Sunday, 20 November 2011

Tai Yang in Happiness

Translated from here.

Working and handling matters the person is energetic, vigorous and proactive. He or she is partial to 賣力 màilì = to do all one can; to exert all one's strength. As a result the individual's life is unusually busy. Although the native is on the run and bustles about, this doesn't mean toil and exhaustion. The person's share of good fortune and happiness is exceptionally large. Especially when Tai Yang is in Si or Wu.

Tai Yang in this palace in the horoscope of a woman is very auspicious. Necessarily she's bestowed with virtue, luck, happiness and good fortune. She has a lifetime of happily spending time on her interests and inclinations.

Tai Yang alone in the Happiness and Virtue palace means that even if the individual is on the run and busy, he or she is busy because of seeking pleasure.

Tai Yang # Lu: There is... [?]. During his or her later years the native is optimistic and hopeful and feels contented with life and living.

Tai Yang # Quan: When old the person appreciates social contact, social life, social activities. He or she easily makes friends.

Tai Yang # Ji: During his or her later years the individual ought to beware a bad temper.

Tai Yang and Tai Yin: The native's lot of good fortune and happiness is deep and profound. There is merriment and ease and comfort.

Tai Yang and Ju Men: The person has to labour and toil with both mind and body. And there's the instance of 欠安 qiàn'ān = not very well in health; not feeling well physically. Only during his or her later years is the individual able to live in ease and comfort.

Tai Yang and Tian Liang: The native receives a lifetime of living comfortably and being happy and merry.

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