Chinese metaphysics is a pearl of whole wisdom gathered for centuries and even millennia in a row by Chinese masters from carefully observing the environment and the patterns of people’s lives.
Chinese astrology BaZi (or The 4 Pillars of Destiny as it is also known) and Feng Shui are just two of the existing sciences of Chinese metaphysics. In addition to these, there are a number of other valuable sciences, such as Mian Xiang (The Art of Face Recognition), ZeRI (The Art of Selecting Favorable Data), Yi Ching, Zi Wei Dou Shu (Another Form of Chinese Astrology), Qi Men Dun Jia and others.
All these sciences are based on the study of the five elements (metal, water, wood, fire, earth), the study of the 8 trigrams or the study of the concept of yin and yang. There must be a balance between all this. Balance is one of the most important concepts in the study and application of Chinese metaphysics.
Traditional Feng Shui is one of the Chinese metaphysical sciences that studies the patterns of flow and transformation of energy (Qi) on Earth. Therefore, the main feature of this science is to show how man is influenced by the environment.
Since Qi energy is a natural phenomenon that can be neither created nor destroyed, quite similar to Newton’s theory, this Qi energy is rarely generated or obtained through man-made objects such as decorative objects and amulets. When we talk about traditional or classical feng shui, we are essentially referring to a field of knowledge, which studies settlements, directions and time in relation to earth formations, as well as their respective Qi. Qi energy is intangible, however, its effect lasts, penetrates, fills every aspect of our lives. Surprisingly, the energy of Qi forms the epicenter around which the study of Chinese metaphysics revolves.
Therefore, Qi, in short, is a natural force of life, which is conceived, felt, conceived from the interaction of mountains, hills, which are Yin in nature, and waters which are Yang in nature. Qi cannot be created artificially or simulated by man with objects created by him, such as amulets or figurines.
The purpose of feng shui is therefore to identify the favorable sources of Qi energy in the environment, the positioning of a property, even ours, by the way, to receive this energy.
Chinese astrology BaZi is one of the most widely used Chinese astrological systems today. It uses the moment of birth as a reference point for compiling a natal chart composed of 8 Chinese characters, which reveals to a consultant very detailed and precise details about a person’s character and about the important events he will go through.
There is a fundamental difference between Western and Chinese astrology. The Western system takes into account the positions of the planets, the sun and the moon at the time of your birth. So it is a strictly astral method. Because the Chinese system takes into account all types of Qi (heavenly, earthly and human), it is not exclusively astral.
Chinese astrology is a way to help you understand your life and make better decisions.
It has a clear logic and an accuracy that defines human behavior. At the same time, it is one of the most authentic methods of analyzing destiny and an effective tool for revealing the mysteries of life.
This method of analysis is also called “The 4 Pillars of Destiny”.These pillars of destiny analyze our date of birth. Following this analysis we can arrive at a description of our personality, of the career we are attracted to, various aspects related to marriage and couple relationships, as well as the favorable and unfavorable periods in our lives.
All this information can be found on the date of personal birth and can be known from birth. The Chinese believe that the first breath we breathe at birth determines our destiny, and the “4 Pillars of Destiny” is a method of determining the Q received at birth.
Like Feng Shui, this method helps people to improve their health or enhance their career success.
What does Chinese astrology have to do with Feng Shui? Initially, not too many. But these two methods complement each other very well, and a good Feng Shui practitioner adds to his analysis some elements of Chinese astrology. Things like compatibility with others, lucky colors, career and the right environment help to completely change people’s lives.
In conclusion, it is an extremely useful method. It helps us to discover things about our career, marriage and the luck we have in life, as well as clues about our health and the potential problems we may face.
I Ching or the Book of Changes is the oldest classical Chinese text.
The most widespread form today dates back 3,000 years, but the Chinese claim that it was created by the legendary hero Fu Xi, who lived almost 5,000 years ago (2852 BC-2738 BC).
I Ching is analyzed as a philosophical system. Countless scientific papers have been written on it, and specialists in the history of mathematics consider it the oldest record on binary writing. However, it has always been used as a method of divination, which can provide answers to questions that bother us.
I Ching does not change your fate and does not solve your problems. However, it helps you better understand the situation, gives you the confidence to overcome obstacles and teaches you to make good decisions in balance situations that concern the family, health, career or love.
YIN – YANG I Ching is based on the concept of yin-yang, ie the duality female-male, negative-positive, receptive-active, night-day and for computer scientists 0–1. The yin principle is represented by a dashed line and yang, by a continuous line.
From the combination of yin and yang in groups of three, 8 trigrams resulted. Each trigram represents a force of nature, to which a certain symbolism is attached. Trigrams are also used in Feng Shui. The content of this page belongs entirely to Feng Shui Divine Center.
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