Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Missing Element


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A Samaritan’s word, “…It is also not feasible for you to explain this in laymen terms for my easy understanding and even if you do, it might take pages and pages of emails.”, sums up our predicament regarding online reading. Most who wrote to us for consultations are enthusiast of BaZi. Therefore, a layman response may not be satisfactory without explaining how a conclusion is arrived at. This is almost like writing a book. 

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For such, I take this opportunity to discuss a chart of a notable author of FengShui books, which is easily available, to discuss a simple and largely misunderstood topic – using a missing element.

This is technically a fake follower chart. There are only 2 elements in the chart, Water and Fire. If we only use the favorable gods, it means to say we have very little useful god to play with. The structure of the chart reveals the inclination towards greed. In the chart there is no wood to arbitrate. Luckily, entering JiaChen luck pillar, he is seen to have been writing a lot of books, public speeches and so forth. He is using output, which is not in his natal chart, to his advantages. It is not very surprising if you found the contents of his writing is of shallow and many are repeated contents. This has to stem from the overwhelming wealth structure that Gui person follows. Preparing for the arrival of GuiMao, a large tendency is he is diversifying into properties, with a farewell bid of early-retirement from the center stage – a reason for his student to write book on his behalves. This is one good example of how to use the element that is missing in the natal chart to one’s advantages.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is he diversifying into properties? Is it to make use of the Mao in LP and Hai in his chart to form Hai, Mao, Wei 食伤?

DAVID YEK TAK WAI (email:yektakwai@hotmail.com) said...

There is a tendency towards Hai Mao Wei - again his output. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I have understand the meaning of making use of the missing element. Really appreciated.

Gary said...

Do you mean that even Wei does not exist in his chart, just by diversifying into properties is equivalent to having that star, and form the Hai-Mao-Wei combo... And result in Wood-output? Thanks in advance!

James said...

Joey Yap :) David I have been following you for a long time now. I have problems deciding stremgth of my own CHART pls help? 31-12-83 0738hrs Male. The whole world will tell me I'm a strong gui DM but I think otherwise, what do you think? :)

DAVID YEK TAK WAI (email:yektakwai@hotmail.com) said...

James, PM me... Thanks

Bernard Chia said...

Hi David,
There's a contradiction here. Gui-hai day pillar is a solid water block. Being a 'stubborn' pillar, do you think he will follow wealth? Likely a weak chart instead, pls verify.

DAVID YEK TAK WAI (email:yektakwai@hotmail.com) said...

Bernard, ;-)

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