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Rooster Month

August 28, 2017 in Articles

A big part of the year has already passed, and some of you born in the year of the Rooster will be granted positive changes in life, while some of you will be feeling strong pressure from the universe. For instance, people who have a Horse or Rooster sign in their birth chart will unquestionably be winners, compared to people who have a Snake and Monkey sign in their birth chart. (You can check your birth chart here.) 

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The Ding You – Fire Rooster Year

January 3, 2017 in Articles


In 2017, the Ding You – Fire Rooster Year positive sectors are east and southeast. These sectors should be activated by water. Read the rest of this entry →

BaZi Case Study:

July 16, 2016 in Articles

In my forecast for this year, the year of the Fire Monkey, I mentioned that Fire and Metal clash which suggests disharmony, conflicts and disagreements. Well, it is not surprising that a lot of conflicts have happened in July. Read the rest of this entry →

BaZi – Five Structure Types

June 3, 2016 in Articles

In today’s day and age, companies are always looking for a way to optimize team-work, productivity, and efficiency.  This article may help small or medium-size businesses, or give some idea as to how business owners may manage employees in order get better results. Personality structures play a big role in this matter.  The idea behind BaZi structures or profiling is simple: to help find out what a person is good at, and to get them into a job or position that will help him/her get the most out of one’s strength. The BaZi Read the rest of this entry →

How to Decipher a Person’s Character – BaZi Relationship Analysis

March 23, 2016 in Articles


Where do conflicts and resentments come from? Why is it sometimes difficult to get attention from a person we are interested in? The exact answer to this question lies in the system of values that every person has. Sometimes those values will be different from ours. Read the rest of this entry →