Teri Cheow practiced the 3 ancient chinese metaphysical arts, Four Pillars of Destiny (Diagnosis of birth chart), I-Ching (Divination & Clarification) & Feng Shui (Remedies and cures).
er knowledge was imparted, influenced by the wisdom and tutelage of several masters, with special credit to the Singapore Renowed Bazi expert - Master Chew Kiat Leng & world class Feng Shui Grand Master Raymond Lo (Hong Kong) whose teachings had inspired a profession in the scholistic field of 5 Arts.
Teri graduated from Murdoch University (Western Australia) with a Honors degree in Biomedical Science. Prior to this working as a full-time practitioner, she was working as a pharmaceutical manager in Swiss & US Major MNCs, specializing in Cancer Medicine.
Harmonizing her scientific background with evergreen chinese metaphysics which had been practiced by generations of people over thousands of years, Teri sought to explore life beyond the shores of scientific means. Bridging the gaps in between metaphysical science, superstitious and traditional chinese culture.
“Why certain diseases occur to healthy people? Why some people excel in everything while some excel in nothing?”
“Is there an encoded message in our birthday which determines our character traits and therefore influencing our approach in life?”
“While awaiting scientific discovery to catch up with supernatural world, i was wondering if ancient Chinese knowledge can bridge the gap between known and unknowns. If we are unable to effect change in eventual outcome, should we passively resign to fate or can we at least try to proactively see it coming for prevention?”
Commonly known as Bazi, the ancient chinese body of knowledge is amazingly accurate in explaining a lot of hidden matters: