Search This Blog

Important Note: There is consultation fee and ritual service charge when You seek help. The consultation fee & service charge are quite expensive and not anybody can afford it, or interested to pay for it. Kindly ask how much is the consultation service and ritual service fee when You seek help.

Email Enquiry:

Duanwu Festival (端午节) - Best Day Of The Year To Create Super Powerful Taoist Talismans

The Duanwu (端午), or Dragon Boat Festival, is one of the most important Chinese traditional festival, which falls on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese lunar calendar.

The common belief is that Duanwu Festival (端午节) is established to commemorate the death of an ancient Chinese poet, Qu Yuan (屈原) , who committed suicide by leaping into the Miluo River (汨羅江). The focus of the celebration involves eating Triangular Shape Dumplings (粽子 - Zong Zi), Dragon Boats Racing, and this is the only information what most people know about the Duanwu Festival (端午节).

The original Taoist Festival of  5th day of  5th Lunar Month, is known as "Di La" (地蜡).


Chapter 37 of Yun Ji Qi Qian (云笈七签) state:- 1st Day of 1st Lunar Month is known as 'Tian La' (天腊), 5th Day Of 5th Lunar Month is known as ' Di La' (地蜡) , 7th day of the 7th lunar month is known as 'Dao De La' (道德腊), 1st day of the 10th lunar month is known as 'Sui la' (岁蜡),8th day of the 12th Lunar Month is known as 'Hou Wang La' (侯王腊).  In these 5  specific days, it is good time for personal caltivation and worship ancestors.

在《道书》中,地蜡成为祭祀祖先和请求赎罪的重要日子:“五月五日为地腊,此日可谢罪,求请移易官爵,祭祀先祖。” 地腊节之名也因此而来

In the 'Tao Shu'(道书) - Book Of Taoism, 'Di La' (地蜡)  stated that it is an important day for the worship of ancestors and the day to request for atonement, thus this is the day of the 'Di La' Festival.


In the scripture of 'Tian Huang Zhi Dao Tai Qing Yu Ce' - stated that Feng Du Bei Yin Tian Di, who is in charged of  ghosts, will check on the ghosts on 5th days of 5th lunar month and used the good and evil of the ghost's relatives as the basis for determining the sin and blessing of the ghost.

From 'Di La' Festival of Taoism to become 'Duan Wu' Festival (端午节) of the commoners.

The main purpose of the 'Di La' Festival ((地蜡节) is for worshipping ancestors. Tracing back to its source, it was originally the ancient primitive worship of ancestors. For a long historical period, Taoism had become the state religion, and its teachings were deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Therefore, the ceremonies of Dila festival on the fifth day of May were integrated into the Dragon Boat Festival customs and became an important part of Chinese Culture.

Why is it called "Duan-Wu Festival" (端午节) and what  is so special about it?

The Duanwu festival falls on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Ancient Chinese arranged numbers according to the Five Elements and 5 is the middle number from 1 to 9. The 5th of the 5th month, containing a double "5" or a double middle number, therefore it is also called the Heavenly Middle Festival (天中节 - Tian Zhong Jie).

In the Traditional Chinese Concept of Time Indication - Shi Er Di Zi (十二地支), the "Wu" Hour (午时) is the middle of day; and so Wu (午) represents midday. Thus the festival is called Right Wu (端午) or Double Wu (重午).

More Details: The ancient Chinese view of the cosmos was based on Yin (阴) yang (阳) Theory. Daylight was the longest on Summer Solstice (夏至 - Xia Zhi) when Yang Energy (阳气 - Yang Qi) reached its apex and all creatures flourished; at the peak moment, Yin Energy (阴气 - Yin Qi) started to germinate within. Xia Zhi (夏至) was in Wu Yue (午月, the wu month) on the Ganzhi Calendar (干支纪历, calendar based on ten Heavenly Stems and twelve Earthly Branches). After the Wei (魏) and Jin (晋) dynasties, numbers gradually replaced Gan-Zhi (干支) to mark dates, and the WU day (午日) in the WU month (午月) became fixed as the 5th day of the 5th month (Of Chinese Lunar Calender). Henceforth, Duanwu festival (端午节) and Xiazhi (夏至) customs began to coalesce.

Most Important Day for Taoist Masters / Sorcerers To Create Talismans

These are the secret practices of Taoism Masters / Sorcerers that most Chinese Folks don't know about...

1) Taoist Talismans (Positive Version - Right Path Talismans) created on 5th Day of 5th Chinese Lunar Month - "Duan-Wu Festival"(端午节) have the highest spiritual power, therefore the talismans drawn on this special day is the most efficacious. Taoist Masters / Sorcerers will take note of this special day to massively draw and empower Taoist Talismans as much as they can.

2) During the "WU" hours (午时) (11am to 1pm) of "Duan-Wu Festival"(端午节), water collected at this time contains the highest Yang Energy (阳气).  The water collected at this time and day is know as Wu Shi Water (午時水 - Wu Shi Shui). Taoist Masters / Sorcerers will collect water from the wells (or any clean lively source - example: streams) at this specific period of time. Upon collecting all these Water, it will be used to mix-with-ink for Talismans’ writing or can also be used as “Spiritual Cleansing Water” for exorcising evils.

Ordinary Folks can also collect "Noon" Water (午時水 - Wu Shi Shui) by themselves. Drinking "Wu Shi" water is very effective to allay heat, cure illness and strengthen the body. Moreover, mixing "Wu Shi" water with medicinal plants for herbal bath is considered to be beneficial to health and personal well-being. There is a Chinese saying, “A sip of Wu Shi water is better than three years of herbal medicine.” (午时水啉一喙,较赢补药食三年).

Other Related Secret Information of Taoist Masters / Sorcerers:
1) 6th Day of 6th Chinese Lunar Month - Door Opening Of Heavenly Palace. This is the best day to do "Luck Changing" Ritual (Improving Good Luck in Wealth and Striking Lottery etc).

2) These particular 4 days of a year which Taoist Masters / Sorcerers CANNOT draw Talismans (Right Path Talismans):
  • 9th Day of 3rd Chinese Lunar Month
  • 2nd Day of 6th Chinese Lunar Month
  • 6th Day of 9th Chinese Lunar Month
  • 2nd Day of 12th Chinese Lunar Month

Video (Chinese) On Duan-Wu Festival

Video (English) On Dragon Boat Festival

Chinese Feng Shui Compass - The Luo Pan (罗盘)

The Luo Pan (罗盘) is the most important tool of a Feng Shui Master (风水师).

To most people, a compass is just a navigational tool to find directions, whereas to a Feng Shui Master, a Luo pan (罗盘) - Chinese Feng Shui Compass, not only tells the directions but also to determine the flow of Qi (气)  of the external landscape  and internal environment (home , office , buildings) for the purpose of harmonizing the human existence  to bring  happiness, abundance and harmony.

The magnetic compass was first invented as a device for divination as early as the Chinese Han Dynasty (since about 206 BC). Earliest records show a spoon shaped compass made of lodestone or magnetite ore, referred to as a “South Pointing Spoon” or Si Nan (司南) dating back to sometime during the Han Dynasty (2nd century BCE to 2nd century CE).

Over the centuries, with new discoveries in land and directional theories by the respective dynasties' Kan Yu (堪舆) Experts (today called Feng Shui Masters), the Si Nan (司南) has been reformed, redefined and altered into Luo Pan (罗盘) for Feng Shui(风水) usage. The Luo Pan (罗盘) have since then became an indispensable tool for the Ancient Chinese Art of Feng Shui.

Important: A Luo Pan needle always points towards the south magnetic pole.

Chinese Feng Shui is generally categorized into San Yuan School (三元派) and San He School (三合派). San Yuan School(三元派) uses San Yuan Luo Pan (三元罗盘) and San He School uses San He Luo Pan (三合罗盘).

The Luo Pan (罗盘) consists of bands of concentric rings arranged around the magnetic needle. Depending on which school or which system the Luo Pan is designed for, the Luo Pan can be made up of as few as 7 (basic rings) to up to a number of  40 concentric rings.

Every ring carries with it a specific theory in the application of Feng Shui. Different Feng Shui systems may have different meanings given to a particular level of a Luo Pan. Depending on which system you advocate, the LuoPan can help the Feng Shui practitioner measure, locate, calculate and even predict the natural earth energies both directional and locational in a particular area.

There are three types of Luo Pan (罗盘) that are most widely used:

The San Yuan Luo Pan (三元罗盘)

The San Yuan Luo Pan (三元罗盘) can be recognized by the presence of the 64 Hexagrams of the Yi Jing. The San Yuan Luo Pan is also generally called the Jiang Pan (蔣盘) (named after the founder of San Yuan Feng Shui, Great Grand Master Jiang Da Hong (蔣大鴻) - Jiang Ping (蒋平) (1616-1714 AD).

The San He Luo Pan(三合罗盘)

The San He Luo Pan (三合罗盘) can be recognized by the presence of 3 distinctive rings of the 24 Mountains. The San He Luo Pan is also commonly known as the Yang Kung Pan (named after the first Grand Master of Feng Shui, Grand Master Yang Yun Song (楊筠松)(834-900) of the Tang Dynasty).

Zhong He Luo Pan (综合罗盘)

Zhung He Luo Pan (综合罗盘) is the combination of the San Yuan Luo Pan (三元罗盘) and the San He Luo Pan (三合罗盘). It is designed for those people who like to advocate both systems of Traditional Feng Shui.

Luo Pan (罗盘) contain hidden information and formulas on the concentric rings

The information on a professional Luo Pan is written in Chinese Characters which cannot easily be translated or explained using English. Essentially, to get professional Feng Shui results, all the information shown on a traditional Luo Pan should be taken into account. Therefore, if You want to train to be a Feng Shui Professional, You have to spend months or a years or 2 to learn and understand the meaning, theory and formulas of the Chinese Characters written on the concentric rings of the Luo Pan (罗盘).

Related Articles:

The Origin, History & Different Schools Of Feng Shui (风水)

Many folks, even the Chinese, who heard of Feng Shui (风水), thought that Feng Shui (风水) is just "Feng Shui (风水)" and there is only one type of Feng Shui (风水).. which is wrong. There are many different schools of Feng Shui (风水).

Whether You are searching high and low for a Feng Shui Master for Feng Shui Audit for Your Home, Business Office or Factory, or You are searching for Feng Shui Knowledge or looking for a Feng Shui Class to learn Feng Shui (风水), it is a must for You to understand the origin, history and different schools of Feng Shui (风水) so that You can make a better decision.

Origin of Feng Shui (风水)

Feng Shui (风水), was originally known as Xiang Di (相地) , meaning "The observation and analysis of the ground". The practice of Xiang Di (相地) helped the Chinese to select the right place for settlement and location of shrines, temples and fertile lands. It is from this time that some of the basic principles of Feng Shui (风水) was developed.

During the Zhou Dynasty (About 1100 - 221 BC)

The pre-classical period of Chinese history, there is evidence from oracle bones and other artifacts that solar and lunar eclipses had been recorded. Constellations were recorded in the Book of Odes (诗经) (9th century BC) and a system of divination called Zhan Bu (占卜) was used to determine the auspiciousness of a site. 'Zhan Bu' deals with the nature of water on a site and underground streams.

It is at this period that the study of the I Ching (易经), He Tu (河图) and Luo Shu (洛书) was popular. Chinese theories on the nature of the Universe such as those elaborate by the Taoists also play a part in shaping the Feng Shui theories. Hence, Yin / Yang (阴阳), trigrams of the Ba Gua (八卦) and the five elements (五行) came to have a place in Feng Shui practice.

The 1st Ancient Chinese Book that wrote about Feng Shui was Qing Nang Jing(青囊经) - The Green Sachet, Author: Huang Shi Gong (黄石公), dated around 220BC.

In the Qin Dynasty (221 to 206 BC)

The concept of Di Mai (地脉) (the arteries and veins of the earth), were studied by the ancient geographers. Di Mai (地脉) refers to the ridges and valleys of mountain ranges.

During the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - 24 AD)

The combined study of geography and astrology, the study of heaven, earth and study of the environment (mountains and water) by taking into account their shape and their direction.

This is well known as Kan Yu (堪舆). More detailed study of the mountain ranges of China was also carried out and this marked the beginning of the term 'Dragon Veins'(龙脉).

For the term Kan Yu (堪舆), "Kan 堪" means "way of heaven (天道)", while "Yu 舆" means "way of earth (地道)". Thus Kanyu means the "study of the heaven and earth". Its foundation is based on He Tu - Luo Su  Drawing (河图洛书). By combining this with 8 trigrams, 5 elements, the way the heaven/earth operates and human factors, it became a theoretic means to carry out divinition of humans and buildings.

The term "Kanyu" can be found in HuaiNanzi 《淮南子》 (Han dynasty source) as follow:


Translated as "Kan is way of heaven, Yu is way of earth".

Ever since KanYu or FengShui was developed by the Ancient Sages it has evolved into many different schools of thoughts (called ‘Pai’ 派 in Chinese).

The Eastern Han Dynasty (25 -220 AD)

It was a time when the study of Feng Shui assumed several forms.

During the time of the Wei - Jin (265–420 AD)

Guo Pu (郭璞) (276-324AD) wrote The Book of Burial (葬书), documented proper burial methods and sites in a book, titled Zhang Shu (葬书). It is in this book that the concept and methodology of Feng (Wind) and Shui (Water) were clearly explained and presented.

During Southern and Northern Dynasties (420–589 AD)

One of the Famous Feng Shui Experts during this period:
Tang Yu Zhi (唐寓之) (? -486AD)

Sui, Tang and the Five Dynasties (581 - 960 AD)

These were three periods when Feng Shui became more scientific and gradually its activities became increasingly differentiated, giving rise to different schools of thought. Using the principles of Feng Shui at a gravesite became common practice and even spread to the peripheries of the empire. During the five dynasties period (907 - 960 A.D.) feng shui practice became differentiated into 'Yinzhai' 阴宅 (residence of the dead) and 'Yangzhai' 阳宅 (residence of the living).

It was only during the Tang Dynasty that Feng Shui was formally taught by Yang Yun Song (楊筠松)(834-900). Fondly known as the "Yang the Saviour of the Poor" (杨救贫), Yang had an excellent grasp of Feng Shui knowledge and imparted it to the common folks. Yang Yun Song (楊筠松) , a librarian from Tang dynasty who has formalized Xingshi Pai  (形式派 ).

During this period, the basic concept of Feng Shui was created, which was called the Huang Di Zhai Jing (黄帝宅经).

Some of the Famous Feng Shui Experts during this period:
  • Qiu Yan Han (丘延翰)
  • Liu Ziang Dong (刘江东) (884 - 972 AD)
  • Si Ma Tou Tuo (司马头陀)
  • Yang Yun Song (楊筠松) (834-900 AD)
  • Ceng Wen Chan (曾文辿) - Ceng Wen Di (曾文迪)(854—916 AD)
  • He Pu (何溥) - He Ling Tong (何令通) (922—1019 AD)
  • Liao Yu (廖瑀) (943-1018 AD)

The Song Dynasty, (960 -1279 AD)

Feng Shui influenced the making of decisions such as building sites, burial sites, and irrigation which in turn has a bearing on the fortune of a family. The importance of feng shui thus began to focus on the external surrounding of a dwelling such as the direction and landform than on the internal environment. This is the time where many taboos regarding the construction of buildings emerged including the popular practice of choosing an auspicious date to lay the foundations of a new building. This is when a certain amount of superstition began to associate with Feng Shui.

There are 3 important events that can be taken at this time, namely:
1) The difference between Feng Shui compass doctrine and form doctrine becomes so real.
2) The use of Feng Shui compass (Luo Pan) more common at this time.
3) The compass doctrine became more popular than form doctrine. In this period its recorded more than 120 kinds of Feng Shui compass doctrine.

Some of the Famous Feng Shui Experts during this period:
  • Wu Jing Luan (吴景峦)
  • Cai Yuan Ding (蔡元定) - Cai Ji Tong (蔡季通) (1135年-1198年)
  • Lai Bu Yi (赖布衣) - Lai Wen Jun (赖文俊) - Lai Feng Gang (赖风冈)

Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368)

Yuan Dynasty was ruled by the Mongols, who are not native Chinese. Chinese culture, including Feng Shui was suppressed. Feng Shui went into a decline.

One Famous Feng Shui Expert during this period:
Wu Zhao Chan Shi (无着禅师) - Wang Ming Zhuo (王名卓)

During the Ming Dynasty, (1368 - 1644 AD) and the Qing Dynasty, (1644 - 1911 AD)

Feng Shui remained popular. Practitioners during the Ming Dynasty were then called Yin-Yang experts. Numerous scholars worked on subjects related to Feng Shui. Construction plans closely adhered to Feng Shui principles. Many techniques of Feng Shui were further developed, including popular methods we have today, among them the "Fei Xing' or "Flying Star Method' 飞星, 'Ba Zhai' or 8 house method 八宅, 'San He' or the 'Triple Combination School' (三合), 'Ming Gua' (名挂) or destiny number school and that based on the Chinese horoscope known as the '4 Pillars Of Destiny' (四柱) and the 'Zhi Wei' or Purple Palace Astrology 紫薇.

Some of the Feng Shui Experts during this period:
  • Liu Ji (刘基) - Liu Bo Wen (刘伯温) - (July 1, 1311 — 16 May 1375)
  • Zhang Jiu Yi (张九仪)
  • Jiang Yao (姜垚)
  • Shen Zhu Reng (沈竹礽) - Shen Shao Xun (沈绍勳) (1849-1906 AD)
  • Ceng Zheng Ping (曾正平) - Ceng Guang Sheng (曾广圣)
  • Mu Jiang Shi (目讲师)
  • Leng Qian (冷谦)
  • Jiang Da Hong (蔣大鴻) - Jiang Ping (蒋平) (1616-1714 AD)
  • Zhang Zhong Shan (章仲山)
  • Ma Tai Qing (马泰青) - Ma Qing E (马清鹗)

The Republic of China Period (民国) &
Founding of the PRC Period To Present

The practice of Feng Shui was made illegal after the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 as the new government determined to eliminate the "four olds", namely the old ideas, old culture, old customs and old habits. Feng Shui continue to be practiced in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asian countries.

While PRC government is still skeptical of this science, Chinese people has spread Feng Shui widely throughout the world. Most of the Oversea Chinese aim to continue the culture and traditions, while others intend to commercialize.

In Taiwan and Hong Kong, the ancient knowledge of Feng Shui for Agricultural Landscape has adapted to modern world and produce new Feng Shui Books for modern architecture and modern days living.

After the 80s, there is a great revival of Feng Shui interest in China. Feng Shui is a part of China's traditional culture, which has never really died out and is gaining popularity in China's affluent coastal cities including Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Even though it is still "illegal" in China, Government Officials and Chinese Tycoons are discreetly seeking Feng Shui Consultation for supernatural shortcuts to wealth and power.

Some of the Modern Feng Shui Experts (Deceased) :
  • Tan Yang Wu (谈养吾)
  • You Xi Yin (尤惜阴) - You Xue Xing (尤雪行)
  • Rong Bai Yun (荣柏云)
  • Kong Zhao Su (孔昭苏)

Today’s contemporary Feng Shui schools can be broadly categorized into two major schools:

1. Li Qi Pai (理氣派) (Qi Management), commonly called Compass School.

2. Xing Shi Pai (形勢派) (Terrain or Topographic School), commonly called Form School.

One highly misconception on the two schools of Feng Shui is one school uses Lup-Pan (罗盘) (Chinese Feng Shui Compass) and the other one doesn't. In fact, all methods and techniques of Feng Shui study Forms and use a Luo Pan (罗盘).

Popular Forms methods - Xing Shi Pai (形势派)
  • Luan Tou Pai (峦头派) - environmental analysis without using a compass
  • Xing Xiang Pai (形象派) - Imaging forms
  • Xingfa Pai (形法派)
Popular Compass methods - Li Qi Pai (理气派)
  • San Yuan Method (三元派) - The uniqueness of San Yuan (三元) is that they place great emphasis on Timing.
  • Dragon Gate Eight Formation (龍門八法)
  • Xuan Kong (玄空) (time and space methods)
  • Xuan Kong Fei Xing (玄空飞星) (Flying Stars methods of time and directions)
  • Xuan Kong Da Gua (玄空大卦) ("Secret Decree" or 64 gua relationships)
  • Xuan Kong Mi Zi (玄空秘旨) (Mysterious Space Secret Decree)
  • Xuan Kong Liu Fa (玄空六法) (Mysterious Space Six Techniques)
  • Zi Bai Jue, (紫白诀) (Purple White Scroll)
  • San He Method, (三合派) (Environmental Analysis Using A Compass) - San He Method, (三合派) have many subjects such as 8 Mansion, San He Water Methods, Yang Gong Feng Shui which uses Landforms heavily and downplay the role of time factor.

Accessing Dragon Methods
  • Ba Zhai (八宅) (Eight Mansions)
  • Yang Gong Feng Shui (杨公风水)
  • Water Methods (河洛水法)
  • Local Embrace
Points To Take Note:

Most major Feng Shui systems, methods and techniques will fall under the main branches and sub-branches of Feng Shui Schools listed above.

Even with this subdivision, it is important to take note that both schools pay attention to Qi flow and Landform - the difference is the emphasis of the techniques, methods and formulas. Generally, San Yuan School (三元派)  focus more on Qi calculation over landforms assessment, whereas San He (三合派) focus more on landforms assessment over Qi assessment.

If You are searching for a Feng Shui Master...

With the above information, You now understand different Feng Shui Masters apply different Feng Shui School Of Thoughts to audit Your Home, Your Business Office or Your Factory. With Zero Knowledge on Feng Shui, You won't know the differences in the different types of Feng Shui Audit available in the market. However, now  at least You know there are different Schools of Feng Shui and You may ask the Feng Shui Master about which School of Feng Shui Method he is applying for the audit / consultation. At the minimum level, You know what is going on.

If You are searching for a Feng Shui Class To Learn Feng Shui...

Previously, You might have thought that Feng Shui is just Feng Shui and You just need to study "Feng Shui" and after studying "Feng Shui", You can start practicing Feng Shui and charge people money for Feng Shui Audit. Now, You know there are so many different Schools of Feng Shui and You are spoiled for choice and don't know which type of Feng Shui to learn.

You may pick one of the Feng Shui School of Thought and start learning and get good at it. Later on, move on to other type of Feng Shui Studies. By mastering one Feng Shui School of Thought, it will be easier for You to learn and master other types Of Feng Shui later.

If You want to be a true Feng Shui Expert, like the ancient Chinese Feng Shui Masters, it is a must to be proficient in Chinese Language, so that You will be able to read the Ancient Chinese Feng Shui Books / Texts to absorb the  full essence of  Feng Shui. It will be good if You can adjust Your heart,mind and soul to Taoist Philosophy as well, so that You can see and sense the surrounding Feng Shui with the special intuitive power of a Taoist Master.

Feng Shui Audit / Consultation and Feng Shui Knowledge in the Western Countries and to the English Educated Chinese..

Feng Shui is an Ancient Chinese Wisdom and Culture. There are altogether few hundred genuine Feng Shui Books / Texts, written in Classical Chinese, by the Ancient Feng Shui Masters, which are not translated into English. There are even more "Feng Shui" Books and "Feng Shui" Magazines written in English by English Educated Feng Shui "Masters".

The reason why Chinese took Feng Shui to the West is about the MONEY - TO MAKE BIG MONEY. The Chinese Feng Shui "Masters", took a bit of Feng Shui Knowledge and then sell to the Western World. After that, the Western Folks, who can't read Chinese, learn a bit about Feng Shui and then BLOW IT UP (Westerners are very good in Blowing Their Own Trumpet) about how good they are in Feng Shui and then both the Chinese Feng Shui "Masters" and the newly trained Western Feng Shui Students -Turn - "Masters" compete one another to lure other Western Folks and English Educated Chinese into Feng Shui Audit / Consultation or get into their Feng Shui Classes / Seminars and this cycle of  Folks learning limited Feng Shui  and then turn into self-proclaimed "Masters" almost immediately, repeats itself.

The problem is modern Feng Shui "Master" Wannabes are more interested in making A Lot Of Money through Feng Shui Audit / Consultation , in which they spend more time in Packaging their Image, Products and Marketing , instead of spend many years to read / learn and absorb the mind of the Ancient Chinese Feng Shui Masters.

In certain Feng Shui Schools, there are Taoist Magic / Sorcery / Talismans involved, which are not taught to the Western Countries. The reasons are most Feng Shui Masters don't know Taoist Sorcery, and also Chinese Feng Shui Masters know that in order to bring Feng Shui to Western Market, they must make Feng Shui look "Scientific" and nothing to do with Religion (Taoism) or Sorcery / Magic. Whether You like it or not, the truth is anything that is related to Ancient Chinese Knowledge and Culture, it will always base in Taoism Philosophy / Thoughts / Science and Religion.

Related Articles:

Supreme Oneness Divination - Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数)

Supreme Oneness Divination - Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) is one of the three highest metaphysical arts (三式) of China, the others being Da Liu Ren (大六壬) and Qi Men Dun Jia (奇门遁甲).

In ancient time,Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) was originally used to predict major change of political events and natural disasters. Later on, Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) has been popularized over the centuries to predict personal fortunes.

Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) analysis is conducted from the Tai Yi Cosmic Board and the array of symbols found therein, with special reference to the position of symbols in specific palaces. Important symbols include the Calculator, the Scholar, Tai Yi and Tai Yi, with the foundation of the 8 trigrams as well as the 64 hexagrams.

A number of spirits rotate around the sixteen palaces of the Tai Yi cosmic board, of which there are 72 cosmic boards for the Yin Dun period of each year, and 72 cosmic boards for the Yang Dun period of the year. The spirits land in different palaces with each configuration of the cosmic board. Each cosmic board contains a number of "counts" or numbers - the Host Count and the Guest Count taking primary importance over the Fixed Count.

Video of Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) Course 1

Video of Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数) Course 2

Video 1 of The Usage Of Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数)

Video 2 of The Usage Of Tai Yi Shen Shu (太乙神数)

More Posts