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Tips for the modern world
Source : The Star
Date : 21 Oct 2014
Tips for the modern world

Qi Men Dun Jia Sun Tzu Warcraft: For Business, Politics and Absolute Power

FIRST things first: I believe that this book is really as powerful as its title suggests. And, I wish it had been written much earlier.

Many books have been written about Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, but one that combines the famous ancient Chinese classic with the Qi Men Dun Jia forecasting system in such detail is likely a first.

Trust Joey Yap to be the one to do it. The man has a knack for analysing and simplifying complicated ideas and presenting them in practical terms and placing them in a modern world context.

Though this book is listed as the 18th volume in Yap’s Qi Men Dun Jia series, the Malaysian metaphysics scholar considers it his very first business book. Upon reading it, you will come to appreciate the years of research and analysis that must have gone into this work.

To put it simply, this is sort of a self-help book that sets out to empower the business-minded and/ or metaphysically-inclined by transforming esoteric secrets into accessible information that act as handy tips one can put into practice immediately.

It is the kind of book that you can easily sink your teeth into whether you’re a metaphysics practitioner, a business owner, an office manager, a political leader or a young executive braving a competitive workplace for the first time.

Practical and helpful

For serious metaphysics practitioners, this book will lead to many exciting journeys it teaches one how to employ Sun Tzu’s five factors, seven criteria and nine variables combined with Qi Men Dun Jia’s three nobles and six crescents to get the desired outcome. The book shows all the different Qi Men Dun Jia charts to illustrate how this is done but does not show you how to plot those charts. That will require some extra hours of study; there are, after all, 17 other books in the series.

The book is divided into two sections. The first half provides an introduction and some background to The Art of War and Qi Men Dun Jia (literally, “mystical doors escaping technique”, in Mandarin). The second half lays out how the 13 chapters of The Art of War combine with the metaphysical “Tool of War” for especially potent results.

Each chapter comprises the original text in Chinese, which is typically quite cryptic – even those who can read Chinese may not understand the true meaning behind these verses. This is followed by an English translation, and then the author’s commentary, which essentially places the ideas into a contemporary framework. This commentary section alone warrants giving this book a prominent place on your bookshelf.

All of this is finally followed by the appropriate application of Qi Men Dun Jia methods to bring about the desired results.

For those who are absolutely new to Qi Men Dun Jia but are keen to learn more about it, the book points you to a link with introductory videos.

If you feel that you may require some guidance towards a better understanding of the subject matter, then who better to ask than Joey Yap himself? I had the opportunity to attend an earlier talk about the book before I read it, and I must admit that it helped tremendously. I can testify that the author is a charismatic speaker who seems to have the ability to somehow flick a switch in your mind and make everything as clear as day. After that session, the 3.5cm thick book was a breeze to read.

To those who may find the book daunting, I highly recommend that you attend his talks. You can find out where and when Yap will be speaking at and

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