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Understand Horse In Bazi Guide

This article aims to delve into the intricate nature of the Horse in BaZi, exploring how this vibrant sign influences an individual’s life path, character, and destiny.

If you do not yet know, BaZi, also known as the Four Pillars of Destiny, is a profound Chinese metaphysical system that interprets life paths and personalities using birth details. Unlike the general Chinese zodiac, BaZi takes into account the year, month, day, and hour of birth, offering a more nuanced and personalized analysis.

In BaZi, the Horse represents a more complex and nuanced interpretation than its zodiacal counterpart. The zodiac portrays the Horse as energetic and free-spirited, but in BaZi, these characteristics gain depth and complexity through interactions with the Five Elements, relationships with other zodiac animals, and their placements within the Four Pillars.

The Essence of the Horse in BaZi

The Horse in BaZi symbolizes vitality, independence, and a strong sense of freedom, characterized by a dynamic interplay of energies.

Character Traits: Individuals with the Horse in their BaZi chart often display enthusiasm, a love for adventure, and a strong sense of independence. They are known for their active approach to life and often possess a charismatic and outgoing personality. The Horse in BaZi is also associated with a passion for exploration and a dislike for being restrained or controlled.

Elemental Influence: The Five Elements greatly influence the Horse’s attributes in BaZi. Commonly linked with the Fire element, the Horse indicates energy, passion, and a connection to action and movement. The interaction with other elements, like Wood or Metal, can modify these traits, adding creativity or resilience, respectively.

The Horse in Different Pillars

The placement of the Horse in various pillars of a BaZi chart uncovers different aspects of an individual’s life.

Year Pillar: The Horse in the Year Pillar often reflects how one is perceived in society – as dynamic, active, and perhaps adventurous. It may suggest a life path that involves public life or roles that require a great deal of energy and enthusiasm.

Month Pillar: In the Month Pillar, the Horse may suggest a career that involves movement, travel, or dealing with dynamic situations, such as in sales, travel, or sports.

Day Pillar: The Horse in the Day Pillar, representing self and personal relationships, suggests a person who values freedom and may seek relationships that allow for personal space and independence.

Hour Pillar: With the Horse in the Hour Pillar, indicative of one’s aspirations and inner thoughts, there might be a tendency towards ambitious goals and a desire for freedom and exploration in their personal and professional lives.

Interactions with Other Zodiac Signs

The Horse’s relationships with other zodiac signs in BaZi can significantly impact interpersonal dynamics.

Harmonious Relationships: The Horse often forms comfortable relationships with the Tiger and Dog, creating a trio known for their shared values of freedom, loyalty, and dynamism.

Challenging Aspects: Relationships with the Rat can be challenging due to their contrasting natures; the Horse’s desire for freedom and movement may clash with the Rat’s more strategic and reserved nature.

Life Aspects Influenced by the Horse

The presence of the Horse in a BaZi chart can distinctly affect various aspects of life.

Career and Wealth: Horses often find success in careers that allow for movement, change, and interaction with others. They might excel in fields that involve travel, sales, or any area where dynamism and energy are valued.

Health and Wellbeing: The Horse’s active nature suggests good physical health, but they may need to be mindful of overexertion or neglecting rest due to their high energy levels.

Relationships and Social Life: Horses are often popular and enjoy a vibrant social life. In closer relationships, they value understanding and flexibility, though they might need to work on balancing their need for independence with the needs of their partners.

In conclusion, the Horse in BaZi represents a blend of vitality, independence, and a love for freedom. Understanding its role within the BaZi framework provides valuable insights into an individual’s character and life path.

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Meanings of "travelling horse" 驿马神煞解.

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  • shen, zi or chen year/ day:  travelling horse is yin-tiger
  • yin, wu  or  xu  year/ day:  travelling horse is  shen-monkey
  • hai, mao  or  wei  year/ day:  travelling horse is  si-snake
  • si, you  or  chou  year/ day:  travelling horse is  hai-pig

MEANINGS OF TRAVELLING HORSE IN A CHART

1.  Chart with 2+ travelling horses:   This person is likely leaving hometown or country to make  a living.

2.  During his/ her travelling horse year, this person will be hectic or toiling to make ends meet.

3 . " Travelling horse galloping in wealth region":  If by chance the travelling horse is also the wealth star of this chart and running into travelling horse luck period or staying in the horse direction-- this person may make major wealth during this luck period.

4 . Travelling horse with "peach blossom":   If by chance the travelling horse is also the peach blossom star of this chart, it means this person is likely unfaithful in relationship with unstable marriage.

5 .  Travelling horse with zheng-guan (+power):   If by chance the travelling horse is also the zheng-guan (+power) star of this chart, it means this person is likely be a reputable government official working outside his hometown.

6 .  Travelling horse with qi-sha (-power):   If by chance the travelling horse is also the qi-sha (-power) star of this chart, it means this person is likely a monk, priest or Mafia type person.

7 . Strong daymaster (DM) with t ravelling horse is likely auspicious (intelligent and sociable) whereas weak DM with travelling horse is inauspicious (toiling/ hectic life)

8 .  Travelling horse is favorable element brings prosperity and wealth to the person.  It brings poverty and obstacles if unfavorable.

9 .  Female with numerous  travelling horses, regardless of being favorable or unfavorable, implies problems in marital relationship.

10.  Yin, shen, si and hai are generally called "horse stars".  People with 2+ of any of these 4 branches in their natal chart cannot sit still and are good for sales professions. 

11 . Pillar location and t ravelling horse: 

  • in year pillar: leaving hometown in teen/ youth 
  • in month/ day pillar:   leaving hometown in middle-age
  • in hour pillar:  leaving hometown in old age (alone or with adult children)

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Ba Zi Series – About the Travel Horse

驿马 (YiMa)is the travel horse. It is the name of one of the deities in Chinese astrology (the Four Pillars of destiny or Bazi). In ancient China, 驿 站(Yi Zhan) is the post station, it is similar to our post office. 驿马were the tools for delivering all the posts and document for the governments. Hence, the travel horse represents movement in our destiny.

The traditional method of checking the travel horse is:

First convert the birthday to Chinese calendar, then write down the birthday formula. Check on the earthly branches of the year (年支 ) or the day (日支 )

For people who are born in the year or date of monkey, rat or dragon, if you see the earthly branch has the tiger, then it is the travel horse.

For people who are born in the year or the date of tiger, horse or dog, if you see the earthly branch has the monkey, then it is the travel horse.

For people who are born in the year or date of snake, rooster or ox, if you see the earthly branch has the pig, then it is the travel horse.

For people who are born in the year or date of pig, rabbit or sheep, the travel horse is the snake.

Travel horse is a symbol of travelling, changes, migration. If the travel horse is a lucky deity to the person, then the person can have lucky movements, such as a promotion at work, travel for business, making money while travelling, moving to a better house, or having a pleasant holiday. If the travel horse is the inauspicious deity, then it will bring hardship to the person. Such as: restless movement, hard work without income to match, constantly moving house, inability to ground oneself.

If someone is born on a date with a few travel horses, then the person has an unstable character, always moving, never still.

If the travel horse combines with other earthly branches, then the travel horse is useless, it cannot move. For example: 寅(yin)亥(hai) 合(he), 申(shen)巳(si)合, meaning the tiger next to the pig, or the monkey next to the snake, then the travel horse has no effect.

If the combination is crashed by the annual year sign, then the horse will move, the person in that particular year will have travel or changes.

If a womans birthday has too many horses, then the woman cannot gain peace of mind in her situation, and finds it hard to settle down. This is generally unlucky.

For people who have no travel horse in their birthday, when the travel horse appears in their luck era, it indicates for that particular era the person will have travel luck.

Some people have no travel horse in their birthday. However when the person meets the clash year 冲 年(chong nian), it means change, travel, movement in that particular year. Also, if a person has clash elements in the earthly branch, it also indicates travel, movement.

Here are the six groups of clashes:

The results from the travel horses can be good or bad. Soldiers, businessmen, homeless people all have travel horses.

In modern society, for most people, having travel horse is good in general. It means the person can have more experiences and more opportunities in their life. If someone does not travel or change in their life, you can imagine what kind of life it would be.

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The 12 Stages of Growth (十二长生) in Bazi

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The 12 Stages of Growth, or “十二长生” (shí èr cháng shēng), is a concept applied in gauging the strength of an individual’s Heavenly Stem in relation to their Earthly Branches . This concept outlines how the strength of a Heavenly Stem varies when paired with the 12 Earthly Branches, and it can be seen as an extension of Four Growths, Four Cardinals, Four Storages and Three Harmony Combinations.

Foundational Concepts behind the 12 Stages of Growth

The 12 Stages of Growth builds upon the conceptual understanding of the Four Growths, the Four Cardinals, and the Four Storages. Each of these concepts is associated with specific earthly branches and represents different aspects of a person’s life and destiny.

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Four Growths (四长生)

The Four Growths consist of the Earthly Branches Yin (寅), Si (巳), Shen (申), and Hai (亥). These branches mark the beginnings of each season. In Bazi, they are also linked to the Traveling Horse (驿马星) and are used to assess an individual’s creativity and activity levels. Notably, individuals with two or more Four Growth branches in their Bazi chart tend to be more accident-prone due to their active and travel-heavy lifestyles

Four Cardinals (四正)

The Four Cardinals encompass the Earthly Branches Mao (卯), Wu (午), You (酉), and Zi (子) which signify the peak of each season. In Bazi, they are associated with the Peach Blossom (桃花星), which is used to evaluate one’s attractiveness and personal charisma. A Bazi chart filled with three or more Peach Blossom stars often indicates strong leadership qualities.

Four Storages (四库)

The Four Storages, or Tombs, consist of the earthly branches Chen (辰), Wei (未), Xu (戌), and Chou (丑), representing the end of each season. Chen is associated with wet Yang Earth and serves as the storage or tomb of water. Wei, representing dried earth, is the storage of wood, as it leads into the Metal-dominated Autumn. Xu, marked by hot Yang Earth, is the storage of fire as it precedes the Water-dominated Winter. Finally, Chou, characterised by wet Yin Earth, is the storage of metal, leading into the season of Wood-dominated Spring. Each of these Storages symbolises the lingering essence of the element it represents before the onset of the next season.

The 12 Stages of Growth concept has relevance in various other aspects of Feng Shui and Chinese metaphysics, such as San He Feng Shui and Zi Wei Dou Shu . It follows a cyclical pattern and is instrumental for identifying luck cycles — a crucial step in determining the stage of your annual or luck pillar to guide future planning and making informed decisions.

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In sequence, the 12 Stages of Growth are Growth (长生), Bath (沐浴), Youth (冠带), Officer (临管), Prosperous (蒂旺), Weakening (衰), Sickness (病), Death (死), Grave (墓), Termination (绝), Conceive (胎) and Nurture (养).

Defining the 12 Stages of Growth

Stage 1: Growth (长生)

The first of the 12 Stages of Growth, the Growth phase represents a phase of vitality, likened to the birth of a child. It represents enduring energy, vibrance, positivity, and the nurturing of long-term aspirations. In terms of Bazi, it is seen as the base of all successes or failures in life. The Growth phase represents the vitality and upward life force that bring new turning points and changes in life or career.

Stage 2: Bath (沐浴)

The Bath phase represents the early stages of growth, embodying the dynamic energy of a growing child. In the 12 Stages of Growth, Bath is regarded as a weaker phase, likened to an infant that requires nurturing. In this phase, relationships are seen as long-term investments. Putting effort into building positive connections builds a harmonious rapport with individuals, attracting mentors and benefactors.

Stage 3: Youth (冠带)

Transitioning into the third phase, Youth, this phase represents discipline and a coming of age where an individual realises their responsibilities. It is a period synonymous with strength and innate potential, where individuals take on responsibilities and turn words into action.

Stage 4: Officer (临官)

The Officer phase relates to skill development and the fruitful results of hard work. This stage also represents the independence attained after growth, underlining the importance of acquiring or improving skill sets. Often denoting influence and authority, embracing this energy yields healthy outcomes and favourable financial gains.

Stage 5: Prosperous (帝旺)

Moving into the Prosperous phase marks the peak of an individual’s life, where achievements have reached their pinnacle. Energy is at its strongest, signifying a state of prosperity, abundance, admiration and respect. It signifies strong leadership qualities, urging one to maximise their potential through interpersonal connections.

Stage 6: Weakening (衰)

The Weakening phase refers to a period of gradual decline following the Prosperous peak of an individual’s life, akin to the decline in energy as an individual grows older. This inevitable decline is characterised by complacency, diminishing work drive, and waning health.

Stage 7: Sickness (病)

Following the Weakening phase is the Sickness phase, which is characterised by declining vitality and diminishing energy. This phase mirrors sickness beginning to take a toll and negatively impacting our daily activities.

Stage 8: Death (死)

The Death phase embodies constant worrying, extreme fickleness, dwindling trades and skills, physical and mental frailty, and deteriorating performance. This phase represents a depletion of energy and the end of an individual’s physical existence.

Stage 9: Grave (墓)

The ninth stage, Grave, focuses on the acceptance of personal weaknesses. Following the Death phase, the Grave signifies the absorption of an individual back into nature and may be interpreted as the burial after death, or the accumulation of wealth and material possessions.

Stage 10: Termination (绝)

The Termination stage signifies the state of non-existence and weakness, representing a return to nature and the complete depletion of vitality. This stage encourages various thinking skills, including a holistic perspective, mental decluttering, innovative thinking, clear direction in planning, and active exchange of ideas.

Stage 11: Conceive (胎)

The Conceive phase bears witness to the emergence of life and the inception of creation, characterised by neutral and transformative energy symbolising the birth or regeneration of all things. Energy in the Transition phase is brimming with novelty, exuberance, and the birth of creative ideas. When used in context with 10 Gods , this phase encourages diverse perspectives, clarity, collaboration and innovative thinking.

Stage 12: Nurturing (养)

The final stage in the 12 Stages of Growth, the Nurture phase embodies the nurturing and shaping of an individual’s innate potential. This phase encourages intellectual and growth, fostering the relationships of both enterprises and people.

Applications of the 12 Stages of Growth

The 12 Stages of Growth concept adheres to principle, “阳生阴死,阴死阳生”, which loosely translates to “Yang is born from Yin’s death, Yin is born from Yang’s death”. Reflecting the dynamics between Yin and Yang, this principle denotes that when Yang energy reaches its lowest point, Yin energy begins to emerge and thrive, and vice versa. This continuous cycle underscores the interconnected and interdependent relationship between these two fundamental forces.

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To illustrate this principle, we can examine the Yang Wood (Jia Wood) and Yin Wood (Yi Wood) Heavenly Stems. Yang Wood enters its Growth stage (长生) at the Hai (亥) Earthly Branch, reaches its Prosperous stage (帝旺) at the Mao (卯) Earthly Branch, and eventually enters its Grave stage (墓) at the Wei (未) Earthly Branch.

The stage preceding Grave corresponds to the Death (死) stage. The Death stage of Yang Wood aligns with the Wu (午) Earthly Branch. Notably, the Growth stage of Yin Wood also corresponds to Wu (午) — the same Earthly Branch associated with the Death stage of Yang Wood.

In summary, this indicates that the Growth stage of the Yin Heavenly Stem aligns with the Death stage of the Yang Heavenly Stem. This alignment emphasises the cyclical nature between Yin and Yang, as they perpetually transition from one to the other, embodying the eternal ebb and flow of energy in the universe.

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Four Pillars of Destiny (Bazi)

The Four Pillars of Destiny is known as 'eight characters of birth time', namely Sheng Chen Ba Zi, shortly as Bazi in Pinyin. As an important component of Chinese fortune telling, the 'four pillars' refers to the year, month, day and hour pillars of a birthday in Chinese solar calendar and each pillar has two characters, eight characters (Ba Zi) in total. Two characters in each pair are made up of one character from the Heavenly Stems and one from the Earthly Branches.  The theory of the Chinese Four Pillars of Destiny is based on Yin Yang and Wu Xing, and the pillars are represented on the basis of the heavenly stems & earthly branches .   

Year Pillar

Year's Earthly Branch – the reminder (1-11) of the year divided by 12 will indicate the year's branch

Take the year 1985 for example. Last number 5 refers to Yi. 1985 divided by 12 equals an integer 165 with a reminder of 5. Number 5 refers to Chou. So 1985 is Yi Chou year.  

Month Pillar

Hour pillar.

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It has only eight characters, but the relation of the eight characters is very complicated. According to the Bazi analysis theory, year pillar represents ancestors and parents; month pillar represents brothers and sisters; day stem represents oneself; day branch represent spouse; hour pillar represents offspring. In addition, the heavenly stems have their own characteristics which are related to the Five Elements  (Wu Xing). The missing element in a baby's Bazi will be usually added into its name as an action of compensation. Among the ten heavenly stems, there are compatible and opposite relations. While among the earthly branches, the relations are more complex, combination, clash, restriction, harm, etc. Abundant relationships may have accurate explanation on the luck of one self or relatives.  The ancient people believed that birth time is a kind of Qi (aura, something of spirit). People born in the Wei hour have an aura field of Wei. If the birth time is in Wei hour but closing to Shen, the aura field has changed gradually to that of the Shen hour. The Four Pillars of Destiny was created based on vague time, as the time division in ancient time could not be accurate as it is in modern times. So, are there any errors if calculating the Ba Zi because of the time difference? An individual is unique replying on the combination of time, space and spirit. While the Four Pillars mainly talks about time, occasionally space but non spirit. It is an outcome of Chinese metaphysics which is special, interesting but the accurate is debatable.

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The Optional Pillars in BaZi

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In the post on the Four Pillars mention was made of extra Pillars which were available to astrologers. In this post we will have a closer look at them. They are the Conception, Conception Aura, Body, Life and Minute Pillars. We begin with the means to calculate them all, except fpr the Minute Pillar, which is described at the end. It is a special case..

The easiest of the optional Pillars to calculate are the two Conception Pillars. For the Conception Pillar the procedure is easy, even without a table. Using the Month Pillar as the basis, add one to the Stem and 3 to the Branch. For example, the Pillar 5VII would have a Conception Pillar of 6X, or H6/E10. This would be an Earth Rooster Conception Pillar.

The Pillar for the Conception Aura is just about as easy, but it is easier to use the Table below. Using the Month Pillar again as the basis, we add 5 to the Stem and consult the table for the Branch. So, for our 5VIII Month Pillar, we would have 10VIII as the Conception Aura Pillar, or a Water Sheep. We note that the Branch table for the Conception Aura runs in a cycle of two halves, with a sequence of +1, -1, 9, 7, 5, 3, starting with E1 and then continuing. Therefore the sequence would be E1=E2, E2=E1, E3=E12, E4=E11, E5=E10, E6=E9, then the cycle repeats with E7. It is much easier to just look at the tables:

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Life Pillar : The next Pillar to calculate is the Life Pillar, which is related to the other two. Using our Month Pillar from before (5VII) and adding an Hour Pillar, say, 6II, consult the following table:

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The resultant will be E11. We then take this to the Five Tigers Month Table, below. For that we need to know the Year Stem, say for this year (2021): Metal Ox, or H7. So, from the table we plug in E11 and H7, giving us E1 the Rat.

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The resultant Life Pillar is thus H5E1, or Earth Rat.

Body Pillar : The next extra Pillar to calculate is the Body Pillar. The procedure is the same as that for the Life Pillar, except we consult different tables. We note the first table goes in a different sequence than that for the Life Pillar. It goes in reverse order. So, using the same month and hour Branches, consult the table below, again using the 5VII for the Month Pillar and 6II for the Hour Pillar:

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The result from the table is E9, the Monkey Branch. Then, using that and again consulting our Five Tigers table above, we get H3E11, or Fire Monkey. We these at hand, we can then begin parsing the meanings of these extra Pillars in relation to the natal Four Pillars. We will leave the Minute Pillar for after. What follows is taken almost verbatim from the Five Arts site, corrected for English and with added notes by this author. https://fivearts.info/fivearts/index.php?topic=1819.0

Rules for the Conception Pillar : There are some basic rules for reading the Conception Pillar, as follows:

1. Conception is the 4 main pillars’ foundation and root. Therefore it is not favourable for them to clash with the Conception Pillar. If any of the 4 Pillars do clash with that of Conception, the respective kins as represented by the Pillar is inauspicious (has negative influences).

2. It is most unfavourable for Conception Pillar to clash with the Day Pillar. The person’s life will be full of toil and hardships.

3. It is most auspicious for Conception Pillar to have auspicious symbolic stars. For example, if auspicious stars like Heavenly Virtue, Moon Virtue or Nobleman are found in the Conception Pillar, the person will be very protected and have good fortune.

4. When the Conception Pillar’s Stem and Branch elements are of a supporting and harmonious nature with Year and Hour Pillars, the person will be blessed with longevity by their ancestors. If it clashes with the Year pillar, the person’s parents will have short lifespans.

5. The na yin elements of the 4 main Pillars should be not of a conflicting nature with the Conception Pillar. If there are 3 Pillars [or more] which do, the person is born into a poor family, the parents have short lifespans, the person is prone to be orphaned and his/her family is very poor during his/her childhood.

Other considerations for the Conception Pillar are as follows:

If the Conception Pillar:

– has the Prosperity star, the person is born into a wealthy family.

– has the Heavenly Void star, the person is born into a poor family.

– has the Nobleman star, the person has help/grooming from people.

– clashes with the Day or Year pillar, the person has a life full of toil and hardships.

– has na yin (Melodic/Combined Elements) and Hour Pillar’s na yin are of a supporting nature, the person has longevity.

– clashes with Hour pillar, the person has a short lifespan.

– na yin clashes the Year pillar’s na yin , the person’s parents have short lifespans.

General rules for the Conception Aura Pillar : (These are of secondary influence to the Conception Pillar)

– Basically, its Stem is derived by the Stem that combines with the Day Master, while its Branch is derived by the Branch that is liu he (Six Combinations) combined with day branch. Eg; Fire Rat Day Pillar’s Conception Aura pillar is Water Ox, from the tables above.

– The Conception Pillar represents one’s innate aspects, while the Conception Aura Pillar represents acquired aspects. The Conception Pillar is a primary influence (main), while the Conception Aura Pillar is secondary influence.

– The Pillars of Conception and Conception Aura should not clash, as it would be inauspicious. Each of their elements should be supportive to be auspicious.

– Both Pillars originated from some itinerant website’s “Direct Interpretation Chapter”, and belong to a fortune-telling sect’s terminology. The Blindman sect (traditional BaZi analysis) places great importance on them and regards them as “trade secrets”. Although they have certain level of influence in fortune-telling, in most traditional sects they regard the Conception Pillar more than that of the Conception Aura. Itinerant fortune-telling methods regard the Life Pillar, Conception Pillar and Body Pillars as the three most important ones, but place less emphasis on the Conception Aura Pillar.

General rules for the Body Pillar :

Using the Day pillar to determine the Heaven Void, if the Body Pillar has Heaven Void, the person’s life would be generally impoverished, with poor wealth luck, wealth that comes and goes. Even if there is a gain in wealth, it is due to the influence of other Pillars.

2. If the Body Pillar has a clash or “ chuan jue ”, the person’s wealth and luck for the entire life is unfavourable. If there is a Heaven Void, that is to be interpreted separately.

3. If the Body Pillar deities/elements are favourable and its stem supports the Day Master, the person will be very wealthy. If the Body Pillar stem and the Day Master elements are of a conflicting nature, the person will experience a huge loss of wealth.

4. If the Body Pillar elements are unfavourable and its Stem supports the Day Master, the person’s wealth and luck are unfavourable. If the Body Pillar stem and Day Master elements are of a conflicting nature, the person will experience a huge loss of wealth.

5. If the Body Pillar Stem is a favourable element while the Branch is an unfavourable element, and if the Body Stem supports the Day Master, the person is wealthy. But if the Body Stem and Day Master are of a conflicting nature, the person will live an average life.

6. If the Body Pillar Stem and Day Master are involved in a combination, the person has good wealth luck for life.

General rules for the Life Pillar :

If the Ram Knife/Goat Blade star resides in Life Pillar, the person has a strong, impulsive and aggressive character. Be wary if the Year Pillar and Life Pillar’s Branches clash. If so, the person will be prone to have accidents. If the 4 main Pillars are free from clashes and penalties, and 7 Killing & resource elements are present to control the Ram Knife star, the person is capable, responsible and well-respected. Regardless of industry or job requirements, he/she will do it whole-heartedly.

If the Travelling Horse star resides in the Life Pillar, the person will venture overseas. If the wealth element resides in the Life Pillar’s Branch, the person achieves prosperity rapidly, has achievements in career and has affinity with windfalls. If the Seven Killing star resides in the Life Pillar’s branch, person is like to become a diplomat or government official sent for overseas assignments.

The rule is: If the Life Pillar clashes or combines with a Luck or annual Pillar, in that 10-year or 1-year period the person is prone to be moving house or building a new house. If the Life Pillar is the exact pillar as the decade/annual Pillar OR if stem clashes with stem & branch clashes with branch OR stem combines with stem & branch combines with branch, the influence has higher chance of coming true.

The Life Pillar and the timing of death : To see when a person’s death is imminent or a person is on the verge of death. To use the Life Pillar for life-and-death issues is the most clear-cut way. If the Life Pillar clashes completely with any of the main Four Pillars (both stem and stem clashes, and branch and branch also clash) OR the Life Pillar is the exact Pillar as any of main Four Pillars, in that period as represented by that Pillar, the person will likely have a possible death year.

(“same heaven, same earth”) meaning the exact same pillar; same Stem same Branch, (Déjà Vu star)]

[On average, for a 60-year life span, the Year pillar = age 1-15, Month pillar = age 16-30, Day pillar = age 31-45, Hour pillar = age 46-60. Basically each of the main Pillars represents 15 years of person’s life.]

Note : In modern days those periods of life as represented in the Four Pillars may even stretch from 20 – 25 years. The way to know whether or not the periods of life are to be extended is to look at the changes of life when the influences of the various Pillars change. For example, if the Year Pillar is the Monkey and the Month Pillar is the Ox, a sudden shift in emphasis from all things technical to a strong focus on security and financial matters would be a sure indicator of the general length of life. If that change took place at around 18 years, for example, the general rule of thumb would indicate a life span of about 72 years. In other words, each of the main Pillars represents a quarter of one’s lifespan.

Continuing, the Life Pillar is BaZi’s most influential aspect and is the soul of the chart. If we think of BaZi as a person, the Life Pillar is his/her house. Hence, to look at moving or the sale/purchase of house, we must look at Life Pillar.

If the Arts/Imperial Canopy and Heavenly Void stars reside in the Life Pillar, together with the Solitary/Lonesome star, the person is especially suited to venture in a field of research, and there will be great achievements. Such a person has an air of elegance and refinement, has good wealth and luck, but is prone to solitude, has few or no offspring, has weak affinity with kins and is prone to live a solitary life.

Hence, as long as any pillar is:

1. the same exact pillar as Life Pillar (applicable for 4 main pillars only)

2. clashes completely with the Life Pillar (applicable for 4 main Pillars, decade Pillars (Luck Pillars) and annual Pillars)

…the person will have a possible death year.

2. Life Pillar’s branch clashes with the Day Branch = poverty, poor health or short lifespan.

3. Death star or Robbing star resides in the Life Pillar = poor health or short lifespan.

4. (For male person) Life Pillar’s branch is E4 or E10 AND has bad stars residing, the person has changing affinity with the spouse.

5. Life Pillar has Flower of Romance (Peach Blossom) star, the person is a lecherous philanderer. If it has the Travelling Horse, the person ventures overseas.

6. Life Pillar’s branch is the wealth element, the person has a strong source of wealth. [the strength of the Day Master is not mentioned, probably not required.]

7. Life Pillar’s branch is the exact same Branch as the Month Branch, the person is decisive and intelligent.

8. Life Pillar has the Nobleman star with the Birth/Attire life stage (E1, E2), the person is knowledgeable.

Additional text from Master Ghost Valley:

The Ghost Valley sect (traditional) says, if the Conception Pillar…

– has the salary star/wealth, person is born into a wealthy family.

– has the Heavenly Void ( kong wang ), the person is born into a poor family.

– has the Nobleman star, the person has inheritance from the family.

– clashes with the Day/Year Pillar, the person has a life of hardships.

– and Hour Pillar’s na yin are supportive, the person has a long lifespan.

– and Hour Pillar clash with each other, the person has a short lifespan.

– and Year Pillar’s na yin are destructive, the parents of a person have short lifespans.

Examples for the Life Pillar :

Case 1 (male)

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The Life Pillar is the exact same Pillar as Month Pillar and also clashes completely with Year Pillar. In the years between 16-30 years of age, the person will have a possible death year. He died at the age of 18, Luck Pillar = H1-E7 (Wood Horse), annual Pillar = H5-E7 (Earth Horse).

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Case 2 (male)

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The Life Pillar is the exact same Pillar as the Month Pillar. In the years between 16-30 years of age, the person will have a possible death year. He drowned at the age of 19, Luck Pillar = H4-E2 (Fire Ox), annual Pillar = H3-E5 (Fire Dragon).

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Case 3 (female)

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As the Life Pillar’s Stem is same as the Year Pillar, only the Branches of both Pillars are clashing (E4 clashes with E10), and she shouldn’t have any dangers in age 1-15. But unfortunately, at age 3 the danger is in the Luck Pillar H6-E4 (Earth Rabbit) which clashes completely with the Life Pillar; The Luck Pillar Stem clashes with the Life stem and the Luck Pillar Branch clashes with the Life Branch. Hence, she died at age 3 due to illness. [In other words, there must be a complete clash between the Stem and the Branch for the real danger of death to show.]

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Overall considerations for the Conception, Body and Life Pillars :

  • The 3 Pillars not only have interactions with the main Four Pillars (year, month, day, hour); they also interact between one another.
  • The 3 Pillars clash with each other = the person has a life of toils and hardships, often travelling/moving/changing jobs.
  • The 3 Pillars are at odds with each other = the person has poor health and many illnesses.
  • The 3 Pillars are harmonious with each other = the person is highly intelligent.
  • The 3 Pillars “chuan jue” with each other = the person has poor health and many illnesses. ( chuan jue are serious clashes, as in Pierce and Sever)

Pierce and Sever are outlined in the tables below. Of the two, Sever is the most severe case. The action works in either direction. Both Rat and Sheep pierce each other, for example.

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  • Conception Pillar meets clashes = the person has a difficult youth and poor health.
  • Conception Pillar meets Heavenly Void = the person has poor health and spending a lot of money.
  • Conception Pillar clashes with Year Pillar = One of the person’s parents might have a short lifespan.
  • Conception Pillar is the same Stem and Branch with the Year Pillar = the person’s parents are improper.
  • Conception Pillar clashes with Yin Branch = the person’s mother adopted her sibling’s son
  • Conception Pillar clashes with Yang Branch = the person’s father adopted his sibling’s son
  • Life or Body Pillar has Heavenly Void = the person is a low profile individual, has few successes in life and is solitary.
  • Life or Body Pillar has clashes = the person has a toiling life, is likely to have surgery or an accident.
  • Life or Body Pillar has combinations = the person receives help/grooming from benefactors.
  • Life, Body and Conception Pillars clash with each other = person has a toiling life and tends to be travelling around often.

The Minute Pillar

The Minute Pillar is a special case in BaZi, for two reasons: Firstly, it is not generally used (in fact rarely). Secondly, there is neither universal agreement on how to calculate the Minute Pillar, nor about its meaning. However, it is included here because some practitioners do use it, and because it is being investigated by a few practitioners. We start with its proposed meanings.

The Minute Pillar represents an extension of the Hour Pillar. That much is clear. Other than that, it would appear to represent grandchildren, friends of friends (general acquaintances outside of family, the post-retirement years, long term investments and the legacy of one’s creative work, including income generated from creative work. The Minute Pillar could also represent the legacy one leaves for one’s family. Perhaps we get the idea. But further, if the Hour Pillar represents the last quarter of one’s life, as practice over centuries has shown, the Minute Pillar presents some interesting speculations.

If the Hour Pillar represents the last quarter of life, then the Minute Pillar represents conditions at the moment of death and the immediate sojourn in the Heavenly Fields. It would also follow that the Minute Pillar would represent the nature and number of one’s grandchildren, as well as the nature and relative wealth generated by one’s long-term investments, such as property and the like.

In a spiritual perspective, the Minute Pillar would represent the wisdom accumulated throughout life or one’s inability to learn from experience. The Minute Pillar is analogous to the moment of one’s birth, a sort of Chinese Ascendant, showing the path forward spiritually and thereby representing a doorway into greater realities. Therefore, instead of being an unknown quantity, as is currently the case in the practice of Chinese astrology, instead the Minute Pillar should be of much greater importance in considering the Four Pillars than is currently the norm in BaZi. If BaZi is to be seen in a wider, spiritual context, then it would seem imperative that a standardized method is found for its calculation. This brings up an important topic, such as how we define a ‘Chinese Minute’.

The Chinese Minute : The old school of Chinese astrology does not establish a need for determining the minute of birth. The Chinese double-hour is sufficient to the task for establishing the Four Pillars of Destiny and charting the course of one’s life. However, it would help to talk about how a minute is defined.

In standard practice now across the world, there are 24 hours in a day and sixty minutes in an hour, along with sixty seconds in each minute. But the old Chinese system uses a system of 12 double-hours, which fits very nicely with the cycle of 12 Branches and so on. So on that basis, if we divide a double-hour by 12, we get a resultant ten-minute interval. Such a ten-minute interval has been mentioned in relation to Tzi Wei Dou Shu astrology. For the practice of that system, such a division of the double-hour would appear to be sufficient. But there are other considerations.

In seeking to make the minute system more closely conform with modern standards, one system on Minute Pillars has been devised that divides the day in halves of 12 standard hours each, from midnight to noon and from noon to midnight, and then dividing the 12-hour periods into six-minute segments. The general practice there is to start with the same Stem and Branch as the Rat and Horse hours for the day in question and then progress through the Pillars in the standard fashion from there. This system has yet to be proven, though it is rather interesting and should be investigated. But there is yet another refinement on the minutes, one that was put forward in the program I helped develop with Esoteric Technologies in The Imperial Astrologer software.

If we take the fact there are 120 standard minutes in a double-hour, then we can divide the double-hour into 60 two-minute segments, to which all the 60 Stem-Branch combinations would be representatives. The Stem and Branch for the 1 st double-minute would be the same as that of the Hour Pillar, and each double-hour and 1 st Minute Pillar of that hour would be the same. Such a system would be an approximation of the Ascendant as calculated in Western astrology. The Minute Pillar in the system just described can be progressed and can also be used to rectify the birth time.

As to the relations between the Minute Pillar and the other Pillars, interpretation would proceed as it would for any other Pillar, keeping in mind the characteristics and kin of the respective Pillars. The Minute Pillar is a work in progress. I would suspect it will become a standard feature of modern BaZi practice in the not-too-distant future. Perhaps each of the systems just outlined has its respective usage.

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Who should a Horse marry?

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What is the lucky color for Horse in 2022?

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Previously I have written two articles for Feng Shui Today magazine. One is “ About Peach Blossoms ” and the other is “ About Travel Horse ”. These are both important stars/symbols in Bazi (Chinese Astrology) and identify a person’s outlook, relationships, character and movements in life.

This article is about the General Star (将星) (Jiang Xing), which is another one of the stars or symbols in Bazi. It relates to power and affects a person’s career, ability and influence.

The Ancient Chinese said: ‘将星文武两相宜,祿重权高足可知’. This means that people who have the General Star will be good scholars and/or military figures, masters of both pen and sword. They may also enjoy high power and social status.

To find the General Star you can look at the Year Branch or Day Branch from your Bazi Chart.

将星 (Jiang Xing) refers to a big general in the army, therefore the center of the ‘Three Combines” is the General Star.

If the General Star is supported by lucky stars, it will be more powerful.

If the General Star is in a position of Officer (正官) , the person is likely to hold power in his/her life. An example is if a person’s Day Master is Yin Metal 辛金 and they are born in the year of Dog and the month of Horse. The Horse is the General Star and also a Power Star for this person.

If the General Star also happens to be a Seven Killing 七杀or Goat Blade 羊刃then  this person may hold the power of life and death.

If the General Star also happens to be a Prosperity Star, then this person has a chance to be a treasurer.

If the General Star is not damaged and does not clash, then it is good for all kinds of careers and this person will have power over people, with leadership and influence.

If the General Star is in a death position at the time of life, then the power of the star is inactive.

If the General Star meets an inauspicious star, it will enhance the inauspicious aspect of life and may cause financial loss, accidents and injuries.

If the General Star happens to be a Robbing Money Star 劫财 and if the Robbing Money Star is unfavorable to the person, then the negative impact from the General Star can be very strong; enough even to send the person bankrupt. An example is a person with a Yin Water Day Master 癸水 who is born in the Monkey year and Rat month. The Rat (Yang Water) is the General Star, but also the Robbing Money Star.

The General Star can also appear in the Luck Pillars or in the annual year. For example, 2014 was a year of the Horse, so for people born in the year of the Dog, Tiger or Horse, they had the General Star for a year. If they already have the General Star in their Bazi, then the Year Star could enhance its power.

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Mina Zheng was born in Southern China and moved to Australia in 1990. Her Feng Shui studies began with her father, who is a well known Tai Chi Master, Chinese Metaphysic researcher and author. Over the years she has also studied with Master Lillian Too, Grand Master Raymond Lo and Grand Master Shao Wei Hua, who is among the top ten Feng Shui Masters in China and was personally awarded the title of Feng Shui Master and Zhou Yi Prediction Master by him. Nowadays she runs a busy international practice – Feng Shui Australia.

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Clash in Your Four Pillars of Destiny Chart

As Feng Shui gains greater visibility and popularity worldwide, you may be doing a bit of research on your own. You may come across some language that makes you feel fearful or uncertain.

Case in point…years ago, I had a call from a nice woman who said that she was reading some information in a book. She was crying and said, “This book basically said that I have this clash-thing and I’m going to get some kind of stomach related cancer! Is this true?” The backstory was that she wasn’t feeling well and tried to read her own Four Pillars of Destiny chart with just a book as a reference.

Naturally, I spent some time talking with this woman, and, together, we looked at her Four Pillars of Destiny/BaZi chart. I helped educate her on all the details. There was indeed a clash in her chart. I explained to her that when you are experiencing a clash in your chart, it is especially important to have good Feng Shui in your home. She’s since become a very loyal Feng Shui client and we have worked together for years on her goals. I’m happy to report that she is healthy and doing well these days.

What is a clash and how does Feng Shui help?

Let’s define the word clash. According to Merriam-Webster, a clash is “a sharp conflict” or a ‘hostile encounter’. From a Feng Shui perspective, this is accurate because we see this as the encounter of two forces, usually opposing, that trigger a shift or change. Do you think change is bad? Then the results may not be desirable. If you are an optimistic person and you believe that change is needed to grow, improve, and move-up in the world, then you are someone who embraces change. You probably like a clash and get the most benefit from it!

A clash can be found either in your natal BaZi chart or when the luck pillar and/or the annual year pillar comes in as a factor to consider. This is an advanced way of looking at someone’s BaZi chart.

These are the 6 most commonly know clashes in Bazi: Zi 子 – Wu 午 (Rat and Horse clash, basically Water vs Fire) Mao 卯 – You 酉 (Rabbit and Rooster clash, Wood vs Metal) Yin 寅 – Shen 申 (Tiger and Monkey clash, Wood vs Metal) Si 巳 – Hai 亥 (Snake and Pig clash, Fire vs Water) Chen 辰 – Xu 戌 (Dragon and Dog clash, Earth vs Earth) Chou 丑 – Wei 未 (Ox and Goat clash, Earth vs Earth)

What must you take note of if you see a clash present in your BaZi chart or you can anticipate that there is a clash coming?

There are many things we can decode from a clash. Most important is to look at a person’s health. For so many of us, health is wealth. Here are some basic (not completely comprehensive) conditions that may be triggered by a clash:

Zi 子 – Wu 午 (Rat and Horse clash) – Too much fire can indicate heart, blood, eye issues whereas too much water can indicate issues with urinary or bladder systems

Mao 卯 – You 酉 (Rabbit and Rooster clash) – This can indicate breaking smaller bones like a hand or foot, hip, issues with the liver, gallbladder bile-ducts, and maybe, pancreas, also sexual organ issues

Yin 寅 – Shen 申 (Tiger and Monkey clash) – Too much metal and wood can also an indicate a vehicle-related accident, major broken limbs, back, spinal cord, hip, skin-related or gastrointestinal issues

Si 巳 – Hai 亥 (Snake and Pig clash) – This is considered to be the least harmful of all clashes. It is also known as an annoying clash because it can be triggered by any kind of movement such as driving, riding a bike, or traveling. When big heavy automobiles are involved, it can be destructive. Healthwise keep a check on bodily heat conditions such as piles, acne, pimples

Chen 辰 – Xu 戌 (Dragon and Dog clash) – This can indicate digestion & stomach-related problems, torso, and muscle issues. Take note of any chest pain and address it right away

Chou 丑 – Wei 未 (Ox and Goat clash) – This is often known as a poisonous clash. This can indicate food poisoning, abdomen-related problems, flesh, and skin infections. It can also trigger cancerous cell development which is problematic because you may not have symptoms right away

Important: If you aren’t feeling well, you need to get it addressed by a healthcare professional right away. This would not be the time to brush it under the rug!

First, when we see a clash coming, we do what we can to prepare in advance. Knowledge is Power. Having a Four Pillars of Destiny/BaZi chart reading gives you the information you need to make smart choices.

Second, get your Feng Shui in order. This is an important time to make sure you have good Feng Shui in your home. By having energetic support from your physical environment, you can sleep better, have a sense of peace & well-being, you can attract the right kinds of helpful people into your life. Good Feng Shui can help you turn a potentially undesirable experience into something amazing.

Knowing what may come means we have the choice to prevent it from happening to us. Our choice give us control of our destiny!

Source: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/clash

13 Responses

I am born in the year of dragon. I rear a dog. Will it affect me or will there be a clash in my house? Kindly reply

Hi Audrey, Thanks for your question. No, it is a myth that if a person has a Dragon in their chart they cannot own/rear a dog as a pet. In fact, sometimes opposites attract! Enjoy your sweet pup.

Hi, I born in goat year. I got ox in my day, month and lucky pillars. Anything I can do and is it impacting my children? Thanks

Sorry.. typo..should be ox in hour and day Not month.

Hi Vita, It sounds like this clash is also part of another structure called a Bullying Punishment. So, be sure to treat your kids with tender loving care and avoid bullying them. There are certain years this could be more challenging. If you want a more in-depth analysis, PM me and we can discuss a BaZi reading session.

My son was born on June 28, 1997. I am interested in his health.

Hello, for a detailed analysis, please consult with a BaZi reading.

Hi Master. Can I ask bazi questions here ? Thank you

Hello, it is best to email your personal inquiry. Detailed analysis can be done with a BaZi reading. Jillian

My DM is Wu Shen ( Yang Earth Monkey) born in month of Ren Wu, year of Yi Mao, hour of Ji Wei. I’m currently going through Ding Hai luck period. Hai is clashing Shen. Well, it has been an eventful luck period for me. Next luck period is Wu Zi will clash with the Ren Wu month pillar. And the luck period after that Ji Chou will clash with my hour pillar of Ji Wei. Does it mean that I will have a lonely miserable life and die alone? I read that harm combinations are worse than clashes. Looking at my current and upcoming luck pillars I feel worried.

Hi Tammy, Thanks for your question. In my opinion, no. Our charts indicate the Heaven aspect of our lives, which accounts for about 30%. Then, there are the aspects of Earth and Human. The Earth aspect = Feng Shui and our environment while the Human aspect = our free will. If you choose to be alone, then you will be. You can make other choices. Loneliness, which is found in other ways in a chart, can also be managed. I know that what’s out there about harms and clashes can be scary – and that’s largely because of the cultural context of the writer & audience. If you simply see clashes as indicating a change, and you have the tools, resources, and positive attitude to navigate it, then you can emerge stronger. You always have a choice. If you wish to go deeper, feel free to book a session with me. Kindest, Jillian

Thank you for your response, Jillian. Sincerely from the bottom of my heart 💜!

Hello ! I’m 35years old and i’m woman. I have a Pig (pillar day) clash Snack (pillar Month). Birth: 08 May 1988, Hour 00:55 in Papeete Tahiti French Polynesia. Clash RobWealth and Direct Wealth. Whats do you meaning? Please thank you so much.

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The 10 Gods Of Bazi Destiny Analysis

To decipher an individual’s bazi, one needs to have a fundamental understanding of the relationship between the self-element (day master) with other heavenly stems .

As a quick recap, bazi consist of 8 characters made up of 4 heavenly stems and 4 earthly branches.

More about the basics of bazi (4 pillars of destiny) can be found here .

There are 10 possible heavenly stems that can take up each of the 4 heavenly stems; positions.

In classical text, these 10 stems are named 十神 which literally translates to 10 gods, 10 deities or some refer to it as 10 spirits.

It should be reminded that these references to the 10 gods have no connotations to religion, superstition or celestial beings.

It’s just a play with words. An expression of the meanings behind them.

Among the 10 gods, what they represent to each person depends on the person’s self-element (ri yuan 日元). This is because what a certain element mean to a specific person can only be determined with reference to the day master.

The 10 gods are:

  • Jia wood (甲)
  • Yi wood (乙)
  • Bing fire (丙)
  • Ding fire (丁)
  • Wu earth (戊)
  • Ji earth (己)
  • Geng metal (庚)
  • Xin metal (辛)
  • Ren water (壬)
  • Gui water (癸)

A gentle reminder that the above don’t mean anything until one can figure out his self-element.

To find meaning behind them, the relationship between the self-element and the 10 gods have to be determined.

This can be categorized into:

  • The element that creates self-element
  • The element that is created by self-element
  • The element that destroys self-element
  • The element that is destroyed by self-element
  • The element that duplicates self-element

As there is a yin (-) or yang (+) attribute to each element, the above 5 elements plus their yin and yang polarity (or versions) make up the 10 deities.

As can be observed above, there are only 5 elements that have significantly different functions. Plus the elemental stem that represents the self (ri yuan), it makes up 6 main variables. Thus the 10 gods can sometimes be also referred to as the 6 gods or 6 spirits.

Discovering the 10 gods

To elaborate what are the possible representations each of the 10 gods has, let’s use an example in which an individual discovers he has a self-element of jia wood (+ wood) after plotting his bazi .

The wood element is destroyed by metal, creates fire, destroys earth, and is created by water.

The determination of each god then, is as below.

Direct resource (正印) is the yin creator and indirect resource (偏印) is the yang creator.

Friendly (比肩) is the yang duplicate and competition (劫财) is the yin duplicate.

Extrovert talent (伤官) is the yin created and introvert talent (食神) is the yang created.

Direct wealth (正财) is the yin destroyed and indirect wealth (偏财) is the yang destroyed.

Given authority (正官) is the yin destroyer and earned authority (偏官 or 七殺) is the yang destroyer.

Thus, in this example, we would be able to identify the 10 gods specific to this individual with a self-element of jia wood.

  • Direct resource as yin water (癸)
  • Indirect resource as yang water (壬)
  • Friendly as yang wood (甲)
  • Competition as yin wood (乙)
  • Extrovert talent as yin fire (丁)
  • Introvert talent as yang fire (丙)
  • Direct wealth as yin earth (己)
  • Indirect wealth as yang earth (戊)
  • Given authority as yin metal (辛)
  • Earned authority as yang metal (庚)

There are a lot of diverse implications for each god. But here is a brief explanation of what they can indicate.

To simplify the referencing of the 10 gods, heavenly stems can be labeled with numbers from H1 to H10. This can enable easier comprehension for non-mandarin speakers.

Direct resource

Mother, mentor, benefactors, supporters, academic pursuit, knowledge, charity, inputs for growth, home, religious places, etc.

Indirect resource

Stepmother, mentors with hidden agendas, knowledge of little value, medicine, unfruitful career, etc.

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Independence, loyalty, decisiveness, confidence, perseverance, etc.

Passion, courage, authenticity, social, adaptable, impulsive, risky, etc.

Extrovert talent

Extrovert, eloquent, romantic, smart, creative, rebellious, variety of interests, etc.

Introvert talent (Eating God)

Introvert, philosophical, multi-talented, strategist, humble, deep-thinker, etc.

Direct wealth

Down to earth, sincere, rational, reliable, sensible, family-oriented, traditional, conservative, etc.

Indirect wealth

Generous, regimental, lack of discipline, sharp mind, indecisive, rash, cowardly, etc.

Given authority

Honorable, law-abiding, ethical, trustworthy, passive, weak willed, etc.

Earned authority (7 killings)

Chivalry, alert, firm, vigorous, dictator, charismatic, aggressive, unreasonable, reckless, etc.

As the method to determine which heavenly stem represents which god, here is a basic explanation to help you grasp it better.

Direct resource is the:

  • yin element that creates a yang self-element
  • yang element that creates a in self-element

Indirect resource is the:

  • yang element that creates a yang self-element
  • yin element that creates a yin self-element

Friendly is the:

  • yang element that duplicates a yang self-element
  • yin element that duplicates a yin self-element

Competition is the:

  • yin element that duplicates a yang self-element
  • yang element that duplicates a yin self-element

Extrovert talent is the:

  • yin element created by a yang self-element
  • yang element created by a yin self-element

Introvert talent is the:

  • yang element created by a yang self-element
  • yin element created by a yin self-element

Direct wealth is the:

  • yin element destroyed by a yang self-element
  • yang element destroyed by a yin self-element

Indirect wealth is the:

  • yang element destroyed by a yang self-element
  • yin element destroyed by a yin self-element

Given authority is the:

  • yin element that destroys a yang self-element
  • yang element that destroys a yin self-element

Earned authority is the:

  • yang element that destroys a yang self-element
  • yin element that destroys a yin self-element

Alternatively, we can use a table to simplify the referencing.

Or you can refer to a full detailed cheat sheet here .

Having gone through the above elaborations, it should be clear that any one heavenly stem does not have a fixed representation of any of the 10 gods. What each stem represents depends on what the day stem (day master) of an individual is.

When a stem is favorable to the self, it can be referred to as a god (神). And when it’s unfavorable, it can be referred to as a ghost (鬼) or killing (煞).

It must also be noted that while the 10 gods play a critical role in basic bazi diagnosis, a lot of other variables come into play in advanced bazi analysis.

And if you cannot fully understand the 10 gods, you might want to refrain from making judgments and decisions on your own bazi.

This is because mistakes can sometimes cause you to trigger negative events and suppress positive events.

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Bazi Symbolic Stars

41 Bazi Symbolic Stars 八字神煞

Simplified Bazi Symbolic Stars

How you can utilise this Bazi Symbolic Stars to help your Bazi analysis.

For quick application and reference, it's simple to use but the accuracy is not 100% if reading one star alone unless it's combined with other methods, eg other Symbolic Star, Yin and Yang five elements, 10 Deities, luck cycle, current year and month to be consider for deeper analysis

In Bazi forecasting, it cannot play a role in determining a person's good or bad luck destiny, but can only play a role in assisting good or bad luck.

In order to make the Bazi analysis unique, in modern times, we used Day Master to determine each Symbolic Star for more accurate analysis. But it is not the core concept of the Bazi analysis technique after all, it can only assist the luck of a person's Bazi.

There's some who uses Symbolic Star in home or office Feng Shui audit but BE WARNED as the application for Feng Shui has different flow. The classic theory used in Bazi is different from the one used in Feng Shui audit so if applied wrongly, one might accidentally activated an inauspicious stars instead.

You can find many ancient Chinese books or online blog explaining the meaning for each symbolic stars and methods to find them in your Bazi. 

Total it has more than 100 Symbolic Stars but commonly used is below few.

Below is the table for 41 Bazi Symbolic Stars 41 八字神煞表.

八字神煞 Bazi Symbolic Stars

天乙贵人 Heaven Nobleman

太极贵人 TaiChi Nobleman

文昌 Academic Star

空亡 Void or Emptiness

红艳 Flower of Romance

羊刃 Sheep Blade

血刃 Blood Blade

驿马 Travelling Horse

禄神 Longevity God

飞刃 Flying Blade

华盖 Arts & Talent Stars 

将星 General Stars

桃花 Peach Blossom

劫煞 Robbery Sha

亡神 Death God

天德 Heaven Virtues

月德 Monthly Virtues 

天医 Heaven Doctor 

天喜 Heaven Happiness 

红鸾 Marriage and Romance 

孤辰 Loneliness Star

三奇贵 3 Virtues 

魁罡 Kui Gang 

福星贵人 Lucky Star Nobleman Star

十灵日 10 Spiritual Day

阴阳煞 Yin Yang Sha

挂剑煞 Sword Sha 

Finding The Symbolic Stars Formula

禄神 Longevity God use Day Master (DM) to find

甲禄寅。乙禄卯。丙禄巳。丁禄午。戊禄巳。己禄午。庚禄申。辛禄酉。壬禄亥。癸禄子。 

天乙贵人 Heaven Nobleman use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日丑未。乙日申子。丙日酉亥。丁日酉亥。戊日丑未。己日申子。庚日丑未。辛日寅午。壬日卯巳。癸日卯巳。 

天德 Heaven Virtues use Month Earth Branch (MEB) to find

寅月丁。卯月申。辰月壬。巳辛月。午月亥。未月甲。申月癸。酉月寅。戌月丙。亥月乙。子月巳。丑月庚。

月德 Heaven Virtues use Month Earth Branch (MEB) to find

寅月丙。卯月甲。辰月壬。巳辛庚。午月丙。未月甲。申月壬。酉月庚。戌月丙。亥月甲。子月壬。丑月庚。 

文昌 Academic Star use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日巳。乙日午。丙日申。丁日酉。戊日申。己日酉。庚日亥。辛日子。壬日寅。癸日卯。

将星 General Star use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日子。丑日酉。寅日午。卯日卯。辰日子。巳日酉。午日午。未日卯。申日子。酉日酉。戌日午。亥日卯。 

华盖 Art & Talent Star use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日辰。丑日丑。寅日戌。卯日未。辰日辰。巳日丑。午日戌。未日未。申日辰。酉日丑。戌日戌。亥日未。 

驿马 Travelling Horse use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日寅。丑日亥。寅日申。卯日巳。辰日寅。巳日亥。午日申。未日巳。申日寅。酉日亥。戌日申。亥日巳。 

羊刃 Sheep Blade use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日卯。乙日寅。丙日午。丁日巳。戊日午。己日巳。庚日酉。辛日申。壬日子。癸日亥。

桃花 Peach Blossom use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日酉。丑日午。寅日卯。卯日子。辰日酉。巳日午。午日卯。未日子。申日酉。酉日午。戌日卯。亥日子。

红艳 Flower of Romance use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日午。乙日午。丙日寅。丁日未。戊日辰。己日辰。庚日戌。辛日酉。壬日子。癸日申。

空亡 Void or Emptiness use Year or Day Pillar to find

甲子旬在戌亥。甲戌旬在申酉。甲申旬在午未。甲午旬在辰巳。甲辰旬在寅卯。甲寅旬在子丑。 

亡神 Death God use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日亥。丑日申。寅日巳。卯日寅。辰日亥。巳日申。午日巳。未日寅。申日亥。酉日申。戌日巳。亥日寅。 

劫煞 Robbery Sha use Spouse palace (DEB) to find

子日巳。丑日寅。寅日亥。卯日申。辰日巳。巳日寅。午日亥。未日申。申日巳。酉日寅。戌日亥。亥日申。 

孤辰 Loneliness Star use Year Earth Branch (YEB) to find

子年寅。丑年寅。寅年巳。卯年巳。辰年巳。巳年申。午年申。未年申。申年亥。酉年亥。戌年亥。亥年寅。

血刃 Blood Blade use Month Earth Branch (MEB) to find

寅月丑。卯月未。辰月寅。巳月申。午月卯。未月酉。申月辰。酉月戌。戌月巳。亥月亥。子月午。丑月子。

魁罡 Kui Kang use Day Pillar (DP) to find

戊戌日。庚辰日。庚戌日。壬辰日。

太极贵人 Tai Chi Nobleman use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日见子。乙日见午。丙日见卯。丁日见酉。戊己日见土。庚日见亥。辛日见寅。壬日见申。癸日见巳。

福星贵人 Lucky Star Nobleman Star use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日寅时。乙日丑时。丙日子时。丁日酉时。戊日申时。己日未时。庚日午时。辛日巳时。壬日辰时。癸日卯时。 

学堂 Learning Star use Day Master (DM) to find

甲日亥月时。乙日午月时。丙日寅月时。丁日酉月时。戊日寅月时。己日酉月时。庚日巳月时。辛日子月时。壬日申月时。癸日卯月时。

Remembering the Symbolic Stars can be easy and fast by applying simple methods. Example, to find 空亡 Void or Emptiness in 1 minute without apps or table.

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    It covers Bazi, Qi-men-Dun-Jia, Feng Shui and Yi-Jing divinations. Rare Feng Shui and Bazi knowledge not taught in classes are found here. Sunday, February 20, 2022. Meanings of "Travelling Horse" 驿马神煞解 "Travelling horse" is a symbolic star or shen-sha in Bazi reading, date-selection, QMDJ and many other Chinese metaphysics systems ...

  7. Ba Zi Series

    驿马 (YiMa)is the travel horse. It is the name of one of the deities in Chinese astrology (the Four Pillars of destiny or Bazi). In ancient China, 驿 站 (Yi Zhan) is the post station, it is similar to our post office. 驿马were the tools for delivering all the posts and document for the governments. Hence, the travel horse represents ...

  8. The 12 Stages of Growth (十二长生) in Bazi

    These branches mark the beginnings of each season. In Bazi, they are also linked to the Traveling Horse (驿马星) and are used to assess an individual's creativity and activity levels. Notably, individuals with two or more Four Growth branches in their Bazi chart tend to be more accident-prone due to their active and travel-heavy lifestyles

  9. Ba Zi/Symbolic Stars

    E4. E12. E2. E1. E9. Symbolic Stars are activated when they appear in the Luck Pillar or the Year Pillar of a Ba Zi chart. For example, a person with H2 as the Day Heavenly Stem, and E7 on any of his Earthly Branches will have an Academic Star. Similarly, a person with H6 as the Day Heavenly Stem, and E1 and/or E9 on any of his Earthly Branches ...

  10. Four Pillars of Destiny (Bazi)

    The Four Pillars of Destiny is known as 'eight characters of birth time', namely Sheng Chen Ba Zi, shortly as Bazi in Pinyin. As an important component of Chinese fortune telling, the 'four pillars' refers to the year, month, day and hour pillars of a birthday in Chinese solar calendar and each pillar has two characters, eight characters (Ba Zi) in total.

  11. The Special Guide To Bazi Symbolic Stars And What They Mean

    When you have had your bazi plotted out, the 8 characters which consist of heavenly stems and earthly branches can give you a good idea of your astrological make-up. This in turn allows one to manage it by nudging life subtly towards a desired direction. It can be very powerful indeed especially when the 10 gods have been properly identified and competently analyzed. However, there are also ...

  12. The Optional Pillars in BaZi

    The Optional Pillars in BaZi. ... If it has the Travelling Horse, the person ventures overseas. 6. Life Pillar's branch is the wealth element, the person has a strong source of wealth. [the strength of the Day Master is not mentioned, probably not required.] 7. Life Pillar's branch is the exact same Branch as the Month Branch, the person is ...

  13. What does Sky Horse mean in BaZi? [FAQs!]

    February 6, 2024 by Anna Howard. Spread the love. I'd say that the Sky Horse Star can be symbolised by a Pegasus - a mythical flying horse. Also known as the Travelling Star, it obviously pertains to travel, mobility and foreign places. You could even say the Sky Horse Star is one of the components in BaZi that impart a sense of wanderlust.

  14. BaZi Calculator

    Recommendations for BaZi Calculator: The program is very good, better than 90% of the Chinese 4P software (forget the English ones) - Ken Lai. BaZi Calculator; My Charts; Famous Charts; ... travelling horse, backstabbing*, Interactions: directional combination (Shen-You-Xu), hidden triangular combination (Shen-(Zi)-Chen),

  15. About the Travel Horse (论驿马星)

    About the Travel Horse (论驿马星) 驿马 (YiMa)is the travel horse. It is the name of one of the deities in. Chinese astrology (the Four Pillars of destiny or BaZi ). In ancient China, 驿 站 (Yi Zhan) is the post station, it is similar to our post office. 驿马 were the tools for delivering all the posts and document for the governments.

  16. BaZi Series

    One is "About Peach Blossoms" and the other is "About Travel Horse". These are both important stars/symbols in Bazi (Chinese Astrology) and identify a person's outlook, relationships, character and movements in life. This article is about the General Star (将星) (Jiang Xing), which is another one of the stars or symbols in Bazi.

  17. Clash in Your Four Pillars of Destiny Chart

    This is an advanced way of looking at someone's BaZi chart. These are the 6 most commonly know clashes in Bazi: Zi 子 - Wu 午 (Rat and Horse clash, basically Water vs Fire) Mao 卯 - You 酉 (Rabbit and Rooster clash, Wood vs Metal) Yin 寅 - Shen 申 (Tiger and Monkey clash, Wood vs Metal) Si 巳 - Hai 亥 (Snake and Pig clash ...

  18. The 10 Gods Of Bazi Destiny Analysis

    To decipher an individual's bazi, one needs to have a fundamental understanding of the relationship between the self-element (day master) with other heavenly stems. As a quick recap, bazi consist of 8 characters made up of 4 heavenly stems and 4 earthly branches. More about the basics of bazi (4 pillars of destiny) can be found here. There are 10 possible heavenly stems that can take up each ...

  19. Bazi Symbolic Stars

    Below is the table for 41 Bazi Symbolic Stars 41 八字神煞表. 八字神煞 Bazi Symbolic Stars. 天乙贵人 Heaven Nobleman. 太极贵人 TaiChi Nobleman. 文昌 Academic Star. 空亡 Void or Emptiness. 红艳 Flower of Romance. 羊刃 Sheep Blade. 血刃 Blood Blade. 驿马 Travelling Horse. 禄神 Longevity God. 飞刃 Flying Blade ...

  20. Travel Horse (驿马)in Four Pillars of Destiny and Qimen ...

    Exploring the travel horse in Bazi and QMDJ#bazi #八字 #奇门遁甲 #qimendunjia #fourpillarsofdestiny

  21. Learn to do a basic Bazi chart reading for beginners

    Understanding some other stars like The Nobleman star, The Travel Horse star and The Peach Blossom star. ... Bazi is a form of Chinese astrology that uses a person's birth date and time to create a unique chart that reflects their personality, strengths, weaknesses, and potential future. In this course, you will learn the basics of Bazi chart ...

  22. BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny 101: What is Nobleman?

    Such is not life. Nobleman is still attached to a particular Element, meaning each Nobleman can represent any one of the Five Elements - Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood. For example, Monkey 申 is a Metal Element, Tiger 寅 is a Wood Element, etc. The strength or power of your Nobleman will depend on the person's favorable elements.

  23. BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny 101: What is a Clash?

    And from a BaZi sense of view, a clash is a normal occurrence. It's part of life. We all go through periods of clash, multiple times in a lifetime, and it can happen at any moment - in a particular hour, a day, a month, a year, or even an entire 10-year luck cycle! But knowing this valuable information is a lot like being given an armor.