BaZi and The Story of God

By |June 28th, 2019|

Had to share. While I was (binge) watching the docuseries, The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, on Netflix, I came across an episode on miracles. In that episode, Morgan Freeman explored the idea of miracles across all faiths—Catholics, Jews—and the subject of destiny and luck came up. This revelation brought awareness to the discussion of BaZi […]

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Summer Solstice

By |June 20th, 2019|

Summer solstice (夏至) occurs between June 20 and 23 in the Gregorian Calendar, and marks the longest day of the year (maximum Yang) when the sun has risen higher and higher into the sky, reached its zenith, and rises no more.

From time immemorial, summer solstice has been a significant time of year for many cultures, […]

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Feng Shui History: A Book Review

By |June 8th, 2019|

Feng Shui History: The Story of Classical Feng Shui in China and the West from 221 BC to 2012 AD, by Dr. Stephen Skinner, is a must-read for anyone who is studying, practicing, or curious about Classical Feng Shui. For years, I have been recommending this book to students to complement their studies. Though not […]

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June 2019 Yang Metal Horse Feng Shui & BaZi Update

By |June 3rd, 2019|

June 2019 Yang Metal Horse Feng Shui & BaZi Update

We successfully concluded the 5-day intensive BaZi Training in Los Angeles—and what a great group of ladies! BaZi is definitely not easy to learn, but this band of students demonstrated strong desire and commitment to embrace it so they can use this knowledge to make a […]

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