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For a great year ahead, do this on the 1st day of Chinese New Year

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Let’s enhance your luck in the year of the Fire Monkey during the 1st day of Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year 2016 is just 2 days away and I thought it would be great if readers of this feng shui blog can enhance their luck in the year of the Fire Monkey in some way with out too much effort. So I decided to consolidate the auspicious dates and times for you to follow on the 1st day of Chinese New Year and be blessed with auspiciousness and prosperity! 😀

 

Welcoming the God of Wealth (or rather the year’s arriving Wealth energy)

During the first day of Chinese New Year on 8th February 2016 at 1am to 3am, open all windows or door if you have them facing EAST (1ST CHOICE) or SOUTHWEST (2ND CHOICE)

If you do not have any door or windows* facing these directions, then you will have to wait till next year. Alternatively you can do the next step as written below.

*if you happen to have windows or door facing directly northeast or southeast, you can physically stand at the window or door facing the East to welcome the arriving Wealth energy.

Suggestion: While standing at the spot, imagine what you want in 2016 clearly in your mind and make a wish. It is a very good sign if you can feel a breeze.

 

Auspicious Timings for heading out of the house during the First day of Chinese New Year (8th Feb)

After leaving the house, walk or drive towards the East or Southwest from wherever you are during Chinese New Year to encounter and enjoy Prosperity Luck for the rest of the year before heading towards your destination. If it is too early to go anywhere, you can go for a walk towards these 2 directions near your home. Just follow the compass direction on your smartphone.

5am to 7am (not for those born in year of Rooster)

9am to 11am (not for those born in year of Pig)

Avoid heading towards the Northwest or West between 11am to 3pm if possible

 

Do share with others if you find this article useful so everyone will have a great year! 🙂

Chinese Zodiac Luck Ranking 2016

Here’s the luck ranking of various Chinese zodiac animals for 2016:

 

chinese zodiac luck rating 2016

Auspicious Dates For Moving Into A New Home or Office In 2016

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Moving into a new house can be both a joy and a headache due to the incredible number of things that you must do and keep track of. But auspicious dates for moving should not be one of them because it sets the tone of the inherent energies that will affect the luck of the people staying inside positively or negatively.

Date Selection is an old ancient practice that began (perhaps even before) in the Han Dynasty (206BC to 220AD) with many historical texts containing references to the use of date selection in military warfare and state matters.

Date Selection, to sum it up, is about going with the flow with the Universe and the Cosmos, the cyclical concept of time and energy. The concept is easy to understand – the objective of date selection is to carry out an activity at a point in time when the Universe’s energies are supportive of, or are optimized for that event. Application of date selection also helps with getting things done more efficiently and effectively! When you move into a new property, you are also carrying that day’s energy (hopefully it is personally auspicious) into your new home or office to settle and remain. And because you are more than likely going to spend long periods of time in either one, it is all the more important to make sure that the energy inside is a totally supportive and harmonious one. 🙂

So to help you bring general good fortune and harmony into your new premises, these are the auspicious dates for moving into a new home or office, for the year 2016:

 

January – 3, 9, 16, 24, 28,

February – 3, 4, 6, 15, 18, 19, 24,

March – 1, 6, 8, 18, 20, 23, 26, 30

April – 1, 5, 25, 30

May – 3, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 23, 27, 28

June – 2, 6, 7, 15, 18, 19, 27

July – 1, 3, 8, 16, 20, 21, 26, 28

August – 1, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18, 22, 28

September – 2, 3, 8, 10, 14, 20, 22, 25, 28

October – 4, 7, 15, 17, 26, 27, 29, 31

November – 5, 14, 17, 18, 23, 29

December – 5, 8, 9, 21, 28

 

 * Note that these dates, as with ALL dates found on the Internet, are general and generic in nature (read: if you just want a date that is merely good enough) – and are not yet fine-tuned to suit your birth chart and does not yet include fine-tuning of auspicious hours. Also, what is important, is NOT when your furniture (with the exception of the bed if you are a newly married couple) goes in. The key focus is on the very FIRST night you spend in your new home.

As you and your family will be spending at least some years in the house, even if it is a rented one, it is very important that a very auspicious date and hour be chosen according to the birth dates and birth times of all the family members staying there. This is to ensure that the energies you bring into the house on the first day is very lucky and harmonious for everyone as this will help determine the overall luck and harmony within the house. In my experience doing date selection consultations, choosing a wrong day and a wrong time can cause potentially all kinds of problems within the family with lots of quarrels and bickering, just weeks after moving into the new house. There are even cases where some family members are choosing to stay late outside of the house or finding excuses to get out of the house again after just coming back.

So please consider choosing a properly selected date and time for the total harmony, overall happiness and peace of mind for yourself and everyone else in the family.

By the way just so you know, a proper move-in date is divided into 2 categories: 入宅 and 移徙. The first refers to moving into a totally new house while the second refers to moving into a previously occupied house (eg. resale or rented flat). The problem is, what is good for one might not be the best for another. What you see above does not differentiate between the two, just like the dates found in every magazine, most books or the internet.

The most important date and time is when you and everyone else start staying in the new house together inside the first day (at least till the next morning). Moving of items from the old home or anywhere else does not constitute moving as they does not affect the energies of the new house to any appreciable effect. You can move your furniture or any household items anytime it is convenient for you.

If you really want to know what is the ideal day and time that is both harmonious and lucky for the whole family in any given month or range of months, the basic fee is only SGD$20. You will receive 3 sets of personally auspicious dates and times, in order of auspiciousness, so you can shift at your most convenient and plan which is the best day to move. (If for whatever reason the original dates are not usable, another 3 sets of auspicious dates and times will be provided at no charge). Further instructions for greater prosperity will also be provided to you for the actual move-in day. For a more professional and in-depth auspicious date selection for moving, you can click here. Thank you. :)

Now for the not-so-fun part…

All the auspicious dates above are provided as a free service and it is fine if you want to check whether the date (singular) you already picked to move is auspicious or not but please do not send me your birthdays and ask what is the best or most ideal move-in date or what are the good dates in 2016, etc. because they are, for obvious reasons, only available to paying customers. Also, kindly avoid fishing for dates with multiply choices (I will randomly just pick a date from the list above) or multiple posts or wait until the last minute to ask for the best move-in date. All of these kind of posts will likely end up in the trash unanswered and I have deleted many.

The irony is, visitors often do not read all the way here to realise why their request went unanswered. :(

 

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Auspicious Wedding Dates for 2016

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Of the most important events in one’s life, getting married to someone you love is undoubtedly one of them and picking an auspicious wedding date is crucial.

The right timing, for a long term commitment like marriage, is very critical to ensure that the date and hour chosen are compatible to the birth dates of BOTH the bride and the groom. This is to make sure that on this important day the energies surrounding the happy couple are at the most auspicious and harmonious for them personally and will follow them throughout as they begin their new life together as husband and wife bringing them happiness, harmony and good fortune!

These are the auspicious wedding dates in the year 2015 – please note the emphasis is on the Registry Of Marriage date (or the date you sign the wedding papers).


January – 3, 9, 16, 24, 28

February – 3, 4, 6, 15, 18, 19, 24, 27

March – 1, 8, 23

April – 21, 24, 25, 30

May – 3, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 23, 27, 28,

Jun – 2, 9, 18, 21, 30

July – 1, 3, 8, 12, 20, 21, 26,

August – 1, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18, 22, 23, 27, 28, 30

September – 3, 8, 10, 20, 25

October – 12, 15, 21, 24, 26, 27, 31

November – 5, 8, 14, 17, 18, 23, 29

December – 5, 8, 9, 12, 16, 21, 24, 28

* Note that these dates, as with ALL dates found on the Internet, are general and generic in nature (read: if you just want a date that is merely good enough) – and are not yet fine-tuned to match your birth chart and does not yet include fine-tuning of auspicious hours.

By the way just so you know, proper auspicious wedding dates are divided into 2 categories: 嫁娶 and 纳采. The first refers to the actual marriage proper (engagement is also included here) while the second refers to a more traditional wedding ceremony where the is the delivery and receipt of dowry. What you see above does not differentiate between the two, just like the dates found in every magazine, most books or the internet. Also I recently noticed the free so-called auspicious wedding dates posted on many internet sites doesn’t not even take into consideration simple things like Breakers (Year Breaker, Month Breaker and Day Breaker) which are very bad for weddings. They probably just copied from one another lock-stock-and-barrel without doing any research whatsoever. I shudder to think how many couples unknowingly and unfortunately gotten married on an inauspicious day. In my experience doing date selection consultations, choosing a wrong day and a wrong time can cause potentially all kinds of problems for the newly-wed couple with lots of disagreements and bickering, just months after getting married. There are also cases of elderly parents getting sick more often, working adults losing their jobs and a divorce case.

If you really want to know what is the most ideal wedding date for you in any given year, you will receive 3 sets of personally auspicious dates and times, in order of auspiciousness, so you can plan your wedding reception at your convenience or decide which is the best day to book your church or hotel. (If for whatever reason the original dates cannot be used, another 3 sets of auspicious dates and times will be provided at no charge). For a more professional and in-depth auspicious wedding dates selection, you can click here. Thank you. 🙂

Now for the not-so-fun part…

It is okay if you want to check whether the date (singular) you already picked to get married in is auspicious or not but please do not send me your birthdays and ask what is the best or most ideal wedding date or what are the good dates in 2016, etc. because they are, for obvious reasons, available only to paying customers. Also, kindly avoid fishing for dates with multiply choices or posts (I will just randomly pick a date from the list above) or wait until the last week of the month and then asking me for the ideal wedding date in that month or asking about dates other than those in 2016 (unless you intend to engage me professionally). All of these kind of posts will end up in the trash unanswered and I have deleted too many.

The irony is, many visitors often do not read all the way here to realise why their request went unanswered. :(

 

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