Zi Wei Dou Shu: The Most Advanced Form Of Chinese AstrologyZi Wei Dou Shu
紫微斗数 | 帝王学与三大神数之首
Zi Wei Dou Shu is known as “The Study for Kings”.
It forecasts your life in a level of detail no other methods can.
Zi Wei Dou Shu’s Precision & Prowess
Zi Wei Dou Shu goes into every detail
Zi Wei Dou Shu is a much more complex method of forecasting involving a vast array of stars. Each name you see represents a star from asterisms we can see in the sky. The main stars used are from the Big Dipper and Sagittarius constellation.
Zi Wei Dou Shu is the culmination of thousands of years of observations of the cosmos and the astronomical prowess of the ancient Chinese.
Like other methods, it forecasts one’s life, but the difference is that it goes a step further and reveals the root cause, areas it will impact, and external factors influencing a particular aspect of life.
Zi Wei Dou Shu has 12 sectors, each representing an area of your life:
- Life Sector (命宫)
- Siblings Sector (兄弟宫)
- Spouse Sector (夫妻宫)
- Children’s Sector (子女宫)
- Wealth Sector (财帛宫)
- Health Sector (疾厄宫)
- Travel Sector (迁移宫)
- Friends Sector (交友宫)
- Career Sector (事业宫)
- House & Assets Sector (田宅宫)
- Karmic Sector (福德宫)
- Parent’s Sector (父母宫)
Each sector can represent a multitude of things and not just what its name suggests. An in-depth reading involves looking at 3 layers of one’s chart chart: 1) Natal Chart 2) 10-Year Phase Chart 3) Annual Chart.
By looking at where the stars land, the interactions between the sectors, and the three layers, a practitioner can accurately forecast what life has in store for you.
A Zi Wei Dou Shu reading is included in a consultation package and all three methods I know will be applied.
During The Consultation
Different methods will be combined
As Zi Wei Dou Shu is extremely complex, it will act as a supplement to your BaZi reading. I will still bring in some Zi Wei Dou Shu concepts and technicals to assure you how I arrived at a conclusion.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you combine different methods?
Combining methods gives you a better consultation. It gives you a more holistic understanding of whatever you’re asking and helps you appreciate what our ancestors came up with. It also makes me more efficient and helps to make sure my analysis is on the right track as all methods should pain the same picture.
Why will the report be from a BaZi angle and not Zi Wei Dou Shu?
Zi Wei Dou Shu is a lot more complex and it will be much harder to break it down in layman terms such that you can understand it. As such, it will be a supplement, which means I’ll still touch on some technicals so that you’ll understand how I arrived at my conclusions. Just focus on your questions and leave the rest to me.
What does your consultation cover?
It depends on your questions. Just have a think about what you wish to ask and indicate that in the request form. You’ll have the Q&A to clarify anything you need to.
What do your reports feel so technical?
I want the client to have some form of understanding of their own chart, and adding a bit of the technicals gives them the assurance that I am not saying things flippantly.
How does your Q&A segment work?
All consultations come with a Q&A segment that lasts 7 days which starts after you send your first set of questions over. Please send the questions over within 2 weeks of receiving your initial report.
Please be reminded that the Q&A is meant to be a form of goodwill and should not be seen as a service I must provide. This is not so that I can do less work, but so that everyone is very clear that the Q&A is not to be abused or taken for granted. The rules exist so that everyone gets a fair amount of time and attention. It is not for people who wish to spam questions or ask things they aren’t even concerned about.
The “7 days” are a guideline to how long the Q&A might last. I’m always flexible with this depending on how the consultation goes, but please note that I also reserve the right to end it at any point should I feel that the Q&A has gone off course or you are just squeezing whatever else you can from the questions.
If I do not reply within 24 hours, a day won’t be deducted from your 7-day entitlement. I usually need 2 to 3 working days as I’ll be busy clearing my queue and also taking time to process your questions in order to give thoughtful replies.
How should I ask my questions?
Please ask no more than 8 questions when you first fill-up the form. There is no standard template on how to ask them. Just take the process seriously and have some focus areas because your initial report will be based on these questions.
Your Q&A will also revolve around these questions that you put in the form, so please don’t suddenly ask about your grandparents during the Q&A when you know it’s not a pressing concern in your life right now.
You also have a part to play in how much you get from the consultation. The better your questions, the better I can leverage what I know and give you the insights you need.
Why are your fees so expensive?
There is no objective way of answering this. What may be expensive to you is actually reasonable to others, especially to those who have come for a consultation with me and recognized the insights and value I can bring.
I would actually throw the question back at you and make you ask yourself what price would you put on making good decisions that can potentially change the outcome of your life or help you avert calamitous times. To me, that’s worth way more than a few hundred dollars and sometimes even priceless.
My fees are factored by a combination of reasons, such as how much I value my time, where I see myself stand within the industry, and the scarcity of my time as my reach grows.
If I may be blunt, there are tons of charlatans out there charging way higher than I am and I don’t see why I should charge lower than them.
My pricing is also a natural filter for the quality of clients I wish to take on.
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