Calvin Yap

I have a keen interest in learning since young. In 2006, I did a Gallup Strength Finder by The Gallup Organization and found that Learner is my strongest strength. I am in particular interested in non-conventional knowledge. (In bazi term, I am an Indirect Resource structure) You can image that in the seventies, the vampire series was my favorite. I was imaging that I was the hero Taoist Master, going around slaying vampire and save the poor.

In addition, I also very interested in Chinese Meta-Physics. For example, I was extremely interest in the conversation between my mother and my aunties on face features of certain individual. The phrase like “两颧高高, 杀夫不用刀” (Woman with high cheekbone, kill husband without knife) still rings in my ears.

I started my research into Chinese Meta-Physics seriously in end 2005 after I got back from Australia. I started wondering why things are smooth sailing for others while I have to go through so much hardship just to achieve simple things. I started buying English Chinese Meta-Physics book. Chinese books are beyond me as I can’t read Chinese but I understand and can speak Mandarin and Cantonese. Then I chance upon Grand Master Vincent Koh’s book, Basic Science of Fengshui and found out that Grand Master Vincent Koh actually conducts Fengshui courses in English. Hence, I enrolled into the course in 2007 and graduated from it. I was in the 32nd Intake.

Not satisfied, I enrolled into Mastery Academy’s Bazi Mastery Series and graduated with Bazi Mastery Diploma in 2008. Mastery Academy was founded by Joey Yap. Most of the people who graduated from Mastery Academy are now instructors of Mastery Academy as well as running their own practice.

However, some of my misery is still un-answered. I chance upon Master Peter Leung and decided to enroll into his Qi Men Dun Jia class in early 2009. This was an eyes opener to me. I didn’t realize that Qi Men Dun Jia can be so powerful.

I started taking Master Peter Leung classes, like Xuan Kong Da Gua, Water Theory, Ba Zhai and his 4 Pillars Bazi class. It was in his Bazi classes that my decades old questions were answered. I subsequently made into his practitioner list in 2010.

In early 2010, a friend introduced me to Master Ye Pei Ming from China. I went for a reading and found that it was very accurate. He is highly proficient in Qi Men Dun Jia and his method is different from what I learnt from Master Peter Leung. I decided to take his basic and advanced Qi Men Dun Jia class. The stuff that I learnt, I subsequently applied on my clients. I was amazed by the results. I am convinced that there are more than what’s Qi Men Dun Jia can do and I believe it can do a lot more. This is because as according to the Chinese history, Qi Men Dun Jia plays very important parts in bring down a dynasty as well as helping to form a dynasty.

After that, I use Qi Men Dun Jia on near daily basis. I use Qi Men Dun Jia when attending crucial meetings, sending emails as well as attending job interview.

By end of 2010, I have done enough cases to have the confidence to write and publish my own book. My first book, Control Your Destiny by Mastering Qi Men Dun Jia was launched in Nov 2010. By end of 2011, I have published 7 books on Qi Men Dun Jia.

I started having the idea of being Master Ye’s disciple in the early year of 2011. However, due to certain turns of event that the idea did not materialized. Finally, in 2012, Master Ye has agreed to accept me as his disciple.

In addition, I also completed my SanHe Fengshui study with Master Vin Leo. I learnt SanHe Yang Fengshui and Yin Fengshui from him. I also participated in his Fengshui excursions to Taiwan and Penang to study SanHe Landform and graveyard Fengshui.

I also incorporated SanHe concept with Qi Men Dun Jia in my practice.