Qi Men Dun Jia Course 23,24,25 February 2013
Qi Men Dun Jia, when it is translated to English, means Wondrous Doors Hiding Jia. Jia (甲) is the leader that we would want to hide. Its application can be dated as far back to the Warring State when it was supposed to be only exclusively used by the emperor’s military strategist during wars to gain an upper hand or even to conquer the enemies based on both astronomical and astrological calculations. The civilians had absolutely no access to the study.
This topic has been regarded as one of the most sophisticated Chinese metaphysics due to its complex model but powerful and almost instantaneous manifestation of results. Qi Men Dun Jia requires the users to have some fundamental understanding on the theories of Feng Shui, Date Selection and Bazi although one does not need to be highly skilled in those areas.
The word “Qi” (奇) here is different from qi (气energy). Qi connotes oddity or strange and Men refers to door in Chinese but to put things in context, it actually means the energy governing human matters and there are 8 different types of Men. By the same token, there are 3 auspicious Qi or stems namely, Yi （乙）, Bing （丙） and Ding （丁）. Besides the Qi and Men, there are also other considering factors before deciding that that is the right timing to proceed in a specific direction to achieve the outcome that you want. For instance, in a Qi Men Dun Jia Chart, we should not overlook the importance of 9 stars, 8 Deities, 6 other stems and how they interact with the palaces. There are a total of 1080 charts or Ju throughout the year to rely on.
Today, Qi Men Dun Jia is predominantly used for the following purposes:
- Avoiding Negative Consequence and Ushering in Desired Outcome (趋避法)
- Date Selection for Feng Shui Activities (usually coupled with Xuan Kong Da Gua Date Selection System)
Each of the above usage is a sub-system of the study of Qi Men Dun Jia and most practitioners today specialize only on one or two of the sub-systems. In fact, for item (ii), it has been perceived as an endangered art since only a few masters know about it. In Chinese, it is known as Xian Tian San Yuan Qi Men Dun Jia （先天三元奇门遁甲）where the Qi Men Chart narrows down to the level of 64 hexagrams. See below diagram.
Our school currently teaches (A) and (B) but 64 Hexagrams San Yuan Qi Men Dun Jia will only be taught under special request.
How does it benefit me?
It is an exceptionally unique and amazing system that combines time and spatial dimensions to help you achieve good luck. Not only does Qi Men Dun Jia tell you the specific auspicious hour to execute the task, it also suggests to you which direction to take so that all the positive energies embrace you when you are heading towards your destination. While you walk, you will also encounter phenomenon that you would have already expected earlier on when you are working on the chart. For instance, say you are walking in the Northwest direction towards the building that you will be having your job interview, you can already foretell that at that specific moment, you will see 2 women quarreling on the street or a child wearing red will walk past. In Qi Men’s term, we call this the manifestation (克应) which in a way implies that living things are governed by the order of universe.
The use of Qi Men Dun Jia is flexible because at every Chinese hour, it will switch to a different chart and prescribe to you the most appropriate direction to take for the desired outcome. This is important especially so when you do not have the liberty to choose the timing for your task. Hence, you then take on certain direction that will enhance your luck.
Besides job interview, you can apply the techniques, although not exhaustive, for the following day-to-day matters:
- Scoring in Examinations
- Court Case
- Sales Pitch
- Seeking Medical Treatment
- Negotiation on Contracts
- Collecting Outstanding Payments from Debtor
- Marriage or Love Proposal
- Escape from Stalker
- Weather Prediction
- Convincing Difficult Client
- Meeting Angel Investor
- Games and Competitions
Course Synopsis: Qi Men Dun Jia (9 Palace 8 Trigrams)
This system of Qi Men Dun Jia can be applied independently for personal activities and the user does not necessary need to be a feng shui practitioners. The primary use is for avoidance of negative consequence and ushering in of desired outcome (趋避法). The plotting of the Qi Men charts and analyses of the events are established based on the 9 palaces and 8 Trigrams (九宫八卦). This is separate from San Yuan Qi Men Date Selection Course that is founded on 64 Hexagrams.
At the end of the course, you will equip yourself with the following knowledge:
- Learn how Qi Men Charts are derived
- Learn to analyse the interactions between Qi, Men, Stems, 9 Stars, 8 Deities and Palaces
- Learn how to pick the auspicious direction at the auspicious timing
- Learn how to predict phenomenon
- Learn how to use Qi Men Dun Jia to strategise your move to achieve desired outcome
- Learn how to use it as a date selection system to complement your flying stars, 8 Mansion and other feng shui systems
- Learn how to use other inauspicious stems to your advantage like Wu, Ji and Geng (戊己庚) based on classics like Du Tian Ba Gua (都天八卦) and Xun Xing Tai Bai Zhi Shu (循行太白之书)
What are the pre-requisites?
Participants are required to have basic knowledge in:
- Bazi or Zi Wei
- Luo Shu
Please email us for course syllabus and details.