Flying Star feng shui or Xuan Kong Fei Xing. It is a division of Feng Shui that combines the ideas of Yin and Yang, the interactions between the five elements, the eight trigrams, the Lo Shu numbers, and the 24 Mountains. It does this by using time, space, and objects to make an astrological chart that shows the building’s positive and negative auras. These things include looking at the person’s wealth, mental and physical health, success, relationships with other people, and health.
The use of time is the main thing that sets it apart from other schools. This makes it possible to keep track of the chi energy in a home or office. The charts can be made to show the good and bad chi energy in these spaces based on how the stars move on an annual, monthly, weekly, daily and even hourly basis. By using flying stars, people who practise feng shui show how yin and yang chi energies can cause both good and bad luck.
The Magic Square of Lo Shu
A Lo Shu Square is used to keep track of these changes in energy. The Lo Shu used in Flying Star is often called the “magic square.” Philosophers have been baffled by Feng Shui for hundreds of years. Its secrets have been locked away since the past.