Heavenly Grass

The Heavenly Grass is a Yang Water element Star corresponds to the Kan 1 (North) Palace, traditionally, it is perceived as a malevolent star. Sitting at Kan Gun represents deceitful acts, recklessness and mercilessness. It is generally considered inauspicious because its presence can instigate theft, looting and tyranny – just as its name might suggest.Continue reading “Heavenly Grass”

The 9 Stars in QiMen Chart

In Qi Men Dun Jia we have 9 Stars, they are Heavenly Grass, Heavenly Grain, Heavenly Destructor, Heavenly Assistant, Heavenly Heart, Heavenly Pillar, Heavenly Ambassador, Heavenly Hero and Heavenly Bird. They are are actual the celestial stars that can be observed using a astromonical telescope in the night sky. Stars movements and their relationship withContinue reading “The 9 Stars in QiMen Chart”

Story of 9 Star Creation

Let start with the story that I have learn and the very first version of the story. The names of the stars were given as Heavenly Emperor (Tian Huang 天皇), Purple Subtlety (Zi Wei 紫微), Greedy Wolf (Tan Lang 貪狼), Huge Door (Ju Men 巨門), Rewards Star (Lu Cun 祿存), Literary Arts (Wen Qu 文曲),Continue reading “Story of 9 Star Creation”

Dou Mu 斗姆: Mother of the Dipper Stars

Dou Mu is a goddess in Chinese folk religion and Daoism. In English, her name translates to “Mother of the Great Chariot” (Great Chariot being another name for the Big Dipper). She is known by several other names such as “Primordial Sovereign of the Big Dipper (Dou Mu Yuan Jun 斗母元君) “, and the “GovernorContinue reading “Dou Mu 斗姆: Mother of the Dipper Stars”

Introduction and History of Stars in Qi Men Dun Jia

It is widely accepted that timing plays a large part in a person’s successes and failures. We sometimes say that a person was simply “in the right place at the right time”. If a person comes into contact with the right people and the right conditions, they can take the shortest possible route to fortuneContinue reading “Introduction and History of Stars in Qi Men Dun Jia”

Fu Yin(伏吟) and Fan Yin(反吟) Chart in QiMen

Fu Yin(伏吟) Fu Yin chart is when stem are the same or double. A Pure Fu Yin is when the Star and Door are back in their original position. So what does it mean in destiny reading as compare to forecasting vs strategic execution? Fu Yin in forecasting generally indicates that progress will be slowContinue reading “Fu Yin(伏吟) and Fan Yin(反吟) Chart in QiMen”

Qi Men – The Death Door

Death Door represents death and ageing. It is often associated with negative energy and stagnated Qi. It can have a stifling effect and delay or halt one’s progress and growth. Thus, it is considered an inauspicious Door overall. With that said, death is an essential part of life and the Door fulfils a necessary function. All thingsContinue reading “Qi Men – The Death Door”

Qi Men – The Fear Door

The Fear Door symbolises the presence of fear and suspicion; a force that clouds the mind with anxiety and creates doubt. The Fear Door can cause a great deal of frustration and unease and hamper optimism. It is also associated with arguments and discord. Despite all of this, the Fear Door can produce goodwill. ItsContinue reading “Qi Men – The Fear Door”

Qi Men – The Scenery Door

The Scenery Door represents splendour, beauty and quality. It is associated with outstanding achievement and the act of invention. It also symbolises all that is superficial and things that appear important until they are subjected to scrutiny. Its name is a reference to its position in the South Sector. In ancient times, the South ofContinue reading “Qi Men – The Scenery Door”