Welcome To My Case Studies Blog: Here’s What You Need To Know

Posted On Last updated May 19, 2020 | Published on May 7, 2020

This is a new, separate blog of mine that focuses on case studies and the more technical aspects of Chinese metaphysics. My main blog will still focus more on the philosophical and will still be a large part of the content you find on the website.

I decided to set up a separate blog to cater to different readers as I understand there is a demand for technical case studies on Chinese metaphysics methods like BaZi and Qi Men Dun Jia. There are very little good case studies on feng shui as well.

The tone in this new blog will feel a lot less personal as I do not want the new blog to end up like my original one, and it will be a lot more condensed. Take note that it is unlikely I will reveal the full techniques of how a chart or feng shui analysis if broken down, so don’t be surprised if you feel like there’s always something missing. I’ll still have to keep some trade secrets that the usual enthusiast can’t get hold of.

Bookmark this page and check back again! New posts will be up really soon.

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Sean Chan is one of Asia's leading practitioners and thought-leaders in Chinese metaphysics. He blogs regularly on the topic of Chinese metaphysics and addresses the myths, misconceptions and malpractices in the field.Sean Chan is Asia's leading Chinese metaphysics consultant specializing in BaZi, Zi Wei Dou Shu, Qi Men Dun Jia, and Feng Shui. A thought-leader in the field, Sean's been featured on Channel NewsAsia, The New York Times Style Magazine and other local media. He blogs regularly about various topics surrounding Chinese metaphysics and aims to educate the public about the field.

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