What does it mean?
Qi Men Dun Jia Art of war
Art of War takes its origins from the Warring States period. It was used to select the time to attack, and to devise the military strategies to enable the Chinese Emperor to win battles. Over the millennia the system has evolved and has grown in popularity. In modern day it is used for divination, forecasting and for date selection.
Qi Men Dun Jia Art of War is one of the most advanced systems in Chinese metaphysics. The divination is based on the chart’s multiple components such as doors, stars, deities, stem combinations, palaces, their interaction and timeliness. For thousands of years the Art of War has remained one of the most powerful instruments for boosting one’s luck and helping to successfully accomplish business, political and personal goals.
There are many uses for the Tarot cards; divination is only one of them. It can be used for magic, talisman creation, as well as event forecasting.
The traditional Tarot decks consist of 78 cards of which 22 are the Major Arcana and fifty-six are the Minor Arcana. The Minor Arcana cards are numbered from one to ten, belonging to one of four suits (Wands, Swords, Cups, and Pentacles). There are also court cards representing people of different ages, statuses, and genders (Pages, Knights, Queens, and Kings).
Each card has a title and a meaning, varying slightly from pack to pack. The most common decks used today are the Marseilles and the A.E. Waite deck (painted by Pamela Coleman).
Feng Shui translates as Wind Water. It is one of the Chinese Five Arts, which are Martial Arts, Medicine, Divination, Destiny and Physiognomy. Feng Shui assesses living environment in relation to the surrounding natural forms. There are many different schools of Feng Shui.
Most commonly used in the West are Land Form, Compass, Eight Mansions and Flying Star Schools. Some practitioners also use SanHe, SanYuan and Xun Kong Da Gua. Each school has its own merits. Regardless of their differences, all schools derive from the concept of Yin and Yang, Five Elements interactions and the study of Land Forms.
Our Feng Shui assessment always starts with divination, as we take into account the Trinity of Heaven, Man and Earth, known as the 3 Lucks. It is believed, that the Heaven Luck (Destiny) comes first and it is responsible for the 50% of any situation. The Human Luck is responsible for 30%, and only 20% of success is determined by the Earth luck, which is Feng Shui. When the 3 Lucks come together, people or businesses can maximize their potential.
BaZi or Four Pillars of Destiny is a destiny reading system. It is based on the Chinese astrological concept, that a person's destiny or fate can be represented by four pillars, assigned to their birth year, month, day, and hour. Each pillar consists of two characters, representing the Heavenly stem on the top, and an Earthly branch at the bottom. Each of these characters belong to one of the five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water.
The BaZi chart reveals a person’s life potential, opportunities and life purpose. It can show character, inclinations, behaviour, strengths, weaknesses and health concerns. The chart reveals how the person interacts with other people, including their spouse, children, business partners, family members and friends. We can accurately deduct from the BaZi chart upcoming events, both favourable and challenging.
Zi Wei Dou Shu
Zi Wei Dou Shu (Purple Star Astrology) is a fortune-telling art used exclusively by the imperial astrologers for the Chinese Emperor and his family. The secrets of Purple Star Astrology were closely guarded.
It is based on astronomical calculations, in which the Polar star has a special significance. The Polar star is named the Emperor or Purple Star as it symbolizes the ruler of the kingdom, which is represented by twelve palaces.
The divination is based on the relationship between the Emperor Star and other stars, as well as on the interaction between all other elements of the chart. Zi Wei Dou Shu has been used by Feng Shui Masters for the past 1000 years to determine one's destiny, and as a remedial Feng Shui strategy. Zi Wei Dou Shu with its unique Feng Shui philosophy is known as “Personalised Feng Shui”.
Avesta Lunar Astrology
Avesta Lunar Astrology is based on the Persian Lunar calendar. The Moon is our planet’s satellite, and its influences are particularly strong. This calendar is particularly useful for organising projects, so that the lunar cycles are effectively utilised for starting and finishing important tasks. Everything is easier when you go with the flow.