Bazi Analysis using Qi Men Dun Jia

Hi, welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. My name is Dougles Chan.

Today, we will talk about a case study on master analysis using Qi Men Dun Jia, which is generally known as a divination tool. However, apparently, not many people know that this Qi Men Dun Jia can be used for Bazi analysis. I will give you some examples from this case study to show you the powerfulness of this Qi Men Dun Jia and the accuracy it can be.

This is a Qi Men Dun Jia chart that we plot for this person who was born on September 24, 2016, at 14:18.

In these particular 8 boxes, which we call the four pillars. In normal Bazi reading, it is very common, and they use these four pillars to analyze a person’s character or the person’s journey of life, or some people call it fortune-telling.

However, in Qi Men Dun Jia, we not only use these four pillars but we also have these particular 9 boxes, including many different symbols, to decipher the information about a person’s character:

In this case, I will give you a brief overview of how this Qi Men Dun Jia can do a Bazi analysis so precise that it can amaze a lot of people.

What we need to do is to find out where this person is in terms of the personal symbol, which is in the Day stem.

So, the Day stem is the personal symbol of the person who was born on September 24, 2016, at 14:18.

This symbol is “Gui”. In order to find the character of this person, we need to find where “Gui” is in the 9 boxes below. We can see that “Gui” is in box number 2, box number 5, and box 5. (“Gui” in box number 2 is hidden).

So, box number 2 and box number 9 are the person’s character.

The question is, why are there two boxes instead of one?

In box number 2, it represents his age from birth until he is 35 to 40 years old. After 35 to 40 years old, his energy will change to box number 9. Therefore, box number 2 and box number 9 are also boxes describing his character.

This is how the information about the character comes about.

Then, we will actually look at all the symbols to tell what each symbol means. In general, I will just give you an overview.

Let’s look at box number 2

We have: “9Heaven”, “Dispute”, “Destroyer”.

“9Heaven” means a person who has a lot of expectations. He has a high standard for himself and for the rest of the people around him.

“Dispute” can also mean that this person is very good at arguing and creating some dispute within himself.

“Destroyer” means that this person will not be able to focus on one thing for too long. After a while, he will find a good reason to move on to something else. There is no focus in this person’s life, so it will have a lot of changes.

Next, we will move from box number 2 to box number 9, which means the energy changes after 35 to 40 years (plus or minus). It really depends on a lot of other factors:

We have: “Leader”, “Death”, and “Problem”.

“Leader” means that, based on his high standard of achievement and his ability, he is slowly transformed into a person who has more leadership qualities. I would say that this is a potential person who is going to be. But of course, if he wants to go for a job that does not have the ability to change himself, to become a good leader, or if the environment is not able to support him, he may not become a good leader.

“Death” means that this person is very focused and stubborn. It is not easy to change his mind. Once he makes up his mind, he will fix what he wants to do.

A “Problem” star also means that this person may have some affinity related to metaphysics or religious activities.

Generally, we are talking about box number 2 and box number 9. This is a general description of this person. Thanks for reading.