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The Chinese Birthday Book
How to Use the Secrets of Ki-ology to Find Love, Happiness, and Success
Takashi Yoshikawa, Foreword by Damian Sharp
ISBN: 9781578633920
Weiser Books
6 x 9
412 pages
February 1, 2008


Transform your life today by learning your ki-ology life number.

In The Chinese Birthday Book, Takashi Yoshikawa explains the exact nature of ki energy and the principals of ki-ology. He describes what these principles mean to us both as individuals and in our relationships to others and identifies the nine types of ki and their ruling elements and attributes, determined first by the year of birth (Basic Number), which describes your fundamental personality traits and then by the month (Control Number), which describes your spirituality. A third number (Tendency Number) reveals your habits and behavioral tendencies.

In this helpful guide to a happier life, Yoshikawa outlines 108 personality types including the qualities, dispositions, and tendencies of each. He provides easy-to-use charts and a step-by-step guide to plumbing the depths of each type and for successfully navigating our way through life. As Yoshikawa states: "The better we know ourselves, our vehicles, and our intended destination, the easier it is to gain control over our lives. By using your energies correctly, you can achieve all your dreams and happiness."

* Amazingly accurate system with very specific advice on how to achieve greater success, health, love, and joy in life.

Takashi Yoshikaw was the world's leading exponent of ki-ology until his death in 2006. As a boy in Japan, he dreamed of one day going to America, which he did in the 1960s. Once established in New York, he built up a highly successful clinic at which he taught and studied ki-ology and advised high-profile clients such as John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Barry Manilow, and many more.

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Damian Sharp was born in Australia and was the recipient of two Literary Fellowship Awards from the Australian Council for the arts. He is also the author of Simple Feng Shui and Simple Chinese Astrology and has published short stories in periodicals such as the Chicago Review. He lives in San Francisco.
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