Can Zi Wei Dou Shu Analysis Predict How Many Children You’ll Have?
“How many children will I have?”
“How many girls or boys will I have?”
“Will my first child be a boy or girl?”
These are some common questions I receive from my clients during the Zi Wei Dou Shu consultation session. But these ancient tools like purple astrology or Bazi decode the secret?
I feel that these ancient systems do not give accurate and consistent result in today’s modernised society. Here are some factors that affect the result.
Why Using Bazi Or Zi Wi Dou Shu Analysis to Determine Number of Children is Inaccurate?
1. Own Free Will
It is not uncommon for some people to choose remaining single and unmarried in today’s society. This is because woman is now more capable and some even exceed their counterpart. This is unlike the ancient times where woman is expected to stay home to give birth and take care of children.
So even the chart hinted 2 children but if you don’t have the intention of giving birth, the chance of having children is near to zero. Even if you are single, adopting a child is possible if you do not want to get married.
2. Evolution of Modern Advanced Medical Technology
We now have the choice of birth control where contraceptive (pills or condom) are used to prevent pregnancy. In addition, for those who have difficulty with pregnancy, you can choose to use Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) or In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to increase your chances of getting a baby.
3. Environment Does Matter
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