占卦 Free iChing Reading Consultation


占 zhan has a few meanings divine, account and so on. The meaning that I used in this context is observe.
卦 refers to the 64 hexagrams found in the book of change; iChing.

When you place the two Chinese character together means to observe change. Our ancient ancestors have founded a philosophy system to seek direction in life.

  1. Identify the problem. Asking the right questions.

  2. Observe the situation. Who, What, Which, When, How?

  3. Adopt a new perspective. What change can be anticipated through iChing reading?

  4. Create an opening. How can I turn this change into my opportunity?

Note that a few things we do not analyze in using iChing:

  • Things that you cannot change.

  • Things that you know the outcome.

  • Things that have no way of knowing the outcome.

  • Things that do not relate to you.

  • Things that are morally wrong.

If you have some burning questions, you may direct message me on my Facebook or email. I will have the rights to answer your question.

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Do not ask urgent or life and death situations. Please seek relevant professional help.

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Do not abuse this opportunity.

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Disclaimer: I will not bear any responsibility for your actions after my gift of advice. They serve as an alternative perspective for you to make a better judgment.

If you are agreeable to my conditions, let’s work together. My email is jasonchan@wonyanconsult.com.

Please email me in the format:

  • Your name

  • Date of Birth & Country

  • Your situation

  • Your question

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JASON CHAN

I am not your usual geomancer. I put effort into where the heart matters most.

My passion didn't started as a business idea. It began with a curious mind.  Feng Shui is not a religion. It is a lifestyle where we work, sleep, eat, and cook matters in the flow of energy.