Sunday, 20 November 2011

Tian Ji in Happiness

Translated from here.

The native is of an intensely strong desire for knowledge and is curious and inquisitive. The individual has a deep interest in literature, art, or religion. Therefore, the person's younger years are not calm and quiet and serene.  When middle-aged the native can have life and living being smooth, steady and peaceful.

Generally speaking, should Tian Ji be alone on this palace the individual's share of good fortune and happiness will initially be small. But, there's no need to worry, because the older the person gets, the more good fortune he or she will have. There's the occurrence of 先苦后甘 xiānkǔhòugān = first bitter, afterwards sweet; and 倒吃甘蔗  = the more uphill, the more like candy.

Tian Ji # Lu: The native has an understanding of how to arrange for his or her later years. There is a fondness for religion and philosophy.

Tian Ji # Quan: The individual is anxious to learn and keen for knowledge. Especially religion, philosophy and Wu Shu.

Tian Ji # Ke: During his or her later years the person has an opportunity to get in touch with religion.

Tian Ji # Ji: When old there is melancholia and depression; to feel sullen and dejected. It is appropriate to have religious convictions.

Tian Ji and Tai Yin: There is good fortune and happiness for the native to enjoy. He or she is able to spend days being happy and merry.

Tian Ji and Ju Men: The individual has to labour and toil with both mind and body. The person lacks the ability to enjoy pure luck and happiness.

Tian Ji and Tian Liang: The native's amount of good fortune and happiness in life is large. The individual meets with a lifetime of ease and comfort and happiness and merry.

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