Everyone knows that feng shui has symbols such as frogs and mandarin ducks. It also uses wind chimes, beautiful stones and crystal balls, but it also uses personal information to help you maximize your luck, attract good fortune, and stop misfortune like illness, accidents or injury. This is done by using your date of birth combined with your gender to assign a kua number to understand your personal feng shui.
Please note that the following evaluation is based solely on feng shui and not my personal opinion. In November 2016, Americans will go to the polls and elect a new president. Although for some folks, a feng shui prediction on the likelihood of either Trump or Clinton being elected is akin to reading tea leaves, it’s nonetheless a fun way to look at the two candidates running for the top job in the country and see how each fares energetically.
QUESTION: I was born January 14, 1966 at 7:30 am. I am a west group person with a 7 kua number. I am also a wood snake. Should I decorate my bedroom in blue colors to feed my wood snake energies – or will that hurt my kua number? I’m confused about what I should follow — my personal feng shui or my personal zodiac sign. Can you help me?