Dragon’s Breath

A True Sheng Ji Effects

生基真實的故事

THE DRAGON’S QI

Dragon’s Qi is believed to have the ability to alter a person’s destiny over time. Precisely why it is called a Dragon’s qi is because Dragon is an celestial animal that stays in heaven. Thus a dragon is a symbol of heaven’s representation. Thus why in ancient China only the Emperor are allowed to use the dragon symbol . This is because Emperor is the viewed as the Mandate of Heaven and dragon is used to represent the symbol of power mandated given by heaven.

However this same term, Dragon is also used in Feng Shui to denote the movement of the mountains that carry the Qi or energy, hence is also known as the Dragon’s Qi or Dragon’s Breath.

THE HISTORY

A mother was rather apprehensive of her daughter’s weak body. After the first miscarriage, the daughter was rather sad and depressed. This has affected her marriage and her relationship with her husband and in-laws.

THE SHENG JI PLANTING

The mother came to seek my advice and I told her she can give Sheng Ji a try.

Tombstone 墓碑

The Sheng ji was designed according to traditional method as taught by our grand masters. An auspicious date 吉日 was selected to erect the tombstone 墓碑. The tombstone is important because without a tombstone the effect is not as strong as the one with a well feng shui and aligned tombstone.

Having a tombstone is rather important as it serves as the External Qi collector. Without a tombstone, the only Qi it receives is the Internal Qi. When both Internal and External Qi is harmonized, only the Sheng Ji can produce better results.

Slowly over the months, things started to change for her. Starting from her relationship with the husband, then the in-laws and followed by the pregnancy. However, this is not yet the climax of the story.

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How To Help A Bad BaZi – Part II?

Well in my years of Consulting in BaZi, a common question is can we really change our Destiny? My answer is “Of Course! but to what degree?”

So if I have a Bad BaZi, what can I do? The honest answer is there are ways but it’s not all and always easy.

To understand this you will need to understand the components of Destiny. I will leave this for another posting. Briefly there are more than 10 ways of doing it and each has different degrees of effectiveness.

Our body is make of energy spectrum or some call it aura. The human aura is an biomagnetic energy and light field that surrounds the physical body.human aura

In the olden days, they use a method known as Life Grave or also known today as Sheng Ji. Sheng Ji or 生基 is a method borrowed from Yin Feng Shui or Ancestral Feng Shui. Sheng Ji is also another method they use to improve destiny luck.

How can burying one personal belonging in a grave can help improve the Destiny of a Bad BaZi? Yes indeed the mechanics is not so straight forward and sometimes appears illogical to a lay person. Of course these are trade secrets that one has to go under the guidance of a Lineage Master and it takes some time to acquire the needed skills.

The mountain range is also known as Dragons in Feng Shui Classics. Why is it called the Dragon?

Dragon

Chinese like to use the nearest resemblance to describe a situation or phenomena. Dragons in Chinese culture symbolized the heavenly creature and lives in the heaven. It is seen as a magical creature represents the kingdom of heaven.

Only emperors or royal families are allowed to don the robe with Dragons.

Qi is described as the breath of Dragon, is the essence to changing one’s destiny. This Qi or energy affects our personal belongings that contains our DNA.

This repeated and prolonged process of the Dragon’s breath of interacting with our DNA, changes it’s energy profile and then is transmitted back to us to help reshape our Destiny over time.

What effects it brings will depend on the land formation of all the Main Dragon and the surrounding Dragons and water ways.

Traditionally the main purpose of life grave is for longevity thus calling it Life Grave, meaning Life extension Grave. So it’s extending, not living for eternity! If you want to live for eternity, one has to thread the heavenly path like the Buddha or Jesus. Just as we know Feng Shui does not defy gravity so to speak.

Here is an article that I have written about the current president of Taiwan family.

 

Yin Zhai Feng Shui & Life Grave

The word ‘Feng Shui’ derived during the reign of Jin Dynasty (265 – 420AD) when Guo Pu, the author of the book Zhang Jing (Study of Burial Ground) first used it. In the book he says, “The travel of Qi is conducted by air and water. When the air is dispersed, the Qi too is dispersed; when the water is stagnant, the Qi too is stagnant.”

Feng Shui can be classified into the Theory School, which has three different aspects: The San He, The San Yuan and The Nine Star and The Form School with its emphasis on the study of landscaping. The Theory School was practiced more in the North and Central China while The Form School in the South. After the Ming Dynasty they were merged as one to give a wholesome picture and study of Feng Shui, which was until then sort of incomplete.

The entire knowledge of Feng Shui can be divided into Yin and Yang Feng Shui. Yin Feng Shui refers to the study of the Feng Shui of grave sites and burial grounds; whereas Yang Feng Shui refers to the study of Feng Shui of residences and commercial dwellings for living persons.

In the olden days, there was no demarcation on the studies of Yin and Yang Feng Shui as the theories were interconnected and intertwined. Therefore, the complete study of Feng Shui must consist of both Yin and Yang Feng Shui, which are inseparable. We must however remember that Yang Feng Shui is not necessarily derived from Yin Feng Shui and vice versa.

Nowadays, most Feng Shui masters only learn one part on Yang Feng Shui and not the entire knowledge of Feng Shui. In order to be a complete Feng Shui master, one must know both the theories and applications of Yin and Yang Feng Shui.

 

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