Much have been said and described of what a BaZi or Destiny Analysis is and can do for you. To start with, why would one be interested to understand one's own life path when he or she is actually living it ?

The truth lies in our quest for answers as to what the future holds for us and hope that this knowledge will be useful to forge a better life for ourselves.

While it takes all sorts to make up this world, there is no one who would be sure enough what tomorrow brings. This uncertaintity leads us to all channels of forecasts and predictions and the focus is always about ME.

One of the most important features of a BaZi analysis is to separate the distinct diffrence between one's character and his or her personality. This recognition will make one understand what one's character brings, why he or she behaves the way they often do which eventually lead to the same resultant. In short, a person's character allows the individual to live out his or her comfort zone which is

very often repaeted, stretched and abused.

How would I describe a person living up to his or her character ?

Four words. "I am like that".

When a person is adamant to live life according to his or her rules only, they will never change, not the rules, not the attitude, not the conditions, not anyone's influence and definitely not the result.

BaZi offers this unique opportunity to look deep into one's character, the good and more imprtantly, the bad aspects. Most people would often say - "No one understands my character better than mysef". The reality is, people only know their good things about themselves and conveniently overlook the bad.

It takes a third party with non-vested interests to point out to you what your flaws are, where you've gone wrong, why you're repeating your mistakes and most importantly, how you can change all that.

Change is a big word and it's easier said than done.

Why should one change when I do not know what's in it for me ? Changes are uncomfortable, disruptive and takes efforts.

As a consultant, this is my job. Make you understand your character and offer you ways and opportunities to change, from bad to good, from negative to positive and from failure to success. I also need to categorise the advantages of You changing from a character into another persona.

Once you adopt the necessary changes, your Character will adapt to a new Personality. With clearly defined benefits and purpose in life.

More than this, a BaZi analysis will layer across many aspects of your life and allows one to comprehend matters relating to work attitudes, relationship matters, health concerns, family ties, outlook in life and the timeliness of all things in this journey with your loved ones.

Read more about what you may get out of a BaZi session. Go on, write your own story.

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Looking for a perfect home for yourself or for the family is a stressful journey.

There is much to consider.

In Singapore, the unique situation is made more complicating due to your preference of homes within certain proximities of schools, caretakers and amenities.

Then come the question of affodability, personal likes, childhood experiences, types and sizes of homes and much more.

This guide is meant to help alleviate your concerns and set aside the many opinions, however well-meaning, that can add to more confusion.

Download this guide to give yourself a leg-up in your hunt for one of your biggest investments in life and avoid the common pitfalls of looking at only the aesthetics of a property.

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There exists a fable that the Cat was considered to be one of the zodiacs in the Chinese calendar system.

As the story goes, the Jade Emperor invited all living things to participate in a race across the river so that he could decide and place one after another to mark time. Knowing his disadvantage given his small size and a poor swimming abilities, the Rat look towards the Ox. The intelligent Rat first convinced the unsuspecting Ox that their collaboration would certainly assure them of the finishing line first. Taking advantage of its sheer strength, the Rat rode on the back of the Ox and upon the finishing line, jumped ahead of the Ox to take the first place.

Another twist to the story was how the Rat actually manipulated to leave the Cat out of place in consideration of his own chances in the twelve animal zodiac system. As the best of companions, both the Rat and the Cat were equally excited and determined to win the race. Knowing his limitations, the Cat knew he must rest to conserve the energies to put up a good fight against the formidable lineup for the race. The Cat entrusted the Rat to wake him up in time for the race while he went into a restful sleep. When the time arrives, the Rat conveniently left the Cat napping while he sneaked himself out for the competition.

Ever since, the image of the Rat is one of a smart but sneaky and manipulating animal. The relationship will forever be immortalized as the Cat chasing the Rat for an unsettled score.

In reality, do you know that the symbolism of the Cat actually exists in a calendar system ?

Vietnam, given its proximity and influence with China and its culture, adopts a similar lunisolar calendar system.

While most of the calaulation, system, methodology and rebuses relating to Chinese culture and heritage remain intact, the phonetics crisscrossing between the two languages can be blurred. One such interpretation seems to touch upon the fourth zodiac sign of the Rabbit in the Chinese calendar.

The Chinese character for Rabbit [兔] is 'tu' (in the fourth consonant) but the classical or archaic Chinese word for it is [卯] 'mao' (in the third consonant), which is commonly used to describe the Rabbit in metaphysics terms.

As with some other Chinese characters, the Vietnamese relied upon phonetics to express complicating words into hybrids or compounds of phono-semantic versions for daily use.

It is believed that the character [卯] used to describe the Rabbit was then compared to a similar sounding character of the Cat or 'Con Meo' (the 'Meo' suspiciously sounding like a 'meow' of a Cat) in Vietnamese.

Since the beginning of the Vietnamese zodiac system, the fourth animal symbol of the Rabbit in the Chinese system is the equivalent of the Cat in Vietnam.