Date Selection Astrology to bring Luck
Date Selection is an unusual type of Feng Shui practice but essentially it’s based around choosing a right time to start something or open something.
So you might want to have an opening for your new boutique, or a house warming… or you may want to celebrate the release of your book… or find a good date and time to get married. In fact, many people use Feng Shui Date Selection to find a good date for a wedding, an engagement or proposal.
The other thing about Date Selection is used for is Feng Shui.
Choosing a good date to commence a renovation, or a date to install your remedies such as wealth remedies:- fountain or elephants for instance, which is totally different to choosing date selection to “nullify” certain negative energies.
Date selection is a very be effective method of fixing a problem within the building or encouraging a particular outcome. In Asia its quite common to use date selection for ‘opening’ a building, ‘renovating’ a building, installing a correction for a building or establishing a solution. Date selection has a measureable track record of ensuring a higher level or positive energy in the building; attracting positive energy, higher success rates, enhanced Feng Shui energies, attracting better patronage or tenants. And especially in the practices of “High Level” Feng Shui such as Qi Men Dun Jia the date selection capability used in Strategic Execution has a phenominal and unparrallel success rate.
Traditionally, date selection is used to avoid triggering negative energy within a building – such as negtive yearly energies and you can save yourself a lot of angst using this ancient practice in this way. Without a doubt choosing a good date for a correction, a solution, or an opening does seem to noticeably attract a lot more people and enhance good Feng Shui Energies.
In Asian countries, you wont find an important event taking place without Date Selection. Its a “connoisseur” practice to choose an auspicious date to commence something important or ‘special’ and almost every Asian household has a old Tong Shu stashed away in their back cupboard somewhere. 🙂