Which locations Attract the Best Energy in Feng Shui?
The “Nine Palace Flying Star Methodology” in Feng Shui divides the year cycle into three 60-year combinations, which is the “Za Zi” (60-years cycle). Three Za Zi cycles constitute a whole year cycle of 180 years, where each “Za Zi” consists of three 20 years of “Yun” (fate/ fortune).
The period of 1984 to 2003 was situated in the “Seven Yun”, which was good for professionals in industries such as singing, performing, media, fortune telling and selling.
“Seven Yun” in Feng Shui benefits the Eastern direction with water. During this period, the urban development in Hong Kong was constructed in the East and near water, which attracted many private developers to build in the East. A number of buildings were built in the East during this time, such as Taikoo Shing, Heng Fa Chuen as well as Shau Kei Wan. Districts located in Eastern Kowloon, such as Kwun Tong and Lam Tin, also attracted various investors and habitants.
Starting from the year 2004, “Eight Yun” would last for 20 years, which means that cultural industries would have the advantage as well as property, cosmetic and beauty-related businesses. “Eight Yun” also benefits the South-Eastern direction, which we can see in development areas such as Bel-Air, The Merton of Hong Kong Island West and Sham Wan Towers in Hong Kong Island South.
As for Kowloon, property prices in Olympic Station, Kowloon Station and Cheung Sha Wan remained stable and relatively high for the past few years. “Eight Yun” will continue for the next 11 to 12 years and the “Yun” (fate/ fortune) is believed to be directed at the direction of West, South-West and South with water.
Areas such as the Western District, Pok Fu Lam, Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau, Wong Chuk Hang, Cheung Sha Wan, Tsuen Wan, Tsing Yi, Sham Tseng, Tuen Mun and Yuen long could be ideal areas for property investment.