Understanding the 5 Elements theory and its relationship to your birth chart.

Understanding the 5 Elements theory and its relationship to your birth chart.

What is the relevance of the Chinese Five Elements principle in predicting one's fortune? The Chinese Astrology Five Element Basic Concept explains the connections between the Five elements and Chinese astrology. 


The Five Elements is a fivefold conceptual scheme that many traditional Chinese fields used to explain a wide array of phenomena. The "Five Elements" are Fire ( 火 huǒ), Water (水 shuǐ), Wood ( 木 mù), Metal or Gold (金 jīn), and Earth or Soil (土 tǔ).


Based on Yin and Yang balance philosophy, we can help you to discover your lucky element by analysing the Chinese Astrology Rise and Fall Chart. As a result, the Five Elements Chart will have the information in determining your lucky zodiac signs, lucky colors, favourable direction & location, favourable room, bedroom, decors, favourable season, or favourable foods throughout our lives.

A person's life could be more pleasant if they understand and use the Lucky Element correctly.

 

Now let's take a closer look at these 5 Elements: 

Each of the Chinese Five Elements has a unique relationship to the others.

  1. The Mother-Child relationship is one example of a circulating relationship.
  2. The Harmful Relationship, which is the dominant relationship, comes next.
  3. A Violent or Adversarial relationship is the last type.

 

The Mother-Child Relationship

 

The Mother-Child relationship

The elements that are next to one another are supportive, favorable, beneficial, pleasant, friendly, and generative.

  • Water feeds Wood; Water is the mother of Wood.
  • Wood feeds Fire ; Wood is the mother of  Fire.
  • Fire feeds Earth; Fire is the mother of Earth.
  • Earth feeds Metal; Earth is the mother of Metal.
  • Metal feeds Water ; Metal is the mother of Water.

 

 

The Harmful Relationship

 

The Harmful Relationship

An element can consume, counteract, and impair its neighboring elements.

  • Water puts out fires.
  • Wood can move the Earth.
  • Metal melts in Fire.
  • The Earth can drain Water.
  • Metal shatters Wood.

 

 

The Violent or Adversarial relationship

 

The Violent or Adversarial relationship

The elements are unfavorable, competing, opposing, and destroying each other.

  • Water  X  Fire
  • Wood  X  Earth
  • Fire     X  Metal
  • Earth  X  Water
  • Metal  X  Wood

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