乾、坎、艮、震、四卦，属阳卦 其中 艮为少男 坎为中男震为长男（震、坎、艮中阴多阳少，表示阴从阳，故为阳卦 ）
坤、兑、离、巽四卦，属阴卦 其中：兑为少女 离为中女 巽为长女（兑、离、巽阳多阴少，表示阳从阴，故为阴卦 ）
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Five Elements and Eight Diagrams Feng Shui
Yin Yang Five Elements Eight Diagrams Feng Shui Introduction
Meaning of the Five Elements:
Everyone is better than water, so water is better than fire.
Jing Shengjian, so fire wins gold.
Gang Shengrou, so Jin Shengmu.
Zhuanshengsan, so wood wins soil.
Real victory over virtual, homeland wins over water.
The restraint of the five elements should be avoided:
Jin: Jinwang got fire, Fangcheng became a vessel.
Gold can make water, and more water sinks; strong gold gets water, and Fang frustrates it.
The golden can overcome the wood, but the wood is short of gold; when the wood is weak, it must be cut off.
Jinlai is native, and the soil is more than gold buried; soil can produce gold, and the gold is more soil.
Fire: The fire is so hot that Fangcheng is in harmony.
Fire can produce soil, and the soil is more obscure;
Fire can overcome gold, and gold is extinguished. When gold is weak, fire must be seen.
The fire depends on the wood, and the wood is more fiery; the wood can make the fire, and the fire is more burning.
Water: The water is so strong that Fang Chengchi marsh.
Water can grow wood, and wood shrinks more; strong water can grow wood, and the side can release its potential.
Water can overcome fire, and fire is more water-dried;
Water depends on Jinsheng, and gold is more turbid; gold can generate water, and water is more golden.
Soil: The soil is so strong that it can be dredged.
Soil can produce gold, and gold becomes more soil; strong soil wins gold, and the square system makes its urn.
The soil can overcome the water, and the water flows more than the soil;
The earth depends on fire, and the fire is more earth-scorched;
Wood: Wood is golden, Fang Chengdongliang.
Wood can make a fire, and many fires can burn it;
The wood can overcome the soil, and the soil is broken by many woods;
Mulai is aquatic, with more water and wood drifting; water can grow wood, and more water shrinks.
Five Elements Sang Principle:
The wood makes fire because the wood is warm and the fire is hidden in it.
Fire produces soil because the fire is hot, so it can burn wood. After the wood is burned, it becomes ashes. Ash is soil, so fire produces soil.
Home-grown gold, because gold needs to be hidden in the stone, born from the attached mountain, Jinrun, and gathered into a mountain, there are mountains to grow stone, so native gold.
Jinsheng water, because the Shaoyin Qi (golden gas) is warm and flowing, gold relies on aquatic life, and the forged gold can also be changed into water, so Jinsheng water.
Aquatic wood, because the water is warm and the trees grow out, so aquatic wood.
Congenital gossip: Congenital gossip, also known as Fuxi gossip, is said to have been taken by Fuxi's observation of objects seven thousand years ago.
"Yi Ci Ci" said: "Tai Chi has two instruments, two instruments have four images, and four images have gossip." This is the extremely deductive process of innate gossip. In the entire interpretation, first is Taiji, followed by Liangyi and finally Gossip, they reveal the formation of the universe.
Gossip of the day after tomorrow: Gossip of the day after tomorrow, also known as the gossip of Wen Wang, was created by Zhou Gong Ji Dan (1152-1056 BC).
The acquired gossip is a rule derived from the passage of four o'clock, the growth and collection of all things, starting from the earthquake, rotating clockwise, and repeating. It can be seen from the "Book of Changes in the Book of Changes" that every spring day, summer long, autumn harvest, and winter Tibetan is a big Sunday every 360 days, and the gossips are used for 45 days each. In the eight verses, each hexagram has three sacrifice, a total of twenty-four sacrifice, which means twenty-four solar terms of a year.
Gossip divides Yin and Yang
Gan, Kan, Gen, Zhen, and Four Gua belong to Yang Gua. Among them, Gen is a young man. Kan is a middle man. Zhen is a long man.
The four hexagrams of Kun, Dui, Li, and Ji are yin hexagrams. Among them: Dui is a maiden, Li is a maid, and Yi is the eldest daughter.
The day after tomorrow's gossip and nine palaces are arranged:
Gan Liu, Kan Yi, Gen Ba;
Against seventh, fifth, and third;
Kun Second, Li Nine, Twenty-four.
Introduction to Feng Shui Studies of the Five Elements
Jinsheng water, aquatic wood, wood fire, fire from soil, earth from gold.
Jinsheng water: gold pin molten water;
Aquatic wood: water moisturizing raw wood;
Wood fire: wood dry warm fire;
Fire-producing soil: fire burning wood-producing soil;
Homegrown gold: gold from soil deposits
Golden gram wood, wooden gram soil, soil gram water, water gram fire, fire gram gold.
Jin Shengmu is so hard, so Jin Shengmu; because the knife can cut down trees;
Zhu Sheng wins, so wood wins soil; because stakes can be inserted into the soil;
Reality prevails, so soil wins water; because dams can prevent water flow;
Water is better than fire, because water can extinguish the flames;
Fire is better than gold, because fire is soluble
The relationship between Tiangan and the five elements and orientation:
A is the wood of the beam, the east. B is a flower and fruit tree, Oriental.
C is the fire of the sun, south. Ding is the candlelight, south.
E is the soil of the city wall, China. It's pastoral land, China.
Geng is the gold of the axe, the west. Xin is the gold of jewelry, the West.
Ren is the water of the river, north. Gui is the water of rain and dew, north.
The relationship between the five elements and orientation, sky, color, and animal:
Wood: Oriental: A, B: Green: Qinglong
Gold: Western: Geng, Xin: White: White Tiger
Fire: South: C, D: Red: Suzaku
Water: North: Ren, Gui: Black: Xuanwu
Soil: Central: Wu, Ji: Yellow: Huang Lin
The relationship between the five elements and the seasons
The five elements refer to the five movement modes of the gas.
Spring belongs to wood, representing the movement of gas to the surroundings. In spring, flowers and trees grow luxuriantly, the branches of the trees stretch around, and the nutrients are transported to the branches, so the spring is a tree.
Summer is a fire, representing the upward movement of gas. The characteristic of fire is upward. In summer, various plants grow upward and grow rapidly, so summer belongs to fire.
Autumn is gold, representing the movement of gas inward contraction. The characteristic of gold is that it is stable. It is harvested in autumn. People save grain to prepare for winter and the leaves fall. Therefore, autumn is gold.
Winter is water, representing the downward movement of gas. The water flows to a lower place, and everything is dormant in winter, which accumulates nutrients for spring, so winter belongs to water.
There are four lines because of the four seasons, but there must be a transition between summer and autumn, so there is soil, which represents the smooth movement of gas.
Correspondence between five elements and gossip
Gold --- dry, exchange: dry for the day, exchange for the ze;
Fire --- away: away from fire;
Wood--earthquake and trembling: Earthquake is thunder and wind is wind;
Water --- Kan: Kan is water;
Soil --- Gen, Kun: Gen is a mountain, Kun is the ground.
Correspondence between the Five Elements and the Earthly Branches
(1) Earth branch triad:
Child (rat), Chen (dragon), Shen (monkey) Heshui bureau; 巳 (snake), pheasant (chicken), ugly (cow) alloy bureau;
Yin (tiger), noon (horse), 戌 (dog) Hehuo round; Hai (pig), 卯 (rabbit), Wei (sheep) Hemu round.
(2) Earthly branch Liuhe:
The child (rat) and the ugly (cow) combine to form soil, the yin (tiger) and Hai (pig) combine to form water,
The tadpole (rabbit) and the tadpole (dog) are combined into fire, and the chen (dragon) and the tadpole (chicken) are combined into gold.
The magpie (snake) and Shen (monkey) are combined to form water, and the noon (horse) and Wei (sheep) are combined to form the sun and the moon.
(3) The relationship between the Earthly Branches, the Five Elements, and the bearing:
Zi (rat) belongs to Yangshui, north; Hai (pig) belongs to Yinshui, north.
Yin (Tiger) belongs to yangmu, oriental; 卯 (rabbit) belongs to yinmu, oriental.
The magpie (snake) belongs to Yinhuo, the south; the noon (horse) belongs to Yanghuo, the south.
Shen (monkey) belongs to yang gold, western; pheasant (chicken) belongs to yin gold, western.
Chen (Dragon) and Mastiff (Dog) belong to Yangtu, China;
Ugly (ox) and Wei (sheep) belong to shady soil, China.
Introduction to Feng Shui
Analysis of gossip symbols
The so-called hexagrams are actually the means by which the working people in ancient times knew the seasons and recorded the laws of labor by measuring the position of the sun.
The character "Bu" on the right side of the hexagram character is a pictogram, which indicates a vertical pole on the ground, and the right point is the shadow of the sun. The word "Kui" to the left of the word "Gua" is a ruler, which is used to measure the length position of the shadow.
Through long-term measurement, working people have mastered the various seasonal laws of spring ploughing and autumn harvesting.
The so-called gossip should be a record of the measurement results of the eight parties in the ground.
Congenital gossip: "Dry for three consecutive times, Kun Liu breaks, shocks Yang Yang, covers the bowl, leaves the emptiness, the ridge is full, against the lack, and breaks."
The next day's gossip: "One counts to two counts, three strikes and four deaths are in the middle, five counts in the palace and six in the middle, seven against eight and nine leave the door."
Congenital gossip: dry one, two against, three away, four shocked, twenty-five, Kanli, Genqi, Kun eight.
The day after tomorrow gossips: Kan I, Kun II, Zhen San, Yan Fourth, and Five are the middle palaces, Gan Liu, Dui Qi, Gen Ba, Li Jiu.
Congenital gossips: Gannan, Kunbei, Lidong, Kanxi, Dudongnan, Zhendongbei, Xidongnan, Northwestern Gen
The Gossip of the Day After tomorrow: Zhendong, Dixi, Linan, Kanbei, Northwest Gan, Southwest Kun, Northeast Gen, and Southeast
Dry, exchange (gold); earthquake, 巽 (wood); Kun, Gen (earth); Li (fire); ridge (water).
Dried, mixed (gold) raw ridge (water), quack (water) generates quake, 巽 (wood), earthquake, 巽 (wood) generates li (fire), li (fire) sheng Kun, gen (earth), Kun, Gen (soil) grows dry and exchanges (gold).
Dry, against (gold) kezhen, 巽 (wood), quake, 巽 (wood) kekun, gen (earth), kun, gen (earth) kekan (water), kan (water) gram away (fire) Li (fire) grams dry, against (gold).