We are all connected to the universe in many ways, up to the point that the position of the planets and stars in the universe on the day and time that we are born, affects our life.
If the day and time that we are born affects our whole existence wouldn’t it be logical to say that the day and time we engage into any activity affects the outcome of that activity? Even those that don’t know astrology have somehow answered YES, otherwise we wouldn’t hear phrases like “Time is of the essence” or “Do the right thing at the right time”.
But how do we actually know if the time is right? It is easy, just relying on the Chinese who based on observations of the universe and empirical research came up with a system known as Date Selection or ZeRi, which correlates patterns of energy with events.
According to Chinese metaphysics, nothing in the universe occurs randomly, there are patterns of energy that can be tracked, calculated and pre-determined. Those patterns of energy are the foundation of the Art of Date Selection that encourages to start an activity at a point in time when the energy is the most conducive for that activity.
The practice of Date Selection has been in place since the era before Christ, it was originally used to plan agricultural and war related activities but it has progressed along the evolution of society, and now it is applied to activities like starting a business, placing a law suit, investing, moving into a new house or a new office, listing a property for sale, starting medical treatment, attending a job interview, starting a new job, opening an establishment, launching a product, submitting a proposal, commencing a construction, getting married, giving birth through a C-section, and so on.
Bottom line not all days are created equal so not all days carry the same type of energy. Some days are good for somethings, some days are good for other things and some days are not good for anything.
According to Chinese metaphysics, everything in the universe takes place under the context of the Cosmic Trinity: Heaven, Man and Earth. When the three realms are taken in consideration is the only time when the results are the best. Earth primarily refers to location, man primarily refers to human action and heaven primarily refers to time, which denotes a specific date and time when a pre-determined planetary or star alignment is in place.
The art of Date Selection starts with the Chinese Almanac or Tong Shu, a book produced annually, containing the Chinese calendar and a color code to identify the good days and the bad days. If you read Chinese and you understand the way the Tong Shu is written you could eventually figure out the generic good dates and bad dates but real date selection involves personalization: The date is not only generically good, it is also good for the activity to be performed and good for the person developing the activity. This is the reason why real date selection requires a thorough analysis and it has to take in consideration the BaZi birth chart of the person. Once we take into account all these factors we realize that there are not that many good days in a month or in a year and there might not be any good days in a week so it is important to plan ahead.
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