QI CHANGES :
is the science of space – and also of time,
as one couldn't be without the other one.
Each cycle, be it of twenty years or one year, sees a very specific distribution in space of Qi, or Life Breath. The Chinese Grandmasters have studied it during ages, and taught how it goes according to places, and how to take the best possible advantage of it.
The beginning of a lunar year changes every year according to the first new moon. The Chinese lunar calendar precisely specifies this date. For example, in 2015, the Chinese lunar new year began on February 19th, and in 2016, it will be on February 8th in 2016
There is also a Chinese solar calendar. It starts every year on February 4th. With some exceptions, it can be between February 3rd and February 5th. This calendar is used for Feng Shui. From this date on, sensitive areas change, and this affects the Qi distribution, with new areas to handle carefully.
These sensitive areas have inauspicious energies, hence not to be activated. The explanation is simple: time must be in harmony with the area and direction. It is a question of balance between the qualities of the present various energies.
If one disturbs, or « offenses » as the old books say, the yearly sensitive areas, the impact, according to the importance of the caused unbalance, can be from petty nuisances to big troubles, often concerning health, but also material or legal problems.
Here are the areas to be taken into consideration this year :