My Transformation With Chinese Metaphysics玄學。我的改變
文 / 林恩宇 女士 Written by: Mdm Lin En Yu
一兩年前，自己遇到諸多不順心的事， 心情甚糟，迷失了自己，迷失了方向，生活過得一塌糊塗。偶然發現身邊的人蠻多都會做這類看家居風水、改名字、 看八字、流年運程的事情。心想生活既然糟透了，試一試也無妨。可我又很在意這準確性，真的不想隨便找個不知曉的師父。結果就在機緣巧合下，通過我姐的介紹，我有幸認識了玳瑚師父。
I often hear of Feng Shui and Chinese Metaphysics, and due to my lack of knowledge in these subject matters, half of my heart dismisses it as superstition. Furthermore, I wonder if it is necessary to believe a complete stranger, who tells me how my fate will pan out. How much of it should we believe? What should we do even if we know so much in advance?
How I met Master Dai Hu
A couple of years ago, I encountered many obstacles in life and that seriously affected my emotions. I lost myself in the process and my life became a mess. It was by chance that I found out that many people around me had done home Feng Shui audits, change of their names, Bazi analysis, annual Luck Cycle analysis, etc. I thought since I had hit the lowest point in my life, there was no harm in giving it a try. But I was hesitant because I was particular about the accuracy of such readings, and did not want to look for any random practitioner unknown to me. A stroke of luck had me meeting Master Dai Hu through the recommendation of my sister.
Master Dai Hu’s astonishing accuracy on my first consultation
My first actual experience with Chinese Metaphysics was at the Bazi Analysis session with Master Dai Hu. I was truly shocked that Master Dai Hu could accurately point out numerous details of my past and present. One of the 2 things pointed out correctly by him were the facts that I had women’s health issues and also suffering from tinnitus. Prior to meeting Master Dai Hu, I went for a medical examination that revealed a tumour in my womb. And my hearing all along had not been well. Even my small living habits could not escape the eyes of Master Dai Hu. He pointed out that I only buy green tea and not coffe whenever I visit Starbucks, and that I have a penchant for spicy food and noodles. I couldn’t help but gave him applause on the spot as a form of encouragement! He was incredible! Be it a small matter or a major issue, Master Dai Hu seemed to be able to see right through your character! My thoughts and plans have no place to hide in front of Master Dai Hu! I am in awe of Master Dai Hu’s abilities, which led me to firmly believe that Chinese Metaphysics is indeed not a superstition.
Master: Know your Destiny well so that you know how to change it
Master Dai Hu also added, that there was no need to be worried about knowing the path ahead. As long as you follow the five elements and your favourable ones, and apply this knowledge in your daily life, you are well equipped to meet the challenges coming your way. He said my life will definitely change for the better, and I would not have to walk down so many wrong paths again, but only towards a brighter future. Therefore, I changed my daily living habits, employing my favourable elements in my diet, even my choice of dressing and make-up. I made an effort to understand my strengths and remind myself to eradicate the flaws in my thoughts and character. The patient guidance of Master Dai Hu was a sudden wake-up call for me, and with it, I gradually found a new direction in my life.
New-found vibrancy in my daughter & I, after our name change!
And then there is the name change. I had the thought to engage a Master to pen an auspicious name for my daughter when she was born, but I ended up giving her a name of my own whim and fancy. I felt uneasy because of that. When I met Master Dai Hu for my Bazi Analysis, he told me some brief info about my daughter based on her name. He was spot on. For example, he told me that my girl would be hospitalised before a certain age. Indeed a few months before Master Dai Hu’s words, my daughter had already fell sick and warded in hospital.
After my Bazi analysis, I was already convinced by Master Dai Hu’s deep and detailed knowledge in Chinese Metaphysics. Hence it was natural that I engaged him to pen a good Chinese name suitable for our Bazi, for both my daughter and myself. I followed his instructions to change my name and employed my new Chinese name in my daily life. The same goes for my girl, and not long after, I witnessed a major change in her. She used to be non-reactive whenever someone called her previous name, and I always felt that the old name was ill-suited. However, with the new name, she became responsive. She likes the name a lot and always say it out loud. She went from a non-responsive child to one that starts talking and singing more and becomes more sociable.
As for myself, I am beginning to feel the subtle influence of the new name on my emotions and mindset. I experience a release of tension and a sense of peace, and become more broad hearted. My overall appearance improved as well, looking much more spirited than before. With the new name and the newly gained knowledge of my own Bazi, the people around me noticed that I have became more lively, radiant and charming.
Master Dai Hu’s writings inspire me
Feng Shui and Chinese Metaphysics aside, Master Dai Hu is also well-versed in the Dharma. Knowing him more or less gave me a bit of knowledge in Buddhism and its teachings. I thanked my lucky stars that I managed to buy his book Towards Betterment, Towards Kindness. This is a book worth buying as it gave me a chance to know the Dharma. I am thankful that Master Dai Hu often post articles on Facebook that inspire and remind me to do more good deeds, the more the merrier.
I am grateful for the selfless and encompassing love shown by Master Dai Hu, helping many people to resolve their woes, using Chinese Metaphysics and the Dharma. I am one of the fortunate ones. I am also thankful to Master Dai Hu, who answered my call and generously gave me advice over the phone when I was very uncertain in my life. I hope more people have the affinity to meet Master Dai Hu. I would like to wish Master Dai Hu good fortunes. May his spiritual cultivation and Metaphysics knowledge scale to the next level. May his wishes come true.
(Enclosed is a recent picture of my daughter and I. She likes writing her own Chinese name a lot.)