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The Science of Destiny Reading Using Bazi: Demystifying BaZi the Logical Way(20K)

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9789863187653
Gwan-Hwan Hwang,Hsing-Fen Chiang
Richard Wang
寂天
2019年5月15日
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HK$ 136
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ISBN:9789863187653
  • 規格:平裝 / 336頁 / 17 x 23 x 1.68 cm / 普通級 / 雙色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:台灣


  • 宗教命理 > 命相/命理 > 八字命學











    ★★★佳評如潮的《科學斷八字》推出英文版囉!★★★



      八字命理其實是科學的!

      本書是由工程博士黃冠寰教授所作,

      作者從科學教育的基礎,

      盼為八字命理奠定下科學思維!




      八字命理是科學的,是確確實實可掌握在手中的生活法則。

      本書的科學命理.能幫助您破除迷信,

      解決人生的疑惑.讓您的人生順遂!




      作者為清華大學工程博士,曾發表過國際級會議論文及SCI英文期刊論文數十篇,近年並連續數年榮登Marquis世界名人錄,這樣一位擁有邏輯思維的專業科學家要告訴你:八字命理其實是科學的!



      如何科學?以做研究的態度學習命理,遍覽群書,剔除傳統命理邏輯不通、論述不對之處。最後以木火土金水及陰陽五行相生剋合為中心思想,建構出一套完整有系統的論證法,依此法再廣為蒐集案例,持續追蹤命主動向,來回印證,並根據許多為別人論命的經驗,終於寫成《科學斷八字》一書。



      由於現今世界局勢與自然環境變遷越來越快,各項社會制度與價值觀也面臨重大轉型,生活不再單純穩定,人心惶惶,我們都更需要一種可確確實實掌握在手中的生活法則,以安浮動之心。而八字命理是中國千年傳承下來的知命技術,可幫助人了解自己生命中「天生」的部分,正是一份不會隨著外在環境而變的指南,包含我們的優勢、缺點、特質、人際關係等,以及中國獨有的人生智慧。



      使用本書科學論證法解析出屬於自己的人生指南,配合自然節氣變化作出因應,便能讓我們於開創自己「後天」的路上不致迷失,進而人生順遂,臻於圓滿。



      ★★★各卷摘要

      【卷之一�卷之二】讀者先閱讀一些案例,首先了解八字命理的論命法可以如何幫助我們,以決定是否要使用命理學來解決生命中的疑惑及幫助改善自身生活。另一方面立志學習及研究命理的朋友,可以了解八字論命能達到多少的成效,進而有正確的學習方向。



      【卷之三】研讀一些八字命理的基礎,如五行、天干地支、節氣、十神等。



      【卷之四】讀者能以八字命理的基礎理論,根據命局中五行交互作用的關係,判斷出一個人的個性、特質、學業及學運、適合行業、身體及疾病注意事項等。



      【卷之五】根據大運、流年、流月、流日的進氣,來判斷人生不同時期的命運,進而能依進氣的變化來趨吉避凶。



      【卷之六】讀完前五卷,讀者已對八字論命有基本的認識,〈卷之六〉將介紹如何進一步加深八字論命的功力,是有志為他人論命者必須知道的內容。



      【卷之七】特別針對一些錯誤的八字論命法或觀點,加以討論。



      【卷之八】與讀者分享,幫人論命時要注意的事項和該有的心理準備。



      Bazi is the powerful and ancient art of destiny reading used by the Chinese for many centuries. Let Dr. Hwang unveil the mystery of Chinese fortune telling through an analytical and logical approach. Readers who are patient enough to read the book in its entirety will not only be rewarded with the tools and ability to unlock their future, but also fulfil their life’s potential. This book is not only for those who are interested in understanding Chinese metaphysics, but also for anyone who would like to clear up any doubts or misunderstandings about this wonderful art of destiny reading.



      Study BaZi, the most popular Chinese art of fortune telling, in an entirely new and easy way! Forget about the myths and superstitions that have surrounded it for centuries. Let Dr. Hwang lead you to unveil the mysterious art of BaZi with a logical and analytical perspective.



      Dr. Gwan-Hwan Hwang, Ph.D., is a professor of Engineering at Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan, with dozens of papers published in global engineering conventions and SCI journals. His name is also listed in Marquis Who’s Who. With this background, Dr. Hwang studied BaZi for years with the same scientific discipline as he has done in the academic field of engineering.



      With a logical and scientific approach, he was able to decipher the ancient art of destiny readings, dusting off the misconceptions and superstitions that have been misleading practitioners and the general public alike for generations, and restoring BaZi to its original beauty.



      Dr. Hwang further strengthened his theory by verifying it with thousands of real-life cases, many of which he has been tracking for years. This book summarizes the best of his findings as well as the most representative cases he has gathered so far. Unlike other books about fortune telling, which almost always resort to divine power or myths that cannot be explained with logic, Dr. Hwang illustrates everything about the art of BaZi in a logical and systematic way, making everything easy to understand. Readers shall be able to quickly grasp the concepts and theory behind BaZi, and apply it in their day-to-day lives.



      In this book, Dr. Hwang summarizes the principles of BaZi in a systematic way. Readers will be able to quickly understand the system and logic behind BaZi, and start applying it in their daily lives.



      In the modern era, where uncertainty has become the norm, a tool that helps people better understand and guide themselves through different situations is more valuable than ever. The art of BaZi, in the hands of those who truly understand it, is like a compass. It not only helps reveal one’s personalities, strengths, and weaknesses, but it also guides one through life’s vicissitudes. Mastering BaZi helps us to better know who we are, manage our lives, and create our own destinies.

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    Preface



    ●Chapter 1 Understand BaZi with the Right Mindset

    The Limitations of the Traditional BaZi Methods

    Our Vision



    ●Chapter 2 Real Cases of BaZi Analysis

    Case Study 1 Ankylosing spondylitis

    Case Study 2 The affair of Chien-Min Wang

    Case Study 3 No one believed what I said

    Case Study 4 Never judge a person by appearance

    Case Study 5 Confidential matters that is not known to family members

    Case Study 6 In memory of Echo

    Case Study 7 It happened anyway

    Case Study 8 Recovery from cancer

    Case Study 9 Should you take the role of CEO?

    Case Study 10 Accidents that happened to me and my student



    ●Chapter 3 The Basic Knowledge of BaZi

    Section 1 The Five Elements

    Production

    Countering

    Section 2 The Ten Heavenly Stems (tian gan) and the Twelve Earthly Branches (di zhi)

    The Ten Heavenly Stems (天干 tian gan)

    The Twelve Earthly Branches (地支 di zhi)

    Section 3 Solar terms of the year

    Section 4 Building a BaZi chart

    The Four Pillars and the Grand Fortune

    Building a chart

    Looking up a person’s BaZi Chart on a website

    Section 5 Deriving the Ten Spirits from the relative positions of the Five Elements

    Section 6 The structure (格局 ge ju) of a chart

    Section 7 Other important interactions among the Five Elements

    Yin and Yang

    The Clashes (沖 chong) of the Earthly Branches

    Coupling and transformation

    Other



    ●Chapter 4 Dissecting the Intrinsic Personalities with the Four Pillars

    Section 1 Using the Ten Spirits to tell a person’s character

    Peers

    Creations

    Wealth

    Officers

    Empowerments

    Section 2 Analyzing the interactions among the Four Pillars

    Cases of Productions

    Cases of Countering

    Section 3 The Four Pillars and the physical health of a person

    Wood is countered

    Fire is countered

    Earth is countered

    Metal is countered

    Water is countered

    Others

    Section 4 Case Examples



    ●Chapter 5 The Science of BaZi Analysis: Grand Fortune, Year Flow, and Month Flow

    Section 1 The energy of Year Flow

    Section 2 How to integrate Grand Fortune, Year Flow, and Month Flow into the analysis along with the Four Pillars

    Section 3 Grand Fortune, Year Flow, and Month Flow and their interactions with the Four Pillars

    Officers Countering Peers

    Empowerment Countering Creation

    Creation Countering Officer

    Peers Countering Wealth

    Wealth Countering Empowerment

    Officer Produces Empowerment

    Peer Produces Creations

    Creation Produces Wealth

    Wealth Produces Officer

    Empowerment produces Peer

    Section 4 Case Studies

    Case Study 1 Ankylosing spondylitis

    Case Study 2 The affair of Chien-Min Wang

    Case Study 3 No one believed what I said

    Case Study 4 Never judge a person by their appearance

    Case Study 5 Not easy to read the chart of a relative

    Case Study 6 In memory of Echo

    Case Study 7 Inescapable fate

    Case Study 8 Recovery from cancer

    Case Study 9 Should he take the role of CEO?

    Case Study 10 Accidents that happened to me and my student

    Case Study 11 Troubled students born in the same month

    Case Study 12 Can BaZi be used to help make major decisions?

    Case Study 13 Transformed Month Branch

    Case Study 14 Transformation affected by Year Flow

    Case Study 15 The death of Corporal Hong

    Case Study 16 Is everything predestined? The BaZi of twins

    Case Study 17 The life of Claude Monet

    Case Study 18 Lost and found

    Case Study 19 Observing the energy in your day-to-day life

    Case Study 20 When disaster strikes: the six fallen heroes and the death of the famous director Chi Po-Lin

    Case Study 21 Michael Jordan

    Case Study 22 Elizabeth Taylor: the everlasting Cleopatra

    Case Study 23 The Nobel laureate Ernest Hemingway

    Case Study 24 Starry Starry Night: The Life of Vincent Van Gogh

    Case Study 25 The 2016 US presidential election: Trump vs. Clinton

    Case Study 26 2017 French Presidential Election:Macron vs. Le Pen



    ●Chapter 6 Taking Your BaZi Analysis Skills to the Next Level

    Section 1 The influence of Month Flow

    Section 2 How to analyze one’s wealth

    Section 3 Special BaZi patterns

    Submissive Pattern

    Dominative Pattern

    Section 4 When hour of birth is uncertain

    Section 5 Picking a good time of birth

    Section 6 Is it possible to predict ones time of marriage, time of death, and other major life events?

    Section 7 Is one’s life destined?

    Section 8 The physics of BaZi



    ●Chapter 7 Debunking Common Myths and Superstitions

    Section 1 The Fallacy of the fu-yi (扶抑) Method

    Section 2 Why some practitioners give wrong advice

    Section 3 Changing fortune

    Section 4 The kinds of BaZi practitioners to keep away from



    ●Chapter 8 Practicing BaZi to Help Others: Some Advice

    The right attitude of BaZi consultation

    Guiding the energy

    Principle of confidentiality

    Fee

    Skill, ethic, wisdom, opportunity





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    作者序



    Gwan-Hwan Hwang (黃冠寰)




      Even as of now, it is still very hard for me to believe that I am publishing a book about BaZi. As an engineer by training and a researcher in academic for over 20 years, mastering BaZi was never part of my plan. When I first started years ago, all I wanted to find out was whether BaZi has any truth in it or simply is a thousand-year-old baloney. I did not have any teacher to guide (or misled) me. I studied everything on my own, with the same systematic method I used in my academic research works. In my career I have published many papers and professional articles, but never a book addressed to the general public. Allow me to start by asking you to bear with me if in any part of this book the use of words is less than perfect.



      Contrary to most of the books about fortunetelling, the main objective of this book is to help debunk superstitions. There are a lot of fortunetellers who practice without trying to improve or even verify their own analysis. Whenever the result is not accurate, they conveniently attribute it to Karma or some sort of will of divinity. They are never wrong because they always say things that are ambiguous and unverifiable, with the sole purpose to scam more money out of the client’s pocket. Those who fall for their scheme often lose a lot more than just money. Some happy couples are torn apart. Others simply do not dare to enter relationship. Some even send their children away for adoption because some fortuneteller tells them that keeping their children in the family could threaten their own lives. All these are, undoubtedly, superstitions, and should be condemned by all.



      The art of fortune telling, especially BaZi, was considered highly valuable in ancient China. Each school of practitioners guarded their knowledge as the top secret. Many of them did so by spreading out false or misleading information so that they can keep the real knowledge within. This is why we are seeing so many false knowledge and superstition in the art of BaZi today. The only way to restore the knowledge to its purest essence is to study it with a scientific and logical attitude. I hope that this book can serve as a beginning of such endeavor.



      The influence of BaZi and Five Element to one’s luck and life, although significant, is never absolute. Learning BaZi helps us understand the influence of the energies around us, but the purposes is to help us better plan our moves, not to make us submissive. We are still the masters of our lives. All we have to do is to incorporate the influence of BaZi as we plan ahead and maintain a proactive attitude.



      Learning BaZi not only gave me the ability to help others, it also helped change my perspective toward life with a more open-minded and inclusive way. I become more interested in the topic of philosophy and life, and more willing to help others. Not only I make constant charity donation from the income of my BaZi practice, I also urge my clients to do the same.



      I would like to thank my wife Hsin-Fen, who co-authored this book with me. Hsin-Fen has been my greatest help throughout the course of my BaZi study. She is a smart lady and is a lot more sensitive in personal interactions than I am. Therefore she can always provide me valuable feedback. A lot of insights and findings that I developed came from her inputs. I always discussed every case with her.



      Since the first edition in Chinese was published, our readers have provided us lots of positive feedbacks. Such recognition is the best reward that drives us forward. We have also received lots of questions from readers (prof.hwang.fortune.telling@gmail.com). We always replied each one of them as best as we could. Many readers even visited us in-person. Some of them come all the way to Taiwan from Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, and Canada. I have always been moved seeing that each of them carrying a copy of this book filled with their footnotes and remarks all over the pages. We really appreciate having such a group of supportive readers.



      The basic principle of BaZi is simple, but applying it into real lives is a highly complicated art. I have the fortune to have a group of students, who identify with my idea of studying BaZi in scientific and logical perspective, and strengthened our course along the way. For that we are thankful.



      This is our first English version. We made a lot of efforts to help English readers cross through the cultural barriers, which could have been the most difficult part for non-Chinese speakers to learn BaZi and perhaps the main reason that BaZi is less known outside the Chinese society. We believe that the principle of BaZi can be learned across cultures and does not need to be lost in translation. With that in mind, we made unprecedented changes such as marking Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches with simple symbols (H1 – H12, E1 – E12) instead of sticking to the Chinese phonetic translations (Jia, Yi, Bing, Ding,…). We also translate the Ten Spirits with the same principle – making it easy to understand for English readers, rather than sticking to the phonetics.



      Anther major effort we made in the English version is adding a number of case examples familiar to our English readers. The original Chinese version contains mostly examples of people in Taiwan. To better relate the art of BaZi to our English readers, we added a number of cases examples of persons familiar to English readers, such as Ernest Hemingway, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jordan, Van Gogh, and the recent presidential campaigns of US (Trump vs. Clinton) and France (Macron vs. Le Pen). We believe that these examples will bring the art of BaZi closer to our English speakers, and prove that the principle of BaZi is universal.



      We are excited to have this book published. We hope you like our book and find the art of BaZi fascinating and look forward to any feedback you may have.

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