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Calculating the BaZi

In this fully illustrated workbook, Dr. Karin Taylor Wu instructs you in the art of creating an individualized Chinese Four Pillar astrology chart. For the first time to the western audience, learn the traditional method of BaZi calculation without needing a Chinese calendar.

Detailed instructions show how your destiny is contained within your birth chart, and how to understand its changes over the whole lifespan. Dr. Taylor Wu also explains the relationship between your individual BaZi chart and your personality, emotions, health, relationships, aptitudes, and life chances. With many examples, and worked exercises, including a detailed interpretation of actual charts and case studies, Dr. Taylor Wu demonstrates how to bring the GanZhi principles to life.

This workbook provides an essential tool for optimizing personal life choices and for developing healing, consulting, and leadership skills in order to help others.

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Contents: Foreword. TianSuan (The Cosmic Agenda). Introduction; The GanZhi BaZi Calendar, Dao, YinYang, WuXing, BaGua, BaZi, Chinese Astrology: BaZi and SiZhu. 1. Calculate the Four Pillars (SiZhu)/Eight Characters (BaZi). 2. TaiYuan (Origin of Conception). 3. MingGong (Palace of Karma) 4. DaYun (Great Transfer). 5. ShenSha (Spirits and Ghosts); FengKong (Encountering Emptiness), FuYin (Hidden Moaning), TianYi (Good Fortune), TaoHua (Peach Blossom), YiMa (Wandering Horse), TianDe (Heavenly Virtue), TianYi (Medicine), WenChang (Knowledge),Taiji (Mysticism). 6. Introduction to BaZi Analysis. 7. Case Studies. Answers to Practice Exercises. Appendix; Fundamental BaZi Calculations, Supplemental Calculations, JieQi Tables.

kleo_ormos“It is hard to find a good non-fiction writer who can maintain both ease of flow and interest of the reader in a topic where chances of losing your audience grows exponentially with the complexity of the process described. Dr. Taylor Wu is such a hard-to-find gem who artfully, and not the least heart-fully, illuminates an ancient method of informing practitioners. This book reflects a clear mind and a keen foresight to predict where readers’ mind could wander into dead ends – quite a talent for educators!”

Kleopatra Ormos, MD

Robert_Trnoska“A welcome introduction into the dynamics of the Chinese calendar: transform a western date into the four pillars of Chinese Astrology using fingers, formulas and tables. I’m happy to see that Dr Taylor Wu’s approach to BaZi is offering interpretations for spirituality in the healing arts (Traditional Chinese Medicine).”

 

 

Robert Trnoska, Doctor of Chinese Medicine