KUALA LUMPUR (July 9): The economy is not doing well this year and it is not looking good either in 2018, said founder of Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics Datuk Joey Yap.
However, one can navigate through the challenging times and achieve their goals, he told participants at the Joey Yap’s Qi Men Odyssey 2017 Seminar at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today.
The event saw about 3,000 attendees present to gain some insight from the Chinese metaphysics master. TheEdgeProperty.com is the official media partner for the seminar.
Yap outlined five things to do for Chinese metaphysics followers to help them excel in challenging times. “First is to map your life journey using the Bazi chart, then utilise Feng Shui tools to get to your destination. You also need to identify noblemen to help you in your life, choose the right teammates and, last but not least, identify what stage of life you are in,” he told the audience.
“Using Bazi chart to check your life map is the first thing you should do. This is because only a small percentage of people know their life goals at a very young age. Most people don’t,” he said.
Hence, he suggested that one should look at their Bazi chart to find out which area they are able to excel in and avoid taking the wrong direction in life.
The second strategy is to utilise specific Feng Shui tools that are able to help one navigate through obstacles, including Bazi, Feng Shui, Qi Men Dun Jia, face reading and date selection, he shared.
“Subsequently, you need to look for three types of people who can become a guide in your life by looking at the nobleman stars in your Bazi chart. These people are ‘mentors’, ‘coaches’ and ‘advisers’, who can assist you in your life.”
After identifying the noblemen in our life, Yap said, one should start looking at the “passengers” who will travel through the life journey with us.
There are five types of passengers, namely minions, glass cannons, tanks, snipers and generals. Each type has its own strengths and weaknesses.
For instance, minions are people who can be very supportive and work well with others, but they can be easily influenced and not very independent.
“You should find out what type of passenger you are to identify your strengths and weaknesses, so that you can know who you should be with to ensure a smooth life journey,” said Yap.
Finally, he advised one to find out what stage of life he/she is in now.
“There are five stages in life: idling, lost, bumpy, cruising and auto-pilot. The first stage is idling, where everything looks good but things will start to get bad if you do not do anything to move out from this stage.
“The second stage is lost, which means you are moving but you have no idea where you are heading.
“Then it comes the bumpy stage. In this stage, you would have achieved your first goal in life, but probably only one aspect of your life is working out while others are not.
“In the cruising stage, most aspects of your life have worked out and you know what you are doing and your direction. And you will be aiming for a higher level.
“Lastly, in the auto-pilot stage, everything is auto-pilot and you get to enjoy freedom. This is where we want to be, so that is why we are using Chinese metaphysics to get there,” he said.
One can adopt various strategies to lead one towards each destination in life, so they can achieve a balanced and harmonious life in six aspects — life purpose, financial, relationship, family, wellness and contribution, he concluded.
Source :-The Edge Property