Chinese Metaphysics

Chinese metaphysics encompasses a range of traditional Chinese practices and beliefs related to the understanding of the universe, human existence, and the interconnectedness between the two. It’s deeply rooted in Chinese philosophy, culture, and spirituality. Three key components of Chinese metaphysics are BaZi (also known as Four Pillars of Destiny), Feng Shui, and Qi Men Dun Jia.

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BaZi | 八字

BaZi is a system of Chinese astrology that analyzes a person’s destiny based on their birth date and time. It consists of four pillars, each representing a different aspect of a person’s life: the year, month, day, and hour of birth. These pillars are derived from the Chinese calendar and provide insights into a person’s personality, strengths, weaknesses, and life path. BaZi practitioners use this information to offer guidance on various aspects of life, including career, relationships, health, and wealth..

Qi Men Dun Jia | 奇门遁甲

Qi Men Dun Jia, often abbreviated as QMDJ, is a complex system of divination and strategic planning that originated in ancient China. It involves the use of a special chart called a Qi Men Dun Jia chart, which is based on a combination of astronomical observations and metaphysical principles. Practitioners use this chart to analyze the energy of a situation and make predictions or strategic decisions related to a wide range of endeavors, including warfare, business, and personal matters.

Feng Shui | 风水

Feng Shui is the practice of arranging the environment to harmonize with the natural flow of energy, known as qi. It originated in ancient China and is based on the belief that the arrangement of objects and structures within a space can affect the flow of qi and influence various aspects of life, such as health, wealth, and relationships. Feng Shui practitioners assess the energy of a space and make recommendations for optimizing its flow to promote harmony and balance.

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These practices have been passed down through generations and continue to be widely used in various aspects of Chinese culture, including personal life, business, and governance. While they may seem esoteric to those unfamiliar with Chinese metaphysics, they hold deep cultural significance and are still consulted by many people seeking guidance and insight into their lives and surroundings.