Qi Men Dun Jia (QMDJ) or in short Qi Men (QM) is literally translated to Mystical Door to Thriving Kingdom. It is an ancient Chinese war strategy the only used by the emperors, kings, grand marshals, war advisers, chancellors and prime ministers. One of the most notable persons is ZhuGe Liang (诸葛亮) in the Three Kingdoms war time. He had used QMDJ very successfully to win almost every battle as written in many ancient books.
This technique can be regarded as “The Art of Historical Chinese Leadership and Management” or some can go further and may also assign QM to the Hidden Power of Life. I will possibly discuss QM and its capacity to change destiny in future blog posts, but here I want to present you with an introductory look at the subject matter.
Used by individuals, groups and in many cases big corporations, the QM’s generating idea is to put men and women “in the right place within the right time to take the right steps with the right networked support or authority”. It is a strategy of calculation, coordinating time and living space. It breaks down the essence of the time, computing the energy that is present in the environment during each and every year, month, day and hour.
QM can see with high precision the exact moment in time in which for you to embark on a particular action to create the desired outcome. In fact, it can be so effective that QM is considered to be one of the few ancient China’s strategies that remain highly relevant to our modern times particularly in business, career, relationship, health and politic.
Stay tuned to my 2nd post tomorrow.