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Astrology – a group of descriptive and predictive practices, traditions, and beliefs that postulate the impact of celestial bodies on the terrestrial world and man (on his temperament, personality, actions, and destiny), as well as the possibility of predicting the future according to the movement and location of celestial bodies in the celestial sphere relative to one other.


BaZi or the Four Pillars of DestinyArrow Icon
BaZi or the Four Pillars of Destiny – ancient Chinese art and one of the most accurate predictive systems available. Literally translates to "eight symbols", as represented by one of five elements representing time in Yin and Yang forms. The BaZi chart is formulated, that is, it creates an energy portrait of a person according to their date of birth, where the year, month, day, and hour are translated into the Four Pillars. Per this ancient teaching, each person receives a set of certain traits, qualities, and abilities at the moment of birth, i.e. a certain set of energies. This, in turn, determines the person’s fate, which can be observed in their individual BaZi chart. Unlike standard astrological forecasts, which only predict future events and trends, the Four Pillars of Fate allow for the correction of, if not the trends themselves, at least their impact on a person’s life. One of the tools for accomplishing this is Feng Shui.


Feng ShuiArrow Icon
Feng Shui – Eastern teaching about the correct and useful organization of space. It is also the science of organizing inner harmony, finding peace of mind, attracting money, love, and success. With the help of Feng Shui, you can choose the best place for building a house or for a burial site, the correct layout, etc. The goal of Feng Shui is to search for favorable Qi energy flows and use them for the benefit of a person and to achieve a balance in energies.
The Five ElementsArrow Icon
The Five Elements – according to the Eastern horoscope, all creatures and objects on Earth are composed of five basic elements: Earth, Wood, Fire, Metal, and Water. They are understood in the same way as the various stages of development, which proceed in five phases in the transformations of heaven, earth, and man. Namely: 1. Wood – to shape. For example, a daily routine with dignity, constancy, and serenity; 2. Fire – to light. For example, to set a goal and to realize it in a grandiose way, with energy, dynamics, and the willingness to fight; 3. Earth – to strengthen, create stability and balance, with care, precision, perseverance, constancy; 4. Metal – to shape, with limited willingness to take risks, to act frankly, fairly, objectively. It is also evening energy, discretion, yielding; 5. Water – to liberate. This is the end of the cycle and the anticipation of the new, caution, fruitfulness, thoughtful work, and a tendency to dream. Element interaction rules: 1. Wood gives rise to Fire and is destroyed by Metal. 2. Fire gives rise to Earth and is destroyed by Water. 3. Earth gives rise to Metal and is destroyed by Wood. 4. Metal gives rise to Water and is destroyed by Fire. 5. Water gives rise to Wood and is destroyed by Earth. It is these relationships that are used to interpret a person’s fate, as well as the favorability of a particular year, day, or month. The compatibility of two people is also determined this way.


Hrit Padma ChakraArrow Icon
Hrit Padma Chakra – the psychoenergetic center in the subtle body of a person, which is the place of intersection of the Nadi channels through which Prana (life energy) flows. It is also frequently an object of concentration in the practices of Tantra and Yoga.


KarmaArrow Icon
Karma – a universal law of cause-and-effect, according to which a person's righteous or sinful actions determine his or her fate, such as the suffering or pleasure that he or she experiences. Karma is what underlies the causal series called the Samsara, and is used primarily to understand interconnections that go beyond one’s existence. ### The two primary functions of Karma: 1. Allows one to feel and understand the energies of past lives, which could be misinterpreted and "preserved" in the Karmic code of the soul; 2. Helps one to learn important lessons from which one failed to derive the ‘pearls of wisdom’ during previous incarnations. These two functions are inextricably linked to one another. Sooner or later, we learn that karmic lessons contribute to the return of our energy and parts of the soul. Everyone's karmic code includes: - hidden memories of past events; - emotional reactions and experience of events, such as joy, delight, rejection, and fear; - important conclusions that are drawn from strong emotions. They usually concern a person's dignity, worth, and perceived power and authority of others; - sickness, injuries to the body, and conclusions that have been drawn based on these circumstances; - readiness to receive lessons through wisdom and personal development, connection with one's own spiritual truth, and its expression in life.
Karma YogaArrow Icon
Karma Yoga (Karma Marga) – is a doctrine based on the person’s fate. Through practice, a person learns to control their fate so that any of their actions have a direct impact on their Karma. It can be thought of as a piggy bank that stores good and bad deeds that a person commits during his or her life. This teaching is based on 3 fundamental principles: 1. One’s work must concentrate on the actions rather than to get a specific result. It is necessary to learn to be as impartial, and even indifferent, as possible to one’s successes and failures. 2. It is necessary to be diligent in one’s work, but not overzealous. 3. Having successfully completed the work, one should forget about the final result and accept the fact that the work was done with the help of the Almighty.


Lilith or the Black Moon CycleArrow Icon
Lilith or the Black Moon Cycle — a 9-year cycle. Lilith is a virtual point in the sky people are tempted by. While the White Moon reveals all the brightest within us, the Black Moon exposes our darkest side. All ages that are multiples of 9 years, such as 9, 18, 27, etc., are considered the Black Moon ages. At this time, Black Moon manifestations awaken in people, even if they are not under the control of Lilith. But it does not manifest itself in everyone. Most frequently it appears in those in whom Lilith influences other planets in the natal chart. A person might feel the Black Moon's effect for the very first time at the age of 9. At this age, parents must keep a close eye on their child's actions, as he or she may begin to lie, steal, or betray friends. All children are completely innocent and pure before they reach the age of nine. The next Lilith manifestation, at the age of 18, could be more destructive, since this is the age of first independent decisions and hormonal outbursts. At the age of 27, Lilith's influence on people is quite calm. It has the most dangerous effect on people at 36 and 45.


Ḿoksha or múktiArrow Icon
Ḿoksha or múkti – liberation from the cycle of rebirth and death (Samsara) and from all suffering and limitations of material existence.


NadíArrow Icon
Nadí – translates to "channel" or "pipe" from Sanskrit. According to yoga concepts, vital energy called prana, moves through these channels. Although the number of these channels in a given person is not known for certain as different sources give different numbers, the most popular opinion is that the number of nadis is 72,000.
NumerologyArrow Icon
Numerology – a science that studies the influence of numbers on a person's life, as well as any belief in religious, esoteric, or mystical connections between numbers and the future or personality of a person. Numerology deals with the study of the numerical value of letters in words, names, and ideas. It is often associated with paranormal studies, astrology, and other types of divination.


PranaArrow Icon
Prana – an analogous term to Chinese philosophy’s Qi, or the energy of life in Indian philosophy, thanks to which the body and mind live and function. Humans can control the body and the mind by controlling their Prana.


Qi Men Dun JiaArrow Icon
Qi Men Dun Jia (Qimen Dunjia) – an ancient Chinese technique based on calculating the distribution of beneficial Qi energy in time and space. Unlike Feng Shui, which allows one to attract favorable Qi energy into an apartment (house) with the help of certain formulas, utilizing the Miraculous Gateway Qi Men Dun Jia technique allows one to move at the right time and in the right direction, which helps achieve fast and powerful results in all areas of your life. This art can also be used to solve problems in business, personal relationships, study, or to climb the career ladder.
QiArrow Icon
Qi – life energy. The literal translation of Qi is “ether”. This energy is as real as anything material. Although you cannot touch it, you can learn to control it and even feel it. Qi moves in all living organisms.


SamsaraArrow Icon
Samsara – the cycle of rebirth and death in the worlds guided by karma and one of the fundamental concepts in Indian philosophy: a soul drowning in the "ocean of Samsara" seeks liberation (Moksha) by getting rid of the results of its past actions (Karma), which are part of the "Samsara network". In most traditions and philosophical schools, Samsara is viewed as an unfavorable position from which one must escape.
Sins of a Past LifeArrow Icon
Sins of a past life (incarnation) – actions committed by the Soul in past incarnations, which violate the laws of karma, harm others, and are recorded in the subconsciousness. Only after working out these sins, is it possible to get out of the circle of rebirth and death, also known as the wheel of Samsara.


TantraArrow Icon
Tantra – a general term for esoteric Indian traditions, represented mainly in Buddhism, Bon, and Hinduism. It also refers to special secret practices and initiations that lead to liberation and spiritual development.
TaronumerologyArrow Icon
Taronumerology – a method of numerology that associates each Tarot card of both the Major and Minor Arcanas with a specific number. Understanding this connection helps to better comprehend the meaning of each card.


Yin and YangArrow Icon
Yin and Yang – two concepts from the ancient Chinese teachings of Taoism, which are described as opposite, yet complementary, principles. Yin corresponds to the feminine, passive, receiving, giving and caring, non-creative, denying principle. It includes the Earth, Moon, shadows, and nighttime, as well as even numbers. Yang corresponds to the masculine, active, functioning, dynamic, nascent and productive, creative, affirming principle. It includes the Sun and light, sky, and the daytime, as well as odd numbers.


Code of SamsaraArrow Icon
Code of Samsara – the place occupied by the soul in the mathematical model of reincarnation. Each of the 53 steps is responsible for specific tasks, characteristics, and lessons for the soul. The step model moves along a spiral path, where the steps are arranged in the form of a helix, like a spiral staircase. This methodology is based on Robert Lee Camp’s theory on the Cards of Destiny, which is an ancient esoteric teaching that originates from ancient Egyptian numerology where ordinary playing cards become a fortune-telling tool. According to this system, every day of the year is signified by one of the fifty-two cards of the deck. December 31 is ruled by the Joker, but this card is usually not given much attention. The fact is that the Joker combines the properties of all the deck’s cards means that it is impossible to determine how the person will behave in a given situation. Other cards are attributed to one or more days in the year. This system defines our karmic destiny as a life path that we have predetermined in the past.