Sunday, 30 October 2011

Zi Wei in Career

Translated from here.

The person is proficient in leadership. Frequently the native occupies a high position and is in charge. The individual can expect a lifetime of 功成名就 gōngchéngmíngjiù = to achieve success and win recognition; to accomplish both success and fame.

In the case of the horoscope of a woman, she is suited to a job indicative of introversion and grace, for example being a secretary or office clerk; to deal with documents, records, archives, etc.

A man having Zi Wei in Career is suited to being a statesman, politician, businessman, industrialist, etc. It is possible for him to become a towering figure and the head/chief/leader of a great many people.

Zi Wei # Quan: This star combination appreciates being in Career. In the palm of his or her hand the person can hold real and true power and authority. There are huge opportunities for promotions.

Zi Wei # Ke: An official position is appropriate. If the native decides to begin an undertaking or start a major task, he or she should relate it to 公家 gōngjīa = the state, the public, society, the public purse.

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

Zi Wei and Tan Lang: The native is talented in starting stuff and initiating things; to venture; entrepreneurship. But, the individual is rather short of the ability to be dedicated to his or her work on a permanent basis. Often there is the manifestation of 喜新厭舊 xǐxīnyànjiù = to like the new and hate the old; to abandon the old one for the new one; to be fickle in affection/interest. Possibly the person becomes engaged in several businesses simultaneously. The native is not suited to specialised fields involving rote and repetition.

With the presence of any of the six xiong stars [凶星], for a long time the individual is not able to settle at one particular job/business/profession. He or she can hardly avoid difficulties and complications seeking employment or beginning an undertaking.

Zi Wei and Tian Xiang: The person has some authority and standing and position. Influential official/bigwigs and the native complement each other; to supplement and complement one another. With these two stars in Career there is more reputation and fame than wealth and money.

Zi Wei and Qi Sha: The individual is of an intensely strong drive to initiate stuff and forge ahead; to begin an undertaking, to start a major task; to go forward. The person is suited to a profession that offers challenges or is competitive. For the most part, when young the native has to go through hardships and difficulties and strive and struggle. During his or her later years the individual can have both fame and fortune.

Zi Wei and Po Jun: The person can have accomplishments in a business/vocation that is competitive, or... [?]. However, the native... [?]. Possibly the individual can have some success in the military or police force; or building, construction, civil engineering. Apart from these professions the person... [?]

When Zi Wei and Po Jun are in Career the native is very much so partial to being opportunistic re investments; to speculate on financial markets. And taking risks and chances; to risk danger, to tempt one's fate, to adventure. For the greater part the individual invests in many kinds of businesses simultaneously. When looking for a job the person is fond of going for new and fresh experiences. Therefore he or she can hardly avoid often changing profession.

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