Qi Men Dun Jia Module 1

Fri, 14 September 2018, 9:30 AM - Mon, 17 September 2018, 5:30 PM [GMT]

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Fri, 14 September 2018, 9:30 AM - Mon, 17 September 2018, 5:30 PM [GMT]

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Seminar Qi Men Dun Jia Module 1 from Feng Shui Research Center
Time: Friday 14th September 2018 – Monday 17th September 2018 (9.30am-6pm each day)
Price: £998 for 4 days including course materials and refreshments for morning and afternoon breaks.
Early Bird: £898 if you pay the full amount by Wednesday 15th August. Register with a deposit of £100 to secure your early bird price and pay in installments between now and 15th August 2018.

This course is for you if you have studied Feng Shui and you want to take your practice to the next level. After you learn Qi Men Dun Jia you can use it to do readings about situations in your own life and get a clear view of the choices you can make. With Qi Men Dun Jia you offer your clients additional advisory services for decision-making. 

 

If you love I-Ching, you'll love the more advanced divination skills of Qi Men Dun Jia.

 

What is Qi Men Dun Jia? It's another method of tapping into the universe to get an answer. The I-Ching is an oracle that speaks to you in hexagrams with yin and yang lines. Qi Men Dun Jia is a more powerful oracle that speaks to you with a chart of nine stars, eight doors, the nine spirits.

 

Why learn Qi Men Dun Jia? Feng Shui and the I-Ching are wonderful and you need to know either Feng Shui or I-Ching to learn Qi Men Dun Jia. 

In Qi Men Dun Jia, the stars, doors and spirits give you a lot more detail for a reading. It's like watching a movie full of colourful characters and you get to see how and when each character arrives on the scene. 

 

Qi Men Dun Jia is fantastic for getting answers:

 

1. Wealth - business dealings, buying property, making investments 

2. Romance - love and marriage

3. Happiness - destiny and fate

4. Career - Job seeking and promotion

5. Finding lost or stolen properties, or missing people

6. Well-being - health and sickness 

7. Finding missing people 

8. Resolving litigation

9. Detective skills - solving crimes

 

10. Weather forecast

What is Qi Men Dun Jia?

 

Qi Men Dun Jia is one of the three most powerful oracles (San Shi)--Tai Yi, Qi Men Dun Jia and Da Liu Ren. Tai Yi is associated with heaven aspect and was used to divine the big events that happen with countries, war, natural disasters, etc. Qi Men is associated with the earth aspect; it was used for battle field situations and particularly suited for military action and strategies. Liu Ren is associated with the man aspect and is most suited for divining activities in human society level.

Qi means mysterious or strange. Men means door or gate. Dun means hiding or hidden, and Jia is the leader of the ten stems, which is the most important focus in this method.

San Shi originated from very ancient times in China and are the ancestors for the later derived divination, life reading or Feng Shui systems, such as Four Pillars, Wen Wang Gua divination, and Flying Stars systems. In old times, scholars attended imperial exams must master these methods. And Qi Men Dun Jia, being the methods particularly applicable to war fare in the battle fields, was considered the crown jewel of all divination methods. 

 

What can Qi Men Dun Jia be used for?

 

Qi Men Dun Jia can be used in all areas of our modern life. Such as in business, borrowing and lending money, trading, debt collection, buying and selling; love and marriage, sickness and medicine, job seeking, promotion, lost or stolen properties, litigation, solving crimes, weather forecasting, and even games and Feng Shui. 

 

Qi Men Dun Jia, in addition of providing rich and detailed information in divination, it also provides a way to plan strategies that can lead to more satisfactory outcomes. It is why it was used by the most capable of military strategists in the Chinese history to great advantage.

 

Hit interested and we’ll contact you to arrange enrolment.

 

What will you learn in this seminar?

 

This course starts from the Xian Tian and Hou Tian Ba Gua which form the principal model of Qi Men Dun Jia. We will then discuss stems and branches and Jie-Qi. From this foundation, students will learn about charting the turning Qi Men chart and choosing the correct chart according to the most common method – Chai Bu Fa. 

 

The most common Yong Shen representations of the nine stars, eight doors, the nine spirits and the stems and branches will be discussed in some detail. 

 

The principal methods of interpreting QMDJ charts are introduced. They include

1. concepts of Host and Guest

2. timeliness

3. Interaction between palaces – the horizontal view

4. Interactions within a palace – the vertical view

5. Inside/Outside palaces – zoom-in and zoom-out

6. Ups and Downs

 

Methods of interpreting the charts are taught on various subject matters. They include the following subjects:

1. seeking wealth though business dealings 

a. buying and selling products or properties 

b. lending or borrowing money 

c. debt collection

2. love and marriage

3. destiny and fate

4. Job seeking and promotion

5. lost or stolen properties

6. health and sickness 

7. missing people 

8. litigation

9. solving crimes

10. Weather forecast

11. games

12. A method of divining about Feng Shui will also be taught

 

 

Part of the seminar will be taught through live examples to help the students to gain some experience on charts interpretation. You are encouraged to bring real life questions to the seminar for practice.

 

 

 

 


What is Qi Men Dun Jia?

Qi Men Dun Jia is one of the three most powerful oracles (San Shi)--Tai Yi, Qi Men Dun Jia and Da Liu Ren. Tai Yi is associated with heaven aspect and was used to divine the big events that happen in countries, war, natural disasters, etc. Qi Men is associated with the earth aspect; it was used for battlefield situations and particularly suited for military action and strategies. Liu Ren is associated with the man aspect and is most suited for divining activities in human society level.
Qi means mysterious or strange. Men means door or gate. Dun means hiding or hidden, and Jia is the leader of the ten stems, which is the most important focus in this method.
San Shi originated from very ancient times in China and are the ancestors for the later derived divination, life reading or Feng Shui systems, such as Four Pillars, Wen Wang Gua divination, and Flying Stars systems. In old times, scholars attended imperial exams must master these methods. And Qi Men Dun Jia, being the methods particularly applicable to warfare in the battlefields, was considered the crown jewel of all divination methods. 

What can Qi Men Dun Jia be used for?

Qi Men Dun Jia can be used in all areas of our modern life. Such as in business, borrowing and lending money, trading, debt collection, buying and selling; love and marriage, sickness and medicine, job seeking, promotion, lost or stolen properties, litigation, solving crimes, weather forecasting, and even games and Feng Shui. 

Qi Men Dun Jia, in addition to providing rich and detailed information in divination, it also provides a way to plan strategies that can lead to more satisfactory outcomes. It is why it was used by the most capable of military strategists in the Chinese history to great advantage.


What will you learn in this seminar?

This course starts with the Xian Tian and Hou Tian Ba Gua which form the principal model of Qi Men Dun Jia. We will then discuss stems and branches and Jie-Qi. From this foundation, students will learn about charting the turning Qi Men chart and choosing the correct chart according to the most common method – Chai Bu Fa. 

The most common Yong Shen representations of the nine stars, eight doors, the nine spirits and the stems and branches will be discussed in some detail. 

The principal methods of interpreting QMDJ charts are introduced. They include
1. concepts of Host and Guest
2. timeliness
3. Interaction between palaces – the horizontal view
4. Interactions within a palace – the vertical view
5. Inside/Outside palaces – zoom-in and zoom-out
6. Ups and Downs

Methods of interpreting the charts are taught on various subject matters. They include the following subjects:
1. seeking wealth though business dealings 
a. buying and selling products or properties 
b. lending or borrowing money 
c. debt collection
2. love and marriage
3. destiny and fate
4. Job seeking and promotion
5. lost or stolen properties
6. health and sickness 
7. missing people 
8. litigation
9. solving crimes
10. Weather forecast
11. games
12. A method of divining about Feng Shui will also be taught

Part of the seminar will be taught through live examples to help the students to gain some experience on charts interpretation. You are encouraged to bring real life questions to the seminar for practice.


Hit interested and we’ll contact you to arrange enrolment.

– Four day workshop

This 4 day seminar is the first of a series which presents one of the most ancient and fascinating topic in Chinese metaphysics: Qi Men Dun Jia. The historical background will be offered as well as some biography about the most renowned masters in the past who used this art. QMDJ was designed mainly to match battlefield situations but has a lot to offer in today’s world. In this first session, we will introduce the building blocks that make up its integrated structure. We will touch on some of the most known areas of application and discuss some practical examples to demonstrate the richness of this method.

Qi Men Dun Jia Course Syllabus (level 1, four days)

Entry Door
• Ancestral monument honoring the masters of QMDJ
• Song of the Old Fisherman (?????)
• Definition of Qi Men Dun Jia
• San Shi
• The Legend and the History
• QMDJ in Modern Times
Foundational Knowledge
• Introduction
• Tai Ji
• Yin and Yang
• He Tu and Luo Shu
• Xian Tian Ba Gua
• Hou Tian Ba Gua
• Heavenly Stems
• Earthly Branches

Charting 01
o 60 JiaZi
o 3 Wonders, Six Emblems
o QMDJ Pan structure
o The Story of the Jia
o 12 Stages of Life
o Yang Dun and Yin Dun
o 24 Jie-Qi
o Three cycles
o Determination of the Ju
o Chai Bu ??, Mao Shan ??, Zhi Run ??

Charting 02
o Three Wonders and Six Emblems 
o Liang Tian Che ???
o Plotting the chart
o Three Wonders and Six Emblems 
o Zhi Fu and Zhi Shi
o Nine Stars
o Eight Doors
o Eight Spirits
o Yang Dun charting
o Yin Dun charting
Yong Shen
o Focus (Yong Shen)
o Example of Self Analysis
o Example of Lost Properties
Timeliness and Location
o 8 palaces
o Inner and Outer
o Eight Doors, Nine Stars, Eight Spirits

Selecting a chart
o Past, present and future
o Synchronicity
o Wai Ying ?? 

Interpretation Technique
o Horizontal View, 
o Vertical View, 
o Zoom In/Zoom Out
o Ups and Down

Love and Marriage
o Yong Shen in love and relationship
o Yong Shen for marriage
o Guidelines about relationship and marriage
o Case studies on relationship and marriage
Health and sickness
o Yong Shen for health and sickness
o Guidelines 
o Case studies


Case Studies
o Context & Focus Discussion
o A mother’s case
o Finding a document
o Japan Earthquake
o Relationship case
o New Business case
o When will the payment come?
o Job Interview
o Sickness of a friend
o One chart for two offices

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