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"Applied Bazi: Sickness Forecasting and Management" Special

Do you want to know:

  • 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?
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Sneak Preview: "Applied Bazi: Sickness Forecasting and Management"

After 10+ years of working on this project, I  get everything done except creating the DVD menus.  This “monkey” finally will off my back soon. 983 more words

Ken Lai

Find your personal wealth location based on birthday

Today is your lucky day again!  After reading this post, you will find a more precise way of locating your personal wealth location (PWL) based on your birth day.  426 more words

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Good wealth luck comes with its disadvantages too

Most people wish they have good wealth luck.  But according to yin-yang principle in Chinese metaphysics, positives exist only because negatives also exist.  The “goodies” that come with good wealth luck also accompany with some disadvantages or misfortunes. 483 more words

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How to find your helpful people and directions

In Bazi, there is a symbolic star called “Tian-yi Nobleman” that stands for helpful people available when a person is in trouble or danger.

The calculation of Tian-yi Nobleman requires knowledge of Bazi and construction of a Bazi natal chart.  480 more words

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Enhance your wealth luck with personalized color clothing: Zodiac Animal edition

Color can affect the energy field around us.  There are also energy fields that enhance one’s wealth luck or energy.  This wealth energy is different for each individual based on the year of birth. 385 more words

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Matching door-facing to your Chinese zodiac sign

Matching your Chinese animal sign to the main door of your house will enhance your luck and well-being.  Based on the theory of matching residence and ming-gua (宅命互配),below is the favorable and unfavorable door-facing in terms of animal signs (click table to enlarge): 304 more words

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