Role of Bazi Qimen chart in Bazi Reading


Do you believe in fortune-telling? If yes, then here are the details you are looking for. As we know, the Chinese have the oldest civilization in world history. There is a fortune-teller known as Bazi reading in Chinese culture. It guides us towards the right path in life and helps us in making the right decisions. It is difficult to reach our desired goal without a Bazi calculator. Bazi reading is based on the Bazi Qimen chart, which is divided into four parts. These four parts are the year pillar, month, day, and hour pillars. These are also called 8 characters or 4 pillars reading. These 8 characters are subdivided into 3 pillars which are earthly branches, heavenly branches, and hidden stems.

Bazi Qimen chart depends on astronomical observations and therefore, it is time-dependent. It is a tool used to foresee outcomes and thus helpful in solving challenges and problems. There is a total of 1080 Qi men Dun Jia charts out of which 540 are Yang structure charts and the remaining 540 are Yin structure charts. The Qimen Dun Jia bazi charts provide distinctive formation about man escape, heaven escape, lady jade guarding the door, birds fall into the cave, tiger escape, wind escape, and so on. Qimen bazi strategies have many advantages in a job interview, winning in negotiation, escape from danger, winning a court case, examination and others.

Bazi reading gives us a clear picture of life and a better understanding of ourselves as well as shows information about our personality, career, relationships, wealth, and health. All this information is revealed by using the bazi calculator, which tells us who we are, what is our fortune, luck, and destiny. There are many bazi calculators available online, but the main issue is that it is not read by bazi masters who are experienced in bazi readings.

One important benefit of bazi reading is wealth luck analysis. There is one key point about wealth luck analysis is that it does not give information about only our wealth status, but it is mainly concerned about our financial saving habits, financial planning, our nature towards taking risks, and so on. There are three types of financial settings and these are analyzed by measuring the strengths of these 10 Gods. These include direct wealth, indirect wealth, and rob wealth.

Direct wealth refers to people having a stable income and being cautious in taking risks. People having 40 to 90 percent direct wealth are good at saving money. However, if this percentage varies above or below, this indicates that the person does not care about the safety of money and spends money thoughtlessly. Indirect wealth behaves in the opposite way which means people having a low percentage of indirect wealth are always ready to take risks in investing money. They are generous, humble, and friendly. Rob wealth refers to the people who like to spend money on their friends and throwing parties. These types of people cannot save money, they also lack financial planning. The people with a high percentage of rob wealth are very generous and this leads to excessive credit card debt.