Friday, 30 September 2011

Tian Liang in Wealth

Translated from here.

Tian Liang is one of the stars representing ennoblement and dignity. It has to do with 清高 qīnggāo = aloof from politics and material pursuits; above politics and worldly interests. And 脫俗 tuōsú = free from vulgarity; refined, outstanding; to disregard the things of the world.

Therefore, when Tian Liang is in the Wealth palace the individual does not attach the most importance to wealth and money. The native acquires money by letting nature taking its own course. The person does not enjoy being eager and impatient getting hold of money.

Tian Liang # Lu: The individual leans against his or her elders and the older generation in order to acquire money. Therefore, he or she must take to flattering and fawning so as to obtain it.

Tian Liang # Quan: By taking pains the native can keep watch over money. The older generation supervising means additional ability to guard money and wealth.

Tian Liang # Ke: Should the person encounter money problems, he or she receives help and assistance from the older generation.

Tian Liang and Tian Ji: The individual generates money by being resourceful and quick-witted. He or she comes across a whole lot of wealth and riches. The person takes to engaging in several businesses simultaneously.

Tian Liang and Tai Yang: The native takes pains earning money, and meets with a money bonanza; wealth pouring in from all sides.

Tian Liang and Tian Tong: Empty-handed the individual can earn money. Money flourishes more for the person than it did for the ones in the previous generations. Encountering the six inauspicious stars (Qing Yang, Tuo Luo, Huo Xing, Ling Xing, Di Kong or Di Jie) the native doesn't make a whole lot of money, largely because of 九流.

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