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What is Astrology

Astrology, the Science of stars, is the study of the movements and relationships of the planets and earth. Astrologers believe that the combination of elements such as, houses and angles, constellation objects, positions of the Sun, Moon, planets and earth at the time of a person’s birth have a direct influence on the person’s character and destiny. Astrology falls under the category of Metaphysics.

There is no single unified theory or practice of astrology. In ancient, different cultures practiced their own forms of astrology, some of which combined and evolved into today’s common western astrology. Eastern cultures continue to practice their own forms of astrology: Chinese, Vedic and Tibetan astrology are among the most well-known.

Astrology helps you to understand yourself, it provides guidance to why you’re attracted to some people, and repelled by or indifferent to others. It helps you to take conflicts less to heart, and also show potential clashes to watch out for. It can help you to see a clearer picture and see these conflicts as challenges that help you to grow.

Astrology can give you a deeper understanding of all your relationships, with bosses, siblings, parents, children, friends and partners. Comparing with each other’s birth charts can bring your attention to areas where your natures could come into conflicts. Astrology also shows where karma is being played out, with hard but necessary lessons.

The sun sign is usually what you are known to according to your birth dates like if you are a Capricorn or an Aquarius, being born between Dec to Jan or Jan to Feb of any year. The moon and rising sun are what kind of sun sign you are deep within and how you react to external events. To discover yourself more, there are a lot of free online birth charts generator which you can use.


Synchronicity : There are no coincidences

The term Synchronicity is coined by Carl Jung, to express a concept that belongs to him. It is about acausal connection of two or more psycho-physic phenomena.

“Synchronicity is the coming together of inner and outer events in a way that cannot be explained by cause and effect and that is meaningful to the observer.”
– Carl Jung

This concept was inspired to him by a patient’s case. The patient dreamt of a golden scarab – cetonia aurata the previous night before the psychotherapy session, and at the moment she was describing to him her dream, a real insect hits against Carl Jung’s window. Jung caught it and discovered surprisingly that it was a golden-green colored scarab; a very rare presence at that period in the particular place.

In his book Synchronicity, Carl Jung wrote: “Synchronicity is no more baffling or mysterious than the discontinuities of physics. It is only the ingrained belief in the sovereign power of causality that creates intellectual difficulties and makes it appear unthinkable that causeless events exist or could ever exist. But if they do, then we must regard them as creative acts, as the continuous creation of a pattern that exists from all eternity, repeats itself sporadically, and is not derivable from any known antecedents.”

Synchronicity is the law of universe. We are all connected by unknown forces in the universe. A significant coincidence is when the universe is talking to you. When the universe “speaks”, listen. Listening and being ready to receive creates amazing synchronicity. Look carefully for opportunities. Be a participant.

Synchronicity is like a mirror, whatever you believe will be reflected back at you. If you do not believe, then you cannot see it. Your brain would not process information that it does not expect to see. If you agree with the law of synchronicity then you connect more deeply and send out a stronger ripple effect of your message, which creates more synchronicity and coincidences in your favor. This is because you are in harmony with what you seek.

The more deeply you connect, the more synchronicity you will experience. Be open to what you receive, this often turns out to be better than what you expected. Synchronicity tends to happen when it is needed. Be responsive to them, put your logical self on hold. Pay attention to your inner feelings.

When you predict an event you automatically increase the chances of it happening. But when you really believe something is going to happen, then you create certainty. By believing you add psychic energy to the event. Believing is the hardest part. If you can overcome this, you become invincible.

According to the law of physics, energy and matter cannot be created or destroyed. Your thoughts are energy and thus, can never be destroyed. In physics, “The Observer Effect“ is when your mind observes something, you change that something. Therefore, You make the future happen. You are the creator of your destiny.

Synchronicity, applies to phenomena from the area of parapsychology, prevision and premonition, to I Ching, to astrology and many other borderline fields. It is also present in psychotherapy. Several psychoanalysts noted certain strange coincidences in which their patients received information about them by extra-sensory ways. This is also part of Metaphysics of what we know today.

7 Chakras

7 Chakras for beginners

The 7 Chakras are the energy centers in our body in which energy flows through. The word ‘Chakra’ is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning ‘wheel’. It means ‘Wheel of spinning Energy’ when literally translated from the Hindi. A Chakra is like a whirling, vortex like, powerhouse of energy.

The 7 Chakras are aligned with the spine, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. To visualize a Chakra in the body, imagine the energy where matter and consciousness meet. This invisible energy, called Prana, is the vital life force, which keeps us vibrant, healthy, and alive. The Chakras are charged and recharged through contact with the stream of cosmic energy in the atmosphere in much the same way that your home is connected to a central power source within a city.

Sometimes Chakras are blocked because of stress, emotional or physical problems. If the body’s ‘energy’ can not flow freely it is likely that problems will occur. The consequence of irregular energy flow may result in physical illness and discomfort or a sense of being mentally and emotionally out of balance. So it is important to understand what each of the 7 chakras represents and what we can do to keep this energy flow freely.

Root Chakra – The Muladhara Chakra

It’s color is red and is the Chakra closest to Earth. It is located at the base of our spine, in the tailbone area. This Chakra is associated with our legs, colon, large intestine and adrenal glands.

It represents our foundation of physical survival and feeling of being grounded. Blockage of this Root Chakra may manifest paranoia, fear, procrastination and defensiveness.

Navel Chakra – The Svadhisthana Chakra

It’s color is orange. It is located between the base of your spine and your navel. This Chakra is associated with our lower abdomen, kidneys, bladder, circulatory system and your reproductive organs and glands.

It represents desire, pleasure, sexuality, procreation and creativity. It is our connection and ability to accept others and new experiences. Blockage may manifests as emotional problems, compulsive or obsessive behavior and sexual guilt.

Solar Plexus Chakra – The Manipura Chakra

It’s color is yellow. It is located a few inches above the navel in the upper abdomen, stomach area.
This Chakra is associated with our digestive system, muscles, pancreas and adrenals.

It represents our emotions, feelings of personal power, sensitivity, ambition and ability to achieve. It is our ability to be confident and in control of our lives. Blockage may manifest as anger, frustration, lack of direction or a sense of victimization.

Heart Chakra – The Anahata Chakra

It’s color is green. It is located in the center of chest just above the heart. This Chakra is associated with our lungs and heart.

It is the center of love, compassion, harmony and peace. It is our ability to love. Blockage can cause lungs and heart problems, or manifest inhumanity, lack of compassion or unprincipled behavior.

Throat Chakra – The Vishuddha Chakra

It’s colour is blue. It is located in the throat. This Chakra is associated with our neck, shoulders, thyroid and parathyroid glands.

It represents communication, creativity, self-expression, judgement, senses of inner and outer hearing, the synthesizing of ideas, healing, transformation and purification. It is our ability to communicate. Blockage can show up as creative blocks, dishonesty or general problems in communicating ones needs to others.

Third Eye Chakra – The Ajna Chakra

It’s colour is Indigo. It is located at the center of your eyebrows. This Chakra is associated with inner vision, intuition and wisdom.

This Chakra is our ability to focus and see the big picture. Blockage may manifest problems like lack of foresight, mental rigidity, ‘selective’ memory and depression.

Crown Chakra – The Sahaswara Chakra

It’s colour is violet. It is located at the top of your head. It is associated with the cerebral cortex, central nervous system and the pituitary gland.

It represents understanding, acceptance and bliss. It is said to be the Chakra of Divine purpose and personal destiny. It is our ability to be fully connected spiritually. Blockage can manifest as psychological problems.

Metaphysics - The rule of Universe

What is Metaphysics?

Metaphysics is the foundation of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as “being”, “knowing”, “identity”, “time”, and “space”. It attempts to clarify the fundamental notions by which people understand the world, e.g., The existence, objects’ properties, Time and Space, Cause and Effect, and all possibilities.

The basic nature of the body, mind and emotions is related to how we perceive the physical world. This can now be measured and observed using instruments and technology that could not be imagined in Aristotle’s time or any of the other big names (Confucius, Mencius, Kant) in philosophy.

Modern days Quantum mechanics and quantum physics have added new dimensions to what we now call metaphysical science, providing us with tested and proven models that demonstrate how our physical world is not really physical.

Neuroscience and consciousness studies have shown how the world we experience as physical is created by our thought and feeling in the mind. Worldwide endeavors such as The Intention Experiment and The Global Coherence Initiative are demonstrating the impact of human thought and emotion upon our planet and each other.

Chinese Metaphysics

Chinese metaphysics is a constituent part of Taoism, a philosophy based on Qi, the energy – the principle of the Yin & Yang balance and the theory of 5 elements. Therefore, the ancient Chinese sciences like Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, Face Reading, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as well as I Ching divination all represent parts of the very same knowledge.

For thousands of years the Chinese have been observing nature, researching how it affects the man and his life. The Chinese understand that our destiny consists of the following 3 parts, The Heaven, The Earth and The Human. (天, 地, 人)

  1. Heaven Luck (天) is what the universe gives us at the time of our birth. It is the inscription of our life path, our potentials as well as our life lessons and destiny.
  2. Earth Luck (地) is represented by our surrounding environment, the energy that is generated by the landscape of the Earth.
  3. Human Luck (人) is the vital energy, the life force within every human being.

A human being can affect his or her own vital energy by self-cultivation, healthy lifestyle, positive thinking, meditation and rising of own awareness. Feng Shui (风水) knowledge and the understanding of nature’s energy can influence the Earth Fortune. The only Luck that cannot be affected by human is Heaven Fortune, representing a third of our destiny.

The ancient Chinese astrologers developed the knowledge of I Ching that can be applied as a tool to foresee the events in one’s life, identify the repetitive causes, determine and locate favorable periods for action and also discover and unveil one’s talents and potential.

Chinese Astrology is NOT about fortune telling, it is counseling aiming to lead us to a better understanding of (one’s) life, life situations and life lessons.

Indian Metaphysics


Sāṃkhya is an ancient system of Indian philosophy based on a dualism involving the ultimate principles of consciousness and matter. Its method was most influential on the development of Early Buddhism.

The Sāmkhya is an enumerationist philosophy whose epistemology accepts three of six pramanas (proofs) as the only reliable means of gaining knowledge. These include pratyakṣa (perception), anumāṇa (inference) and śabda (āptavacana, word/testimony of reliable sources).

Samkhya is known for its theory of guṇas (qualities, innate tendencies). Guṇa, it states, are of three types:

  1. Sattva being good, compassionate, illuminating, positive, and constructive.
  2. Rajas is one of activity, chaotic, passion, impulsive, potentially good or bad.
  3. Tamas being the quality of darkness, ignorance, destructive, lethargic, negative.

Everything, all life forms and human beings, have these three guṇas, but in different proportions. The interplay of these guṇas defines the character of someone or something, of nature and determines the progress of life.

The Samkhya theory of guṇas was widely discussed, developed and refined by various schools of Indian philosophies, including Buddhism.


Realization of the nature of Self-identity is the principal object of the Vedanta system of Indian metaphysics. In the Upanishads, self-consciousness is not the first-person indexical self-awareness or the self-awareness which is self-reference without identification, and also not the self-consciousness which as a kind of desire is satisfied by another self-consciousness. It is Self-realisation; the realisation of the Self consisting of consciousness that leads all else.

Part of this article is extracted from Wikipedia.

baby's name

Why your baby’s name matters

The Chinese know that choosing the baby’s name is an important decision. After all, it will affect their child for the rest of his or her life. There are services available to take the stress out of parents, when making this selection and this is now a trend in the western countries as well.

According to Huffington Post Canada, people are willing to pay USD$29,000 for their baby’s name – and this is a process which will take around two to three weeks.
The agency offering this service at the above mentioned price uses the naming methods which involve combing through a name’s history to make sure it doesn’t have an “aggravating past” or any ties to brands.

In ancient Chinese history, I Ching, the “Book of Changes” also contains information on the importance of baby’s name, and how the name can influence the fate and fortune of the child. The calculation method to get the name is accordance to the birth date and time.

At Tulipa Xanadu, we offer I Ching baby naming services for parents as well as adults who want to change their names. As we understand the importance of having a good name, to ensure a smooth sailing path in life, we take care and make efforts of drawing and calculating EACH and EVERY Chinese characters for our future pillars of the world.

If you want your child to have a great start in life, a WELL-INVESTED name could save your child from hard-knocks later in his or her life. What is this small amount of investment compare to the cost of failures in raising or parenting your child?

Tulipa Xanadu Baby Name Selection Report, is a full 4 pages detailed report including, Birth chart, favourables and unfavourables, overview of character analysis, life, career, wealth, and family relationship analysis, as well as selection of up to 10 Chinese names.

Please note that we need at least 1 week to deliver this report to you as we need time for manual calculations of each of the Chinese characters, and to ensure we do not make any mistakes or take your newborn’s life lightly.

life and fate

Factors which affect Life and Fate

Fate includes two meanings. The first is life, and that is, by the date and time of birth permutations that reflect good and bad fortune. Second is Luck, at every stage of a person’s life, traversed by a combination of Luck, constitutes the different life and luck of a person. So what are the factors affecting the life and fate of a person?

Feng Shui

Feng Shui can affect a person’s degree of wealth and rank, if you have the wealth in your life, Feng Shui can make you wealthier, such as from a few million into tens of millions. These things carry messages in synchronization, for a person in bad luck, you are able to tell from his birth chart, Feng Shui and Name. We will never be able to see a person in bad luck with a good Feng Shui phenomenon, and in other words, if a person is lucky, they often are able to find a good Feng Shui place of a residence.

Social and Environment

Here it refers to the different locations in the same Era.For example, for the same official luck in birth chart, the person may become an official in China but, in other democratic countries, this person could be a manager of an enterprise. Wealth luck in the birth chart, if you are living in the city, it could mean that you have more wealth and if you are living in the country, it could mean that you may harvest a few more bags when compared to others.


The same person, born thousands of years ago in ancient times, or born today, or even after thousands of years in the future, there is a difference in fate. There is also a huge difference, even if its only a difference in a few years. For example, in ancient society, if there are a few storeys within a house, it could be one of the best architecture building, but in modern society, it could be a common architecture building. Therefore, when analysing on life and fate, it should not be separated from the Era, and the same birth chart in different Eras have different fate.

Birth Chart

The year, month, day and time of birth together form the birth chart, Bazi of a person. Bazi is based on the relationship between the Day Master and the other heavenly stems and earthly branches within the four pillars, combined with the controlling or producing relationships with decade luck and yearly luck. At the same time, reference to other various factors like God Killings, to predict the circumstances of life. The year, month, day and time of Birth reflect the base of the fate of a person’s life.


The Name has hidden influencing information, which can influence the personality, health, marriage, wealth and career luck of a person. Life is made from the heaven and unfortunately, we are not able to change it; Name can determine good and bad luck, and it is man-made. Having a good name is a treasure and a good name will bring good luck.

Do good and accumulate merit

A person doing good and an evil person both have a disaster, and the good man could be having a minor illness, while the evil person will have a serious illness; Doing good may not resolve all the disasters, but it can reduce disasters to the minimum, and can increase good fortune.

Working hard

There are many ways of working hard, keep a good attitude in daily life. Choose clothings with favourable colours, or accessories or choose to develop in favourable location and use more of favourable numbers. Choose the person whose birth chart consists of your favourable elements as your spouse.

Qi Men Dun Jia

Understand the History of Qi Men Dun Jia

Qi Men Du Jia, is classified as an Imperial study of the highest level of divination classics, in both ancient and modern times. It is China’s most valued and treasured divination study. The main reason why it is being held in highest esteem, is because it can help one defeat the enemy and achieve greatest winnings thousands miles away.

The source of Qi Men Dun Jia begins from a fairy tale, of about 8 thousands of years ago. And later in the Zhou dynasty, Jiang Tai Gong used it to defeat the king of Zhou and updated the book to 72 plots. It was later passed on to Zhang Liang, from Huang Shi elder, and Zhang Liang has updated the 72 plots to 118 plots. This is the Qi Men Dun Jia that we are seeing now.

Legend has it that the revolution war led by Mao Ze Dong, who is China’s hero and also world hero, used Qi Men Dun Jia to achieve victory. It is recorded in 1947, Mao Ze Dong at the time he decided to leave Yan An, Zhou En and his army persuaded Mao to leave as soon as possible, but Mao said he has something to do now. At that time, the Kuomintang army has already reached the land on the other side of the river and Mao is not bothered and continued with his matters. When Mao was finally done with his work, his group of armies thought it is time to leave but, Mao did not do so. Instead, he stood at the top of the rock at the river and looked over at the enemy. After some time, he finally said, “It is time to leave” and walked steadily away right under the nose of Chiang Kai-shek’s army.

This is something for us to think about. What was Mao doing at the time and what was he thinking? Was it like Qi Men Dun Jia strategy? He was selecting time and space before action. There are too many interesting stories surrounding Mao and according to his biography, he had been a librarian and left no books unread. With his intellect, it is no wonder how I Ching will become under his wisdom.

5 elements of nature

Five elements

The Five elements of the I Ching, book of changes, is the most basic introductory knowledge, but if you can research them thoroughly, you will know that it is not that easy. Our world is full of rules and regulations, we have five senses, five organs, five kinds of emotions, and so it is called the world of five elements.

In I Ching, book of changes, it follows law of the rules and relationships of the five elements, to explore the law of things in life. The relationships between the five elements are complicated, there are transformation and producing relationships, restraining and controlling relationships, combination relationships, punishment relationships, harmful relationships, but in summary, it is the producing and controlling relationships of the Five elements.

The Five elements theory is a conclusion from our ancestors through their life practices; They think that the universe is made up of the Five elements, metal, wood, water, fire and earth, and they appear in different forms and have different reactions on different things.

Five Colors: Blue, Red, Yellow, White, Black

Five Sound (Pentatonic): A, U, O, I, E

Five Flavours: Sour, Bitter, Sweet, Spicy, Salty

Five Organs: Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung, Kidney

Five Emotions: Pleasure, Joy, Desire, Anger, Sadness

Five Virtues: Benevolence, Propriety (in demeanor), Good Faith (Truth), Uprightness of Mind (Purity or righteousness), and Wisdom (Knowledge or enlightenment)

The so-called Five elements producing and controlling relationships, is actually, transformation is equivalent to producing in, controlling is equivalent to restraining;

The order of the five elements producing in relationships: Wood produce Fire, Fire produce Earth, Earth produce Metal, Metal produce Water, and Water produce Wood;

The order of the five elements controlling in relationships: Wood control Earth, Earth control Water, Water control Fire, Fire control Metal, and Metal control Wood;

The bearing of the five elements and their colors:

East belongs to Wood, and represents Green and Blue-Green;

West belongs to Metal, and represents Pure White, Cream White and Silver;

South belongs to Fire, and represents Red, Pink, and warm colors;

North belongs to Water, and represents black, dark blue, and cool colors;

The intersection of Wood, Metal, Fire, Water is Earth, and it represents Yellow, the color in the center of the transition of all the five elements.