Dispute Door 惊门 case study in Qi Men Dun Jia Divination

Welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. This is Dougles Chan and I am Qimen Shifu in Singapore.

Today, we will talk about Jing Men 惊门 (Dispute Door). This is a symbol of Dispute star:

Generally speaking, in the Qimen chart, a red symbol is good and a black one is bad. However, it is not always true. Every symbol symbolizes certain things, which depends on the kind of situation and what the accommodation of every symbol is.

So, we are going to talk about Jing Men 惊门 (Dispute Door).

Basically, it represents a person who is able to talk and become a salesman. In divination, it may also means – surprising.

Today’s case study is about the investment in a retail shop. A customer asked me on December 5, 2019, at 9:04 pm. He got me a call and asked me if it was worth it to invest in a retail shop.

In Qi Men Dun Jia, we have to look at the chart and find where the answer is. In this case, the answer belongs to Hour stem:

This is a Qimen Hour Chart

So, we have to look at the “Ji” (己) symbol and find where “Ji” is. It is in box number 6:

Jing Men in this box represents something which is surprising. There are also other symbols: “Serpent” (螣蛇 – Teng She) and “Bandit” (天蓬星 – Tian Peng). “Bandit” is involved in monetary, cash, or investment activities, which means that you can lose a lot of money.  “Serpent” means that there are a lot of worries. Hence, in box number 6, we have surprises, losing money, and worries.

So, box number 6 is not a very good combo.

The next question is whether this particular retail shop will make a lot of money in terms of profit.

In box number 3, we also have “9Earth” and “Advisor”. As mentioned, if a symbol is red, it will be good. In this box, we have 3 red symbols, so it is very good.

Box number 3 tells me that the profit is good; box number 6 tells me that there are surprises, losing money, and worries. They are really contrasting. Then, we have to look at things more holistically.

Let’s look at the elements (there are 5 elements). In this chart, the elements are in 2 sets: set 1 is boxes 7 and 6; set 2 is boxes 4 and 3.

Set 1 is Metal and set 2 is Wood. In the five-element rule, Metal cuts Wood. It means that if the result is good, Metal (set 1) will cut Wood (set 2 – the result). So, it tells me that the profit of my customer is going to be washed away and it is not very good.

Therefore, in a holistic manner, the entire situation is going to be bad.

After I told the customer that he should not invest in this retail shop, the COVID-19 came in. It was lucky that he did not invest in this shop. Imagine what will happen if he invests in this retail shop, all his money will be lost.

Qi Men Dun Jia is very powerful. It gives us a direction or a compass and tells us what is going to happen.

Thanks for reading. My name is Dougles Chan.