January 22, 2014 – Good Feng Shui Day for Noblemen

January 22, 2014
A Good Feng Shui Day For Noblemen
Jan 22 – Date Activation to Bring Helpful People Into Your Life

January 22, 2014 - A good Feng Shui day to bring Noblemen into your life.

January 22, 2014 – Date Activation to Bring Noblemen and Helpful People. Calendar source Joey Yap

It is hard to always go it alone. We all need helpful people in our lives from time to time. Chinese people refer to helpful people as Noblemen. You are considered blessed when Noblemen appear.

January 22 is a good Feng Shui day for Noblemen to come into your life so trigger this to happen between 3:00pm and 5:00pm. The astrological ratings for the day are Stable, Auspicious, Jade Hall and Carriage – all positive features. The Day Stars include Heaven Noble and Yang Noble Stars, which stimulate the presence of Noblemen. The Duke Virtue Combo Star helps neutralize any negative Qi that is causing problems.

How to bring Nobleman into your life?
You activate the Southwest sector of the home between 3-5pm. Stand in the exact center of the home, point a compass to the front of the home. Locate Southwest. It will be between 203°-248°. Use of a floor plan is more accurate. iPhone and iPad have compasses apps. Or, download Joey Yap’s San Yuan iLouPanPro.

Put a tall column of STILL water, 3ft tall by 10″ wide in SW. It is ok if the size is not exact, but somewhere in this range. If your house is larger (2500 Sq Ft) then make it 2x3Ft tall and wide. It does not matter the material. You should also move furniture out, clean the area and move it back. If there is a door there, this is optimum. A window is also good. Put the water either inside or outside in SW1 sector. Outside has a stronger effect. If possible, leave the door and window open for 24 hours. You can remove the water after 2 weeks. Continue reading

2014 Wood Horse Year

Qi Men Dun Jia (QMDJ) 2014 Wood Horse Year Chart. Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics

2014 Wood Horse Year chart courtesy of Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics, Malaysia


As seen through the Qi Men Dun Jia Chart (Mystical Door Hiding Technique)

Above is the Qi Men Dun Jia Chart (QMDJ) for the 2014 Wood Horse Year, which officially begins Feb 4, 2014. February 4th is different from Chinese New Year, which begins on January 31. QMDJ is currently the most advanced Feng Shui system out there and is becoming quite a popular system to use in Feng Shui as the results are quicker and stronger.

QMDJ uses the power of 8 Deities, commonly known as the 8 Immortals in Chinese culture. The Chief Deity is the most powerful and popularly used of the 8 Deities in Qi Men Dun Jia. The Chief Deity for 2014 Wood Horse Year is located in the North sector of the compass and hence, in the North of your home or place of business. It is known to help you prevail over your competitors and greatly increase the possibility of your goals and objectives coming to life.

Some, compare Qi Men Dun Jia to what we know in western culture as the “The Secret” or “Law of Attraction.” However, QMDJ uses the additional power of the universal energies of the 8 Deities. The 8 Deities are compared to Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides in western culture. The Deities stimulate the Asker to manifest his/her goals and objectives and by asking and envisioning what you want.

Each Deity has its own “speciality” for its ability to assist the Asker. The Chief Deity is the one most used as his ability is magnified and he resides over the other 7 Deities. The use of Chief Deity in 2014 Wood Horse Year will trigger the process for making your goals come to life. In 2014 Wood Horse Year, Chief resides in the North.

The way to use the Chief Deity is first know where is your home or Life Palace in your QMDJ chart. It will be one of the compass sectors of North, Northeast, East, Southeast, South, Southwest, West or Northwest. Once you know it, you then watch for months the Chief arrives to your Life Palace. You sit with your back to the Chief when it lands in that palace. You face the opposite direction and Ask for what you want. You can take as long as you want, but really you only need a few seconds or minutes.

The system is more powerful when used in tandem with the months, days and hours when the Chief aligns several times into your Life Palace sector. Each layer concentrates the power of the Chief. Anyone can use the Chief when it lands into your Life Palace. However, if in your personal QMDJ chart, the Chief is your personal Deity, your ability to drive home your dreams is multiplied significantly. Lucky are those individuals.

The other way to use Chief is to watch where it lands in the month, day and hour and put your back to that direction and face opposite and make your Ask. However, it is much more powerful when it arrives in your Life Palace.

The STEPS to Take:
You must be in an Alpha State (calm and meditative) to call in the Deity of request. We call this the Sage Mode. Some people use mediation to get into this state. If you are upset, angry or sad, wait until you feel better as you must be in the “Zone.” You then Ask for what you want. You must use only POSITIVE and strong words in your ask. So the words not, no, don’t, hope, wish, etc should not be used. You must Ask, THEN Feel, Believe and Expect for the wish to come true. Then you must take some action to start the process of reaching your goal.

Below is the month chart for January 2014. It shows the Chief Deity in the Northeast for this month. If Northeast is your Life Palace (as is mine), place your back to the NE, face SW and Ask for what you want. You can use this direction until Feb 3, then the Chief moves to another location.

If your Life Palace is the North, in the months and days the Chief moves to the North, it would bring a 3 layered alignment of the Chief into the North sector, hence magnifying its strength. The Asking at those time, increases the capacity for your request to come to reality.

January 2014 QI Men Dun Jia Chart

January 2014 QI Men Dun Jia Chart

January 2014 Chart courtesy of Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics, Malaysia

Qi Men Dun Jia’s originated from war strategy in Ancient China.

I recently went to Malaysia to train in the Qi Men Dun Jia technique with Joey Yap of Mastery Academy. It was the most fascinating system I have studied to date.

I wish you great prosperity, success, good health and happiness in 2014 Wood Horse Year!

2014 Wood Horse Year

2014 Wood Horse Year

2014 Wood Horse Year


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Chinese Palm and Face Reading

Chinese Palm and Face Reading

Palm Reading is a part Chinese Physiognomy in metaphysical studies: Thank you Jeff Andrews and Teresa Hwang for posting on FB

Chinese Palm Reading and Physiognomy

Meridians are a set of pathways in the body along which vital energy, is said to flow. Massage and pressure to these points can open the flow of energy throughout our bodies, and allow for healing and maintaining a healthy physical, mental and energetic body.

Technique ~
You may use all these techniques in one session, or just one technique, e.g. Pressing, or two techniques, e.g. Rubbing and Pressing.
1. Rubbing: Begin by briskly rubbing your hands (palms) together to warm them up and generate energy (qi) in them. Also rub the back of each hand (including fingers) with the palm of the other hand.
2. Squeezing: Use your thumbpad and outside edge of your index finger to squeeze each finger and thumb on the other hand, one by one, from base to tip. Use firm but not painful pressure. Do this 2-3 times per finger/thumb.
3. Pulling: Use your thumbpad and the outside edge of your index finger to grasp the base of each finger and thumb on the other hand, one by one, then quickly pull down towards the tip while maintaining firm but not painful pressure. Do this 2-3 times per finger/thumb.
4. Pressing: Use the tip of your thumbnail to press and stimulate points on the opposite hand. Use this printable hand reflexology chart to locate common hand pressure points. Apply vertical pressure to each point with your thumbnail (or sometimes your fingernail). Press until you feel no more than a comfortable pain. Hold the pressure and knead the point with very small circular movements. Do this for 1-2 minutes per point.
Repeat 1-2 times a day.Choosing Points for Pressing. Download a copy of the printable hand reflexology chart (see above link) first. All hand pressure points are bilateral, i.e. they’re located on both hands. Generally, you would massage 3 or 4 points (on both hands), 1-2 times a day. Hand pressure points do adapt to stimulation though, so after 7 days stop for 3 or 4 days. If your condition and symptoms persist, continue for another week (or more), OR choose new points to press and rub.

Source ~ chinese-holistic-health-exercises.com


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Feng Shui Office Tips for Your Desk

Unfavorable Desk Positions. Best to move the desk on the right in the top diagram 90 degrees clockwise with a wall behind and door to their left side.

What are Feng Shui office tips for your desk?

Feng Shui has become popularized to apply to all things, expanding its original purpose.  The following is a contemporary adaptation of classical Feng Shui concepts.

The location of the desk and chair are key factors for Feng Shui in the office.  Put your desk in the “Command Position” of the office. There are several layers to the Feng Shui power spot.  Today, we will talk about the desk location and what you see when you look up.

Are you in command of your space?  The first principle is to get the Yin Yang correct.  Have supportive and receptive Yin to your back and right side.  Have energetic and active Yang to your front and left side.  Door on your left is preferable.


The Feng Shui “Command Position” of the office desk is:

  • The spot furthest from the door is the “protected” location.  We perform better if we feel safe and supported at work.  Facing the yang side is positioning yourself to see what’s coming and grab those that are opportunities.
  • Having the grandest view of the entire room.  You can see everything in the room, especially the door.  This is in command of the space.
  • A solid wall behind the chair that gives proper support.  The back is the vulnerable Yin side.  Remember the concept, “I’ve got your back.”  It governs the quality of your relationships and health.  Hang a picture of a solid mountain or one that exudes  confidence, strength and integrity.
  • The door is in clear eye shot.  The door is the Mouth of Qi, where the active Yang energy penetrates.  Facing Yang places you in the optimum position to see, filter through, and capture the opportunities that are in perpetual existence.
  • Having the most active energy to your left while sitting (i.e. the door, window, street, noise, lots of activity or movement).  Entering your desk from the left (while sitting) is best.  This is the Yang side, associated with the active Male energy.  It influences material opportunities, incoming wealth and prosperity.  If you cannot place your desk in this position, place a CD player, TV or water fountain on your left, something that moves, generates activity or makes noise.
  • The right side is the receptive Yin side, associated with Female energy.  It is ideal for the right side (while sitting down) to be supported by a wall. Make it quiet, subdued and less active than the left.  This lends support to the qualities of nurturing, creativity and, personal development.  Place heavy pieces of furniture, earthen objects or a picture of mountains here.
  • In Feng Shui we do not distinguish one side as being better that the other.  They are interdependent and one exists because of the other.  Both are necessary to balance your sense of well-being.
  • The next level.  Learn what your Gua or Life Star # is place your desk in one of your good directions.  To find your gua and good directions go to this link http://bazi.masteryacademy.com/App/Basic/Bazi.aspx.
It is not easy to get all the components working correctly.  Do the best that you can.

All bad desk locations. The best option would be to take the desk in diagram #3 and move it clockwise 90 degrees. This would have a solid wall behind, the door to your active Yang left side and a solid wall to your receptive Yin right side. Never angle yourself into a corner #5. Or, have beams over head #6.

No Nos of the desk position:

  • Sitting with your back to the door is not good.  Your back to Yang energy is an obstructed view, creates obstacles to getting your work done, missed opportunities and increased politicking behind your back.  You are not facing the world that is happening around you.  Instead, you have your back to it.  You inadvertently miss what is happening around you.  If it can’t be helped, try to position the desk so the door is to your side or in your periphery vision.  The last option is to put a mirror in front of you so you can see what is behind you.
  • Do not sit in alignment with a door, two doors or between a door and window.  You end up sitting with yang on both sides of your body.  Over time, you will find your self feeling drained and tired.  This is because humans need a balance of activity and rest.  Constant bombardment of energy will deplete you.  Solutions – Move out of alignment of these configurations. Put a curtain or screen on your right side.  Keep one of the doors closed.
  • Do not sit facing a wall. Over time, you will begin to adapt the psychology of facing blockages and obstacles. Your mind does not work at its peak. You will miss out on opportunities and encounter obstacles in your work. Projects have difficulty getting off the ground and promotions are slow to come by. If it cannot be helped, use a mirror to reflect what is behind you. Try this experiment. Sit with your face to the wall. Look up and notice how it feels. Then turn around and look out. You will see and feel the difference! 

Facing a Wall is not optimum. Click for details.

  • If you cannot move your desk, hang a picture of scenery featuring an open field to symbolize your own personal “bright hall”.  Or hang an image in front of you to symbolize being faced with many opportunities.  This will help counter the negative effects of facing a wall, and will create reason for you to change desk to one with better feng shui.


Bad with window behind. Click for details


  • Do not sit with your back to a window.  This is too Yang and the backside is not supported by needed Yin energy.  Reposition yourself or use a curtain or screen behind you.
  • Sitting in alignment with the door or to too near a door, especially the front door is an unprotected and vulnerable location.  If the office lay-out means you are in that vulnerable spot, try to sit so you can see the door at all times and have a view of people approaching.  Make extra effort to have the necessary support symbols with you to counter the negative effects of such a desk location.  Create the circumstances to move your desk at the next opportunity!
  • Do not position your work desk so you are directly facing someone as it causes confrontational energies to build up between you.  Move your desk or chair to avoid this.
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