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20-year disasterstar in center #75702 04/16/10 01:22 PM
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Hi
I have a 20-year disasterstar in the center of our house. It is an open hallway, with doors to rooms we use often.
Any thougths on how this affects harmony/health in the house?
It is cured with a large windchime. Other recommendations?

I am also thinking of changing the color of the house. It is a SW 2, with entrance in the NW, (missing some of the Westarea)
The house is now earthred, and I need more metal/water.
What are guidelines for housecolors/entrancedoors?

Delighted with enligthening replies!
-Cathrine

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Cathrine] #75706 04/17/10 11:23 AM
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Hi,

I just watched the DVD on time Feng Shui and Marie talked about a small cabinet (empty) and locking up the disaster star energy.

Is it possible to place a small, empty cabinet somewhere within the center of your home?

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Johnp157] #76096 05/30/10 06:47 AM
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Hi Catherine
The other remedy I used - I have the same issue with a Disaster Star in the Centre of my home - was the Diamond Feng Shui Diamond which I placed in a golden frame and sat in a set of shelving in the centre area of our home. I also used the idea of locking the energy in a small cabinet as John indicated above.
Cheers
Jetay

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: JETAY] #76161 06/08/10 03:43 PM
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Aloha Cathrine,

Like Johnp157 mentions, the "disaster star in a box" technique can come in handy in your situation.

AS for colors

Aloha Candy,

Check out previous posts on this with the "Search the Forums" link above. Choose "Advanced," then select this forum, use a term like "paint' or "color," and choose since the last three years.

Or start by clicking here.

Much Love, Shawn

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Shawn_Grim] #76169 06/09/10 02:11 PM
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Thank you all!

The disasterstar is now boxed in a small cabinet under a table! :-) I have also hung the diamondlogo and do have a sense of the space being ligther already - Thank you!

-Cathrine

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Cathrine] #76210 06/18/10 03:51 PM
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Great!

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Cathrine] #87855 06/01/19 01:04 AM
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Hello,

My house is SW2 with a disaster star in the center.
I have cured with a large windchime, however intend to
now use the "lock the disaster star up in a box" technique.

However once that is done, the disaster star is
still there loitering in the center of the house, even
if it is in a box.

Would it be ok to then remove the box with the disaster
star in it from the house and dispose of it at a landfill
somewhere?

Would prefer that disaster star completely gone from my house
forever, if that is at all possible!

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Cathrine] #87861 06/10/19 01:42 PM
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Hi 4space,

I don't think it's possible to remove the center stars. The idea behind the box is to give the center stars a specific place where they can stay without doing any harm. If you remove the box you only remove their "home". The center stars are part of your home and defined by the period of the house and the facing for your front door. They are energy and will exist as long as you live in this house.

But once you've boxed the center stars you should not be harmed by them.

Good luck,
Astrid

Re: 20-year disasterstar in center [Re: Cathrine] #87862 06/10/19 02:54 PM
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Agreed.


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