The first Yi Jing in Flying Stars Course by Grandmaster Francis Leyau was successfully held in Thailand from 30 Oct 2010 – 31 Oct 2010 together with the assistance of Master Banbit of Thailand. Some of the students came as far as from Russia, Portugal, Australia, Malaysia and Singapore.
Yi Jing in Flying Stars was presented in English by Grandmaster Francis Leyau and was translated to Thai language by our Master’s student Saikarn. Well done Saikarn for your effect!
Have you wonder how Yi Jing helps in the transformation of the 81 combinations to 64 hexagrams to analyze flying Star chart accurately on the incident occurred. This is specially important for a practitioner to be able to note the occurrence in a house using the 81 combinations of the Flying stars. In this course you will learn how to convert the Flying stars combinations to Hexagram and learn to see them as a picture for the correct interpretations! You will be impressed on how well you can relate to the Hexagram at such a short time. This is the once an only chance not to be missed.
Questions to ask yourself if you know Flying Stars:
Do you know that the “flying star” is actually based on “Hexagram” and not “TRIGRAM” to analyze events. And which of the two numbers from the flying star formed the Hexagram?
Do you know when to apply “The early heaven” and “The later heaven” Ba Gua in YI Jing flying feng shui?
When to apply “Sum of 10″ and ” Combo of He Tu” in 81 combinations, Why 3-8 can also be good and Bad at the same time. Why most of the “combo of ten” are bad. Can you tell which pair is good?
Which trigram is 5 represents? it is Yin or Yang? What is the Hexagram for 25 and 52 ,can they be the same?
This November the course will be help in Singapore, for more information please tap here