Here we are again. Welcome to a land I call, “DoubtMyself Land.” Have you ever been here? Be prepared because DoubtMyself Land has no Gas, Food or Lodging. What it can prepare you for is a way to leave you questioning and feeling yourself immobilized. Do you every feel that you are stuck and looking for direction? Look no further, to begin your journey I suggest you consult The Almanac of the Soul.
Very few of us have the opportunity to witness brilliant people in their prime. (At least in the Bazi Suan Ming world of things.) I know I “have the luck” when events like this occur. I refer to these people as “mad scientist” brilliant. [read: in the loving and kind sort of way of the mad scientist] and I really do mean...brilliant. They are almost ‘monastic’ in their ways. They throw caution to the wind and let the dendrites in their brain form. They are in their craft and they build upon it. In public, most of the time, the Bazi master finds themselves surrounded by a crowd that resembles a paparazzi of sorts-which really defeats the purpose of this artist’s gift(s) to the world. I had the privilege to host Dr. Manfred Kubny, Ph.D., a bonafide Bazi Master. In most Bazi circles, many Asian Bazi masters consider him the #1 non-AsianBazi expert in the world. Dr. Kubny is a trained Sinlogist, and Chinese Classics linguist. He reads and translates Chinese classics. This is his “day job.” By night, he enters the Bazi. He is a professor at a university in Berlin, Germany. He trained for eight years under two Bazi masters in Taiwan in the 1970s and early 1980s. He visited Portland, Oregon recently to teach an advanced seminar on the Bazi SuanMing. My family and I had the opportunity to host him and I got to ‘soak up the Bazi SuanMing.’
Manfred Kubny, Bazi Expert
After Dr. Kubny’s second day here, all I could do was see Bazi table after Bazi table, chart after chart and look at the different classes of clash, combine and destroy elements in a birth chart. It was exhilarating and challenging all at the same time. This is what I learned: