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What is Qi Men Dun Jia?
Qi Men Dun Jia’s purpose is to put you in an optimum position to achieve the results you want in any competitive environment. It is used to forecast and calculate the outcomes of your plans by understanding the use of timing and positive environmental frequencies. It is a bit like using the understanding of weather patterns and the environment to ensure a bumper crop.
Qi Men Dun Jia is the mother system of all Feng Shui systems. QMDJ is used to forecast the likely outcomes of key questions as they stand in current time. Based on the forecast, a QMDJ chart offers options to pursue, to improve the forecasted outcome or to take action to alter an outcome you do not want.
It is compared to the moments when miraculous outcomes of actions and events come to us in the most unexpected ways. While it is not a practice to conjure up magic and miracles, one can experience miraculous results. It cannot be used to cheat Destiny, Fate or Death. But it does allow you to design your own destiny and promote good health. Qi Men Dun Jia works best when you can shift the pattern of your mind’s thinking to see you can create your reality or you can react to it.
What is the Meaning of Qi Men Dun Jia?
The transliterated meaning of Qi Men Dun Jia, is roughly, Mystical Door Hiding Jia or the Mystical Door Hiding Technique. Deconstructed, it means the following:
Qi embraces the enigma of universal cosmic energy interweaved with the mystery and intrigue it brings as it unfolds on the human experience. It is when you experience unreasoned and unseen events that are without explanations which can only be attributed to something miraculous. Qi in this reference is not to be compared to the energy force of Qi we commonly know in Feng Shui.
Men literally translates to door or gate. With ever action we take, we create circumstances where doors will open, while others shut. The question is can we see the doors? And, what door is best to walk through and at what moment? Which ones will bring good fortune? Which ones will bring unfortunate outcomes? QiMen gives us the tool to gauge properly. QMDJ is a tool to give a clinical assessment of the options available.
Dun means to hide or to ‘escape to remain hidden.’ Apple Inc uses strategy when it creates and unveils its products to the world. They, like any successful company, use correct timing, deliberately manipulation of competition and branding. Apple has its ‘state secrets’ that will be shielded from the public. Real ‘secret weapons’ are what makes one victorious. In any endeavor of major importance, we do not reveal all of our cards. It is a game of concealment and modern day war in the business world.
Jia is first of the 10 Heavenly Stems, a foundation of all Chinese metaphysics. The 10 stems reveals the outcomes surrounding any event in life. Jia is first reference point and a coded military term for the General or the Grand Marshal. In contemporary terms, it is the leader who must be shielded to preserve authority and command to ensure victory or success an any endeavor.
How Does Qi Men Dun Jia Work?
“It functions to support a person’s painstaking research and strategy development, to help one choose the exact time and place to put the plans in motion, ensuring success in a large swath of endeavors,” says Dato Joey Yap.
As it was the system used to preserve the rule of the emperor, it can be compared to a militaristic game of chess. The ultimate goal is the defend, protect and conceal the King, while simultaneously advancing the King to conquer the opponent, by putting him in checkmate.
Superior strategy and use of exact timing are the central governing principles of Qi Men Dun Jia. In order to win the battle and the war, the chessboard is the Qi Men chart which reflects the battlefield. The Qi Men chart reveals the power equation of the two sides, offering options for what the best strategy to prevail.
This ancient craft of war is modernized to apply to contemporary conditions. The beauty of Qi Men Dun Jia is it is a stand-alone system that can be learned without knowing BaZi and Feng Shui. Having said that, knowing BaZi and Feng Shui gives you a solid foundation to understand Qi Men Dun Jia more quickly and better.
Where Does Qi Men Dun Jia Come From?
Qi Men Dun Jia is an ancient Chinese Metaphysical system that encompasses being in the right place, at the right time in order to control the outcomes of “luck.” A historic classic, Sun Tzu’s Art of War is based on the fundamentals of Qi Men Dun Jia.
The revival of Qi Men Dun Jia has recently become a popular system of Feng Shui practiced in Asia after China began releasing the old texts. Qi Men Dun Jia has its origins in the Warring States Period of China’s dynasties. It stretches as far back as 3000 years ago. It was war strategy used by the military strategists of emperors and warlords to defeat the enemy. “Its use during Chinese military history was so prolific that it was treated as a state secret until the end of the Qing Dynasty.”
For additional details visit this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Art_of_War
The Victory of Right Timing
The use of Qi Men Dun Jia is to put yourself in the right place, at the right moment to absorb beneficial Qi. It helps you capture the opportunities that introduce themselves and place you in a manageable position over the events that unfold in your life. It helps develop strategy to pursue your objectives. Qi Men Dun Jia taps into the unknown universal energy on a spirit level to integrate its influence into life events.
It is becoming aware of and using all the tools available to put yourself in a Zone of Perfection and increase you ability to succeed at your objectives. QMDJ levels up one’s position on a playing field to enhance the potential for success to achieve happiness and well-being.
It is not totally random as it includes some ability to identify and capture opportune moments in time. It is knowing when to take what action at a precise moment, in the right place so we may reap the rewards. There may be things that we may wish for and we might not expect. We can see them, but they are not quite within our reach. Qi Men Dun Jia allows us to enter the realm of possibility for our dreams.
We may call these miracles as we can’t understand how circumstances could have happened in this way. Many of us have experienced these “miracles”. Qi Men Dun Jia helps you design the situations you want to bring you in reach of your dreams.
Qi Men Dun Jia Feng Shui
A QiMen chart in a feng shui assessment gives you a remote view of any property before visiting the site. It tells you the invisible problems as well as the visible. It can give you a value assessment of the property you want to purchase. It can give a value comparison between numerous properties. A QiMen chart will tell you the best direction to search for a good feng shui property that is suitable to the buyer.
A Qi Men Dun Jia Chart of March 17, 2014
How Do You Use Qi Men Dun Jia?
Qi Men Dun Jia can be used as a forecasting tool to create exceptional results in career, financial decisions, relationships, health, career pursuits, exams or launching important new projects, products or business ventures. It can be used to level up one’s position in any negotiations.
It can be used to reverse unproductive or negative relationships and events in one’s life. It can be used to find lost items. Based on the goal, we can analyze the Qi Men Dun Jia chart that is derived at the moment of the posed question. This allows us to pinpoint a specific, but optimum time to proceed and/or find solutions to problems.
Through centuries of use, adaptation and popularity of Qi Men Dun Jia, it expanded to included other methods of divination like the Yi Qing (IChing), Feng Shui, BaZi (Chinese Astrology) and ZeRi (auspicious Date Selection). Most subsequent systems of Qi Men Dun Jia have no relationship to its original purpose as war strategy. However, Joey Yap has adapted the lessons from history that appropriately apply to modern society creating a unique pool of benefits.
What is Qi Men Dun Jia based Upon?
The transliterated name of Qi Men Dun Jia, “Mystical Door Hiding Jia” evolves around hiding the Jia or Yang Wood. Jia is the first of the 10 Heavenly Stems, the foundation to understanding all Chinese Metaphysics. In war strategy, hiding the Jia was coded military language for hiding the General or Leader to protect him. Similar to a game of chess, QMDJ is about protecting the King while he advances and to defeat and put the adversary into checkmate.
The greatest enemy to Jia is Geng or Yang Metal. These are opposing elements compared to the Axe and giant Oak Tree. the Axe’s intent is to chop down and destroy the tree, which would end its life, thus it becomes the enemy of Jia. The entire system of Qi Men Dun Jia is to protect the “General” from the enemy, to avoid a destructive war, or to position the General in the commanding position so he emerges the victor.
Click here for more information on the 10 Heavenly Stems or 5 Elements as they are popularly known: 5 Elements and their Energy interactions
A Qi Men Dun Jia chart will identify the strengths and weaknesses in the events surrounding any question. The goal is to determine where the optimum points of time are to “strike,” or take action toward you goal, using the strengths to overcome the weaknesses.
Qi Men Dun Jia can be used forecast the probable outcome of events. QMDJ uses a technique to calculate with great accuracy the exact moments to take action. Joey Yap talks about the 8 Doors in Qi Men Dun Jia
Qi Men Du Jia as seen in The Battle of the Red Cliffs, movie by John Woo.
You can watch a theatrical interpretation of Qi Men Dun Jia captured in The Battle of the Red Cliffs produced by John Woo. It is a popular rendition of the battle fought between allied forces of the southern and northern warlords in China. It replicates how military strategist, Zhuge Liang relied on QMDJ to attack a much stronger enemy in a decisive battle.
For historical information on the Battle of the Red Cliffs, see: Battle of the Red Cliffs, historical content (wikepedia)
Qi Men Dun Jia serves as the basis of class Chinese Literature in the Romance of The Three Kingdoms and Sun Tsu’s Art of War Commentaries on the Art of War – Lionel Giles and Free Ebook on Sun Tsu’s Classic, Art of War
The source of the information is this Qi Men Dun Jia blog is from various sources including Master Trainer, Joey Yap of Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics
Qi Men Dun Jia courses by Patricia Lee and Pamila Caparelli | While our material is derived from our learning from Mastery Academy courses and students do purchase books from Joey Yap, this program is not the same and does not represent the contents nor syllabus of Joey Yap’s propriety trademarked and copyrighted program – Qi Men Feng Shui™ and Qi Men Strategic Execution™
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