Table of Contents

Module 1 – Stems, Branches and Binomials, and the Plotting of a BaZi
The Five Elements and movements, Yin and Yang concept; the characteristics of each stem and branch; what’s a binomial? How to use free software to make comprehensive and accurate charts. The characteristics of 10 Heavenly Stems and 12 Earthly Branches; introducing more balance concepts in BaZi – such as hot and cold, dry and dampness – their correlations to the success in life, as well as to the health conditions and life-threatening dangers one may have. Case Study

Module 2 – The Interactions among Stems and Branches
In stems: 5 pairs; and in branches: 6 pairs, 4 + 4 trios, 8 semi-trios, 6 clashes, 3 punishments + 4 self-punishments and Earth Quartet – their strict conditions to qualify for the energy transformation, and their energy impacts to the Day Master and other elements in BaZi; plus their significant meaning that can’t be neglected.  Many Samples for Study

Module 3 – Energies Impacts among Stems and Branches
6 Branch Harm pairs; stem and branch energy analysis – the 4 essential factors that should always bear on our minds during calculating. Using Ten Gods’ name to categorize every element’s environmental condition into Group A (supportive) and Group B (destructive), and check their locations to determine their functions in BaZi. Recognize 10 Regular Gods and their meaning in the real life. Samples for Study

Module 4 – Day Master Energy Calculation in General and Patterns
Day Master (DM) energy calculation in detail: the definition of “root”; why the” V” spots and the day branch are more important than the others? Why the “Tian Gen” spot branch works like a CEO? The definition of the “True Gods”? What does a “Ge” (pattern) mean? What are the steps to identify the patterns?

Module 5 – The 12 Energy Stages                                                                                                                              The 12 Energy Stages for DM and other stems; basic five levels of DM strength: 1) extremely weak, 2) slightly weak ~ very weak, 3) keep balanced, 4) slightly strong ~ very strong, and 5) extremely strong; understand charts that can keep the balance, and charts that simply can’t. Case Study

Module 6 – The Invisible Gods (IG)
What is an IG? 3 ways to figure out the IGs. What are the qualified and disqualified IGs? Can two qualified pillars make an IG with space in between? Can LP or visiting Year make IGs with the pillars in BaZi? Why the magic function that an IG carry can supersede the function that a regular God has? Case Study

Module 7 – Eight Regular Patterns (Part One)
Direct and Indirect Officer Pattern, Direct and Indirect Resource Pattern: qualified or not? Their functions in BaZi, and their meaning in real life. Why solid Officer Pattern doesn’t necessarily indicate one can achieve leadership positions? Many Case for Study

Module 8 – Eight Regular Patterns (Part Two)
Direct and Indirect Wealth Pattern, Eating God and Hurting Officer Pattern: qualified or not? Their functions in BaZi, and their meaning in real life. Why people with strong Wealth element in BaZi still lose money? Many Real Life Cases

Module 9 – The Useful Gods – the “Fountain” of Life
The definition of Useful Gods; how do they affect one’s life? Where can you find them?  Why their status can reveal one’s lifetime achievements? What’s the skill to identify 8 regular patterns’ Useful Gods? What is a Helpful God? What are the Enemies to UG and HG? Case Study

Module 10 – Dominance Pattern                                                                                                                           This module discusses: how are the dominance patterns formed? How to define their Useful Gods and Enemies? What happens if the elements in a luck cycle go in the opposite directions? A special skill is needed in reading those charts. Case Study

Module 11 – Follow The Trend (FTT) Pattern                                                                                                                                 Here we talk about how are the absolute and conditional FTT formed? How to find their Useful Gods and Enemies? What happens if a follower-element suddenly gets big? A different skill is required in reading those charts. Case Study

Module 12 – The Luck Pillars (LP): the Dynamic Picture of Life
How to plot luck cycles and how to evaluate luck cycles? Why there is a saying: “It’s more important to have a good luck cycle than to have a good chart”?  How to identify good, neutral and bad luck cycles? How to detect the YY/DD “extremes” that may lead to serious health issues. Case Study

Module 13– Luck Pillar (LP) Fine-Tuned
Why there is a huge difference between a “fire horse” and a “water horse” Luck Pillar? How do we read luck pillars that contain multiple but conflicting energies? How can the four pillars in BaZi tell us age-related information? How to read the luck pillars more accurately? Case Study

Module 14 – Year Reading (Part One)
Correct ways to analyze energy interactions among the Annual Year and the Luck Cycle. Watch out the “red lights” that mean dangers. Such as: if the Annual Year stem supports the enemy in BaZi, where can you find the remedies? What if an Annual Year branch damages a branch root in BaZi that belongs to the DM or an UG? And what happens if a Harmony Pair between the Annual Year and BaZi that hurts or takes away an UG in BaZi? Case Study

Module 15 – Year Reading (Part Two)
This module includes the principles in the Annual Year reading of family relationships, work/job status, income condition, big events on the way, and health status, etc. What are the “double-effects” signs while having a zoomed-out picture by adding in the Luck Cycles with the Annual Years? Case Study

Module 16 – Reading on Health Condition; Secret Codes that Can Detect Potential Health Issues and Accidents during One’s Life
This module reveals one’s natal health status, vulnerable organs and systems in the body; also reveals the secrets that indicate potential diseases (or accidents) during one’s life; correct ways to prepare and/or to combat bad lucks and/or bad years are also recommended. The principles of reading on health from the classic literature “Di Tian Sui” has also been interpreted for an easy understanding.  Case Study

Module 17 – What Are the Root Causes for Heart Disease, Cancer and Diabetes?                                                                                                                            5 real life cases reveal the root causes to the diseases those people have, which give us warnings to watching the overwhelmed and/or the missing elements in BaZi charts. Also let us pay attention to the YY/DD ratio and the much more…. The correlations between the elements and the systems or organs in the body can help us to find the clues of the root causes for the other diseases.

Module 18 – Soul Chamber and Special Energy Calculations
Soul Chamber, also called Life Chamber or Ming Gong; how does Soul Chamber increase good lucks for a person? How do we inspect home Feng Shui using this Soul Chamber? Identify Energies that Looks Strong, but Weak, or Vice Versa; and the adverse effects of Officers and Resources under special conditions; many example cases are used for demonstration

Module 19 – Personal Feng Shui Tips and Methods That Can Reverse Bad Lucks and Invite Good Fortune in Life (Part -1)
The ultimate secret is revealed here: Benevolent energies can be obtained from personalized Feng Shui tips, in addition to Ba Zai and Flying Stars approaches. Convenient ways to get benevolent energies from the people one contacts, and from the lucky items, including furniture, decoration, personal items and images, etc. Case Study

Module 20 – Personal Feng Shui Tips and Methods That Can Reverse Bad Lucks and Invite Good Fortune in Life (Part -2)
More secrets are revealed in this final module: Benevolent energies can be obtained or created by oneself, which includes meditation, exercises, spiritual nourishment, teas, herbs and foods that fit one’s BaZi Luck Cycles, Years, and body type. A deep level of natural healing for preventive purpose is introduced. Case Study