For many years, many Feng Shui Practitioners and Masters are trying to unlock these hidden secrets in the case studies that were recorded in Master Yen Pen’s books written in the old Chinese classic text, but many could not interpret and explain the terms fully nor accurately. During this course – Advanced Flying Star Feng Shui, you will be given the ‘key’ to unlock the hidden secrets in the case studies in order to fully comprehend the true theories and methods in the Xuan Kong Flying Star Feng Shui before putting them into practice.
This course the Advanced Flying Star Feng Shui will enable you to take your Xuan Kong Flying Star to the next level. The information and knowledge you are going to learn will guarantee you to have a complete understanding and skills on how to do audits and apply the remedies using the Flying Stars. Upon completion of this course, your Flying Star knowledge and skills will ‘almost’ be equivalent to the Grandmaster’s.
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Congrats to the very first batch of graduates, who attended the first Yi Jing in Flying Stars Feng Shui course which was held in Singapore on 27 November 2010 by Grandmaster Francis Leyau at Classic Feng Shui Mastery.
It was an eye opener for the students even though they had studied Flying Star Feng Shui. But for the students who previously had studied or learned about 81 combinations had even more questions, as they realized that there was so much more to Flying Star Feng Shui than they had actually studied from books or from other schools.
Grandmaster Francis Leyau method of understandings on Flying Stars and the 81 combinations was soon to become unraveled. Many students took the opportunity to check with grandmaster Francis Leyau if their understanding of Flying Star Feng Shui was correct. However this was a time that they had to reform their knowledge.
It was a very good day with what It is Supposed… Yi Jing in Flying Star Feng Shui.
坤 (Kun) :
Students were explained on the landform and it effect in the house, and why was this house unit better than the others within the building. The effect of the external environment or the internal flying stars matter most was answered.
艮 (Gen) :
Inside the apartment, discussions on the facing of the unit. This is where the stars began to fly. Proper allocation of the stars to their respective sectors, for the students clear and precise method. Students had no more doubt in allocating the stars.
坎 (Kan) :
Very soon everyone was busy auditing the house unit. Placement of the cabinets, stove, beds, study tables, kitchen sink, doors, windows, sofas, televisions, lightings, etc. Which one is necessary and which is not?
巽 (Xun) :
Students was furthered explained on their understandings of the subject and the audit which they had done. Apparently, all of them were surprised on the good feng shui design of the unit.
震 (Zhen) :
Next, we visited Kong Meng San, Phor Kark See Monastery, the largest Buddhist temple in Singapore. Many have claimed to understand the Geomancy layout of Phor Kark See Monastery. Some has even gone on with beautiful explanations and details of its Feng Shui layout, giving special and fanciful names to match the formations. Do they really understand the Feng Shui formula that is behind the work of our lineage?
離 (Li) :
Grandmaster Francis Leyau showing examples of feng shui layout of the temple.
兌 (Dui) :
Inside of the worship hall, with altar and statue of the Buddha/bodhisattva. Further analysis of feng shui design. Why must the altar be tilted?
乾 (Qian) :
Special thanks to Kong Meng San, Phor Kark See Monastery for their great Compassion and Wisdom, for the Enlightenment of all.
The above topic was arranged using Early Heaven Bagua sequence. From the beginning of the yin to the yang. Do you know why the Early Heaven Bagua was arranged in this sequence? There must be a reason.