Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Tai Yang in Parents

Translated from here.

The parents are good-natured and kind-hearted; to have one's heart in the right place. In behaviour and conduct they are honest and considerate. There are also feelings and emotions naturally shown. Thus, the individual and his or her parents have relations where things aren't concealed and hidden and held back. There aren't tricks and deception. Neither is there a 'generation gap'.

Because the native is often in contact with his or her parents, the person is deeply influenced by them. Especially the father.

Tai Yang # Lu: There is a rather deep and profound predestined affinity with the father.

Tai Yang # Quan: The father is fairly despotic; to rule by might; to be overbearing, high-handed, tyrannical.

Tai Yang # Ji: The person lacks predestined affinity with the father; no chance of love, no place to be together, etc. Or the father is strict in teaching and discipline.

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