Bazi Health: Basic Diagrams

Here are two approaches, showing the way in which the Four pillars (Bazi) are connected to the human body parts.  With some other indicators like the body symbolism of the heavenly stems and the earthly branches and by observing any imbalances between the elements in Bazi chart, one can get more understanding about the human health:

BAZI HEALTH 1

BAZI HEALTH 3

BAZI HEALTH 2

Dealing with the details some differences between various approaches could be found. The first pcture, for example, deals with the left and the right side of the standing body. As day pillar is the central pillar of our personality, one can also say, that the hour pillar is the right side, day pillar is the central part of the body, while month and year pillar are both connected with the left side of the body.

So, try to find out which system is the best for you.

Vasuna’s Simple Bazi Formula for the Evaluation of the Strength of the Chart

HS EB and SCORES

This is a formula for an easy evaluation of the strength of the Bazi chart. DM (Day Master aka Day Heavenly stem) is also counted! The ratios between the heavenly stems and hidden stems are simplified, but calculation is quite accurate if you know how to use it. Calculate the relative values of the supportive camp + DM.

  • If supportive camp + DM reach below 20% of strength, this is a follow chart (below 10% this is a real follow and between 10 and 20% this is a fake follow);
  • If supportive camp + DM reach between 20 and 40%, this is a standard weak chart;
  • If supportive camp + DM reach between 40 and 50%, this is a neutral chart, where special rules of QTBJ and DTS have to be used to prevent static forces (for example: Ding fire is moved away from the static situation, if there are Jia or Geng in the pillars);
  • If supportive camp + DM reach between 50 and 80%, this is a standard strong chart;
  • If supportive camp + DM reach above 80%, this is a dominant chart (above 90% this is a real dominant chart and between 80 and 90% this is a fake dominant chart).

There are also much more simplified models:

  • There are models, which give equal scores for all the first hidden stems in the branches, equal scores for all the second hidden stems in the branches and so on. These models are faced with major mistakes in assessing the real strength of the chart.  In Shen branch, for example, the energies are more diverse than in Wu branch. So the first hidden stem Ding in the Wu branch is much stronger than the first hidden stem Geng in the Shen branch.
  • In the second group there are models, which are focused on the pre-fixed sum. Calculations in all the cases, for example, give us 105 scores. These models are also faced with major mistakes in assessing the real strength of the chart, because clashes and combinations really do change the quantity of energy in the pillars. Many models from the first group have this sort of mistake, too.

There is another challenge in the assessing the strength of the chart. Between the stems and branches there are various flows. Some people say that we have to look at the flow, not for the strength. But this is actually the same.  When you are looking at the flow, you can see, how one element get stronger and another one get weaker, and at the end you have the picture which element is the strongest, where the chart is challenged etc. MY FORMULA ALSO DOESN’T COVER THESE IMPORTANT CHANGES, CAUSED BY THE FLOWS (additional formula must be used for these adjustments)!

Cumulative strength and weakness in the case of the 10 year luck pillar and even annual pillar can be calculated with my formula, too. With these calculations and adjustments (for combos, clashes and flows) one can find out that a slightly weak chart might become neutral or even strong chart in some circumstances. And vice versa: slightly strong chart might become neutral or even weak.

The same principle should not be used for transitions between very weak charts and follow charts or for transitions between very strong and dominant charts. These charts go to the extremes and the addition of  the 10 year luck and annual luck normally can’t make these transitions real. If you have dominant power, you can enchain your enemies. Even if they become stronger, they are still enchained, but can make many troubles to your guards. And on the other side: if you are extremely weak and you’ve got tied up, you will not be able to untie yourself only by getting stronger again, if monitored by strict guardians which prevent the approach of your friends. These situations rather mean very stressful life for such DM, because rebellion could be severely punished.

As you can see, the year pillar gets much less scores than hour, day and month pillar. This is because the year’s energy is more dispersed and more distant to the DM. So it is not present in one’s life to the same scale as the day, hour and month pillars do.

Four Pillars of Destiny and Stellar Civilizations

The influence of the positive cosmic civilizations in the four pillars (bazi) chart could be explained with the symbolic meanings of five elements and our Universe symbolism.  I will give you some material. However, bear in mind that this is new area of research and there could be many discrepancies.

Well, this is the story:

When Tian Yi Guiren, Yuede Guiren, Tiande Guiren or Taiji Guiren fall into the signs (stems and branches), then positive influences prevail in the most cases. Sanqi Guirens (in or without order) also bring positive influences.

Jia, Yin– if there are also yang metal and yang earth elements in the chart, then Felines, Polaris, Orion, Sirius, archangel Michael, Metatron, galactic Christ are represented by Jia and Yin. Could also mean some more positive Luciferian influence like some Carians. If wood is negative: Reptilians, Carians, Luciferians. If Jia and Yin meet  a strong metal force in the pillars (Geng, Xin, Shen or You) without Wu, Chen and Xu, Polaris forces probably prevail.  If there is no strong yang metal and yang earth in the chart, Jupiter can be represented by Jia and Yin.

Yi, Mao– if there is also fire in the chart or if Yi and Mao are strong, Pleiadeans and archangel Uriel are represented by Yi and Mao.

Bing, Ding, Si, Wu (branch)– Pleiadeans, archangel Uriel are represented by these signs, but there must be both yin or yang  presence or Yi and Mao presence. If there is no yang fire and Yi or Mao, planet Mars could be represented by Ding and Wu  signs. If there is no yin fire and Yi or Mao, our Sun could be represented by Bing and Si  signs.

Wu (stem), Chen and Xu– if there is Jia or YIn  wood or Geng and Shen, then it means Felines, Polaris, Orion, Sirius, archangel Michael, Metatron, galactic Christ, could also mean some more positive Luciferian influence like some Carians; if negative: Reptilians, Carians, Luciferians. If there is no Jia or Yin and no Geng and Shen signs in the chart, planet Earth is represented by Wu, Chen and Xu.

Ji, Wei and Chou can be connected with: planet Earth (lower Earth planes, Earth planes in general) or with Saturn.

Geng, Shen– if there are also yang wood and yang earth elements in the chart, then Polaris, Orion, Sirius, archangel Michael, Metatron, galactic Christ are represented by Geng and Shen. Could also mean some more positive Luciferian influence like some Carians. If wood element in the chart is negative: Reptilians, Carians, Luciferians.

Xin and You: with yin or yang water, these signs could be connected to Arcturians, Vegans, Andromedans. But if they are negative, could be Greys. Without water Xin and You could be connected with Venus.

Ren, Gui, Hai and Zi: if there is only one polarity and no Xin or You sing, then, if positive, they are connected with Mercury, if negative, they are connected with Greys. If there is only Ren and Hai and positive, then it is connected with Mercury. If there is both yin and yang version of water or there are Xin or You present, these signs could be connected to Arcturians, Vegans, Andromedans.

Some Bazi Mantras

I have got this matrix for mantras in 2013 or 2014. I do not practice them at the present. However, I will share them with you.

Heavenly stems Na Ma Ha Hum
Earthly branches Sa Lei Ga Di
Hour Day Month Year

If you want to stimulate energy flow and balance in heavenly stems, chant Na Ma Ha Hum. If you want to stimulate energy flow and balance in earthly branches, chant Di Ga Lei Sa.  Ma Ha Di can also be used for better sleep and Di Ga Lei Na in the morning.  How strong are these mantras for you? I don’t know, find it by yourself.

Be careful with mantra Ma as this is mantra of Day Master. This mantra can connect you to the stars, but there seems to be strong connection with Polaris and circumpolar constellations, which have many problematic spiritual influences (Grays and Reptillians).  Perhaps you could try with your own mantra instead of Ma?

Lonely Stars According to San Hui Location

In Bazi, we use two big lonely stars according to San Hui or directional location. San Hui location is wood location (Yin, Mao and Chen), fire location (Si, Wu and Wei), metal location (Shen, You, Xu) or water location (Hai, Zi, Chou). The earth branch in the neighborhood is lonely, because directional trinities are tied together and neighbor stays alone. There is a neighbor in front of directional location, which is called Lodge for the night of a Widdowed (Gua Su). The lonely neighbor after directional location is called Lonely Planet (Gu Chen). Both stars are calculated according to the year (creates stronger star)  or day branch (creates weaker star):

Year (or day) branch Gu Asu Gu Chen
Yin Chou Si
Mao Chou Si
Chen Chou Si
Si Chen Shen
Wu Chen Shen
Wei Chen Shen
Shen Wei Hai
You Wei Hai
Xu Wei Hai
Hai Xu Yin
Zi Xu Yin
Chou Xu Yin

You can see that Lodge for the night of a Widowed (Gua Su) is always found in earth element, because Chen, Wei, Xu and Chou represent earth element Earth rules over home, dwelling, lodge and familiar life. Natural flow is in abandoning this position and moving into next direction. Chen, Wei, Xu and Chou also represent yin phase of their own elemental direction. Old energies are dying. Hence the name Lodge for the night of a Widowed. Lodge naturally tend to move to the next directional trinity, but seems to be afraid of it. So, having an Lodge for the night of a Widowed/ Lodge of the Widdowed in your chart, you are prone to be lonely, reclusive, un-social, shy and isolated and this brings many problems to your spouse and children (if you are married at all), because you are prone to abandon your home, your dwelling, or your children and spouse can have bad fortune or move away from you, too. Lodge for the night of a Widowed works worse in the women’s luck. Overall picture depends on other indicators, too. Chen, Wei, Xu and Chou also represent storages of knowledge and wisdom. So- if Gua Su is represented by fortunate element and stars, it can lead you to academic (or spiritual) research or even academic success, too.

Lonely Planet (Gu Chen) is found in branches, which begin the trio sequence and use with yang hidden stem of trinity element. These branches are Yin, Si, Shen or Hai. Natural way is moving away from previous directional trinity, while flow from this trinity has troubles to enter the region of Gu Chen star. Gu Chen is a child of previous trinity. So, if Gu Chen is found in your chart, it brings many problems for your parents, because you tend to be isolated, cold, and do not accept them. Gu Chen is living in his own world. It is rather eccentric and egocentric than shy. This star works worse in the men’s luck. Yin, Si, Shen or Hai are also Study Hall locations of five elements (without polarity).If Gu Chen is represented by fortunate element and stars, it can lead you to academic research or even academic success, too.

Both Gua Su and Gu Chen have extremely strong pattern, not easily dissolved by combinations and clashes. This strong pattern is the source of two additional stars, called Funeral Gate (Sang Men) and Funeral Guest for Condolence (Diao Ke). Both stars are calculated according to the year (creates stronger star) or day branch (creates weaker star):

Year (or day) branch Diao Ke Sang Men
Yin Zi Chen
Mao Chou Si
Chen Yin Wu
Si Mao Wei
Wu Chen Shen
Wei Si You
Shen Wu Xu
You Wei Hai
Xu Shen Zi
Hai You Chou
Zi Xu Yin
Chou Hai Mao

 Diao Ke is derived from Gua Su with central position of Mao, Wu, You and Zi (central position in direction), shared between Gua Su and Diao Ke. From these central positions, we derive flow of energy pattern, already found in Gua Su. These central positions are even more parted from Gua Su positions, so the message is: extreme loneliness, extreme separation, even jail, or coming in the moment of funeral, where only condolence could be shown. The extreme positions could cause one’s own health problems or injury or even death or it can represent health problems, injuries or death of one’s relatives and close people, above all that of a partner or children. It is hard to make any positive influences of this star. This star is more dangerous for women and for the charts, where the branch of the star is connected with unfortunate elements or unfortunate stars.

Funeral Gate (Sang Men) is derived from Gu Chen with central position of Mao, Wu, You and Zi (central position in direction), shared between Gu Chen and Sang Men. From these central positions, we derive flow of energy pattern, already found in Gu Chen. These central positions are even more parted from Gu Chen positions, so the message is: extreme loneliness, extreme reclusion, extreme separation, extreme eccentric personality, nervousness, the star can bring injuries, illness and death or even a murder to the people with this star or to their relatives, above all to their parents. This star is more dangerous for men and for the charts, where the branch of the star is connected with unfortunate elements or unfortunate stars.

Diao Ke and Sang Men are not as stable stars as Gua Su and Gu Chen. Clashes go with the flow of these stars and normally they do not dissolve influences of these two stars unless (perhaps) the branch is really kicked off. Combinations, too, ordinary don’t put the existence of these two stars into the question. But directional combinations with the branch of the year (day) and concrete star, can limit the influences of these stars.

For example, look at this four pillars:

 na  na

DING

 na
 na

WEI

 na

SI

In this chart year branch is Si. Sang Men of Si is Wei. Si and Wei are part of fire direction and if there is no trinity, they tend to stay parted. But if Wu branch is found in the branches, true fire directional trinity is formed and what have been separated, become united. Even if there is no Wu, but there is Ding in the stems (Wu branch is represented by Ding stem), directional combination will still be formed, but it will not be so strong. If the element of directional combination is favorable to the chart, then there are almost no Sang Men star influences present anymore. But if the element of directional combination is unfavorable to the chart, Sang Men star influences are not completely dissolved and one must also consider influences of this unfavorable element of direction, so there is no alleviation in that. It could mean choosing between bad society and recluse, for example.

Below is another example, which tells a story of “riding the loneliness”:

na

na

na

na

ZI

YIN

WU

CHEN

For yearly branch Chen, used for the starting point, Diao Ke is found in Yin and Sang Men is found in Wu. For daily branch Yin, used for the starting point, Diao Ke is found in Zi and Sang Men is found in Chen. Mutual exchange between Yin and Chen makes things even worse. For Zi branch as starting point Sang Men is found in Yin. While Zi branch is not proper starting point, it can be used in circumstances, where some Sang Men or Diao Ke are already found in its own branch,  specially if starting point is put in mutual exchange with day or year…  Month branch is Wu and when it is used as starting point, then Diao Ke is found in Chen. So, we have mutual exchange between Wu and Chen, too. This person is prone to be very lonely or isolated. Other indicators can make things somewhat better.

 

Three Extraordinaries (San Qi)

Three extraordinaries (san qi) are a concept used in bazi (four pillars). There are three orders of sanqi:

  • Jia-Wu-Geng (Trinity of Heaven)
  • Yi- Bing-Ding (Trinity of mankind)
  • Ren-Gui-Xin (Trinity of Earth)

The order Yi- Bing-Ding is also found in Qimen Dunjia and it seems to be the oldest sequence of sanqi. Bazi books before San Ming Tong Hui already knew the sequence Yi- Bing-Ding, but also the sequence Jia-Wu-Geng . The sequence Ren-Gui-Xin has been added by later books.

Basic logic of sanqi lies in the “upper balance”, representing divine world of good spirits, their protection and help. This “upper balance” is mixture of exposed yang energy for higher dimensions and some yin energy for balancing.

One of the symbols of “upper balance” is fire element with both Bing and Ding stem. Fire is born in the wood element and yang is born in yin. In this way the third stem of sanqi becomes yin wood aka Yi.

After the fire sequence of “upper balance” is found, the second sequence of “upper balance” can be searched in other upper yang stems Jia, Wu and Geng, while Ren stays at the bottom. Prenatal stage for Wu is Bing, so Jia (developing yang from yin sector) is also the father element of Wu, while Geng (pretty strong yang in the trend of becoming yin) is his expression.

After the fire sequence of “upper balance” and the second sequence of Jia-Wu-Geng are found, the third sequence of “upper balance” can be searched in the lowest region. In the greatest yin there is a rebirth of yang. The greatest yin is in water element, represented with Ren and Gui stems. We begin with Ren and Gui to point out the maximal yin and only than we add metal support of Gui, to activate rebirth of yang. If Xin would be the first in place, this would mean the flow from metal to water, finishing the phase of yin and only partly creating new yang. In this way the set Ren-Gui-Xin is stronger, because yin is already fully formed and more prepared for transformation.

Correct sequencies are Yi- Bing-Ding, Jia-Wu-Geng and Ren-Gui-Xin, and stems must be found together. Prenatal flow goes from the hour stem to the year stem: for full sanqi power correct sequence must be found in hour-day-month stems or day-month-year stems (Yi in hour, Bing in day and Ding in month for example). Even if the trinity sequence is corrupted there are many sanqi energies around in such chart if Yi- Bing-Ding stems or Jia-Wu-Geng stems are found in the chart. But with Ren-Gui-Xin stems in corrupt sequence there are only some sanqi powers present.

Please note that sanqi in the chart always means that day master is also a member of sanqi trinity!

In Early Heaven arrangement of bagua upper balance is reached with Qian (heaven) and Kun (earth). Qian is yang metal and similar to Geng and Kun is earth. There are two explanations on polarity of Kun: it can be seen as yang earth or as yin earth, so it can be connected with Wu and Ji earth. Geng and Wu are found in sanqi sequence Jia-Wu-Geng, so we call this sequence sanqi of Heaven. In the Later Heaven arrangement water reaches the bottom and fire is at the top. So the “water sequence” Ren-Gui-Xin represents sanqi of Earth and mankind position is left for the “fire sequence” Yi- Bing-Ding, which is sanqi of mankind.

Sanqi of Heaven Jia-Wu-Geng represents highest forces and gives good morality and protection. All the stems in this “upper balance” are yang and yang is symbolized with fire. Balanced fire gives new ideas, many talents, quick reasoning, exposure and intelligence and a taste for higher morality. People with this sanqi can express their talents and can reach many promotions in life.

Sanqi of Mankind Yi-Bing-Ding represents communication with support and protection of higher powers. This is fire element nature, too. In this “upper balance” balanced fire gives new ideas, quick reasoning, exposure and intelligence. If former sanqi deals with morality more, this second one becomes more adventurous and posess greater leadership and business abilities.

Sanqi of Earth Ren-Gui-Xin represents practical abilities, but with water it represents knowledge, wisdom and intelligence and is more wealth or money oriented.

All sanqi sequences in fact represent talents, fortune, protection, power and wealth. The sequence of Heaven leads to the success more trough morality, sequence of Mankind leads to the success more trough ideas and sequence of Earth leads to the success more trough wisdom.