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BaZi: Brain injury from birth. Can this be avoided by having C-section?

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Monday, 20 July 2015
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A child is the most precious gift we could ever be given. How can we know that the child will be born healthy with good ability to develop and grow rapidly? Is BaZI able to tell us?

Now let us look into the baby's BaZi.

Bazi fengshui

The baby boy was born in a land full of fire. The month has created the calamity and the day and hour were making it worst. We have what we called 胎元 Tai Yuan or simply as “House of conception”. This Tai Yuan on certain occasion can help but some can also make it worst. For the baby’s it like pouring oil or add fuel on the already burning fire. During her mother’s pregnancy the strong force of fire already made major impact on the baby.

Can this be avoided?

For my students please login to see more explanations and diagramatic picture on the above BaZi and how to calculate the 胎元 Tai Yuan or just as “House of conception”.

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