Welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. This is Dougles Chan again.
Today I am going to teach you how to calculate Bazi using Qi Men Dun Jia. Some called it Qimen Destiny.
I am going to use this case study, which is for a person born on June 22, 1971, at 14:17. It doesn’t really matter whether it’s male or female.
In order to see the character of this person, basically, we have to look at where “Wu” is located within the 9 boxes below. So, there is box number 6 and box number 9.
So, what does it mean to have two different boxes?
Box number 6 is the beginning of their lives, probably until 20 – 30 – 40 years old. Then the character will be changed to box number 9. The definition of this timeline is not defined. Some people may be very fast, some people may be very slow. Therefore, we have to look at both of them to have a more holistic approach.
When the person changes in terms of their character, it does not mean that the first set of characters will not be there. It will still be there.
We have “9Earth”, “Injury”, and “Impulse”. Generally speaking, we will talk about the basic characteristics of box number 6.
With “9Earth”, this person probably will not be tall, he or she will be a very simple person. He is not very flowery in this aspect.
With the “Injury” (Shang Men), when he says something, he can hurt people. It means that he can be very direct in terms of approaching people or even commenting on certain things. He will not be someone who gives you a lot of flowery words. So, I know he will be very direct.
Based on the “Impulse”, he is a very rash person. He likes to do things fast. Apparently, because of that, he is easily hurt, whether physically or mentally. Because of being impulsive, life will cause a lot of hurt. At the beginning of his life, probably the first 20 – 30 – 40 years of his life, there are a lot of rusty decisions.
Following that, we move on to box number 9, which indicates that his character begins to change as a result of whatever events occurred.
We have “Serpent”, “Open”, and “Doctor”. Let’s decipher them one by one.
A “Serpent” is somebody who is always worried and always thinking of things that may not happen. This creates a lot of potential sickness and illness. Box number 6 also has an “Injury” which equates to mental illness. So, I can say that if this carries on, if he keeps worrying, he will have mental illness.He may go crazy if it is not controlled.
Next, “Open” means that this person always likes to talk to you, he likes to be carefree, to mix around, and he has a lot of opportunities. So, he is somebody who people love to be with.
Besides, a “Doctor” (Tian Xin) means that this person can be involved in something related to the doctor or health industry.
We have to talk about a “Wu”, which is actually very good within the palace. What does “Wu” mean?
It means that this person is rich or wealthy. This person is also honest, reliable, and can be trusted. In this aspect, we are looking at somebody who is able to do business.
However, let’s decipher who he (or she) is in some of the other aspects of the boxes. If you look at box number 3, we have “Partner” and “Death”.
So, he is located in the fire zone, and metaphysics is located in the wood zone. That means that the wood produces the fire. If he wants to get involved in metaphysics, it is going to bring him great wealth and opportunity. He will create a lot of opportunities and be able to help a lot of people. Hence, in this aspect, he is somebody who can potentially become anybody who wants to learn metaphysics or even Qi Men Dun Jia.
One thing for sure about this guy (or this lady) is that his (or her) box number 9 is located at the very top of all the nine boxes, which means that this person likes to shine, likes to show that he is good and proud. He likes to attend awards, to be prominent in the eyes of the public. Nothing is wrong with it. It is just his character when he is located in that particular box.
Of course, there are other things we can look at and understand, but this is the very surface level of this Qi Men Bazi in how to calculate the Bazi.
Thanks for reading this Qi Men Dun Jia series. My name is Dougles Chan. If you want to learn this Qi Men Dun Jia, let me know.
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