Posted by Imperial Harvest on 30 June 2023
Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins
Within the Qi Men Dun Jia system, the Stars depicted within the chart embody the prevailing luck that influences an individual’s plans and actions. This intricate system encompasses comprehensive astronomical calculations and various aspects of Chinese metaphysics. These aspects include Yin and Yang (阴阳), the Five Elements (五行), 10 Heavenly Stems (十天干), the Eight Trigrams (八卦), and the 24 Solar Terms (二十四节气). Qi Men Dun Jia enables an accurate selection of optimal times and directions to achieve desired outcomes, providing precise forecasts for unfolding situations.
In our previous article, we explored the profound significance and principles of the Eight Doors within the Qi Men Dun Jia system, which reflects human elements and immediate surroundings. These Eight Doors hold immense importance in predicting outcomes and guiding actions, as the quality of the door directly shapes the potential results of your endeavours.
In this week’s article, we continue our foray into the foundational concepts of Qi Men Dun Jia, exploring the notions and applications of Stars.
Within the Qi Men Dun Jia system, the Stars depicted within the chart embodies the prevailing luck that influences an individual’s plans and actions — unlike the Eight Doors which symbolise an individual’s actions and initiatives. The Stars carry unique characteristics, illustrating the general climate and circumstances to commence your actions.
Within this system, some stars hold a neutral influence, while others bring positive effects or unfavourable implications.
These Stars follow a specific sequence — Wood, Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Metal, Water, Earth — forming what is referred to as the Rotating Palace Qi Men. Understanding each Star’s characteristics and applications in the Qi Men Dun Jia system offers valuable insights into its impact on various aspects of life, allowing individuals to make informed decisions and leverage its potential for success.
The Stars in the Qi Men Dun Jia system are as follows:
Flying Star 1 — Grass Star (天蓬 tiān péng)
The Grass Star, or the Tian Peng Star, holds unique characteristics and diverse applications in the Qi Men Dun Jia system. The Grass Star offers opportunities for quick financial gains and successful outcomes through calculated risks. Understanding the implications of the Grass Star helps individuals navigate financial opportunities wisely and be mindful of potential pitfalls in other areas of life.
Flying Star 2 — Grain Star (天芮 tiān ruì)
One of the least favourable stars, the Grain or Tian Rui Star is associated with illness and a need for caution. It symbolises slow progress, emphasising the importance of recovery, reflection, and rebuilding from a position of strength. As such, taking bold actions may yield limited results.
Flying Star 3 — Destroyer Star (天冲 tiān chōng)
The Destroyer Star, also known as the Tian Chong Star, possesses distinctive traits that shape individuals’ behaviour and abilities. This star is unfavourable for financial matters, it influences deal-making, legal proceedings, sports, and specific business scenarios. The presence of the Destroyer Star signifies potential conflicts and challenges in starting a business, indicating the likelihood of obstacles and opposition along your entrepreneurial journey.
Flying Star 4 — Assistance Star (天辅 tiān fǔ)
The Assistance Star, also known as the Tian Fu Star, brings assistance and support to matters regarding education, new businesses, knowledge gathering, money-related endeavours, and cultured activities.
Flying Star 6 — Heart Star (天心 tiān xīn)
The Tian Xin star, or Heart Star, is powerful and auspicious in Qi Men Dun Jia. It represents authority, prosperity, and effective leadership. The Heart Star is favourable for financial activities, especially investments, guiding sound financial decisions. Additionally, it indicates positive outcomes in medical treatment. Individuals influenced by this star possess natural leadership skills.
Flying Star 7 — Pillar Star (天柱 tiān zhù)
The Pillar, or Tian Zhu Star is considered an unfavourable one due to its argumentative and conflict-driven nature. Avoiding confrontation is crucial to avoid any negative outcomes. Working solitarily and discreetly may be more suitable for individuals influenced by this star.
Flying Star 8 — Ambassador Star (天任 tiān rèn)
The Ambassador Star, known as the Official or Tian Ren Star, is a generally auspicious one in Qi Men Dun Jia. It brings stability and longevity to business, finance and academic pursuits, as well as the establishment of a reliable and trustworthy reputation.
Flying Star 9 — Hero Star (天英 tiān yīng)
The Hero Star represents bold and self-centred energy within the Qi Men Dun Jia system, which prioritises personal satisfaction and self-promotion. This star is beneficial for socializing, networking, and expanding your influence.
Distilling and condensing the art of Qi Men Dun Jia into a convenient and beginner-friendly calendar chart, Master David has created an informative tool that assists you in leveraging favourable circumstances and amplifying your luck to attain greater heights of success and prosperity.
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