Addressing health-related concerns happens at a variety of points in life. Some concerns for older clients are different than younger clients. A large percentage of my clients are Gen Xers, along with Xennials and some Millenials/Gen Yers. Following a decline in COVID-19 patients, many major hospital systems across the United States are resuming non-essential or elective surgeries. As a result, one request which is coming up more often is to take a look at a person’s BaZi & Feng Shui to determine the best time for surgery.
Using these predictive arts, both Feng Shui and BaZi, also known as the Four Pillars of Destiny, there are distinct correlations that can reveal when a person may be more likely to have a significant medical procedure or health issue. Since people are wanting to be more active during the summer season, my clients want to know the best timing for surgery around their plans for the rest of the year.
Within the scope of Feng Shui, we can see when the house may be the most supportive for recovery and healing. We can identify ‘hot spots’ of nurturing, supportive energy for recuperation.
In Flying Star Feng Shui, the annual 2 star, which is known as a sickness star is visiting the North for 2021 (the year of the Ox, which extends into February 4, 2022). The native star to the North is 1. The annual 2 star is an earth element star and the native 1 star is a water element star. Earth and water together make mud. Chinese medicine considers this contamination. This can lead to challenges with digestion, stomach, spleen and can trigger other imbalances with kidneys, reproductive systems, unclear thinking or vision, and more. Therefore, we would want an important area, like a bedroom, to be avoided. If you have the luxury of sleeping in a different location, you can steer clear of complications and barriers to healing.
Within the scope of BaZi, we can analyze the timing of when to eliminate obstacles, such as clashes or harmful energies. Taking that a step further, we can apply personal date selection to optimize the best timing for an important medical procedure or a series of procedures. That being said, if you’ve ever had surgery, you know that there is often little choice in when to schedule. The doctor may have a schedule limiting his/her availability to certain weekdays for surgery and/or certain times of the day. As much advanced notice can give you more options and flexibility.
We are currently in the Year of the Ox. In BaZi, the animal sign of the Goat is in the direct opposite position of the Ox. Some people consider this to be one of the more unfavorable of the signs because it’s in a direct opposite, CLASH position.
The Goat animal sign represents people born in July and the Year of the Goat which is: 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015. If you have a Goat animal sign in your chart, it is recommended to use caution. Please do not engage in high-risk sports or activities. No jumping out of perfectly good airplanes, dancing on wobbly tables, engaging in thrill-seeking activities, or anything else we regular people would think is dangerous.
Another useful tool is divination with Qi Men Dun Jia. I mentioned Qi Men Dun Jia in my previous newsletter. Using this method, we can see a potential outcome. The nature of the sickness/illness can be identified as well as the effectiveness of treatment and/or doctor. So much unseen information can be revealed with this divination.
Whenever surgeries are elective and can be scheduled in advance, we have more time to plan them out. To be fair, you can see that there are many factors involved in answering the question. If you have a major medical procedure or surgery coming up later this year, call for a consultation to determine the most supportive timing available.