Ze Ri Mastery Module 2 Xuan Kong Da Gua Date Selection – PDFCopy+Audio
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Having undergone Module 1, you should be at least familiar by now with the precepts and theories that enable you to select good dates, for your professional and personal endeavors (Personal Date Selection), as well as for Feng Shui Date Selection. You MUST have strong grounding in the Shen Sha (Auxilary Stars) as taught in Ze Ri Module One in order to use Xuan Kong Da Gua Date Selection effectively.
Module 2 is titled Xuan Kong Da Gua Date Selection. Here, you will learn how to use the 64 Hexagrams conceived by ancient masters, to select auspicious dates, based on other ramifications of Xuan Kong, Yi Jing and Landform Feng Shui. We are going to look at Hexagram formations and relationships between a specific Date, House and Individual.
If you possess at least a basic knowledge of Xuan Kong, you’ll know that its greatest strength perhaps lies in its predictive (or some might even call ’divination’) capabilities. For instance, a Feng Shui master who also possesses a strong grasp of Xuan Kong will be able to just walk into a property; take a look at its surroundings and interior, and immediately tell what is bound to happen to the occupants of the property in the future.sometimes without even having to whip out his or her Luo Pan to take measurements, first!
What do we get, when we integrate Xuan Kong and Ze Ri together?
A powerful tool that (when applied correctly) allow us to ’provoke’ or ’precipitate’ the occurrence of an event at an intended date – to suit our personal capacity in life (as per our BaZi or House), and ensure that the activity carried out on that date meets with maximum success!
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