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Hurting Officer Case Study: An Elitist Who Ended Up Nowhere

Hurting Officer Case Study: An Elitist Who Ended Up Nowhere

The Hurting Officer 'god' is perhaps one of the most controversial 'gods' and is one of the most talked-about topics in BaZi. In a chart where Hurting Officer is playing a positive role, they can be the most creative and intelligent people who break the mould and come...

Indirect Resource: The ‘God’ In BaZi That Can Go Both Ways

Indirect Resource: The ‘God’ In BaZi That Can Go Both Ways

Let's talk about one of my favourite 'gods' in BaZi - the Indirect Resource 'God'. Also known as pian yin (偏印). You might be wondering what's up with the feature image above of the owl. I'll explain later. This 'god' falls under the Resource category, meaning it is...

BaZi Charts of Billionaires: Masayoshi-Son

BaZi Charts of Billionaires: Masayoshi-Son

Let's face it. BaZi charts of billionaires are extremely rare and most of us don't even have to entertain the thought of whether we fall under this category. Charts of billionaires are arguably 'close to perfect' broadly speaking. In theory, there's no such thing as a...

Zi Wei Dou Shu Case Study: The Zi Wei Star (紫微)

Zi Wei Dou Shu Case Study: The Zi Wei Star (紫微)

To any newcomer to Zi Wei Dou Shu, the Zi Wei star is probably the very first star they'll be introduced. The reason why the name of this ancient Chinese astrological method is named after a star is simple - because this star is at the centre of it all, and quite...

BaZi & Leadership: When Your Boss Has A Poor Yin Water Chart

BaZi & Leadership: When Your Boss Has A Poor Yin Water Chart

There has always been a debate on whether a leader is born or made. In fact, there's so much debate about it that there are entire curriculums on this topic that are taught in business schools around the world. I happen to lean towards the "leaders are born" camp but...

Yin Fire Daymaster Case Study: The Need For Sustainability

Yin Fire Daymaster Case Study: The Need For Sustainability

Like the Yin version of any other element, Yin Fire is the kind of Fire we use in day-to-day life. It's the kind of fire where can be used, manipulated and controlled by human beings. This is the reason why it's represented by a small flame - it could be from a...

BaZi Marriage Case Study: Abusive Male You Should Never Marry

BaZi Marriage Case Study: Abusive Male You Should Never Marry

It's an open secret that I screen the dates and potential partners for my close friends. If you had a friend who can read BaZi, trust me, you'd be asking your friend to do that for you too. The last thing anybody wants is to be in a toxic relationship that throws your...

Yang Fire Daymaster Case Study: Blazing, Uncontrollable Fire

Yang Fire Daymaster Case Study: Blazing, Uncontrollable Fire

Each of the 10 Heavenly Stems represents a certain phenomenon we can see and experience. Yang Fire takes the privileged position of representing the sun. Without it, all life comes to an end. Yang Fire does not have to literally represent this big burning ball of...

Yin Metal Daymaster Case Study: Buried & Unpolished

Yin Metal Daymaster Case Study: Buried & Unpolished

Yin Metal, unlike Yang Metal, is a soft Metal meant for jewelry. It's malleable and can easy take on other shapes, which is what gives Yin Metal people their softer nature although deep down, it still sits someone with strong-will power and resolve. As the nature of...

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