Sunday, 30 October 2011

Tian Fu in Career

Translated from here.

In a man's horoscope: his attitude toward work and career is being pleased with one's position; comfortable and at one's ease. He does not fight with other people for fame and fortune. He is the most suited to being a functionary/office bearer, or to open/start a small business of his own. There is very much so the occurrence of 與世無爭 yǔshìwúzhēng = to hold oneself aloof from the world; to stand aloof from worldly success; to be in harmony with the rest of the world.

In the chart of a woman: she is suited to being a secretary or working in a bank. In general, the more permanency and stability there is in her work, the better it is.

Tian Fu in the Career palace in either Mao or Hai indicates that the person has an extraordinary talent at writing. Someday he or she can become a famous writer.

Tian Fu and Zi Wei: The native has influence, authority, standing and position. There is both wealth and reputation. The individual has great chances of much success in economics and finance and political and government circles. The person possesses much talent ability re the ways of the world and human affairs. There is moreover the instance of 青出於藍 qīngchūyúlán = the student becomes superior to the master; the up-and-coming youngster outstrips the older generation; the colour blue is made out of indigo but is more vivid than indigo. Frequently the native has extraordinary accomplishments and success in his or her career and receives credit and praise; to exalt, commend, glorify. The individual's fame and reputation spreads far and wide.

Tian Fu and Wu Qu: The person has wide-ranging abilities and talents. The native is dedicated to his or her work and has willpower and perseverance and enthusiasm. The individual can very rapidly have growth and success and become a big shot, dignitary.

Tian Fu and Lian Zhen: The person has both wealth and rank; to be rich and influential; riches and honour.

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