BaZi Course – Intermediate Level 2
This is the last essential level to read normal charts.
1 Health in Bazi
2. 12 Stages of Growth
3. Dynamic 10 Gods – The dynamic interactions between gods!
4. Special Combinations
5. Substitute God
6. Palace vs God
7. Special Charts –
- 2 gods formation
- Strong Charts (Qi Flow)
8. Luck and Age
9. Talent and Ability
10. Happy and Gloomy
11. Luck and Age
12. Heaven and Earth
14. The Secret of Bazi Reading
Death and Emptiness – Bonus Chapter
I am a recent participant and student of Master Alan Chong Bazi course. In the recent course, there is a specific topic on how to use Bazi to diagnose potential health problems. Bare in mind that when Bazi was invented millenniums ago, we don’t have x-ray, CT scan, MRI etc. After
the intensive brain juice draining/hair pulling course ended, out of curiosity I went through the notes and did a reference to my own chart on the health side. Taking reference of the solar date, I noted that I “may” have lung/chest related ailments during the Solar month of Sept to end 7th Oct but been a sceptic ( not anymore) I brush it aside. On the 4th Oct I started having flu like symptoms and two days ago ( on the 7th Oct), I was at the doctor requiring medical attention for bad chest/lung infection.
Coincidentally a friend’s parent was admitted to the hospital for a fractured “leg”. The strange part is the parent didn’t have any impact or fall. The friend asked if bazi can check what is the real ailment. Been a beginner I have to cross reference the notes and from there I deduce that the foot problem ( so I was told then) may originate from the parent’s flank area or more specific lumbar/hip area. I advise the friend that it is possibly a hip originated problem. I was then only been inform that yes, it was the hip bone that was fractured.
Prior to this, I recalled having to ask for Alan’s guidance on a specific chart that I had problem reading and he took a quick look and I was advised that the owner of this chart have some major health issue requiring hospitalisation in the last decade. Now at the time I was truly sceptical, as the owner of the chart is someone I knew well albeit not constant contact. To cure my curiosity of Alan’s diagnosis, I asked the owner of the chart…and yes, he/she was hospitalised prior for a major health scare. In layman expression, I nearly fall off the chair !!!!!
Alan is a very good and caring teacher and took great pains to make sure his students understand and hopefully benefit from what they have learned. The lesson does not end in the classroom but he offers various pointers/guidance even after the course for students who seek his advise ( as long as you don’t ask silly questions). The classes are always kept to a very small number and attention are given to each and every student that they are able to grasp what he is teaching. The highlight of the lesson is he will use the students personal chart as an example on the spot to highlight the lessons presented. It speaks volume for a teacher’s confidence in his knowledge and one who dares to openly read any student chart in a lesson without prior knowledge of the person. The classes are kept interactive and interesting and sometimes he provide varied pointers for improvement beyond the lessons.
Thank you Master Alan for your guidance, teaching and it has truly been a fantastic journey attending your courses.