Sunday, 18 September 2011

Tian Ji in Spouse

Translated from here.

Tian Ji alone in Spouse is indicative of often marrying too early. A man should get a spouse who is fiery and forthright, upright and unyielding. She... [?].

A woman having Tian Ji in Spouse can marry a man who has accomplishments relating to learning, science, academia. The older he is, the better.

Tian Ji # Lu: In his or her working circumstances the native easily acquires assistance and help from co-workers of the opposite sex.

Tian Ji # Quan: [?].

Tian Ji # Ke: Working the individual is easily favoured and thought highly of by colleagues of the opposite sex.

Tian Ji # Ji: Concerning affections and feeling and emotions the person splits hairs and wastes time on insoluble or insignificant problems; to get into a dead end; to bash one's head against a brick wall. The married couple meets with 心结 xīnjié = an issue that weighs heavily on one's mind. There are issues and problems to be communicated.

Tian Ji and Tai Yin: The spouse's appearance is graceful, elegant, polished, delicate, exquisite.

Tian Ji and Ju Men: The spouse has a tall and sturdy physique, and is healthy and beautiful; to do fitness exercises. There is both harmony and discontent; to complain, nag, prattle.

Tian Ji and Tian Liang: The spouse is a dream lover. There is a very large age discrepancy between the spouses. The person and his or her spouse have a harmonious life.


Anonymous said...

Great work!
I have a question:
What does
Tian Ji
Quing Yang
Ling Xing
Tian Xing
in spouse palace mean?

Viktor said...


Tian Ji represents 善 shàn.

Qing Yang: 刑 xíng.

Ling Xing: 殺 shā.

Tian Xing: 孤克 gūkè.