Discover Your Feng Shui Astrology Profile

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Feng shui astrology, also called 9 Star Ki astrology, is often considered a branch of feng shui. Some feng shui practitioners believe 9 Star Ki is the oldest form of astrology. Feng shui astrology is not the same as Chinese astrology based on 12 zodiac signs. The name 9 Star Ki comes from the ancient belief that the universal energy (chi) is channeled to Earth through nine stars. The quality of energy varies within nine-year cycles, and every person has an associated star number based on their birth year. 

Here are some insights that each star number can provide in feng shui astrology.

Star 1

Your Health

As a Star 1 person, your energy is an expression of the water feng shui element. In traditional Chinese medicine, the water element governs kidneys, bladder, and the reproductive system. What that means is when you're stressed and your energy is imbalanced, these are the organs that will typically absorb the negative energy and get weak.

Be mindful about nurturing your energy, and don't let it get depleted. Start with the basics: sleep, nutrition, hydration, and exercise. And continue with more specifically tailored activities, such as developing discipline or committing to clarity in communication. Star 1 people are often very sensitive and intuitive, so do your best to embrace these qualities without depleting your energy. Know when to say "no" and when to go with the flow.

Your Home Feng Shui

To nourish your Star 1 energy, decorate your home with two feng shui elements: water and metal (which supports water). Water and metal feng shui element colors—including blue, black, white, and gray—are excellent for you to decorate with. Crystals and stones with a strong water element can also support your energy. The best ones for you are moonstone, aquamarine, pearls, celestine, clear quartz, and turquoise. Moreover, essential oils can help to nourish your energy. Choose from a variety of oils that calm and balance, such as chamomile or lavender, as well as ones that energize and revitalize, such as lemongrass or eucalyptus.

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Star 2

Your Health

As a Star 2 person, your energy is associated with the earth feng shui element. In traditional Chinese medicine, the earth element governs the pancreas, spleen, and stomach. These are the organs that oversee the proper function of the lymphatic and immune systems.

Star 2 people tend to focus on nurturing and helping others, sometimes at the expense of their own health. Learning to nurture yourself and balancing the giving with receiving are major lessons for you.

Your Home Feng Shui

To support your Star 2 energy, decorate your home with items associated with the earth element and the fire element, which nourishes earth. Earth and fire feng shui element colors include all earth tones, as well as red, orange, bright yellow, pink, and purple. Certain crystals and stones also can help to support your energy. The best ones for you are carnelian, jasper, smoky quartz, and rose quartz.

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Star 3

Your Health

Star 3 people are associated with the wood feng shui element. In traditional Chinese medicine, the wood element governs the function of the liver and gallbladder. So when your energy is imbalanced, these are the organs that will absorb the negative energy first and thus get weak.

As a Star 3 person, aim to limit activities that deplete these organs. From avoiding saturated fats and excessive partying to exercising and meditation, there are many ways for you to bring balance and strength to your energy. Star 3 people tend to be full of energy, vitality, and enthusiasm. But it's important for you to know when to relax and replenish your energy—be it with a massage or a walk in nature.

Your Home Feng Shui

To support your Star 3 energy, use decor that's associated with the wood element, along with the earth and water elements, which nourish wood. The colors linked to wood are green and brown, but you can use earth and water colors as well. The best crystals and stones for you to display or wear are moonstone, aquamarine, malachite, and jasper.

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Star 4

Your Health

Star 4 people also are associated with the wood feng shui element, meaning negative energy could especially impact the liver and gallbladder. As a Star 4 person, you tend to be very open and generous, and sometimes this works against you. Learning how to create personal boundaries can greatly benefit your health and well-being.

Also, be especially mindful about balancing your emotions, as the liver is the organ that stores anger, resentment, and unexpressed emotions. Learning to meditate or practice other balancing techniques, such as yoga and tai chi, can help you to stay centered and protect your energy.

Your Home Feng Shui

Decorating your home with influences of the wood, earth, and water feng shui elements can benefit your personal energy. Besides the colors associated with these elements, this also includes materials, such as wood furniture, earthenware, and water features. The best crystals and stones for Star 4 people are malachite, aquamarine, smoky quartz, black tourmaline, and turquoise.

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Star 5

Your Health

The energy of Star 5 people is an expression of the earth feng shui element, meaning negative energy can target the spleen, pancreas, and stomach. These organs can easily get unbalanced through worrying or overthinking, so aim to minimize your stress level through activities, such as medication or exercise.

As a Star 5 person, you tend to be resilient, but don't take this for granted. Nurturing your energy is very important for you to remain balanced. Star 5 people also naturally tend to be the center of attention. But focus on developing inner strength that doesn't depend on other people's opinions. This will promote your best energy.

Your Home Feng Shui

To encourage your Star 5 earth energy, decorate your home with influences from the earth element, as well as the fire element, which nourishes earth. Some decor options for strengthening the presence of the earth element include clay figurines, terra-cotta diffusers or candle holders, and landscape artwork that uses lots of earth tones. The best crystals and stones for you are carnelian, aquamarine, moonstone, celestine, smoky quartz, and turquoise.

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Star 6

Your Health

As a Star 6 person, your energy is an expression of the metal feng shui element. In traditional Chinese medicine, the metal element governs the lungs and large intestine. So reducing negative energy is important for these parts of your body. Your skin also can be sensitive because the skin function is controlled by lungs in traditional Chinese medicine.

Star 6 people have strong leadership abilities and like to be challenged. But to avoid burnout, it's necessary to focus on cultivating inner calm and stillness with techniques, such as yoga, meditation, or tai chi. Also, be mindful of your emotions, and find a way either to express them or let them go. This especially goes for the emotions of grief and sadness.

Your Home Feng Shui

To support your Star 6 metal energy, use decor in your home that draws out the metal element, as well as the earth element, which nourishes metal. Popular options for metal decor items include metal vases or dishes, artwork in metal frames or other wall art made of metal, fabrics with metallic threads, and metal light fixtures. The best crystals and stones for Star 6 people are clear quartz, pyrite, ammonite, and turquoise.

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Star 7

Your Health

If you're a Star 7 person, your energy also is an expression of the metal feng shui element. So just like Star 6 people, negative energy can target your lungs, large intestine, and skin. However, unlike Star 6 people, a Star 7 person generally has an easier time expressing their emotions. But sometimes they still put on a good face while dealing with serious hidden emotions. Be sure not to suppress your true feelings, as this can manifest negative energy in the long run.

As a Star 7 person, you tend to be very social and fun-loving. But your care-free nature often prevents you from finishing important tasks. You are also quite reluctant to enter any commitments. Promoting inner strength through activities, such as yoga and meditation, can help you develop the patience you need to commit to tasks.

Your Home Feng Shui

The right feng shui of your home will help you clear away any negative emotions and energy. As a Star 7 person, you should use decor that supports the metal and earth elements. Items associated with the metal element can especially bring a sense of clarity and peace to a space. And items that express the earth element can bring a warm, grounding energy. The best crystals and stones for Star 7 people are clear quartz, pyrite, black tourmaline, and turquoise.

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Star 8

Your Health

The energy of Star 8 people is an expression of the earth feng shui element, which governs the spleen, pancreas, and stomach in traditional Chinese medicine. As a Star 8 person, be especially mindful about keeping your energy active and flowing. Having an active lifestyle and an enjoyable exercise routine will help you to avoid a sense of stagnation or lethargy that Star 8 people are prone to.

Star 8 people also tend to have a contemplative nature, which is an asset. This will help to bring balance to your active side, as long as you make the time to sit still and reflect through activities, such as meditation.

Your Home Feng Shui

To nourish your Star 8 earth energy, decorate with influences of the earth element, along with the fire element that supports it. Some ideal options are a Himalayan salt lamp or an earthenware candle holder, which both combine the elements of earth and fire. This will provide a grounding energy, as well as a spark to keep you feeling upbeat. The best crystals and stones for Star 8 people are carnelian, smoky quartz and tiger's eye.

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Star 9

Your Health

As a Star 9 person, your energy is an expression of the fire feng shui element. In traditional Chinese medicine, the fire element governs the heart and small intestine. So any negative energy can target those parts of your body and make them weak.

Star 9 people tend to be sensitive, creative, and active. But it's important to have a solid foundation for your fiery energy to be expressed in a balanced way. Adequate sleep, good nutrition, enjoyable exercise, and adhering to a routine all can go a long way to calm the naturally nervous state that many Star 9 people are prone to.

Your Home Feng Shui

To strengthen your Star 9 fire energy, use decor that expresses the fire element, as well as the wood element that supports it. Having a clutter-free home will help promote the inner calm you need for balanced energy. Fire can be expressed through reds, oranges, and yellows in the wall color, textile colors, artwork, and more. You also can use candles or make your fireplace a focal point. But don't use an excessive amount of fire decor in your bedroom, as its active energy can prevent you from getting enough sleep. The best crystals and stones for Star 9 people are amethyst, carnelian, tiger's eye, clear quartz, pyrite, and malachite.

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