Table of Contents
Module 1 – The Wisdom in the Classics (1) – Jia and Yi: “BaZi A to Z” (Qiong Tong Bao Jian)
Qiong Tong Bao Jian is another BaZi book recommended as the top 3 classics to read by all the masters. It covers every aspect a DM needs during a specific month. It serves as a “dictionary” for the Useful Gods check in a BaZi. This module covers how DM-Jia and DM-Yi can keep the best status during each of the 12 months. Case Study
Module 2 – The Wisdom in the Classics (2) – Bing and Ding: “BaZi A to Z” (Qiong Tong Bao Jian)
Qiong Tong Bao Jian continues, it covers every aspect Bing-DM and DM-Ding need during each month throughout the year. It serves as a double-check book for the Useful Gods a BaZi should have. Case Study
Module 3 – The Wisdom in the Classics (3) – Wu and Ji: “BaZi A to Z” (Qiong Tong Bao Jian)
The interpretations of Qiong Tong Bao Jian continues – this module covers the best status DM-Wu and DM-Ji can have during each of the 12 months. Case Study
Module 4 – The Wisdom in the Classics (4) – Geng and Xin: “BaZi A to Z” (Qiong Tong Bao Jian)
Qiong Tong Bao Jian – deep level interpretations with real life cases – the best status of the DM-Geng and DM-Xin should have in each of 12 months throughout a year. Case Study
Module 5 — The Wisdom in the Classics (5) – Ren and Gui: “BaZi A to Z” (Qiong Tong Bao Jian)
Qiong Tong Bao Jian – deep level interpretations with real life cases – the best status of the DM-Ren and DM-Gui should have in each of 12 months throughout a year. Case Study
Module 6 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (6): “Di Tian Sui”
Di Tian Sui is the bible of BaZi, but it is very hard to understand, that’s why there is still no English version available. This module interprets Part 1 ~ Part 8, focusing on the features of each Stem and Branch, the difference of Yin and Yang, the impacts of each clash, punishment and combination, etc., gives us principles to identify the good BaZi from the poor, and the warning of the bad situations that lead to big dangers or failures. It’s a must for anyone who wants to reach a higher level in practice. Case Study
Module 7 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (7): “Di Tian Sui”
Di Tian Sui Part 9 ~ 20 are interpreted more in details, such as: Xing and Xiang, Fang and Ju, 8 Regular Ge, Ti and Yong, Ti Gang (month branch) fine-tuned, Source and Flow, Mitigation, Qing Qi (pure) and Zhu Qi (mixed), and many more. They give us the reading principles of a higher level. Case Study
Module 8 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (8): “Di Tian Sui”
Di Tian Sui Part 21 ~ 30 that covers the ways to solve the puzzles of: DO and 7K, Hunting Officer cases, Qing Chi and Zhuo Chi in chart; True and Fake Gods, Follow or Against, Hotness and Coldness, Dryness or Dampness, and more. It’s a must for anyone who wants to become an expert in the BaZi field.
Module 9 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (9): “Di Tian Sui”
Di Tian Sui Part 31 ~ 39 covers: Alliance or Isolation, the reading on Spouse, Children, Parents and Siblings, also on Wealth, Power and Longevity, etc. It’s a must for anyone who wants to become an expert and to get more knowledge in depth. Case Study
Module 10 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (10): “Di Tian Sui” This is the module covers the rest of the important Di Tian Shui originals and interpretations. Such as: Woman and Child, Uplifting Spirit and Low Spirit, Thankful or Hateful; Neutral Element, Fake FTT and Fake Transformation; and distinguish the “King” and “Subordinates”, “Mother and Children” concepts in BaZi; plus additional keys on Health Reading, etc. Case Study
Module 11 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (11): Zi Ping Zhen Quan Essence
Zi Ping Zhen Quan is one of the must-read classical literature. More practical skills are explained in this module on patterns, such as: how does a weak DM handle strong Wealth and Officer? What is the main difference between the stems and the branches in terms of functionality and how do we calculate them separately? What actually determines a BaZi pattern? Why some LPs, even Annual Years can make fundamental changes to some peoples’ lives? What else is important in Yin-Yang calculation? Real Life Cases
Module 12 – The Wisdom in the Classics – (12): Zi Ping Zhen Quan Essence
How to analyze an Annual Year correctly? Why a remote clash can bring good lucks to some people? And why a stem pair between a year and DM can cause troubles? To the final analysis: which one is the key factor that determines the validity of a transformed element in a stem or a branch combination (such as pair, semi-trio and trio)? Why does YY/DD balance also affects one’s career, in addition to the health? How do we correctly interpret YY/DD balance when the key branches or stems are being clashed or locked in combinations? Real Life Cases
Module 13 – 3 Blessing Stars – Tian Yi Gui Ren (TYGR), Tian De Gui Ren (TDGR), Yue De Gui Ren (YDGR) and Beyond
How do we find TYGR, TDGR and YDGR in BaZi? What are the meanings of their functions in BaZi? What do their positions imply? And what are the members that are in pairs with them? What these Benevolent Gods have to do in our real life, etc. Case Study
Module 14 – Intelligence (Wen Cang), Diligence (Hua Gai), Cherry Blossom (Tao Hua) and Widow (Gua Shu)
How do we find another Benevolent God – Weng Cang in a chart? The function of Weng Cang in life, and why people called it Intelligence? Is there another star that indicates the bearer’s learning capability? What is Hua Gai? Why does Tao Hua make some people famous, but Gua Shu single woman? Case Study – Elizabeth Taylor, Yuan Yuan, etc.
Module 15 – Heaven Forgiveness (Tian Se) and Heaven Horse (Yi Ma), Wang Shen and Jie Sha
How do we find Tian Se and Yi Ma in BaZi? The real meanings of these two benevolent Gods in real life. Why some people can become filthy rich or reach high level success with Yi Ma, but the others who carry Yi Ma become poor or sick? Why it is so different when we read Yi Ma in BaZi versus it appears in LPs? How do we find Destruction (Wang Shen) and Hardship (Jie Sha)? What the meaning of them? Case Study
Module 16 – Jin Shen Gui (God of Metal), 3 Rare Gods and 3 Rare Stems
How do we find Jin Shen Gui (God of Metal), 3 Rare Gods and 3 Rare Stems in BaZi? The difference between true and fake Jin Shen Gui and the real meanings of Jin Shen Gui in reading. Under what conditions does a chart with 3 Rare Gods indicate successful life? Why 3 Rare Stems can’t be reliable in predicting good fortunes? Case Study
Module 17 – Kui Gang (Master), Se Er Da Bai (Failure) and More…. How do we find Kui Gang (Master), Se Er Da Bai (Failure), and the other Gods and Ghosts? The real meaning of those stars in life. The difference between man and woman who carries the star, etc. Case Study.
Module 18 – How Do We Solve the Controversial: Tough real life cases with controversial judgements requires experts’ thinking. Get confused? Just make sure to check 5 major aspects that related to pattern, DM, UG, Enemy, Energy Flow and Changes from the BaZi dynamics! Pay special attention to those earth branches, and distinguish their functions towards an elements in “pools” and those in “graves”; both stems and branches can be retained or implemented. And finally, learn how to find clues from one’s past to verify your analysis while reading tough cases. Case Study
Module 19 – My BaZi Proverbs Part 1 (The Best of the Course) First part of the BaZi proverbs I’ve organized and interpreted with the knowledge I have accumulated over the last 50 years, so more secrets are published in this module, representing the best of this course! They provide the answers to the most difficult questions asked by BaZi learners around the world. Now these secrets are given to my students in an easy understanding way, accompanied with cases for demonstrations. They help students to clear away the “clouds” that cover the “sky of truth”.
Module 20 – My BaZi Proverbs Part 2 (The Best of the Course) The rest of the BaZi proverbs I’ve organized with clear interpretations from my over 50 years’ practice are listed in this module – another part of the best in this course! They are the answers to the most difficult questions. Most of them have never been explained or released. Accompanied by sample cases, the principles become easy to understand. They definitely help my students to solve the similar cases in the future. They also improve one’s reading skill quickly, because they are poetic and concise. Try them, your reputation will be increased!