Thursday, 13 October 2011

Ju Men in Travel

Translated from here.

The individual is fond of striving and contending and debating and arguing. The native is good at discussions and debates. He or she excels at eloquence. Arguing or debating the person takes the lead and gains the upper hand. ... [?].

Ju Men # Lu: The individual has a fortuitous knack for getting to eat excellent food and enjoys social interaction and dinner parties. The native should beware attaching too much importance to  酒肉朋友 jiǔròupéngyǒu = fair-weather friend; brothers in debauchery; friends only for wining and dining together, not in case of need; wine-and-meat friends.

Ju Men # Quan: Going to places and extrinsically the mouth can be used in a business or profession. However, the person should try and refrain from speech and talk that are too strong and forceful. Otherwise offending others will be difficult to avoid.

Ju Men # Ji: Extrinsically and travelling the individual ought to guard against verbal disputes.

Ju Men and Tian Ji: The more busy and hurried the native is, the more lucky he or she becomes.

Ju Men and Tai Yang: The person has to labour and toil with both mind and body. Working the individual happens upon 事倍功半 shìbèigōngbàn = to get half the result with twice the effort; twice the effort for half the result.

Ju Men and Tian Tong: Going to places and extrinsically the native has to labour and toil with both mind and body.

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