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Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 9 months ago #408

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Dear,

Do you know HOW to calculate your personal 15 degree directions?

The 24 mount derives from Najia System. Which means, for example, that inside the total loss direction (Jue Ming), if you'd face the good direction (15 deg) within the Jue Ming direction of 45 Deg, you're actually facing a good personal direction. Its not about house direction, we're refering to personal direction.

How to calculate them? Where to learn about it?

Thanks

Sergi

Re:Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 9 months ago #415

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Well it is not that personal. It is just every kua has it own ally.

Qian hide Jia

Kun hide Yi

Xun> Xin

Gen > Bing

Si, You, Chou > Ding

Hai, Mao, Wei > Geng

Shen, Zi, Chen > Kui

Yin, Wu, Xu > Ren

So every gua can be a precious gem and fire pit (according this school of thought). Enjoy

Re:Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 9 months ago #456

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Hi xkfan


Si, You, Chou > Ding


What do you mean by Si, You; Chou = Ding?

Si, You, Chou is metal combo, how does ding come in here?
Please elaborate.

Thanks,
Love,
Beaudy
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Re:Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 9 months ago #463

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Hi beaudy,

This is so called advance method used by some of the well known master out there.

Since you know Si, You, Chou is Metal, then you should know metal belong to west group people right. So beside SW/W/NW/NE used by west group people, he/she can also use SE(Si) or South(Ding).

Ding is the hidden stem. Same goins to the rest.

The above method they charge few thousand to learn. So hope you all appreciate.
Last Edit: 7 years, 9 months ago by xkfan.

Re:Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 9 months ago #634

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Hi xkfan

I highly appreciate the formula, just trying to understand how to read it.
I understood the metal example = west group people.


Hai, Mao, Wei > Geng


This should be East group people, can use Geng aswell, correct?

But I don't understand the application of the others...


Qian hide Jia

Kun hide Yi

Xun > Xin

Gen > Bing


How is this read?


Shen, Zi, Chen > Kui


This is water frame, there's no water group of people, just west/east.


Yin, Wu, Xu > Ren


Again here there's no fire group of people just west/east.

Please explain.
Many thanks

Love,
Beaudy

Re:Na Jia System for 15 degree personal directions 7 years, 8 months ago #640

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hi beaudy,

Do you know the 24 mountains of the chinese compass? If you know then it will be easier for you to manipulate. Anyway I will try to explain it here...


Qian rep. NW direction (also West group)

Zi rep. N direction (also also East group)

Gen rep. NE directon (also West group)

Mao rep. E direction (also also East group)

Xun rep SE direction (also also East group)

Wu rep. S direction (also also East group)

Kun rep. SW direction (also West group)

You rep W direction (also West group)

Let say you are a west group people the basic direction you can use are NW, NE, W and SW.

To fine tune the direction (best within the best), you can use Qian(NW), Gen(NE), You(W) and Kun(SW).

Not only the four direction can be use but also

Jia (E) because Qian hide Jia.

Bing (S) because Geng hide Bing.

Si(SE), Chou(W), Ding(S) because Si, You, Chou is a metal combo, and Metal hide Ding.

And so to the rest.

This method was teached by some of the world recognised master but how reliable it is ...you test it out, ok


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