THE 24 PHASES OF QI
According to Feng Shui, the Qi or life force is always in a constant
state of transformation as phases of energies,  waxing and waning
through time and space, resulting in the coming and going of the
seasons over the course of a year and in perpetuity. The year is
divided into 4 seasons namely, spring, summer, autumn and winter.
The seasons are in turn subdivided into 6 phases of Qi which
undergoes expansion and contraction throughout the year. The six
phases are further subdivided into 24  terms which represents
various climatic, agricultural and solar cycles (see below table).
Growing Qi
Beginning of spring
Rain water
Awakening of insects
Spring equinox
Expanding Qi
Clear and bright
Grain rain
Beginning of summer
Grain filling
Prosperous Qi
Crops planting
Summer solstice
Minor heat
Great heat
Fluctuating Qi
Beginning of autumn
Heat retreats
White dew
Autumn equinox
Retreating Qi
Cold dew
Frosting
Beginning of winter
Light snow
Hidden Qi
Heavy snow
Winter solstice
Minor cold
Great cold
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