Flying Annual Stars 2008

feng shui flying star.jpgAccording to Chinese calendar, year 2008 starts on the 4th of February.Feng Shui Annual Flying stars 2008 will show you what sections of your house are good and which sections are better to avoid in the year 2008. Do not be scared, if you saw that you have bad feng shui stars in the section you use, there are Chinese symbols that cure in this case. But still, try to avoid bad sections.

Even if you don’t know anything about Feng Shui Flying stars, you should know where “bad” stars are located in your house and room. They influence your life, that’s why in this article I will tell you how you can protect your life from bad luck and bad Feng Shui Flying stars.

In the chart below you see Feng Shui Annual Flying stars for the year 2008. With the help of this chart, you can neutralize the influence of bad feng shui stars, and enforce lucky stars. They are stable for the coming year, but there are also monthly and daily Feng Shui Flying stars, that you should know about. You should start practicing with annual flying stars, and then you will freely understand and give advices for your friends.


As soon as you know the meaning of each Feng Shui Flying star it will be easier to predict what will happen in your life.

  • Feng Shui Flying stars 1, 6 and 8, 9 are the best

You should locate your bed and working place in the North, East, Southeast or Center. The more you work and rest in these zones, the best. Number 8 is on the first place for fortune.

  • Feng Shui Flying stars 2 and 5 are the most dangerous

They will bring illness to those, who will stay for long in NW and S zones. You should place one of the below objects, to be protected from stars 2 and 5.

Cure for Feng Shui Flying stars 2 and 5:

Gold Wu Lou Metal Windchime Five Element Pagoda
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  • Feng Shui Flying star 3

The star of quarrels and fighting. You should place one of the below objects, to be protected from star 3.

Cures for Feng Shui Flying star 3:

Laughing Buddha Mystic Knot Mandala Print
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  • Feng Shui Flying star 4

the unlucky star is the year 2008, but usually it is lucky star. Don’t locate water near it, or it will lead to scandals based on sex.

  • Feng Shui Flying star 7 (SW)

it bring burglary, robbery and deadly accidents. Small amount of water will decrease bad effect of number 7.

Cure for Feng Shui Flying star 7:

Double-horned Rhinoceros

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  1. I have a question for you, I have a two story house,
    are the locations the same for both floors. I am confused
    as to how to locate the areas considering I have 2 floors.

  2. yes, the same)
    when you use compass you have same directions on the first and second floor.
    Good luck)

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  4. So North-West is a bad direction this year, but what if this happens to be my best personal direction? All good directions this year are not my personal good directions (Chi number 2.)

  5. Joanna, directions and zones are often confused when starting to learn feng shui. So, above article is about ZONES. You should stay in good ZONES (sleep, work), but when you face North, East, ect…these are DIRECTIONS. (The bad can be placed in the south zone (section) of the house, bad can face different directions.) Hope this helps:)

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