Bazi, Case Study, Feng Shui


Very often you hear some masters say Bazi is diagnosis while Feng Shui is remedy. Is this a true statement? Then there are masters who uses Bazi to determine the Nobleman star or Peach Blossom star then activate it in the respective sector in the house .

For example if in a person’s Bazi the Day Master is Jia 甲, then the Nobleman star is at Chou 丑 and Wei 未 sectors. If your Day Master is Xin 辛 then your nobleman star is at Wu 午 and Yin 寅 sectors of the house. They use the below compass to locate the sectors.

24 mountain of a Chinese Compass

As a teacher and practicing consultant in both Bazi and Feng Shui, I beg to differ in this viewpoint. Bazi is our astrology chart that decipher our Destiny from our date and time of birth. It tells us what our life limits are, our characters, our problems and our strengths. Feng shui on the other hand is the art of harnessing Qi from the land to benefit humans. Using the knowledge of our surrounding land and direction of our house, we contain certain types of energy in our house. This energy in our house in turns affects the outcome of our life.

This is the reason why Chinese as classify the metaphysics study into 5 categories is because they are indeed different streams of practice but uses the same fundamentals.

The 5 arts are namely:

  1. Physiognomy – Face reading & Feng shui
  2. Divination – Yijing divination,
  3. Astrology – Fate or destiny analysis such as Bazi or Zi Wei Dou Shu.
  4. Medicine – Medical branch
  5. Philosophy and Arts – Tao and martial arts.

Thus you may see that Feng Shui and Bazi belongs to different categories. Only modern “masters” mixes them together.

Here I share a real case shared to me during the consultation after I have predicted it. (Shared with permission from person)

Bazi 八字

This is the Bazi of their person. In the reading I saw this person would lose a sum of money and most likely is from the house issue.

Why in 2016 just after Li Chun the house was burglarized? This is reflected in the Bazi.

Continue reading “FENG SHUI BAZI – PART 2”

Monthly FengShui

Monthly Flying Stars – Jan 2013

On 5th Jan, just after 5 days entering the new year of 2013, we will cross into the Gui Chou Month which is also the last month of the Solar Calendar for the year of Water Dragon.

Here is the Chart and this will be the last Chart for this series. After Li Chun 立春 there will be a new format!

Jan 2013

As you can see San Sha goes to the East this month while the 5 Yellow Star flies to the West sector.

With this 2 charts used in combination with your house Natal Chart, you should be able to tell what is coming to the house. So if you have sickly people recuperating in the house it will be better to move out if you are staying in the SE sector.

There are some masters that is now saying that the New Chinese Year now begins in the Winter Solstice or Dong Zhi, 冬至 instead of Li Chun. This is not true in Feng Shui because we are using Li Chun, 立春 for thousands of years to mark the change of Qi within the Solar Calendar System. Dong Zhi may be the beginning grow of Yang Qi as they claim but the Qi is not usable till Li Chun.

Li Chun marks the beginning of Spring where things starts to grow after months in hibernation during the Winter. As such the year begins in the Li Chun on Yin 寅 month and so does the demarcation of your Ming Gua.

So if they had understand how the usage of Sundials, how Early Heaven Bagua was formed and how they are integrated into Feng Shui Applications surely this mistake will not happen.

Many self learned masters & modern students are too keen into application but have neglected the study of proper fundamentals resulting in errors, errors that could bring chaos to other people’s life. Life in the “instant noodles” age.