July 2017


Below are general meanings of earthly branch clashes in Bazi:

1.  Zi-wu clash (similar to gui-ding clash)

  • unstable life

2.  Mao-you clash (similar to yi-xin clash)

  • losing credibility and promises not kept
  • worrisome and overworked
  • disputes due to lust.

3.  Yinshen clash (similar to Jia-geng/ bing-ren clashes)

  • showering love on uninterested party
  • over-inquisitive on other’s business

4.  Si-hai clash (similar to Bing-ren/ geng-shen clashes)

  • meddlesome
  • eager to help people

5.  Chen-xu clash (similar to yi-xin/ gui-ding clashes)

  •  jinxing close relatives
  • hurting children
  • short life-expectancy

6.  Chou-wei clash (similar to yi-xin/ gui-ding clashes)

  • encountering obstacles in life

7.  Year branch clashing month branch

  •  Daymaster (DM) is likely leaving home town or country

8.  Year branch clashing day branch

  • DM has problem getting along with parents

9.  Year branch clashing hour branch

  • DM has problem getting along with children or children die prematurely

10.  Year branch clashing day, month and hour branches

  • DM is irritable or violent or a chronically sick.

11.  Day branch clashing month branch

  • DM has problem getting along with parents and siblings

12.  Clashes of 4-cardinal elements (zi-wu-mao-you)

  • means clashing of geographic location with change of residence but not career

13.  Clashes of 4-subcardinal elements (yin-shen-si-hai)

  •  means clashing of career and residence with changes of both career and residence

14.  Clashes of 4-storage/ tomb elements (chen-xu-chou-wei)

  • means clashing of career with change of career but not residence

Ken Lai 

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“Applied Bazi: Sickness Forecasting and Management” w/33 hr. HD video 
“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 1: Forecasting and Decision Support” w/32 hr. HD video
“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 2: Basic Bazi Therapy w/18 hr. HD video
“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 3 w/ Advanced Bazi Therapy w/18 hr. HD video
“Feng Shui Toolbox: Sha-qi, Health/Wealth and Career” w/ 7 hr. HD video
“Period 7/8 FS Toolkit w/ Advanced Flying Star techniques” w/ 6 hr. HD video
“Practical Date-Selection Methods (incl. XKDG) w/ 12 hr. video
“Practical Imperial Qi-Men-Dun-Jia 4G” w/ 12 hr. video
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“EZ QMDJ series: Astrology, Date/Task Selection, Annual Luck/ FS”w/ 3 hr. HD
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“Daoist Talismans for Feng Shui/Blessing” w/ 24 hr video
“Practical Door Feng Shui for Wealth” w/ 3 hr. video
“4-Pillars Forecasting Bootcamp+ 2017 edition” with 18 hr. video
“Advanced Visual Form Feng Shui” w/23 hr. HD video
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In 2011, I wrote about the 1000+ years mystery of “middle-heaven bagua” that is supposedly the human level of bagua.

http://kenlaifengshui.blogspot.com/2011/09/in-search-of-human-bagua-i.html

http://kenlaifengshui.blogspot.com/2011/09/in-search-of-human-bagua-ii.html

A German reader wrote me about this middle-heaven bagua.  But I have a policy of not answering emails from people that I do not know (except placing course orders).  But he is so persistent, so I post his questions here for anyone interested to answer.  Other than correcting some minor misspellings, the following is taken verbatim from his email.

Dear Master Lai,

I am a private researcher of yjing the last 20 years. Because of studying a variety of books with contrary views and theories – I am lost and frustrated over the years.

When I read your blog and statements on the web, I got the impression, that you really have the fundamental plain true basics.

I would be pleased and thankful  for your help.

My main questions are:

1.  Is the houtian superpositioned on the xiantian bagua or the other way round to generate the 64 hexagrams?

2. How come the sixiang into being ? Through the middle line of a trigram, combined from earlier and later bagua, or through luoshu / hetu number grid.  Is sixiang a combination from both arrangements? You spoke of a middle gua?! Or is sixiang build from the other /uppermost bagua?

Does young yang stand in the east with lower line yin and upper yang or is it the other way round. Same for young yin in the west?

3. How does the nine palaces (eight houses) are connected in generating the 64 hexagrams?

I would be so happy to get your reply and support.

Best regards from Germany,

xxxxxxx

PS:  Ken’s comment:  These are profound questions good enough for a few PhD dissertations.

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“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 1: Forecasting and Decision Support” w/32 hr. HD video
“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 2: Basic Bazi Therapy w/18 hr. HD video
“Destiny/Luck Mgmt. 3 w/ Advanced Bazi Therapy w/18 hr. HD video
“Feng Shui Toolbox: Sha-qi, Health/Wealth and Career” w/ 7 hr. HD video
“Period 7/8 FS Toolkit w/ Advanced Flying Star techniques” w/ 6 hr. HD video
“Practical Date-Selection Methods (incl. XKDG) w/ 12 hr. video
“Practical Imperial Qi-Men-Dun-Jia 4G” w/ 12 hr. video
“Professional Imperial QMDJ 4G” w/ 21 hr. video
“EZ QMDJ series: Astrology, Date/Task Selection, Annual Luck/ FS”w/ 3 hr. HD
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“4-Pillars Forecasting Bootcamp+ 2017 edition” with 18 hr. video

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winstonchurchill1Winston Churchill had a famous saying, “We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us.”  It describes the interactions and influences between residents and the layout or design of the building.  This is the bread and butter of architects.

In Feng Shui, we have a similar notion of how house-shape affects the organic well-being of the occupants.  A house can project its characteristics onto the body and even social relationship of the occupants.  For example,  a house with missing northwest corner is likely to be a house without a male breadwinner or at least with a weak one.  Occupants are likely to have respiratory-related illness.

In this post, we focus on precautions for pregnant woman in terms of house missing corners.

FIRST PREGNANCY:  If this is your first pregnancy and know the baby is a boy, make sure the east side of your house is not a missing corner.  East or Zhen direction represents the eldest son.

If this is your first pregnancy and know the baby is a girl, make sure the southeast side of your house is not a missing corner.  Southeast or Xun direction represents the eldest daughter.

If  this is your first pregnancy and do not know the gender of the baby,  make sure the east and southeast side of your house have no missing corners.  

SECOND PREGNANCY:  Second pregnancy is a little bit complicated because you need to consider the gender result of first pregnancy.

If this is your second pregnancy and know the baby is a boy AND previous birth is also a boy, make sure the north side of your house is not a missing corner.  North or Kan direction represents the second or middle son.  If the previous birth is a girl, make sure east side is not missing.

If this is your second pregnancy and know the baby is a girl AND previous birth is a boy, make sure the southeast side of your house is not a missing corner.  If the previous birth is also a girl, make sure south side is not missing.  South or Li direction represents middle daughter.

If you do not know the gender of the second pregnancy, make sure north, east, southeast and south side do not have missing corners.

THIRD PREGNANCY:  If this is your third pregnancy and know the baby is a boy AND previous two births are also boys, make sure the northeast side of your house is not a missing corner.  Northeast or Gen direction represents youngest or third son.  If previous two births are both girls, make sure east side is not missing.

If this is your third pregnancy and know the baby is a girl AND previous two births are boys, make sure the southeast side of your house is not a missing corner.  If previous two births are both girls, make sure west side is not missing.  West or Dui direction represents youngest or .third daughter.

If you do not know the gender of your third pregnancy, make sure north, south, east, west, southeast, and northeast sides are not missing.

If this is your forth pregnancy……  you are too “productive” and probably overworking yourself to death either in bed or at work!

Consult a Feng Shui practitioner or take my “Advanced Visual Form Feng Shui” course for remedies.

Do you want to know:4PS_DVD1_screen1

  • How to avoid the sickness that you are prone to based on your natal chart?
  • The Bazi “DNA” of major illnesses like breast cancer, stomach cancer, lung cancer, uterine cancer and the like?
  • How to identify popular illnesses from a natal chart and predict when the sickness may occur?
  • When major sickness and/or misfortune will likely happen to you (and try to avoid or mitigate the impact)?
  • When to beef up your health and/or life insurance?
  • How to identify major or potential sickness of your potential partners or employees (to help you with marry or hiring decision)?

“Applied Bazi: Sickness Forecasting and Management” course has:

  •  600 case studies (hard to find even in Chinese books/ courses)
  • demonstrations of speed chart reading with visual color charts for easy learning
  • 33 hours interactive HD video (92 video segments, most are 30 minutes or less)
  • Extensive references materials and cheat sheets are provided for rapid learning
  • a reference manual/ a case studies manual (over 750k keystrokes total)
  • software programs

Course objectives:

  1. life/ bucket list planning
  2. health insurance planning
  3. life insurance planning for businesses and individuals
  4. health and sickness monitoring/ managing
  5. some metaphysical cures/ remedies to mitigate the sickness
  6. enhancing reader’s Bazi reading skills
  7. predicting major misfortunes (severe sickness could also mean major misfortunes if sickness does not occur)
  8. a must for TCM and medical professionals to diagnose if a sickness is “pre-heaven” (born with or destiny) or “post-heaven” (environmental and personal choice).

It will take at least 15 days if this course is taught in live seminar and costs US$7000+ in tuition alone, not to mention airfare, hotel costs and lost wages. It is also impossible to cover 600 case studies in a live seminar too.

PRICING INFORMATION

Professional version:   US$1999   (plus shipping)

— with 33 hours video/ 600 case studies/ 2 manuals

Special Introductory price:    US$1499   (offer ends at July 31, 2017)

FOR ORDER: email kenlai88@yahoo.com

PRE-REQUISITES ON THE STUDENT:

  • Has taken at least one basic Bazi course or read a Bazi book
  • Knows how to find the binomial of a date and specific hour (read the manual or use the Mini-bazi Calculator program enclosed)
  • Knows how to calculate daymaster strength or favorable element (yong-shen/ “useful god” of a chart.

For more detailed info like “Table of contents“, DVD menus and video screen captures, click HERE.

Ken Lai

http://isfengshui.blogspot.com

1b4P_health_title_screenAfter 10+ years of working on this project, I  get everything done except creating the DVD menus.  This “monkey” finally will off my back soon.

The first incarnation of this course was “Health and Wealth Bazi“.  It was taught once in Mexico City in 2006.  The “wealth” part was kicked out and concentrated on health and sickness.  Now it has only 10% of it resurfaces in the new course.

This course has:

  • close to 600 case studies (hard to find even in Chinese books/ courses)
  • demonstrations of speed chart reading with visual color charts
  • 32+ hours HD video (92 video segments, most are within 30 minutes or less)
  • a reference manual
  • a case studies manual

Course objectives:

  • life/ bucket list planning
  • health insurance planning
  • life insurance planning for businesses and individuals
  • health and sickness monitoring/ managing
  • some metaphysical cures/ remedies to mitigate the sickness
  • enhancing reader’s Bazi reading skills
  • predicting major misfortunes (severe sickness could also mean major misfortunes if sickness does not occur)

One may “miss” good fortune and still survives but not misfortune.  So knowing when the “big one” may occur may help you survive.

While not everyone of you here is interested in sickness prediction, but the techniques for making predictions for other aspects of life events are similar due to the interchangeable representations of 5-elements and 10 transformation stars (“10 gods“).   You will learn diverse techniques in this course and can easily transfer the learning to other aspects of your Bazi investigation.

How much is this course?   I have not finalized the price yet.  Based on the effort expended, rarity and limited audience,  the final price should be around US$2000.

This course would take 15 days of live seminars and costs US$7000+ before hotel/ airfare and lost wages (or costs you US$100k+ to write your own).

I rarely get excited for what I have done.  This is the rare exception.  I know I may be remembered for this work long after I had gone to heaven (or hell).

Below are the abbreviated “Table of Contents” of the 2 manuals and some screen captures of the videos (click picture to enlarge).

Ken Lai

http://www.kenlaifengshui.com

email:  kenlai88@yahoo.com

 

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八字: 疾病預測管理

APPLIED BAZI: SICKNESS FORECASTING & MANAGEMENT                                            

Reference Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Abbreviated version)

PART I: FUNDAMENTALS & BAZI BASICS …. 

This course assumes you have basic Bazi knowledge. However, you may not be accustom to the terminology used here. The following chapters in this section are used to refresh your Bazi memory and get you familiar with the Bazi terminology used in this course. You may skip this section if you have taken “4-Pillars Bootcamp” course from this school.

  • CHAPTER 1:  BASIC ELEMENTS
  • CHAPTER 2:  HEAVENLY STEMS AND EARTHLY BRANCHES
  • CHAPTER 3:  60 JIA-ZI CALENDAR SYSTEM
  • CHAPTER 4:  4P TERMINOLOGY CONVENTIONS
  • CHAPTER 5:  CONDITIONS FOR STEM/ BRANCH COMBINATIONS AND     TRANSFORMATION
  • CHAPTER 6:  10 TRANSFORMATION STARS
  • CHAPTER 7:  DAY-MASTER STRENGTH

PART II: SICKNESS BAZI FUNDAMENTALS ….

This section shows the basic information in terms of representation of Bazi elements, body parts and sicknesses.

  • CHAPTER  8:  HEALTH AND SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER  9:  STEM & BRANCH REPRESENTATIONS…..
  • CHAPTER 10:  PILLAR LOCATION IN TERMS OF ORGANS & SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 11:  ADVANCED 5-ELEMENTS THEORY

PART III: BAZI APPROACHES TO SICKNESS ….

This section lists different approaches to identify sicknesses

  • CHAPTER 12:  APPROACHES TO READ SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 13:  BAZI FORMULA TO CHECK SICKNESS.….
  • CHAPTER 14:  COMMON SICKNESSES BASED ON EMPIRICAL READINGS…..
  • CHAPTER 15:  5-ELEMENTS APPROACH TO SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 16:  4P STRUCTURE AND SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 17:  FAVORABLE ELEMENTS AND SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 18:  QI-SHA, SHANG-GUAN AND SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 19 : CLASHES, PENALTIES AND COMBINATIONS…..
  • CHAPTER 20:  “CAPPING STEM”, “CHOPPING BRANCH” AND SICKNESS….                          .
  • CHAPTER 21:  EXCESS vs. SHORT AND STRONG vs. WEAK…..
  • CHAPTER 22:  EXTREME STRONG ELEMENTS & SICKNESS– CASES…..
  • CHAPTER 23:  EXTREME WEAK ELEMENTS & SICKNESS– CASES…..
  • CHAPTER 24:  TWO BATTLING ELEMENTS– CASES…..
  • CHAPTER 25:  SYMBOLIC STARS/ SHEN-SHA AND SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 26:  BAZI IDENTIFICATION OF YIN AND YANG SICKNESS…..

PART IV: THEORIES AND QUANTIFICATION ….

This section shows different Bazi theories on sickness, including traditional theory, Blindman School and TCM.  Later section shows two methods attempting to use 2 simple mathematical formula to identify potential sickness in a chart.

  • CHAPTER 27:  SICKNESS CLASSIFICATIONS…..
  • CHAPTER 28:  HEALTHY VS. UNHEALTHY DM …..
  • CHAPTER 29:  OVERVIEW OF COMMON SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 30:  FEMALE BAZI CHARACTERISTICS FOR GYNECOLOGICAL ILLNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 31:  SOME 4P RULES OF SICKNESS AND DISASTERS…..
  • CHAPTER 32:  SURGERY AND BLOOD-SHEDDING…..
  • CHAPTER 33:  HANDICAP AND INJURIES…..
  • CHAPTER 34:  ACCIDENTAL DEATH…..
  • CHAPTER 35:  SUICIDE…..
  • CHAPTER 36:  BAZI THEORIES OF SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 37:  CLASSIC & MODERN BAZI PERSPECTIVES ON SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 38:  “IRON MOUTH” BAZI PREDICTIONS…..
  • CHAPTER 39:  SICKNESS AND DISASTER ACTIVATION DATES….
  • CHAPTER 40:  BLINDMAN BAZI SCHOOL BASIC…..
  • CHAPTER 41:  BLINDMAN APPROACHES TO READ SICKNESS…..
  • CHAPTER 42:  BLINDMAN BAZI: 12 ANNUAL GRAND DUKES…..
  • CHAPTER 43:  TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE & SICKNESS BAZI…..
  • CHAPTER 44:  TCM SICKNESS CLASSIFICATIONS…..
  • CHAPTER 45:  PRE-HEAVEN HEALTH CONDITION CHECKLIST…..
  • CHAPTER 46:  METHOD TO CHECK WHAT YOUR 4P CHART NEEDS…..

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八字: 疾病預測管理

APPLIED BAZI: SICKNESS FORECASTING & MANAGEMENT                                                

Case Studies Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Abbreviated version) 

 NOTE: Sicknesses are arranged in alphabetical order

PART I: CASE STUDIES A TO K

  • CHAPTER 1:  AIDS AND HIV….  9 cases
  • CHAPTER 2:  ASTHMA/ BRONCHITIS…. 9 cases
  • CHAPTER 3: AUTISM….3 cases
  • CHAPTER 4:  BREAST CANCER….24 cases
  • CHAPTER 5:  DEPRESSION….7 cases
  • CHAPTER 6: DERMATOLOGY….. 5 cases :  Skin illnesses         
  • CHAPTER 7: DIABETES….14 cases
  • CHAPTER 8:  EPILEPSY….. 10 cases
  • CHAPTER 9:  GALLBLADDER SICKNESS….. 19 cases:    Gallbladder abscess , Gallstones
  • CHAPTER 10:  HEART DISEASES I….. 20 cases:  Aortoiliac occlusive disease, Brain hemorrhage, Heart hemorrhage, Myocardial infarction, Myocarditis, Rheumatic heart disease    
  • CHAPTER 11 :  HEART DISEASES II….. 43 cases
  • CHAPTER  12 :  HYPERTENSION….. 12 cases:  Arterial Plaque, Atherosclerosis, Hypercoagulation
  • CHAPTER  13:  INFERTILITY, MISCARRIAGE AND ABORTION….. 20 cases:  fallopian tube blockage  (Check Ch. 28 for more gynecological illnesses)
  • CHAPTER  14:  KIDNEY DISEASES….. 27 cases: Toxic nephritis, Uremia, Bladder and kidney stones

PART II: CASE STUDIES L TO Z

  • CHAPTER 15LARGE INTESTINE DISEASES…..14 cases: Anal fistula, Anus cancer, Colon cancer, Constipation, Duodenal ulcer, Hemorrhoids, Hernia, Intestinal cancer
  • CHAPTER 16:  LEUKEMIA….. 10 cases
  • CHAPTER 17:  LIVER SICKNESS….. 22 cases: Cirrhosis, Hepatitis, Icteric liver cancer, Liver Abscess, Liver cancer
  • CHAPTER 18:  LUNG DISEASES….. 33 cases: Chronic pharyngitis, Lung cancer, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Rinocarcinoma (nose cancer)
  • CHAPTER 19:  LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS….. 8 cases
  • CHAPTER 20:  LYMPH SICKNESS….. 13 cases: Lymphatic Cancer
  • CHAPTER 21:  MYOPIA….. 7 cases
  • CHAPTER 22:  OSTEOPATHY (bone diseases) 骨病…..  16 cases:  Ankylosing spondylitis, Arthritis, Chronic rheumatoid arthritis, Herniated lumbar disc, Lumbar disc
  • CHAPTER 23:  RHEUMATISM…. 4 cases
  • CHAPTER 24:  SPLEEN SICKNESS….. 12 cases
  • CHAPTER 25:  STOMACH DISEASES….15 cases: Stomach cancer
  • CHAPTER 26:  UROLOGICAL SYSTEM SICKNESS….14 cases: Enlarged prostate, Prostatitis, Uremia
  • CHAPTER 27:  VENEREAL DISEASES….5 cases: Gonorrhea
  • CHAPTER 28:  UTERINE AND OVARIAN TUMOR AND CANCER….. 29 cases
  • BONUS CHAPTER:  5-ELEMENTS CLASSIFICATIONS…..30 cases