As always, I feel very excited when I want to start teaching another Bazi class. During the journey of learning Bazi, it has changed my life in many ways positively.
I’m interested in the art of Bazi since young, because this is a tool that helps me to get glimpse of another person life. Yes, I’m a busybody then, and am still is. During my younger days, I was a very shy person to a point of being afraid of approaching people. This knowledge helps to bring people to me because people are curious too.
But the shyness has stayed with me long enough that it has become a bad habit. When I’m shy and nervous, I usually act indifferent and oblivious to people and surrounding. I’ll stay quiet and pretend I don’t see you. With the help of Bazi I find that I have slowly and unconsciously make changes. Still changing.
In 2006 I took my first BaZi class, thinking that it will never be anything more than a hobby. Admittedly, with my budget and income I considered what I paid for the course was pricey but it worth every penny.
It was not the easiest learning journey but it helps me understand myself better, and helps me made certain decision that brings me to where I am now, where I want to be and where I want to go in the future.
Like any normal working girl, I found myself caught in a 9 to 5 job, and I felt that I didn’t contribute meaningful energy and work then. So to say simply, it was boring, and the quality of work I turned out had run in between good to mediocre, and mediocre to bad. However, I’m very grateful that I took up the Bazi course at this juncture because it helps me see that my journey in this job was ending, and I got to make a move. They say when you do the right thing; good people will appear to lend you a hand and bad people will push you so you make your journey to your destination faster. Looking back, I did meet a lot of helpful people. I have met a few cranky fellows who liked to challenge what I’ve learned too. Somehow, I blocked those negative people like what I do when I’m shy – being oblivious!
You attract those who have similar experience with you – a mirror image. This is very true. I have a friend who complained about her working problems every day. I have experienced exactly the same situation and gone through similar feeling too. With Bazi, I began to understand and know solving the problem must come from me and not others. Problems always start-off seemingly from the creation of others. However, whatever happens to you continuously in a same cycle is an indication that you need to reflect on how you handle a situation. As you move up another level, people who still in that situation will drop out from your life or you’ll find little time for them as you began to see that their constant grievances are actually a big excuse. I only understand this when I find the way to live the life I love now.
So I feel Bazi is primary tool for find the purpose of your life through understanding yourself, and knowing your skills and talents. Guesstimating events that take place in your life is secondary. When you know what you want, you’ll know what action to take. You are in control of the events that going to happen in your life too.
This is the reason why I’m so excited about teaching Bazi. I have not just study Bazi, it is part of my experience in life. It was a wonderful feeling to know that I could make a positive impact on people’s lives as how it changes me.
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