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Qi Men Dun Jia
Space and Time Optimization
Qi Men Dun Jia ( 奇门遁甲 ) is an advanced ancient metaphysical secret study reserved almost exclusively for the use by the kings and generals of ancient China . It utilizes the fundamental knowledge in the eight trigrams ( 八卦 ) of the Yijing ( 易经 ) , the twenty-four sub-seasons of the Chinese calendar ( 二十四节气 ) , ten heavenly stems ( 十天干 ) and earthly branches ( 十二 地支 ) , ying yang five elements ( 阴阳五行 ) , Luo Shu Jiu Gong ( 洛书九宫 ) , together with the application of eight doorways ( 八门 ) , nine stars ( 九星 ) , eight gods ( 八神 ) , San Qi ( 三奇 ) and Liu Yi ( 六仪 ) to harness the most optimal Qi ( 气 ) of heaven, earth and man in order to achieve high success rate in specific activity or task at certain time and location.
The word Qi Men Dun Jia literally means Mysterious Doorway Hidden Jia. The technique is known by different names throughout the Chinese history and it was only during the Ming dynasty that was called Qi Men Dun Jia. Some of the Chinese generals and strategists of ancient times such as Han dynasty's Zhang Liang ( 张良 ) (189 BC), Three Kingdom 's Zhu Geliang ( 诸葛亮 ) (181-234), Tang dynasty's Guo Ziyi ( 郭子仪 ) ( 697 – 781 ) and Ming dynasty's Liu Bowen ( 刘伯温 ) have all been applying Qi Men Dun Jia technique with considerable success.
Some of the modern day Qi Men Dun Jia applications include contract negotiations, making marriage proposal, sitting for test or examination, attending job interview, etc.
Qi Men Dun Jia is also sometimes used to supplement other date selection method such as Xuan Kong Da Gua Date Selection ( 玄空大卦择日 ) to increase the chance of success in the activity chosen. It can be applied in a yearly, monthly, daily or bi-hourly manner, with the bi-hourly method being most commonly used.
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