Flying Star Feng Shui Made Easy

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iUniverse, 2000 - House & Home - 220 pages
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Contents

Qi
3
YinYang
5
Five Elements
7
Flying Stars Feng Shui
21
Background
25
Feng Shuis YinYang Qi and FiveElements
31
Eight TrigramsBa Gua
37
Ba Gua
43
Prosperity Methods
133
Primary Fortunate Palaces
135
Second Direct Spirit Palace
139
Sum to Ten Chart
143
Parent String
145
Pearl String
147
Fan Fu Yin
149
He Tu Castle Gate
151

Nine Palaces
47
Luo PanCompass
53
Building Orientation
59
Flying Stars
63
NineStar Timeliness
67
Early and Later Heaven Ba Gua
71
FiveElement Remedies
75
Nine Stars
79
Nine Star Combinations
87
Flying Stars and Forms
101
Flying Stars Charts
107
Locked Flying Star Chart
119
Heavens Heart
123
Evaluating Palaces
127
Castle Gate
153
Water and Mountain Fan Gua
155
Annual Flying Stars
157
Monthly Flying Stars
161
Luo Pan and Chinese Zodiac Animals
163
Grand Duke
167
Three Killings
169
Evil Lines
171
Steps for Practicing Flying Stars Feng Shui
173
Feng Shui Example
177
Appendix
181
Flying Stars Feng Shui Charts
183
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Twicken was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, with a Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. David has studied Asian Arts for more than 25 years, and is in private practice in Los Angeles, where he teaches and practices Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Feng Shui and Tzu Ping Chinese Astrology.

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