Qi Men Dun Jia August 24 Good Hour to Use

Qi Men Dun Jia  Good Hour

August 24, 2014, 9-11am will the favored, Flying Bird Falling Into the Cave Formation in QMDJ. This formation brings to you what you want and work for, with ease.

The Favored Flying Bird Falling into the Cave Formation

The Favored Flying Bird Falling into the Cave Formation. Source: Joey Yap 540 Yin Structure Book

 

Source materials – from Joey Yap, Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics

Aug 24th is a Ding Mao/Fire Rabbit Day. It is especially good for those with Yi Mao/Wood Rabbit, Bing Chen/Fire Dragon, or Ren Xu/Water Dog in their
BaZi birth charts. Those with You/Rooster in their charts might not use this day as it clashes on you and the benefits will not be had.

In regular Date Selection, the 9-11am hour is also auspicious. This is the hour of the Snake which is the nobleman hour of Aug 24th.  Using this time will tap into help from people of high caliber to come to you. If the Snake is your personal Nobleman Star, you are doubly blessed. This is true for those who’s BaZi Day Master is Ren or Kui.

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Flying Bird Falling Into the Cave – A favored formation in QMDJ. It is in the North between 9-10:59am.  The Flying Bird formation brings to you what you hope to achieve and with little effort. FBFC is formed when Bing/Yang Fire with Wu/Yang are in the same palace.

As Tortoise deity is there, this would be a good hour to use if you need to mesmerize your audience or customers or to market something. Or, to go “hunting” for clients or customers or for something you want.

Below is the Qi Men Chart of Aug 24, 2014

The Bing/Yang Fire with Wu/Yang Earth in the North palace, is an auspicious sign. If the North is either your Destiny or Current Luck Palace, you will benefit the most from using this hour. For the rest of us, we may still use the hour with great results.

Put your back to North 1 Direction, which is the first 15° of North. You must first get into Sage Mode, a meditative calm state of mind. Ask for what you want to come to you. You must ask, using ONLY positive words. It is helpful to write out what you want ahead of time. You do not have to take a long time to make your request.

Reminder: QMDJ works best when you have done all your basic Feng Shui around the home. For example, placing your bed and work desk in good directions that support you.

In a business deal, here is what the Flying Bird Falling Into the Cave influences:

Flying Bird Falls into the Cave is a Favored formation in QM

Flying Bird Falls into the Cave is a Favored formation in QM. Source: Joey Yap Strategic Execution Book

 

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Source materials – from Joey Yap, Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics

Another Good Choice:

The Southwest is equally good and especially if the SW is your Destiny Palace or Current Luck Palace. Jia is hidden in the SW with Chief, the most powerful deity in the Qi Men Dun Jia System. Chief brings the promise of achieving you goal.

In the SW, Jia/Yang Wood with Yi/Yin Wood in the SW palace is called the Green Dragon Combines Spirit Formation. Put your back to North 1, the first 15° of North. Calm yourself in a comfortable chair and get into Sage Mode. Once you have reached this alpha state, make your request, using only positive words. Green Dragon Combines Spirit is defined below.

GDComb Spirit JiaYi SE

Green Dragon Combines Spirit Formation. Source: Joey Yap Strategic Execution Book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Patricia Lee, Classical Feng Shui Consultant Serving San Francisco Bay Area, California, Washington DC Metro Area, Maryland, Virginia, Greater United States, Global © All Rights Reserved 2014


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