lee family as this is a woman of substance and high intelligence who was always behind the scene helping to build a young and thriving nation and strong support to her family. Those in the Chinese Metaphysics field will attest to it as it is reflected in her blueprint.

I thought it will be good to share my humble research and perspective on understanding one’s luck cycle & timing and so we could plan ahead for the future.

Her Birth Date: 21st December 1920

Passed away on: 2nd October 2010 at 5:40pm

It is interesting to observe that she passed away in the Metal Month, Metal Day, Metal Hour and not to mention there is a serious elemental clash on the year pillar itself this year. I also observe similar signs on her elder son ( PM Lee Hsien Loong ) blueprint ( aka Four Pillars or Eight Characters DNA Chart ).

From the chart above, one will see she was born on a Water Day. This Water Element signifies the general attributes of the person for the rest of her life span. According to the Five element ( Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, & Water ) principles, there is also the Yin ( Passive, Subtle in approach,… ) and Yang ( Active, Direct in approach,… ) aspects of the Five elements where there is the Yang Water and the Yin Water considerations. From her chart, she is Yin Water person.

Generally, a Water Day person has intelligent either implicit or explicit in nature depending upon the surrounding configuration of the Eight Characters DNA chart. Yin Water ( Gui in Chinese Character ) tends to be introvert and appear fragile but has a gentle and calming disposition. However, they have pervasive and substantial influence. Also, the Yin Water person tends to be uptight and worries unnesssarily. As in all the Five elements, there are always two sides of the coin and there is no right or wrong. It is how one appreciate others and kishin vice versa under different circumstances.

Right below the Yin Water Day is the Yin Earth ( Chou ) element and it is also her spouse palace. In the ancient text, this means that the spouse is in the right position or palace. According to the ten deities concept, Yin Earth is spouse ( or husband element ) to the Yin Water Day person and the spouse ( or Husband element ) is correctly resided in it. Another aspects to interpreting it depending on the issue at hand is that the Yin Water Day person has hidden power as derived from the spouse palace.

Also, this Yin Water Day person is born in season. This means that this person can make independent decisions without consulting others if this person chooses to. As this person is strong from an elemental perspective, the nature of water is that their mind is very active and likes to move around a lot such as travelling, researching, curious for knowledge and so on.

So much on the nature of water. Now let’s focus briefly on why this person passed away during the Metal Month, Metal Day, Metal Hour….

A) For Yin Water ( Gui ) person born in the Zi ( December Month ), there is a “self-penalty” during this current luck period of Mao. This means the hidden sickness will manifest suddenly without early warning.

B) Also, there is a corresponding clash of the luck period Heavenly Stem Ji against the Yin Water ( Gui ) Person. This luck period begins in 2005.

C) This year, there is a serious clash between the Birth year Shen ( Monkey – Yang Metal ) and the Current year Yin (Tiger – Yang Wood ). This means Lung, Legs, Feet, Bone are subjected to injury, accident, and so on.

D) From the above three points observed, this already indicates that the foundation of the person’s Eight Characters DNA chart is severely compromised and Metal Month ( You ), Metal Day ( You ) and Metal Hour ( You ) signifies the sickness stage of this person.

Though there is a possibility that this person’s sickness could drag on to next year, however, there are certain factors that there are still not within the control of the earthly beings. At best, the Chinese Metaphysician ( aka Feng Shui & Destiny Consultant or Practitioner ) could predict events with up to 80 to 90 percent accuracy. Unless spirituality is factored into the equation, could one alter the outcome to a certain extent.

It is always difficult to accept our loved ones parting us. But if we have done what should be done and accepting this parting is a natural thing to do when the time comes, there will be peace and calm within us.

 

 

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