divination

Plum Blossom Divination – Birthday Gift

Students asking me for more real stories on Plum Blossom Divination so I spoken to a few students and SJ volunteered to share this case she did for her self after learning this beautiful art of Plum Blossom.

Yi Jing Study

plum blossom divination is derived from the knowledge of Yi Jing, the earliest knowledge of Chinese metaphysics that already dated back as long as 6000 years ago according to some historical text.

Plum blossom is an easy art to cast and to help us by giving us a clue onto the situation we have concerns and seek guidance. In this case, it was done for learning purposes by the student.

This student has previous knowledge from other schools and she knows that every schools of Yi Jing is also different in their approach and methodology. Let’s read on her story :


Plum Blossom Divination Chart – SJ
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divination

Plum Blossom Divination Case

Divination is one of the 5 key aspects of Chinese Metaphysics study. There are various methods to do a divination but the easiest and accurate method is the Plum Blossom Divination or 梅花易数. The other method that is now popularly marketed is the Qi Men Dun Jia method which is harder to learn and very dependent on the calendar availability something the Plum Blossom method do not require.

Divination is a method to guide us and give us a hint about a future outcome. Sometimes all we need is a hint so we are better prepared for the eventualities. Let me share with you a REAL case my student did after learning the art of Plum Blossom Divination.


As a former novice learner of QMDJ, I decided to invest in Plum Blossom Divination (PBD) course offered by Master Alan Chong recently. Strictly personal opinion only, I find that sometimes in life all we want to know is a YES or NO answer. The many formulas and formations of QMDJ can easily lead us down a wrong path if we interpret the formation inaccurately. One of the important facts that I have been convinced is this, if we have 3 person asking the same question at the same time, generally the answer is the same at the specific period of time due to QMDJ formation at that particular point in time. Whereas in Plum Blossom Divination, you are likely to get 3 different answers and formations.

Back to the divination, I was bringing the kids to pet adoption centre on the 31st December. While browsing through the web and screening the available pet for adoption, I have “two minds” about the trip tomorrow. It was there and then spontaneously I decided to do a PBD casting. Taken a glance at an “ object” ie my table clock I decided to use the number image there to do my casting and form my hexagram.

Plum Blossom Divination Chart
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General

Reflecting 2020

It has been a tradition for me to pen a few lines as we end each year and this year it is a little late but better late than never. It is late because of time, rushing the BaZi review reports as well Feng Shui annual reports.

We all know the world is still being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Many have lost their lives to this virus and the world economy has come to almost a stop. I can imagine how many have lost their jobs, went bust in their business ventures and yet at the same time some new millionaires are created. Such is the Yin – Yang cycle playing upon us. Today total death from Covid stands at 1.8 million with 83 million infections. 1.8 million could translate to about almost 6% of the population of Malaysia.

At the local scene, Malaysia has not been spared of Covid-19. The 3rd wave has seen a rapid rise after the Sabah State election stamped from the political turmoil. As of today we have seen 463 death from the initial 124 in just less than 6 months. Total infection is 110,485 cases taking a toll on the healthcare system.

How About Me?

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Consultancy, Feng Shui

How To Find A Good Feng Shui Property

Finding a Good Feng Shui property is a tedious process but an effort well spent. A good and strong Feng Shui will last a long time and the benefits it brings is always surprising.

Those clients of ours will know but most of them is too shy to talk about it publicly. Nonetheless, if you want to know how what it takes to get a Grade A Feng Shui, you may want to watch to this video.

If you have any enquiries on Feng Shui for your house, business, retail shop, factory and even corporate office, feel free to CONTACT US.

Bazi

Reblog-US Presidential Election 2020

Sharing an article on the recently concluded USA presidential election. Although this is a subject on Bazi Astrology , I felt that it’s worth sharing on my Feng Shui blog since these two subjects have close relations & significant impact on our lives in the real world.

This article was published long before November 3rd on our Bazi blog.

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Any prediction without a comparison between the 2 person’s BaZi chart does not render much credibility thus we have done a brief analysis on both person’s Bazi.

Date Selection

Date Selection An Introduction

Many are asking what is Date Selection and what is the real purpose of it.

How many types of Date selection methods are there and what are they key differences?

Watch our video as Master Alan talks about it in this first video series for Date Selection.

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Case Study, General

Case of The Li Family Ancestral Hall

This is a case shared by a San He master, Wu Yi Mi from China. Very good video and well narrated in both Chinese (Cantonese) and has English subtitle. Here is the video he made and commented. Very generous of him indeed spending his time and money into making this for everyone to learn and see.

I will not narrate more on the history and background of this ancestral hall but rather comment on the Flying Star Feng Shui point of view on this ancestral hall done by a very famous master Lai Bu Yi back in the Southern Song dynasty Era.


Flying Star Feng Shui System – A San Yuan Prodigy

Over the years I have written numerous articles on Flying star a system which I am well versed in. Unfortunately for various reasons, F star has been also criticized. Partly was due to commercial reasons and partly due to poor understanding and depth in this system.

A Point Worth Mentioning

The water flow direction is important in San He water methods. He observed that sometimes the flow seems to be from left to right while other times right to left thus using this method will have limitations.

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Feng Shui, Yin zhai feng shui

Xuan Kong Da Gua Yin Feng Shui

Xuan Kong Da Gua is a method that was based upon the classics by Master Jiang Da Hong 蔣大鴻 in his works DiLiBianZheng 地理辨正.

DiLiBianZheng Classics

地理辨正 or short DLBZ was a classic that was the result of researched and refined work of Master Jiang Da Hong taken from the works of Master Yang Yun Song who authored the book Qing Nang Ao Yi 青囊奥語 and Tian Yu Jing 天玉经. Master Yang through his works was the precursor to the San He 三合 system today while Master Jiang works lead to the birth of Xuan Kong Da Gua 玄空大卦 which is classified under the San Yuan 三元 system.

The critical words are 辨正, these 2 words simply means to discern the truth. Master Jiang may have discovered the “missing links” or misconception or even perhaps shortcomings to the inner secrets of Master Yang’s works. Thus Master Jiang refined the work of his predecessor. Nonetheless, to be able to do this, it is highly likely Master Jiang is also a learned person in Master Yang’s system or part of his lineage, to be able to grasp and see the inner workings of this system but we never knew.

Xuan Kong Da Gua Feng Shui System

There are many versions of this system out there. The popular versions today are from self learned practitioner from Canada who was an ex-HongKonger. Another teacher from Hong Kong, now deceased is Lam Kwok Hung, who is also the teacher of a famous Feng Shui entrepreneur in Malaysia. Lam like his Canadian counter part, as I was told, is also self learned from book. Then there are the versions from Hong Kong Lineage masters as well from Taiwan. Even in China there are still knowledge but they are more reserved as typical of Lineage schools. They are more conservative in sharing out their inner secrets. If they are accepted into the Lineage, the students have to take an oath to protect the lineage secrets.

Sample of a XKDG luopan rings
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Bazi, Case Study, Feng Shui

Flying Star With Bazi

Today I would like to share a real story about this person Tin Ka ping 田家炳. Who is Tin Ka Ping?.

Tin Ka Ping GBM MBE (Chinese: 田家炳; 20 November 1919 – 10 July 2018), also known as K. P. Tin or Tian Jiabing, was a Hong Kong–Chinese businessman and philanthropist. He was the founder and chairman of Tin’s Chemical Industrial Company and the Tin Ka Ping Foundation. Tin donated billions of Hong Kong dollars and funded hundreds of schools, dozens of hospitals, and thousands of rural libraries throughout China. He was awarded numerous honours for his philanthropy, including the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II, the Grand Bauhinia Medal by the Hong Kong government, a Gold Plate on Contribution to Public Welfare by President Lee Teng-hui of Taiwan, honorary citizenships by more than 80 cities, and honorary doctorate degrees by over ten universities. Chinese astronomers named the asteroid 2886 Tinkaping after him, and his childhood home in Dabu County is protected as a heritage site. (Reference: Wikipedia)

How Has Feng Shui Affected his life journey for as long he stayed there? So before we talk further lets, understand a little more of his life’s journey.

Tin Ka Ping was born in 1919 in the Hakka community of Dabu County, Meizhou, Guangdong Province. His grandfather was a Qing dynasty official who served in Henan Province and fought against the Taiping Rebellion. He was the only son of his father, a businessman who ran a grocery store and a kiln. When his father died in 1935, Tin was forced to quit school at the age of 15 to run the family business.[2][3] He went to Vietnam in 1937 to export the porcelain clay which Dabu is famous for, and soon controlled 60% of Dabu’s export business.[2] However, the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out, and in June 1939 the Imperial Japanese Army occupied Shantou, the main port in eastern Guangdong, blocking the export route from Dabu.[2] Tin moved to Indonesia in 1939 to join his cousin and helped run the latter’s metal factory. After the Surrender of Japan in 1945, he founded a factory in Jakarta to process the abundant supply of local rubber, and later expanded the business with a second factory. In 1956, he started the first plastic film factory in Indonesia.[2] Because of government policies that discriminated against Chinese Indonesians, in 1959 he left Indonesia for Hong Kong.[3] He built a factory in Tuen Mun District making plastics and artificial leather, and his Tin’s Chemical Industrial Company became a leader in Hong Kong’s chemical industry.

His major change was between 1937-1939, 1940-1959, 1960 >

Feng Shui Of Ancestral House

Since I am only expert in Flying Star Feng Shui System, I will show you the flying star chart of this building built in 1881.

This house sits Bing 丙 faces Ren 壬 has a winding road in front and making a turn just right in front of his house. Then there is a stream as well as the Han River flowing from left to right. The entrance to the house is located on the white tiger side of the house thus making the White tiger side shorter than the Green Dragon side.

Naturally I believe that his grand father was a Qing Minister surely he would have engaged a Feng Shui master to feng shui the house for his retirement. What ever method the Feng Shui master has used, I would not know but from what I am the expert at, clearly it is considered good Feng Shui house.

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