Qi Men Dun Jia

Qi Men Dun Jia is an ancient art of strategy & prediction and there are primarily two methods. One is called the San He QMDJ and the other is the San Yuan Version. While strategy part is almost an lost art today, CAFS QMDJ emphasize the strategy part a lot because it is one of the most useful tool in our day to day life.

Here, I would like to share an article on San He Qi Men Dun Jia

How to read a Qi men Dun Jia chart

In Qi Men Dun Jia, the Useful God is based on Heaven (Tian Pan – 9 stars), Earth (Di Pan – 9 stars), Ren (Human Pan – 8 doors) and Shen (the 8 Gods).

The main focus is to work based on the palace where the Useful God is. Then we analyze Heaven, Earth, Man and God. The Useful God is usually the Heavenly Stem of the day. Compare this to the 12 Life Cycles and the combinations. The palace of the Useful God must be in timely (Wang Xiang of the 9 stars). Compare it with the seasons. What I produces is known as Wang, What is same as me is known as Xiang, What produces me is known as Si (dead), what I control is known as Xiu (resting) and what controls me is known as Qui (imprison). Continue reading “Qi Men Dun Jia”

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Tea Talk: Master Francis Leyau in 1992…

I was going through this YouTube video by Master Isaac Chung in 1992 and was surprised to hear him mentioning Master Francis’s name in his opening speech. Sifu’s Chinese name is 刘育才.

This video was a recorded in 1992 during a Feng Shui Conference in Malacca, Malaysia. Master Francis Leyau has been active in the Feng shui world long before it was popularized to the public. There was no ‘celebrity’ styled masters during that time, there were only masters true to their own works.

Francis specializes in San Yuan Feng Shui & San Yuan Qi Men Dun Jia (QMDJ).

In this part 1 Master Chung was talking about the common Chinese parables that 1. Destiny 2. Luck 3. Feng shui 4. Deeds 5. Education….based on the study of I-Ching.

It was a very profound speech even as Master Chung spoke in Cantonese his native language.

I have summarized into this simple diagram:

Summarized by Alan Chong

Watch the Video here: