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Posted by Imperial Harvest on 24 May 2024

The 5 Most Important Sectors In Your House or Office

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

In Imperial Feng Shui, activating your wealth sectors is equally as important as negating the negative energy (Sha Qi) in your home. To effectively identify the auspicious wealth sectors, an Imperial Feng Shui master would plot the San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Star chart of your house using two key pieces of information: the house’s facing direction, and its period.

What is San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Star?

San Yuan Xuan Kong Flying Star, an Imperial Feng Shui system, studies the movement of the nine stars in the Big Dipper Constellation (北斗九星) and the planetary movements of Saturn and Jupiter, the two largest planets in our solar system. Each of the nine stars in the Big Dipper Constellation governs a Feng Shui period of 20 years.

Star No.NumberElement
1Greedy Wolf (贪狼)Water
2Huge Door (巨门)Earth
3Lu Cun (禄存)Wood
4Literati Arts (文曲)Wood
5Lian Zhen (廉贞)Earth
6Martial Arts (武曲)Metal
7Po Jun (破军)Metal
8Left Assistant (左辅)Earth
9Right Assistant (右弼)Fire

Feng Shui Period

A Feng Shui period lasts for 20 years, beginning with the conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter. Each period is governed by one of the nine stars of the Big Dipper Constellation.

Principle of Timeliness and Auspiciousness

A star is deemed timely and auspicious when it aligns with the prevailing Feng Shui period. Three stars are perpetually auspicious: Stars 1, 6, and 8. The auspiciousness of the remaining six stars changes with each passing Feng Shui period.

  • Period 1: Star 1 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 2, and then Stars 6 and 8.
  • Period 2: Star 2 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 3, and then Stars 1, 6, and 8.
  • Period 3: Star 3 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 4, and then Stars 1, 6, and 8.
  • Period 4: Star 4 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 5, and then Stars 1, 6, and 8.
  • Period 5: Star 5 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 6, and then Stars 1 and 8.
  • Period 6: Star 6 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 7, and then Stars 1 and 8.
  • Period 7: Star 7 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 8, and then Stars 1 and 8.
  • Period 8: Star 8 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 9, and then Stars 1 and 6.
  • Period 9: Star 9 is the most timely and auspicious, followed by Star 1, and then Stars 6 and 8.

Star 1: Greedy Wolf (贪狼星) — White (Water Star)

Star 1, the first star of the Big Dipper Constellation, is a potent catalyst in Imperial Feng Shui known for ushering in wealth and prosperity. When activated, its influence can benefit various professional fields:

  • Career Professionals: Star 1 helps discover new career opportunities and significant salary increases, aiding faster advancement up the corporate ladder.
  • Sales Professionals: It plays a critical role in attracting new customers, essential for increasing sales and bolstering business growth.
  • Business Owners: Star 1 drives expansion into new markets and ensures the success of new product launches.

Overall, Star 1 is valuable for starting new careers, launching new businesses, making new investments, meeting new people, and securing support and favours. Its wide-ranging influence makes it a cornerstone for professional and personal growth.

Star 2: Huge Door (巨门) — Black (Earth Star)

Star 2, an influential element in Imperial Feng Shui, is known for its stabilising properties and ability to enhance interpersonal relations. When activated, its impact is profound:

  • Homeowners and Families: Star 2 provides stability, support, and nurturing energy, enhancing family harmony and aiding long-term projects.
  • Real Estate Professionals: It favours property investments and ventures related to land, improving prospects in these areas.

However, if untimely and inauspicious, Star 2 can cause health issues related to the digestive system and overall physical health, as well as delays, obstacles, and general misfortune in various endeavours.

Star 3: Lu Cun (禄存) — Jade (Wood Star)

Star 3, known for fostering growth and creativity, is a vital force in driving business and personal development. When activated:

  • Entrepreneurs and Creatives: It enhances growth, expansion, and innovation, crucial for those in dynamic and creative fields.
  • Professionals Seeking Growth: It promotes personal development and intellectual pursuits.

However, in its untimely and inauspicious phase, Star 3 can lead to legal disputes and increase the risk of accidents, particularly affecting the limbs and liver.

Star 4: Literati Arts (文曲) — Green (Wood Star)

Star 4 is celebrated for its influence on academic and romantic endeavours. When activated:

  • Students and Academics: It boosts learning and intellectual achievements.
  • Individuals Seeking Relationships: It enhances romantic prospects and social interactions.

However, when inauspicious, Star 4 can cause relationship issues, scandals, and health problems related to the liver and reproductive system.

Star 5: Lian Zhen (廉贞) — Yellow (Earth Star)

Star 5 wields considerable influence over authority and wealth accumulation. When activated:

  • Leaders and Managers: It brings enhanced authority and leadership capabilities.
  • Investors and Business Owners: It aids in wealth accumulation and financial stability.

However, when untimely, Star 5 is associated with severe misfortunes, significant health issues, accidents, and financial losses.

Star 6: Martial Arts (武曲) — White (Metal Star)

Star 6 is synonymous with authority and career advancement. When activated:

  • Executives and Leaders: It enhances leadership qualities and influence.
  • Career-Oriented Professionals: It promotes recognition and career success.

However, when untimely, Star 6 increases the risks of theft, deception, and can lead to legal issues and conflicts.

Star 7: Po Jun (破军) — Red (Metal Star)

Star 7, known as Po Jun or the Breaking Army Star, carries a dual influence in Imperial Feng Shui. When activated, it can have significant impacts in various spheres:

  • Security and Protection Professionals: Enhances abilities in fields related to security and protective services, promoting vigilance and strategic planning.
  • Entrepreneurs in Fast-Moving Industries: Supports ventures that require quick decision-making and adaptation, beneficial for dynamic business environments.

However, in its untimely and inauspicious phase, Star 7 can bring heightened risks of theft, deception and financial losses, necessitating enhanced safeguards. In addition, it may lead to legal issues, verbal conflicts, and potentially damaging disputes and interpersonal conflicts. Star 7’s influence is particularly noted for its sharpness and severity, requiring careful management to harness its positive aspects while mitigating the negative impacts.

Star 8: Left Assistant (左辅) — White (Earth Star)

Star 8 is a powerful enhancer of wealth and stability. When activated:

  • Entrepreneurs and Business Owners: It significantly boosts wealth and financial opportunities.
  • Individuals Seeking Stability: It provides a strong foundation and support in personal and professional endeavours.

Star 9 – Right Assistant (右弼) — Purple (Fire Star)

As a symbol of future prosperity and joy, Star 9, when activated:

  • Future Planners and Innovators: Indicates growth, wealth opportunities, and overall prosperity.
  • Those Seeking Happiness: Enhances joy, celebrations, and social engagements.

However, in its untimely phase, Star 9 is associated with fire hazards, accidents, eye problems, and emotional instability.

During Period 9 (4 February 2024 to 3 February 20244), the four auspicious flying stars are Stars 9, 1, 8, and 6. As the prevailing period star, Star 9 is the most auspicious, followed by Star 1. Star 8 and Star 6 are part of the three perpetually auspicious stars.

To learn about your house’s energy chart, we need to plot the flying star chart based on the house’s facing direction and year of completion.

Activating the Five Important Sectors

Within each sector, there are two stars: the mountain star and the water star. The mountain star governs benefactors and health, while the water star governs wealth and opportunities.

1. Direct Wealth Sector (正财位): Water Star 8 — 左辅星

The direct wealth sector governs your primary source of income. For most people, this is their career, business, or sales. If you are a full-time investor, the income you earn from investments is considered your primary income.

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2. Indirect Wealth Sector (偏财位): Water Star 9 — 右弼星

The indirect wealth sector governs your secondary source of income. If you work full-time but also invest on the side, the returns from your investments constitute your secondary income.

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3. Direct Benefactor Sector (明贵人位): Mountain Star 8 — 左辅星

The direct benefactor sector governs the support you receive from authorities, subordinates, colleagues, superiors, bosses, and customers. Examples of direct benefactors include a boss who promotes you or a customer who buys from you.

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4. Indirect Benefactor Sector (暗贵人位): Mountain Star 9 — 右弼星

The indirect benefactor sector governs the behind-the-scenes support you receive from authorities, subordinates, colleagues, superiors, bosses, and customers. You typically have limited influence over your indirect benefactors’ actions, such as the approval of your proposal by the board of directors.

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5. Power and Authority Sector (官禄位): Mountain Star and Water Star 6 (武曲星)

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