September 2022 Flying Stars (September 7-October 7 2022) SEPTEMBER – Autumn Equinox – September 23 02.03 am 2022 (GMT time) September 7 (Yin Water Dragon day) is the first day […]
August 2022 Flying Stars (Aug 7-Sept 6 2022) AUGUST – Are You Ready for Autumn? August 7 (Yang Water Dragon day) brings us into the Autumn season. Yes, hard to […]
July 2022 Flying Stars (Jul 7-Aug 6 2022) JULY – Final Month of Summer Yin Fire Goat Month Jul 7 (Yin Metal Rooster day) sees the beginning of the end […]
‘To everything, turn turn turn, there is a season, turn, turn, turn, and a time to every purpose under Heaven’.
One of the storage animals of the Chinese calendar, this month’s Yang Wood Earth Dragon takes centre stage. From April 5 his majestic grandeur will dominate the scene.
What character is our Dragon? Being a storage animal he holds earth, wood and water within. Dragons, as with all the storage animals, are multi-level personalities who hide much below the surface. They can prefer their own company and find it difficult to be open with other people. On the flip side they have hidden abilities which allow them to thrive when these abilities are brought out into the open.
March 2022 Flying Stars (March 5-April 4 2022) The intense energy of the past two months will ease when the Yin Water Rabbit arrives on March 5. As we move […]
February 2022 Flying Stars (February 4-March 4 2022) Chinese New Year festivities are still in full swing for many so for all of you celebrating ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’. February […]
FOUR PILLARS and FENG SHUI FORECAST FOR 2022 FOUR PILLARS CHART Our Tiger has the right idea. Action, action, action. This is what we can expect in 2022 with the […]
January 2022 Flying Stars (January 5-February 3 2022) So we have reached the Ox month of January in our 2021 Ox year when transitioning to a new year in the […]
December 2021 Flying Stars (December 7-January 4 2022) Moving into the last month of 2021 we reach the ultimate yin month, the peak of winter. Winter solstice will be with […]