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The objective for an auspicious Chinese name is to supplement your child’s birth profile (bazi) 5 element-imbalance at infant stage. Besides an auspicious name given, this service also include short bonus bazi tips on child’s health , character, feng shui bed position/orientation & study area 文昌 to help parenting.
To quote a Chinese wise saying “赐子千金，不如教子一艺；教子一艺，不如赐子好名” (instead of giving gold to your child, teach him a skill; Instead of teaching him a skill, bestow a good name”.
Feng Shui Master Methodology
* Traditional Chinese stroke calculation is based on Kang Xi Dictionary whereas Simplified Chinese is not
Why it is important to start early with an auspicious Chinese name for baby
First based on bazi reading, a child have not entered his or her 10-Year Luck Pillar 十年大运. Secondly your baby Chinese name will frequently be address by grandparents, relatives and other elder, this carries the “invisible” help. Lastly the most important reason is to counter any imbalance or disharmony or deficiency in your child birth’s profile.
Why add one stroke to form 天格 is INCORRECT
Most baby Chinese name service in Singapore practice add 1 stroke to form 天格.
The system i suspect originated from Japan 日本熊崎氏姓名學. How this comes about is because most Japanese names are 4-character name instead of 3. So to apply on a 3-character Chinese name, most go around this problem creatively. They put “1” stroke (like “x” in math) on top of a surname to form 天格.
For 2-character Chinese names, another 1 stroke (like “y” in math) is added after the 2nd character to form 外格 see pic. IF based on this formula, ALL 2 character Chinese name 外格 is “2” and 2 is bad on Chinese name numerology table 数理吉凶.
In my opinion, how is it possible that all 2 character name 外格 is bad? Here are some successful 2-character Chinese name 马云, 林峰, 陶喆, 朱茵, 那英, 张宇, 鲁迅, 赵薇, 岳飞…
In conclusion, i do not adopt this “add-one-stroke” formula to the surname or last character.
Details for Auspicious Chinese name submission by email
a. Surname in “Chinese Character”
b. Solar (English) calendar of child’s birth date & time (No need to adjust to Singapore local time)
d. Any fixed family middle name “家谱”. Please let me know if i can use another middle character to replace “jia pu” if not suitable.
e. Number of Chinese characters including surname: “2” or “3”
f. Your preference to use Simplified or Traditional Chinese for stroke computation
g. Mobile number
Delivery: Auspicious Chinese name report emailed to you within 3 business days upon payment received. Please ensure the info you submitted is accurate because no refund or discount for wrong details.
Fee: $298 Please do not make the payment if your request is immediate. Quality work takes time. After payment email (a) to (f) details to firstname.lastname@example.org
*The list of Chinese characters provided WILL NOT take into account of “personal emotional preferences” for certain characters. The report is written in English with some Chinese explanation.
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