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How to Check Your Basic Bazi Chart Characters Using Qi Men Dun Jia – Destiny Reading

Welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. My name is Dougles Chan. I am a Qi Men teacher.

I am going to teach you how to use the Qi Men app to understand your character. From there, you are able to know your basic character in your whole life.

Let us go into one example. This is a Qi Men chart that is derived from a mobile app:

How do we get this mobile app?

I need you to go to this particular app in the play store and type “mqimen”, and then download the app. After that, you can insert the birth date of the time and plot a chart. If you are not familiar with Chinese, there is also an English version. You are able to base it on the information you can see and understand. There are only a few steps you need to understand to read your character. The time that you are going to use is the date of birth, not a Chinese day, but the lunar day above. Do not use the Chinese one; use the one that is in the lunar calendar. From there, you also have to use the birth date on which you were born. Don’t use the birth date that you were registered with this authority. In different countries, there are different variations in terms of certificates about the date and time, so you have to be very precise in your understanding. If you are unsure, check with your parents. I believe they should know.

Let’s go to this particular chart that I have plotted:

The first step is to find which symbol belongs to you. There are 8 boxes. In order to find your box, you have to know where it is. So. you go to this particular box with a day:

Your symbol may be different from this particular example. In this case, I will give an example of a person who was born on September 9, 1992, at 11:56.

So, we have this symbol called “Wu”.

We go further down into the app and see that there are actually 9 boxes over here:

We have to see where “Wu” is. If you notice, there are actually two different boxes. One is box number 3 and the other is box number 7:

What does it mean? Why are there two boxes?

In box number 3, if you see, this “Wu” is at the bottom of the box. When the symbol is at the bottom of the box, it means your character is when you were born until 30 to 40 years old. After 30 to 40 years old, this person will move to box number 7. Your character will be shifted towards box number 7

Every symbol represents certain information. From there, we are able to use the information to understand a person’s character. So, box number 3 is before 40 years old. Box number 7 is after 40 years old. However, you also have to understand that even though the person may be over 40 years old, this person still has certain characteristics of box number 3. It will be less because when the person grows up, due to experience, the working lifestyle, and the things that they learn, their character will change. If you notice that some people, after certain years, their character will change a lot. That is one of the reasons why this thing happens. It gives you a good idea.

Let us decipher this information based on box number 3. Of course, your chart may symbolize different things, so it will be another story. However, I will just use this particular example to showcase the person’s character.

We have a symbol called “Leader”. It symbolizes that this person before 30 to 40 years old will have very good leadership skills and will enjoy being a leader. He is a very outgoing and spontaneous type of person.

Next, we have a “Dispute”. This person is very elegant in terms of speaking, and he is able to speak very well. He can be a very good salesperson. However, because of his ability to speak well, he will create a lot of problems in terms of disputes. There could be some arguments along the way when he is working. In that aspect, we have to understand that this person is a good speaker and a good leader.

However, we also have one particular symbol that is very damaging, which call “Destroyer”. A “destroyer” person character means that this person likes to destroy things. When he creates certain things or when he joins a group, after a while, he will get tired of it. He will not continue for a long time. This kind of person is not consistent. He is quite dangerous to be with because, after a while, if you don’t like certain things or you like certain things, he will like to change them. It is a very negative character.

After 30 to 40 years old, his character will slowly change to box number 7:

We have “White Tiger”, which is called Bai Hu. It means that this person is very fierce. He can be very aggressive. If you want to step onto his tail, he will become very aggressive when you talk about arguments.

“Injury” also symbolizes that the words that he (or she) uses can be very aggressive and can be very hurting, which can hurt a person very easily.

At this point in time, we also have another character called “Impulsive”. It means this person is very rushed in doing things. He will not want to wait, and because of that, he will want to decide now. If you notice, the capacity of this character is not very good. In this aspect, once we identify this person’s basic character, we are able to tell and share with them the things that need to be highlighted. Because you must understand, this character is the inbound character. However, it also depends on the environment that will create these people, because if the environment does not allow them to be very aggressive, they may not be aggressive at all. This is just a symbol of what is going to be. It does not mean that it will be 100%. So, the environment also plays a part. But of course, there is one more part that is very important: self-awareness. If one is able to identify his (or her) own strengths and weaknesses, if he (or she) knows he is very rash and very aggressive, he is able to tone it down rather than go along with his feelings.

Sometimes, when we understand our strengths and weaknesses, we are able to make things even better.

This is the lesson for today regarding the Bazi destiny under Qi Men Dun Jia. Thanks for reading.

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