2020 Feng Shui Almanac (Feng Shui
Every household of feng shui practitioners
will usually have the chinese Tung Shu (Tung Sing) or almanac in
place to ensure smooth sailing of endeavours and important undertakings.
In fact no feng shui masters nor practitioners will do without the
almanac when they want to guide people in commencing a new business
or starting a new endeavour. Most sites normally make big money
out of this, but we want everyone to benefit from and is providing
it FREE. It is packed with information converted from the genuine
annual chinese almanac. Clearly illustrated in English and simple
to use, it is packed with information on auspicious dates and hours
used to select for important occasions such as weddings, moving
house, commencing business, travelling and renovation. It also describes
the new moon and full moon days of the chinese lunar calendar into
the roman calendar. You may also use the auspicious time and dates
contained in this calendar to attend an interview, sign an agreement,
meet someone important, throw a big party, have a one-on-one meeting
with your boss, do your home space clearing, feng shui rituals,
furniture movements, making wealth vases, inviting wealth gods into
homes and placement of feng shui symbols. It is also important that
you do not engage in any of the important activities if it is a
bad day for the animal sign you were born under.
What is the Chinese Almanac?
The ancient chinese almanac (better known
as Thoong Sing or Tung Shu) has more than a thousand years of
history and research, and it is the Chinese system of measuring
and recording the passage of time. The system of timekeeping in
feng shui is a combination of the lunar and solar calendars, or
more appropriately, a lunisolar calendar. It actually records
the months that mirror the movements of the moon and the years
reflect with the seasons of the sun.
The almanac is used to indicate traditional
festivals and to select dates for important occasions such as
renovation, wedding and moving house. For the farmers, it is used
to time agricultural activities in the countryside. Ordinarily,
the Chinese live their daily lives on a monthly basis according
to the lunar cycle, which mark the new moon and full moon days.
On the other hand, the farming community, feng shui masters and
fortune-tellers subscribe to Solar Hsia calendar which follows
the time of the sun.
For centuries such ancient almanac has
been consulted for suitable dates on everything to assist us in
Feng Shui practice and forecast individual's luck for the day.
Today, it is widely used by many giant corporates to advice on
selection of appropriate days for almost every important activity,
from groundbreaking ceremonies to signing new agreements, launching
of a new products, opening a new office, wedding ceremonies to
be held, renovations and moving houses.
***Important Day Taboo for Extremely
Important Occasions ***
It is vital to know that there are a few
days in every month which are prohibited for important celebrations
even though the feng shui almanac indicates the days to be good
or excellent. Important celebrations are such as wedding celebration,
signing an important contract, starting a new business and starting
a new career. These dates are known as the "San Niang"
Killing days (San Niang Shar). No matter how good the almanac
describe these days, please avoid them by all means.
The "San Niang" Killing days are 3rd, 7th, 13th, 18th, 22nd and
27th day of every LUNAR month. Please take note that the days
refer to "lunar days" and does not refer to western
Most inexperienced masters or younger generation who refers to
modernized almanac may not be aware of this important rule of
thumb. We would like to share this secret tip that has never been
revealed over the internet before because we have seen so many
cases of bad spell happening to those who have chosen these days,
such as divorce, collapse of business, unsuccessful career etc.
Some grand masters will deliberately pick these days, which is
termed as "Dou Shan" Killing (Dou Shan Shar).Unless the eight
characters ("phat chee" or "ba zi") of the
person concerned is in great favour of that day. To pick this
day, if one is lucky enough, the luck will turn 180 degrees for
the better. On the contrary, it will bring disastrous results.
Therefore, it is recommended to avoid these days by all means
to prevent regrets.
How to Read the Almanac?
1. One will have to find out their planned
agenda for the day. Eg. moving house, carrying out a renovation
2. Then find a day that does not conflict ones zodiac and age.
This is very important. If the day is in conflict with ones zodiac,
then avoid carrying out the important agenda by all means.
3. Check also to make sure that the day falls on a San Niang Afflicted
Day. If yes, avoid it by all means.
4. Weigh if the day is only good for that specific task or if
it is generally a good day. One can guess if the day is a lucky
day, fairly lucky day, neutral day or unlucky day by checking
if the day is suitable to manage the number of task. The more
tasks one can carry out, the better is day's luck. For example,
if a day is good for opening business but not good for renovation
or moving house, then it is considered as a neutral day. But if
a day is good for everything, then it can be considered as a lucky
"Warning warning warning"
1. The chinese almanac is never used to
do "fortune telling". It must never be used to check the events
of the past. If you use the almanac to check if the date of the
"past event" is good or bad, it is said to bring grave
misfortune. A chinese almanac is a calendar to guide you in "future"
2. Date selection should only be done by yourself and applied
to your ownself. It must never be done for "other people"
if you are not from the energy world and not receiving an "ang
pow" (red packet) from the person you are selecting the date for.
Else good luck will be take away from you by the person you are
doing the date selection for.
Almanac by Month for 2020
Dates for Big Cleaning in 2020
for Depositing Money into Bank Account on Lap Chun Day in 2020
Dates for Resuming Work/Business after CNY in 2020
Wedding Planner for 2020
Inauspicious Days in January 2020
Inauspicious Days in February 2020
Inauspicious Days in March 2020
Inauspicious Days in April 2020
Inauspicious Days in May 2020
Inauspicious Days in June 2020
Inauspicious Days in July 2020
and Inauspicious Days in August 2020
and Inauspicious Days in September 2020
and Inauspicious Days in October 2020
and Inauspicious Days in November 2020
and Inauspicious Days in December 2020