Hi, welcome to Qi Men Dun Jia. My name is Dougles Chan. I am a Qi Men teacher.
Today we have this case study related to Mr. Tan, who is asking whether his interview will be successful. This case is based on February 7, 2012, at 12:33:
What we see over here is the four pillars:
These are 9 boxes called the palace:
We are able to based on this chart and we plot it based on the time and the date that are asked. Based on that, we are able to generate the energy and information of that particular case for Mr. Tan.
How do we see this information?
We need to see where the answer is. The answer is basically a normal situation, which means we have to see the Hour stem. This is Hour stem called “Wu”:
We need to see where “Wu” is in these nine different palaces below. So, “Wu” is in box number 6:
This is the indication of an answer. Of course, that does not mean box number 6 is 100% a definite answer, but it will constitute about 60% to 70%. However, as a whole, we also have to see the other relationship related to the other things.
We need to find the answer first, which is in box number 6. In box number 6, we have: “9Earth”, “Life”, and “Diplomat”. Generally speaking, the words in this box are all red, it would generally signify a very positive indication. This is general, it is not not always the case but as a layman, if you do not know about Qi Men Dun Jia, we can use the color as an indication. These three symbols are good, then it will be very interesting.
Then, we will have to see the relationship with this particular job. So, with the job, we also have to see Kai Men, which is Open Door. It is a symbol of a job. “Open” is in box number 2:
So, box number 2 is actually related to a job. The job with “White Tiger” and “Doctor” means somebody who is helping him and at the same time this particular job is going to be a high position. Mr. Tan never tells me that this is a high position but based on this box, I can see it is a high position. And with this horse, I may suspect that the position may be a very high post overseas. This is the information about the job so box number 2.
If you look very clearly, there is a brown word below the number, which is “Kun”. Brown stands for Earth. So, box number 2 stands for Earth. And we have to know where the asker is. So, with the asker, we have to see the Day stem, which is “Wu”:
“Wu” is in box number 6, which means it also represents Mr. Tan who is the asker. We can see the word below number 6 is “Qian” which is gray. This is actually Metal. So, you have to understand the relationship between Metal and Earth.
In the relationship of the five elements. Earth actually produces Metal. That means the job is actually producing the ask who is Mr. Tan. It is going to be a very good scenario. In this case, we can safely say that the job is producing Mr. Tan. The answer is going to be a good 60% to 70%. That means he is likely going to get a job.
The next thing we have to see is the interviewer. “Advisor” represents the interviewer, which is in box number 8:
If you can see this advisor in box number 8, you have to see the element also. It also stands for Earth. In this case, Earth produces the candidate, who is Mr. Tan. The job also produces him. The answer is also good. I can safely say that in this case study, the person who is Mr. Tan will be able to get the job, which is going to be a high position and, likely, it is going to be an overseas position.
After a few weeks, Mr. Tan actually came back to me and said that he had already gotten the job offer and had signed the contract. So, in this case, we are able to use Qi Men Dun Jia to see and tell the possible answer to a specific question. This is one of the definitions which Qi Men Dun Jia can do. It can be very accurate, depending on the skill of the master. It can be as high as 80% to 90%. Of course, at the end of the day, we also have to take into consideration this human factor. The divination is always a prediction, but if the person does not want to accept the job, even if the company wants to offer it, then the job is not fulfilled because the candidate does not want to take the job.
This is the end of the case study for this Qi Men Dun Jia. Thanks for reading.