How to read qimen chart

How to read qimen chart- Qimen Divination by Dougles Chan, Qimen Teacher

Link video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkndYzgT_Rk

Welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. My name is Dougles Chan.

Today, I am going to share with you how to read a Qi Men Dun Jia chart easily. A lot of people think that Qi Men Dun Jia is a very difficult metaphysics to learn. Apparently, this is because they are not shown the easiest way and they have to learn many things to make themselves complicated. Today, I am going to teach you the easiest way to do a Qi Men Dun Jia chart in terms of making a prediction.

Before that, we need to understand that Qi Men Dun Jia is not just a divination tool. We can also do other things, like reading a person’s destiny, selecting dates, or doing a Feng Shui audit. From here, I will actually list some of the advantages of this Qi Men Dun Jia. However, today, we are going to talk about divination and forecasting related to how to read the Qi Men chart. It is purely based on divination and forecasting.

This is a particular chart that we have over here:

In order to see a chart, we have to base it on a question. This chart is on October 5, 2021, at 17:53. What happens if somebody asks me whether the business venture can be profitable? I will base on the current time and the current date to plot the chart. This chart is able to give us a specific answer, so the answer is within the nine different boxes over here:

In order to find ways to answer, we need to identify which number is the box of the answer. We have to look at things in a more holistic manner because it is not so straightforward. In this case, to find the answer we will look at the Day stem. So, we take reference to this particular symbol, which is “Ding”:

We need to find where “Ding” is in the night boxes below. It is in box number 1, meaning that the answer is actually located in box number 1 which can tell us whether this business venture is going to be profitable:

In this box, we have “Partner”, “Obstruct”, and “Advisor”. Two of them are red and one is black. We ignore the “Wu” at the bottom, we just look at “Wu” at the top and the 3 symbols. For the genuinely basic, if red the symbol means that it is good, black color means that it is not so good. In this aspect we have two red symbols and one black symbol, meaning that as a general whole, it is not so bad but with some obstacles. What kind of obstacle, we will actually look further later on if there is a need.

The question is: Is the business venture profitable? So, business ventures are always talking about business money. With money, we always have to look at the respective symbol related to money. So, we look at this particular symbol which is called “Life”. In Qi Men Dun Jia, “Life” represents money in terms of profitable business.

Box number 7 is actually the whole relationship of the whole business venture in terms of profitability:

If you look at the element in box number 7, it is the Metal element. How do we know which element is better? If you see that in box number 7, the word below the number is “Dui” with gray color, which is Metal.

If you see the answer (in box number 1), it is actually under the environment of Water. How do I know it is Water? Because it is purple (“Kan” is purple). So, the answer and the profitability is actually in line that means the profit actually produces the answer.

But we also must need to see the business profitability: Is it in line with the person who is the asker? We need to find where the asker is. The asker is actually in the Day stem:

This particular symbol under the Day stem is “Bing”. “Bing” is actually in box number 6:

The element of box number 6 is actually Metal.The word “Qian” below the number is gray, which stands for Metal. The profitability of the business is Metal also. Metal and Metal are actually in harmony. That means they are the same element. It means good. In this aspect, the profitability is good provided you are honest and committed.

At the same time, it is in harmony with the person who is the asker (in box number 6). The answer is that it is not too bad, 60% to 70%, but with some obstacles in front.

Basically, from this chart, we are able to see that a business venture is likely going to be profitable. From there, we can recommend the person to go ahead with the business venture.

This is a simplified version of how to read the Qi Men Dun Jia chart. I hope you understand it. Thanks for reading.

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