In 2014, the Chinese Lunar New Year begins on January 31st. It is represented by the year zodiac of the Wooden Horse ‘甲午’ in the traditional Chinese astrology.
Every year, the cosmos align themselves into different positions and causes changes in energy on Earth. Hence, by using the ancient Chinese technique of metaphysics, scholars have formulated a movement chart of energies called the “Flying Star Chart”.
Flying stars (飞星) are described in Feng Shui as a body of energy (Qi) moving into different sectors of our living environment. This Feng Shui formula is a very potent way of calculating planetary movements of energies from year to year. By understanding how the energies flow, we are able to manipulate and enhance positive chi and helps us take precautions against negative afflictions.