• Original Feng Shui

How to make a wish on the moon of Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year celebrations, also known as the Spring Festival, in China starts on the 23rd day of the 12th lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The festival lasts for about 23 days, ending on the 15th day of the first lunar month in the following year in the Chinese calendar.

This year on February 16 2018 the rooster is being passed over to the Dog during 2018.

Chinese Astrologers have advised for centuries that this is an excellent time to begin any undertaking because their energy of the new moon means that there is a growing Chi.

Since the beginning astrologers have long known that endeavors begin on a new moon have a greater chance of success than the other cycles of the moon. They have also known that it is an appropriate time for making your wishes known as the growing Chi of the new moon that will help bring your wishes to reality.

How to Make Your Wishes for the Chinese New Moon

Write your wishes down on a white piece of paper with pencil (no pen as ink is not allow on this type of ritual). Be realistic on what you wish for.

Put your wishes in a red envelope.

Hold the envelop in between both of your hands to transfer you personal Chi into the envelop focusing again on your wish.

As this is the year of the Dog for the upcoming year most of the energy should be associated with wishes that have something to do with the sign of the Dog. (Dogs are loyal and honest, amiable and kind, cautious and prudent, Communicative, serious, and responsible in work, cautious, and always ready to help others).

Put wishes in your bed pillow for 28 days or place them outside where the new moon can cast its energy on your wishes.

After the 28 days, burn your red envelope and dispose the ashes to the elements.

59 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

© 2023 by Fillow Me. Proudly created with

Feng Shui Audit


Traditional/Classical Feng Shui

Traditional or Classical Feng Shui is the art of creating a balanced of environment. This practice of Feng Shui uses the five elements - wood, fire, earth, metal and water to analyze the landscape and building to determine where the most favorable flow of Chi (energy) is located and how to produce new or enhance the existing Chi.  Traditional Feng Shui uses a Lo'pan (Chinese compass) that encloses accurate formulas and complex calculations which are used to correct or enhance the flow of Chi. To accomplish this task, it is imperative for the practitioner to understand the flow of wind and water and their interaction with land and buildings.


When to Use Feng Shui

Experiencing long periods of bad luck. 

Planning to build a property.

Purchasing an existing building, house or office. 

Planning to open a new business. 

Renting a house or apartment. 


Traditional Feng Shui analysis will tell you the best directions and locations to tap into based on your individual group and type of land as well as find a home or renting place that will adjust better with your own personal energy. 

As a Feng Shui practitioner, I will guide you through the process of seating the best flow of Chi in the most important areas of the building. 

I will advise you on the types of energy patterns which exist and are fixed in the property and may create problems. 

Following Traditional Feng Shui principles, I will provide you with the best dates and times to move and for renovations to take place.

  • facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • w-googleplus