What You See is What You Get in Feng Shui - The Form Stream
Form stream is a method to assess the Feng Shui by studying the
geographic conditions of the neighbourhood (exterior) and the
interior of the property. As the study of Feng Shui developed, the
Compass stream relied more on using Loupan (compass) and Bagua for
the assessment. Both streams have their foundation and statistics
to back up their theories. However, the Form stream talks about
tangible objects and is easier to understand.
In fact, both streams are the complement of each other. Having a
good form (good location and good floor layout of the building) will
need a good time (the Flying Stars) to come. On the other hand,
having a bad time (bad Flying Stars come to you) may not have a bad
effect on you without a catalyst – a bad form.
It is, therefore, crucial to keeping bad objects away from you – as
what you see is what you get in Feng Shui. If you have a devil
statue at home, it will attractive devil to you. If the bad flying
star #5 comes, it may not have a significant effect on you without
the catalyst – anything with the nature of Fire or 5. For example,
if you have a light fixture that consists of 5 light bulbs. Since
light fixture is Fire in nature and with 5 light bulbs, it will
attract the #5 star to you.
On the other hand, you may use suitable objects to attract good
stars to you or to enhance their power. This is why having a good
location, good floor plan and good decoration is very important in
Feng Shui as these things can be kept and maintained almost forever,
while the Flying Stars change every Period (20 years) and every year
(with less effect).
If interested, you can have a detailed explanation by consulting an
authenticated Feng Shui practitioner. Good Luck!