The Time Aspects of Feng Shui

The Edge, Haven – December 2066 – January 2007 issue

Sneak preview into what is in store for all of us in the Year of the Fire Boar.

WE ARE COMING to that time of the year where we refl ect on the year that has gone by so quickly, and anticipate with bated breath what the new year has in store for us.
So, it is timely for me to introduce you to the time aspects of feng shui. Not only is feng shui used for ensuring the luck of occupants in a residence, it is also frequently used for prediction purposes.
When we employ feng shui for prediction, we essentially deal with the time aspect of feng shui. One of the major feng shui systems that focuses on time is the San Yuan (three circle) system.
As the name suggests, time can be divided into three cycles (refl ecting the changing quality of qi) spanning 60 years per cycle, and further divided into three periods of luck that spans 20 years per period. Between each 20-year period of luck, the quality of qi changes, but within a 20-year period of luck, the quality of qi in a particular enclosed space is relatively stable



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