Sunday, 20 November 2011

Lian Zhen in Happiness

Translated from here.

The native is fickle, mercurial and changeable, and not stable and steady. The person's life/fate is innately tiring and toilsome. Therefore, life has for the individual meaning and value when he or she is busy and rushes about while working and doing stuff.

If the native is willing to be diligent and industrious and steady and earnest, striving for mastery and aiming for the best result, certainly... [?].

When Lian Zhen is alone in the Happiness and Virtue palace and there aren't any of the lucky stars present, ... [?].

Lian Zhen # Lu: The person is good at pleasure and enjoyment of ease and comfort. The individual understands what in life has emotional appeal.

Lian Zhen # Ji: When old the native has to beware moodiness and depression; the sulks. There is easily jealousy of which the person is unable to make head or tail.

Lian Zhen and Tian Fu: The body is calm, still, content. The mind is agitated, busy, fully occupied, hurrying.

Lian Zhen and Tan Lang: The individual's portion of good fortune and happiness is small. The native has to labour and toil with both mind and body, life and living meaning hardship, misery, deep distress, tribulations.

Lian Zhen and Tian Xiang: The person has luck and good fortune, and there is long life and old age. The individual has days being happy and merry.

Lian Zhen and Qi Sha: The native is incessantly running this way and that; to rush about busily; to run or rush here and there (looking for jobs, earning a livelihood, trying one's hand at stuff, etc.). There isn't happiness and good fortune for the person to enjoy.

Lian Zhen and Po Jun: The individual encounters 勞神 láoshén = to disturb one's mind; to worry about; to bother, trouble; to be a tax on one's mind. He or she can't find what's quiet, settled, calm and orderly, stable, tranquil.

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