Oops… It has taken a bit longer than I have planned. Any way, this technique can also be applied to your 4 Pillars of Destiny chart (Bazi). This is the simplest and easiest method of avoiding the INauspicious dates for your important events.
Take your year and day branches, find out their opposite branches which will become the year and day breakers. If you don’t know your year and day branches, go to my Home page, fill in your birth data under FREE Bazi or 4 Pillars of Destiny chart, and click calculate. Your 4P natal chart is then generated and the two branches will appear in the year and day columns.
Using today’s data, the year branch is Zi (Rat), and the day branch is Chou (Ox). Horse is directly opposite the Rat, so Wu (Horse) is your Year Breaker. Similarly, Wei (Goat) is directly opposite the Ox, Ox is your Day Breaker. Subsequently, you should avoid Horse and Goat days for any of your important endeavors. Note: we only use the Year and day branches for this calculation.
Needless to say, experienced practitioners will incorporate other more powerful methods to fine-tune the calculation of your auspicious dates.
I hope the above will bring you more blessings
I apologize for this long interval… blame it on global financial crisis, economical crisis, recession… you name it, but the fact is that among other things, I have to “house visit” my Feng Shui clients, write the corresponding reports, and the same goes for Bazi readings. Here are some flowers for your patience…
Today I will introduce you to “year and month breakers”. I hope you’re familiar with the 12 Chinese animal signs, and may be a bit about the Chinese calendars. You see, each Solar year or month is assigned with a stem and a branch.
Our focus is on the branches, each branch is represented by an animal, for example: 2008 is the year of Earth Rat, and this October is the month of Water Dog. Note that this will change at the end of each solar year or at the end of each solar month. The branch that is directly opposite to the branch of the year is known as Year break; in our above example, Horse is directly opposite the Rat, so Horse is our Year Breaker. Similarly, Dragon is directly opposite the Dog, it is therefore known as the Month Breaker.
In my next blog, I will show you how to identify your inauspicious dates. Stay tuned
This is a common topic that comes up during a discussion. Should we or should we not have a water feature inside or outside of a house?
We all know that water activates the flow of qi (energy), the result may be beneficial because it could bring us wealth. Adversely, water may not be profitable as it could bring also financial difficulties besides bumpy life. Is it then a dilemma? No, a good Feng Shui consultant or practitioner knows how to calculate and locate the good qi. The effectiveness and success depend largely on the accuracy of a Feng Shui analysis.
Here’s a fun way to find out For indoor water feature, place it wherever you find suitable. Use a larger vessel for outdoor water feature. You must be very attentive and observant to check the results. If you suddenly receive an unexpected amount of money or experience some happy event, this may be a good location. However, if you start digging into your pocket to pay a series of repair bills, or something drastic happens… STOP the water flow immediately.
Have fun but do it at your own risk